Estroy reveals that his intentions were to make Dr. Ghastly his new assistant. She's reluctant to the idea and they leave in a huff. Back at home, Skarr reveals the plans to them and they immediatly begin construction. All goes well until the test drive... of course, if it can go wrong it does! In fact, it ends up blowing up the entire evil lair! Estroy makes sure to thank them for doing a "test run for him."
The Pie Who Loved Me: This is a mini musical. At first, Hector is singing about some of the things he adores. His stomach gets a solo too :)! This leads into why he should take over the world (classical). This goes into Dr. Ghastly singing about her scientific work, leading into her baking pies for science (rock Opera).
The pies are sent to all the people who are singing about the temptation of pies in the sky. Skarr breaks in with a solo about hitting people with pies. Even Boscov gets a solo (rock opera).
Meanwhile, the organization that's to stop Evil is out of commision from too much pie; as are all the citizens. This leads back into Hector rejoicing in song about his success with the pie scheme... Until Cod Commando infiltrates the "pie in the sky" with a patriotic tune.
In the end, no one could fight any one any more because they've had "too much pie. (the finale)"
(This was an interesting mix of musical genre covering classical musical to the more modern rock opera).
Evil on Trial: Evil is on trial for too many attempts at taking over the world (Skarr turned him in for the reward money). While in jail, Hector presents his plan to Dr. Ghastly for getting out of jail time... Of course, his plan to take over the court room fails miserably. Dr. Ghastly comes to his defense by claiming he's an idiot and poses no serious threat to anyone. The judge agrees, given the days events and let him off from all charges.moreless