A minister encourages railroad workers to stop getting brutally injured on the job in The Days of Our Years (1955). During the feature film The Amazing Transparent Man (1960), a mad scientist makes an escaped criminal invisible so he can steal radioactive supplies but the crook would rather rob banks with his power of invisibility. In Deep 13, Frank opens a bed and breakfast and Dr. Forester demands that Mike and the Bots help in his endeavor.
New guy Mike Nelson finishes his training and makes his way into the theater for the first time. His first outing is the movie The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) about a creepy doctor who keeps his decapitated fiancée's head alive in a laboratory while he tries to find her a new body. Mike tries to escape the SOL but ends up bonding with the Bots instead when his attempts fail.
The crew riff on the short "Alphabet Antics" before watching Daddy-O (1958), a film about a group of teenage beatniks who spend their free time drag-racing. Joel is inspired to write the song "Hike Your Pants Up" and the Bots reenact a drag race scene from the movie.
Joel and the Bots get tips on public speaking from the short "Speech: Using Your Voice" and watch a spider devour a town in Earth vs the Spider (1958). Crow forces the guy to read his screenplay "Earth vs. Soup" and Joel sets up a rehearsal for his rock band Spidorr.
Joel and the Bots sit through two shorts, one about water skiing and the other about a strange man who terrorizes wildlife in the Florida Everglades. In Teenage Cave Man (1958), a rebellious cave boy goes against clan rules and wants to explore horizons beyond the river. Joel and the Bots battle boredom on the SOL, present creative ipecacs at the invention exchange, and try to patch things up when the Mads start fighting.
In Track of the Moon Beast (1976), a mineralogist is hit by a meteor which causes him to transform into a lizard-monster. The Bots rush the Halloween season on the SOL and devote an episode of Legends of Rock to "The Band That Played California Lady".