A jingle writer's honeymoon is derailed when he is forced to write a tune overnight while his new bride fantasizes about redecorating their home with telephones in Once Upon a Honeymoon (1956). Then in Night of the Blood Beast (1958), an astronaut recovering from a rocket crash discovers that alien embryos have been implanted in his abdomen. Mike and the guys give decorating with telephones a try and Crow discovers that shrimp babies have been implanted in his chest. The crew and the Mads celebrate Thanksgiving with guests Jack Perkins, Mr. B Natural, and Dr. Forester's mother Pearl.
A hero on a quest to gather magical stones battles an evil sorcerer and learns the benefits of a potato diet in Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell (1988). Tom and Crow put on a Renaissance Fair for Mike and Crow reads a trashy romance novel to Pearl as a favor.
In an intriguing coincidence, Crow finally gets to direct his first feature film, "Earth vs. Soup", in between viewing The Incredible Melting Man (1977), a film about a incredibly '70s physician trying to stop an astronaut from gradually turning into soup.
A grunge punk fights an evil corporation enforcing an evacuation of the Bronx in Escape from the Bronx (1983). Mike and the Bots have "Men's Night" on the SOL and Dr. Forester tries to come up with a way to boost the show's ratings.
Doctor Forrester's funding has been cut off, and as he waits for the Satellite of Love to crash, he sends Mike and the Bots Laserblast (1978). Can our heroes escape to the edge of the Universe? More importantly, can they figure out why Leonard Maltin gave the film 2½ stars?