A forgetful alien tries to recall his message for mankind, Lord Bravery's first act as a superhero hopeful turns out to be a problem, aliens circles the Earth in hopes of finding an answer to the eternal question of the universe and elderly superheroes dine and recall their glory days.
In the first segment (And Fanboy is his Name), an pudgy teenager calling himself Fanboy tries to become Freakazoid's sidekick. The second segment deals with the story of 4 gnomes, who after causing mischief for vikings many years in the past, are turned to stone by day, but come to life at night to help mankind. The final segment (Frenching with Freakazoid) has our hero teaching French to the audience.
In order to provide a more calming effect to today's rather violent cartoons, the network censors initiate 'Relax-o-Vision.' The process projects peaceful scenes of tranquility over more violent parts of the day's cartoon. Freakzoid tolerates the interference with his show, until he finally decides to take matters into his own hands against the censors.
The cartoon is cut short when the show's lazy writers decide to end the episode early to show more 'Animaniacs' reruns. However, Steven Spielberg won't stand for it, and unleashes his vision to finish the cartoon right. Dexter Douglas soon meets a strange alien named Mo-Ron, who becomes lost from his alien friends. Dexter helps Mo-Ron phone home, and soon all is well-that is, until the long distance charges roll in.