Killface, supervillain extraordinaire and loving father, has just begun his quest to destroy the world by smashing it into the sun using Annihilatrix, a massive jet engine. However, due to construction cost overruns he is unable to strike terror into the hearts of the populace about his nefarious scheme, and must rely on a direct mailing campaign.
Billionaire tycoon Xander Crews (and his alter-ego, superhero Awesome-X)have a problem: billionaire tycoon Xander Crews has frittered away the (literally) billions of dollars amassed by his murdered parents. So he mortgages the company to produce a line of Awesome-X action figures. The only catch is, he needs a supervillain doll...
In what can be termed a colossal misunderstanding, the creators of "Frisky Dingo" somehow got involved in producing an episode that revolves almost entirely around the (quite lengthy) list of options available on the sporty new tC from Scion. Their tagline is "It's what moves you." You can learn more about the new Scion tC at scion.com.
In order to trick Killface into granting billionaire tycoon Xander Crews the rights to use Killface's name and likeness for his line of toys, billionaire tycoon Xander Crews stages an entirely time-wastey inventors' convention in the fabled City of Sin, Las Vegas. He also bangs a cocktail waitress, but not before Watley is attacked by vicious seagulls.