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In this issue we take on late-night commercials, reality TV, and sitcom plots that have been around the block a time or two. In "The Real Housewives of Jigaboo Junction", camera crews follows the lives of our fav fab femmes as they live, love, and try to keep their lusty men in line. Then. after Billy saves Ben from choking, he vows to dedicate his life to ministering to Billy's every need. However,poor Billy might not survive Ben's humble but bumbling devotion.


Episode #: 910

Issue #: 106

Release Date: May 16, 2014

Cover: "Dork Dynasty"

A parody of the reality TV show Duck Dynasty, featuring the Sweet family as the Robertson clan.

Cold Open: "The Club"

A parody of television advertisements for the locking anti-auto theft device.

Title: "The Real Housewives of Jigaboo Junction"

Story (out of 32 pages): 18 p.

Writers: Jonathan M. Sweet, Jake C. Thomas, Mencken H. Watts

Pencils: Cam E. Theakston, M. Jane Watson

Letters: Noah Jewett

Colorists: Newton E. Haas

In this take on the "Real Housewives" TV series, a camera crew follows around the three most important women in the life of the Teen of Titanium-- his mother, his sister, and his girlfriend-- and through a mix of life footage and candid interviews gets an in-depth look at how it is to share a house and a life with a teen superhero.


Title: "The Lifesaver"

Story (out of 32 pages): 10 p.

Writers: Nathan E. Stowe

Pencils: Matt W. Jeschonek

Letters: Jose A. Wheat

Colorist: Theo E. "Jet" Swann


Billy drops by one day and finds his friend Ben in the middle of choking on something caught in his throat. Thinking fast, he applies the Heimlich, dislodging the obstruction and saving Ben's life. Ben, immensely grateful, vows to become Billy's obedient servant for life. Naturally Billy thinks this could be a pretty sweet deal. However, after Ben takes his debt of service much too far, Billy hatches a scheme to get shed of him fast.


There is one two-page insert appearing in this issue:

"In Defense of Phil Robertson: The Truth Behind The Ploy of Gay Marriage". Arch-conservative Jonathan Sweet presents an impassioned defense of A&E's rural reality-TV star.

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