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Human Giant: Mind Explosion

The premiere Human Giant episode introduces the Shutterbugs, the best child talent agency in town, as well as the Illusionators, two magicians who perform various "mind explosions."

Other sketches include using attack dogs, Paul's time machine, how to get wheelchair access, an over-elaborate anti-adoption ad, and a camping weekend that goes horribly wrong.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x1
Airdate: Thursday April 05th, 2007

Guest Stars
Ghostface KillahGhostface Killah
As Featured Player
Rob LathanRob Lathan
As Featured Player
Rob RiggleRob Riggle
As Featured Player
Atticus ShafferAtticus Shaffer
As Featured Player
Cristiana AndrewsCristiana Andrews
As Featured Player
Haley SimsHaley Sims
As Featured Player
Jerome RichardsJerome Richards
As Featured Player
Linda CardelliniLinda Cardellini
As Featured Player
Marc Arthur JefferiesMarc Arthur Jefferies
As Featured Player
Michael Delaney (1)Michael Delaney (1)
As Featured Player
Milo DelaneyMilo Delaney
As Featured Player
Nik PjeternikajNik Pjeternikaj
As Featured Player
Main Cast
Aziz AnsariAziz Ansari
As Himself
Rob HuebelRob Huebel
As Himself
Paul ScheerPaul Scheer
As Himself
Episode Notes
  • Terrifying Pop-Up
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Shutterbugs (Episode 1)
  • Camping Weekend
  • Attack Dogs (Part 1)
  • Illusionators: Card Trick
  • Paul's Time Machine
  • Attack Dogs (Part 2)
  • Mother and Son Moving Company
  • Illusionators: Funeral Trick

Episode Quotes
John Satan: Prepare your mind..
Scott Devil: ..for the mind explosion!

Ominous Voice: Warning. The following magic is real. If you even attempt to consider replicating the magic-facations you are about to see.. YOU.. WILL.. DIE!

Cultural References
Crystal Pepsi:

During the "Paul's Time Machine" sketch, Aziz and Rob find Paul drinking bottles of Crystal Pepsi, which he acquired by using his time machine. Crystal Pepsi was originally introduced in 1992 and was sold for a limited time in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. It was a clear cola, not to be confused with Crystal by Pepsi, which was a citrus soda. Crystal Pepsi would be discontinued the following year, in 1993.

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