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The TV show was supposed to have a monster added in with CGI later. Instead, one shows up live and in person. Can the gang find out who made it show up before the show is cancelled permanently?
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- Tom Burden (final appearance)
- Monster (single appearance)(disguise)/
- Doug Bones (single appearance)(redeemed)
- Rick Broiler (single appearance)(redeemed)
- TV crew (single appearance)(no lines)
- Creature Shop workers (single appearance)
- Tim Sevine (final appearance)(photograph)
- Jacques Pierce (single appearance)(photograph)
- Hanna-Barbera Studios
- Set of the new television series
- Prop Department
- Creature Shop
- Backstage wings
- Rick Broiler's studio
- The Mystery Machine
|Tim Sevine||Wanted to get back at Tom Burden for using computer graphics for the monsters instead of employing him.|
|Rick Broiler||Wanted to get back at Tom Burden for using computer graphics for the monsters instead of employing him.|
|Jacques Pierce||Wanted to get back at Tom Burden for using computer graphics for the monsters instead of employing him.|
|Doug Bones||He was categorized as the best monster suit actor in the business.|
| Doug Bones as the Monster|
Rick Broiler created the suit and operated the face by remote control
|To demonstrate that a live-action monster was more effective than CGI.|
- Tom Burden and Tim Sevine have appeared together before, in Sound Stage Spook. Levine was also in How to Make a Monster.
- Tom Burden looked very different in his previous appearance.
- The studio is loaded with props from Hanna-Barbera shows, which were shot in live-action in this continuity.
- The name "Jacques Pierce" is an homage to famous makeup artist Jack Pierce.