(John) Thomas Jefferson
11:13 — Founding Father, Thomas Jefferson visits Frankenstein's mad laboratory for some laughs and a song.
Robert Louis Stevenson's Belushi!
11:13 — Gluttonous, all-consuming John Belushi accidentally drinks Dr. Jekyll's serum and turns from a lovable rogue into the worst possible version of himsel (more…)
HP Lovecraft's Vagina!
11:09 — In a classic Battle of the Sexes, Victor and Elizabeth decide to switch roles in order to prove the inferiority of each others gender.
Yawn of the Dead
11:40 — Victor Frankenstein brings Michael Jackson back to life some twenty years after his death in order to hang out with his adult son Blanket Jack (more…)
Heal Hitler
11:41 — Hitler is sick of hating the Jews. Can Mad Scientist Victor Frankenstein help? Tune in and find out.
Attack of the Were-Lawrence
11:42 — Unlovable lycanthrope, Stewart Lawrence needs to find someone to love him in order to kill him.
Bram Stoker's Loudmouths!
11:00 — Victor is tired of Vampires being disruptive in movie theaters and hatches a plan to end their reign of terror once and for all.
Jules Verne's Monster Rally Run!
11:15 — Timid driver, Victor Frankenstein, sets out to prove he is a man by entering the big monster car race.
Gaston Leroux's Je Nais Se Quoi!
10:55 — Narcissism reaches new heights when Victor Frankenstein develops a method to truly look at his own face without the use of cameras or mirrors.
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11:42 — Director and ex-child star, Ron Howard wants Frankenstein to make him young and cute again.
H.G. Wells' Scary Monster Contest!
11:17 — Victor Frankenstein begrudgingly enters his overly sensitive Creature into the annual Scary Monster Contest.
Hunger of the Vampire
11:27 — To become a more effective hunger striker, Mahatma Gandhi mixes his blood with Dracula's.
Victor Hugo's Identity!
11:14 — The Creature, wanting to explore his ancestry, makes Victor dig up and reanimate all the corpses that "donated" his body parts.
Edgar Allen Poe's Jesus!
11:17 — The Grim Reaper researches the demise of human life by following around history's greatest catalyst of death: Jesus.
Mary Shelley's Hyralius Mutant Monster!
10:52 — Japan is plagued by it's most horrible threat yet; while the monsters in Victor's little town fear that no one is taking them seriously as threatening (more…)
Death
11:40 — When Death doesn't get Victor's respect, he takes it out on the immortal's extremely mortal children.
Franz Kafka's Jealousy!
10:57 — In order to prove that he doesn't have a jealous bone in his body, Victor puts out a singles ad for men to have sex with his wife, Elizabeth.
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11:19 — In order to sleep with attractive women like Jackie O and Marilyn Monroe, newly appointed President Lyndon Baines Johnson asks Frankenstein to (more…)
Humanitas
11:48 — With permission from Jesus Christ (Andy Dick), Victor Frankenstein takes a Frankenhole back in time and cheats on Elizabeth with her younger s (more…)
Franz Kafka's Jealousy!
10:54 — In order to prove that he doesn't have a jealous bone in his body, Victor puts out a singles ad for men to have sex with his wife, Elizabeth.
Jules Verne's Monster Rally Run!
11:13 — Timid driver, Victor Frankenstein, sets out to prove he is a man by entering the big monster car race.
Hyralius, Mutant Monster!
10:49 — Japan is plagued by it's most horrible threat yet; while the monsters in Victor's little town fear that no one is taking them seriously as threatening (more…)
Bram Stoker's Loudmouths!
10:58 — Victor is tired of Vampires being disruptive in movie theaters and hatches a plan to end their reign of terror once and for all.
Gaston Leroux's Je Ne Sais Quoi!
10:53 — Narcissism reaches new heights when Victor Frankenstein develops a method to truly look at his own face without the use of cameras or mirrors.
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