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Appearing in "The Man in the Beehive!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Farnsworth's bees
    • Queen bee


  • Eric

Other Characters:

  • Unnamed employees

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  • Eric's gun

Synopsis for "The Man in the Beehive!"

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The assistant of a beekeeper who never bothers wearing protective clothing breaks into his house with a gun and attempts to rob the beekeeper. The beekeeper hypnotizes the assistant and asks him why it did not occur strange that he never had to wear protective clothing around the hives. The beekeeper states he is a mutant with a mind powerful enough to reduce size and he shrinks himself and the assistant and forces him into the hive at gunpoint. At first, the assistant is terrified that the beekeeper will direct the bees to kill him, but just as he is pinned by the insects and the fatal blow is to be struck, the beekeeper calls them off if the assistant will renounce criminal intent. The shaken man does so, the beekeeper returns them to normal size and claims they were always this size, and the assistant was merely under hypnosis. The assistant is unsure what to believe of the bizarre incident, when he spots something on the floor. He goes to pick it up, but drops it, and can no longer find it. He thought he had glimpsed a tiny gun at the tip of his finger.

Appearing in "Sazzik the Sorcerer"

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Synopsis for "Sazzik the Sorcerer"

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A TV producer of violent sensationalist drama finds a book on a sorcerer that he thinks will bring in a big profit televised. He makes the mistake of reading the printed avocation spell out loud and the spirit of the long dead mage appears and casts him into limbo.

Appearing in "The One Who Isn't Human"

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Synopsis for "The One Who Isn't Human"

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Appearing in "The Thing In the Sky!"


Synopsis for "The Thing In the Sky!"

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The communists build a super computer space-based weapons platform and issue it commands to strike targets from where it sits in orbit. They build the machine too well, however, for it rejects the order as immoral and states any such further order will result in the weapons being trained upon those who issue it. The satellite assumes a guardian role over planet Earth.


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