Though this is largely a parody of David Lynch’s film “Blue Velvet,” with Greg in the Kyle MacLachlan role and Warren as Dennis Hopper, it also pays homage to “Twin Peaks,” “Dune” and “The Elephant Man.” When Wumpus is found dead, Greg suspects Warren of his murder. Against the advice of Pal Friendlies, Greg follows Warren home and discovers a seedy world of mystery and vice. We meet Warren’s roommate, The Elephant Man (puppeteer Paul McGuiness as John Merrick), and his girlfriend Isabella (puppeteer Victor Yerrid, in the Isabella Rossilini role). Together this trio engage in puppet sex and violence, and soon discover Greg spying on them. They abduct him and take him to their favorite cabaret, where Count Blah (based on Dean Stockwell in Blue Velvet) attempts to sing the title song, though we could not afford the rights. The whole episode ends with Greg waking up in “The Red Room” from “Twin Peaks,” to find Wumpus dancing and talking backwards. Annoyed with all these Lynchian clichés, Greg yells at the filmmakers and decides to storm off this parody, upset that it doesn’t seem to make any sense.