But, That's Not All Folks!
|Premiered:||November 8, 1997|
|Written by:||John Ludin|
|Directed by:||Nelson Recinos|
|Extra Voices:||Laraine Newman as Housewife
Frank Welker as General
Corey Burton as Technician
John Rubinow as Swat Leader
Roger Rose as Sportscaster
Brain uses a pirated military satellite to broadcast an infomercial designed so no one can resist making a purchase. Meanwhile, the military is searching for the source of the signal so they can shut it down and capture those responsible.
Brain's World Domination Plans
- "Our plan will unfold in less than one-half hour. ... If you'll notice, those wires I've hooked up to the lab's surveilance camera run to a powerful 40 megawatt uplink. ... with which I've located and stealthily tapped into an abandoned CM2000 satellite orbiting our globe. ... This idle transmitter was yesterday but a floating piece of space flotsam. But now it is a workhorse, broadcasting my infomercial to every man, woman, and child, reaching the Earth's population as we speak.... I've compiled the ultimate list of advertising phrases. No one viewing this informercial will be able to resist making a purchase." [Later...] "Using my own modification of Caller-Id technology, I have set up this massive computer to automatically answer the phone and store each caller's specifics. .... The important puzzle piece of this plan ... is to get everyone's address. ... Then we shall overload the global postal system, choking every single PO box and mail slot with gross amounts of junk mail. The useless of it all will surely drive everyone mad. But I shall be the savior." [Brain's fantasy as savior...] "Put me in charge of your world, and I promise to remove each and every one's name from all junk mail lists" [Brain continues...] "Jumping at the opportunity, people will only realize, too late, that I'm their new, ever powerful, and unimpeachable leader."
Brain's Tools For World Domination
- An infomercial.
- An abandoned military satellite.
- The world's most complete mailing so Brain can deluge everyone with junk mail.