Carl is at home watching a commercial, which guarantees him that if he orders their recorder, "every vagina on Earth will be [his]." Carl actually falls for this scam, and orders the product. The Aqua Teens inquire as to what could be in the package, but Carl quickly takes it inside. As Carl watches the instructional DVD included with the recorder, the musical instrument shoves wires into Carl's mouth and throughout his entire body. A strange being known as Hoppy Bunny appears and tells him to put on a strange, green costume. Later, the Aqua Teens hear Carl playing the recorder outside, and they decide to investigate. They find Hoppy Bunny with Carl, but Frylock loses interest and decides to leave.
Frylock later asks Shake where his cigarettes are and finds out that Shake has agreed to let a group of people in animal costumes dance on the Aqua Teens' lawn. (The people in animal costumes are, presumably, led by Hoppy Bunny; however, it is never officially stated in this episode.) Frylock finds Meatwad playing a game with the "furries" in which he makes a gesture with his arms and the "furries" say "Oh yeah!" Frylock does not approve and performs a test on Carl to help him. He finds that the wires extend to every part of Carl's body. Carl then leads Frylock to the street, where Carl hopes to find a car to run over him. Frylock takes Shake's gun and tries to kill Carl until he realizes that the gun is not loaded. Shake calls the store that sold it to him to complain, but Frylock says he doesn't have time. Shake asks him, "WHAT DO YOU HAVE TIME FOR?!" In the next scene, Shake is giving Frylock a back massage, but then Shake steals the jewel in Frylock's back. Shake proclaims, "I HAVE THE POWER OF A THOUSAND SUNS!!" He then tries to haggle with a pawn shop clerk over the value of the jewel (Shake receives $12 and a stereo). The episode ends with the pawn shop clerk flying over Aqua Teen House proclaiming that he has "the power of a thousand suns."
- The people who appear at the end of the commercial are the same guys from the commercials from "Super Computer" and "Dickesode."
- Though the show barely has any continuity, it is revealed that the gem in Frylock's back gives him the ability to levitate, as he is seen sitting in the chair for the first time after the gem is ripped out by Shake.
- Scott Adist is credited as C. Puppington, Adist potrayed the character Clay Puppington on the Adult Swim series: Moral Orel.
- According to the Volume 6 DVD commentary, this episode radically changed throughout the development process. At one point, Carl was supposed to "summon rats" with his recorder. Later down the road, Frylock and Hoppy Bunny were supposed to form an intimate relationship and Carl would become a griffin and slaughter everyone. Furthermore, Hoppy Bunny was originally named "King Furry."