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Bobs Slacktime Funhouse
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 Rev. Susie the Floozie  Contact Contributor
Yep, it was their "CanniZombie" show, but as JoeCosby pointed out, that title is misleading because it's not "Canni-" in the sense of cannabis. But that's no fault of the Institute boys, because this show was done so long ago I actually had to slice out a DALLAS PO BOX ADDRESS to bring it into line--and while I was at it, it needed a new title. The perfect one offered itself when it burbled from the lips of Doktor Bugbladder late in the show, an offhand reference to "...you know, that 'Dahmer Party' thing..."--and I'm not sure if Bugsy himself knew that his vocal cords had woven such perfection. But he will NOW!

So tonight, the good (?) doktors of the Lymph Node Institute do what they do best--dissecting the human condition. By the same token, they are excellent assessors of the INhuman condition, as you'll see tonight when they sit down, pop the tops off some cold ones, and engage in a scholarly discussion on the differences in the diets and disciplines of the eat-a-dude-for-lunch bunch: cannibals, zombies, the occasional vampire, and hell, even Catholics. With appearances by Spazzmatic, Beck, Crispin Glover, lots & lots of the Misfits, and Doc Ellis's friend Krazy Zutroy from the LNI million-dollah-monstah-crassic "Wake 'n' Bake in the AM 2." And you can't cover the topic of cannibalism without playing the legendary cannibal classic "Timothy" by the Buoys. Yes, kids, in the late '60s, this ominously grisly song was a top-40 AM radio summertime hit. What the fuck.

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