In episode 515 we are subjected to what is probably one of the worst comedies in movie history (yes, it's worse than Drop Dead Fred and Biodome... just).
This Jerry Warren enemas only claim to fame is that it was pulled from distribution because of a lawsuit from DC Comics (who could blame them?), but unfortunately returned in the guise of "She was a Hippy Vampire".
Notice the pun in the title?
Jerry Warren, a comedic genius!
The plot has something to do with the patenting and theft of an atomic hearing aid (in the 50's everything worked better with radar -- in the 60's everything was atomic) which allows the user to listen in on all telephone conversations in the world -- 95% of which would be love struck teenagers arguing about who should hang up.
"You hang up!"
"No, you hang up!"
"No, you first!"
"Okay, I'm hanging up!"
"You didn't hang up!"
"You didn't either!"
"Okay, so hang up!"
"No, you hang up!"
Seriously regretting ever having heard of the atomic hearing aid, the thief of said device immediately tries to beat himself to death with a spoon - as does the audience subjected to this piece of eye-ebola.
Guess Katherine Victor (Batwoman) was pretty happy she wore a mask through this travesty.
Luckily Batwoman is preceded by the short Cheating.
Here we follow the most depressing, freakish, Alfafa-wannabe on his road to hell and eternal damnation after he is caught cheating on a test in school.
Look out for underpants robbers, a guy missing his ribcage, depressing phone sex, a 4 year TV medallion, Beakman's World, a bad guy named Ratfink, a K. D. Lang fantasy, a peeping Zorro, Tequila, the noticing of agriculture, the power to open unlocked doors, Ayjax, Simpson, Ringo, self-interrogation, hot soup, the Mole people (what?), Peter Graves, Ironman, a Mexican Wrestler, security guards of foreign wars, taming of a bat-shrew, threats made with a pencil sharpener and a bowl of sugar, a woman device, blessings of Ratfinks, a very well placed medallion, and a very compliant villain.