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Doctor Quinn has invented a genetic-hybrid crustacean which wields, in its powerful claws, the power to eradicate world hunger. But only if he can keep those evil Grizzlebee's purchasing agents from getting their greasy manhooks on it.
Pretty much just like the movie it almost sounds like, which stars the incomparable Burt Reynolds. Mmm, actually it's more like if "The Longest Yard" and "Hooper" had a baby, with just a skoosh of "Smokey and the Bandit II" thrown in for good measure.
Enter the sinister and mysterious world of the Neptunati, a secret organization that holds the fate of the world in its clutches. And which also, for some reason, has Shanks as a member. Drink deeply of the real human blood from that real human skull, Ne
A news item about Django, the little monkey whose brain was transplanted into a robot body, plunges the crew into a lengthy debate on whether or not they would allow their brains to be put in robot bodies.
Well, a summary of this episode would, in its essence, be a spoiler. But get ready to see some of your old favorites (and some soon-to-be favorites) in this season finale: Chopper Dave. The Bebop Cola Robot. The Forest Ranger Guy. Skanky Darlene.
The entire crew, thanks to Murphy, gets trapped in a storage closet. Tempers flare and fists (lots of fists) fly as the gang realizes they may be stuck with each other for a long, long time.
Having nothing better to do, Murphy hires a high-priced feng shui master to "harmonize"Sealab. As the renovations run into the millions, Quinn suspects that "Master Loo"may not be the man Murphy thinks he is.
Dr. Quinn (electrocuted through an act of profound stupidity by Stormy) has a series of random and bizarre hallucinations, which bring to mind everything from "The Incredible Mr. Limpet"to "Apocalypse Now."
After a huge explosion destroys Sealab, Stormy and Dr. Quinn are mysteriously transported 15 minutes into the past, which puts them in a position to save Sealab from being destroyed in the first place. But Captain Murphy imprisons them.
No one will play with Captain Murphy. Bored and dejected, he starts a pirate radio station using Sealab's emergency radio beacon. As "Howling Mad"Murphy, his obnoxious humor (and soundtrack by The Knaves) catapults him to stardom.
"Splitsville". Quinn and Debbie are finally breaking up. But not before Virjay gets the band back together. And not before everybody gets real drunk at The Idiot. And not before the insults and fists and beer bottles start flying. You wanted a topless catfight? Well, you got it. Now hush.
Dr. Quinn doesn't have time for robot brains and bodies.
Sparks defines the regular, everyday kind of madman.
Ah... Accounting humor.
Stormy shows Quinn his awesome new hair dryer.
Stormy explains the logic of 'Black Debbie.'
Quinn and Stormy perform a delicate operation on Sealab's pirated cable connection.
Debbie's repulsive prospects of mating with Stormy are thankfully dashed by being horribly killed.
Oliver plots with his special Sealab buddy.
Captain Murphy reminisces about his youth when he has a quiet moment alone. The concussion and scorpion venom probably help, too.
Captain Murphy welcomes a feng shui master on board, who immediately sets to bringing peace and harmony to Murphy's toilet.
This is either the weirdest moment from Sealab or the most normal moment from Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
Quinn fixes the broken door, so the crew is no longer trapped in the closet.
Sparks mercilessly abandons the pill-zombies that he created.
Everyone around has to chip in to convince Hal to cooperate long enough to record a shot.
More violence erupts in the closet.
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