The Letter P, once great pop sensation, isn't so sensational after she puts on some serious weight. The gang finds her new appearance disgusting and tell her to leave. After getting liposuction, she becomes haunted by her now departed fat, and decides to speak out to all victims.
Chauncey wants to use his time-machine to travel through time and mess with people for fun, but his future self beats him to it. The gang leaves to go time traveling with the much cooler future Chauncey, leaving the present Chauncey alone to plan his revenge.
Middle America comes to visit Chauncey and the gang, who just use him for their own enjoyment, until they all fall in love with his dumbness. They eventually offer Middle America the show, which he turns in to 'Horse Apples', a blue collar comedy which makes him rich.
In today's Ye Olde Wonder Showzen, the gang celebrates the idyllic good old days of America, when slavery and rape was more just a gleam in ye eye.
Wordsworth's deepest fear manifests itself into a physical form and steals his 1st place science fair trophy. After entering his head, Chauncey and Him find the controls to Wordsworth's brain and use them to fight his evil form.
Chauncey and the gang run out of money due to illegal copies of their own show being made and sold. They decide to buy a boot-legged copy of a rip-off show, called Wondur Showzin, to pass the time but it ultimately results in an all-out war between the two sides.
'Due to the results of a recent network test marketing session, Wonder Showzen has been slightly retooled.' This is the introduction to an entire episode dedicated to 'Horse Apples', the redneck slap-stick comedy which first premiered in the Knowledge
An episode dedicated entirely to Clarence, who's on a journey to find out what compelling television is. He probes many people, asking them what they think is not only wrong with television nowadays, but also what they would do to make it better.