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Night of the Blood Beast 

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 (... See full summary »

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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. Concerned about their personal security, Crow and Tom taze, mace, and spray green dye all over Mike. Dr. F has a traumatic trombone recital thanks to Pearl's constant haranguing, but it turns out Crow is an awesome trombonist! Decorating with phones, Gypsy sings a little song. Pearl makes Dr. F apologize. Crow claims he's pregnant with the spawn of the Blood Beast. Crow's rant about babies disrupts Mike's attempts to read letters. Pearl wants Dr. F to act like a baby. Written by Anonymous

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Two versions of this episode were produced. The "Turkey Day" version premiered on Thanksgiving Day 1995, and featured host segments that revolved around a "star-studded" Thanksgiving dinner in Deep 13. In February 1996, the "Turkey Day" segments were replaced with new segments that were used for all subsequent broadcasts. Both versions were included on the Shout! Factory DVD release of this episode. See more »

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Crow T. Robot: It's hard to trust anyone not named Steve, eh?
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References Star Trek: Voyager (1995) See more »

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Papa Don't Preach
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Written by Brian Elliot
Additional lyrics by Madonna
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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