Minoriteam has a close encounter of the backward kind when they are taken to another planet by aliens and forced into a battery of challenges that incorporate the aliens' intimate knowledge of American minority stereotypes. Back on Earth, White Shadow and company find that racist charades can only hold their interest for so long.
In this episode, the traditional tables are turned, as the evilest organization known to man, the White Shadow, is audited by an organization even more evilest, the IRS! In having to account for years worth of bungled schemes and misappropriated funds, the White Shadow finds his own corporation truly threatened for the first time.
Using an incredibly dense celestial object known as a White Hole, the White Shadow and his minions travel back in time to destroy the accomplishments of minorities throughout history. Having figured out the plot, Minoriteam must chase after the evildoers from the Red Sea to the Civil War and beyond.
Just as Corporate City has gathered to celebrate his lifetime accomplishments, El Jefe is faced with the greatest personal challenge of his career when his long-lost father, a super-powerful Mexican wrestler named El Yo, appears and starts wreaking havoc. Will El Jefe find the strength to defeat his own father in the ring, or will Corporate City be utterly destroyed by the masked grappler and his gigantic burro pinata sidekick?
When progress is halted on a new casino, the Shysta Gumfat Indian Reservation Parking Lot Tribe calls on the powers of Minoriteam to save them from being more absurdly destitute than they already are. An investigation into a dubious Pilgrim burial ground may reveal the not altogether surprising presence of White Shadow.
A racist bomb has blown Fasto so far into heaven that he flew past the black exit and landed in Valhalla. Now it is up to El Jefe, with his 1/18th Viking blood, to save him. But Fasto's warm welcome from hot, dead Nordic women may keep El Jefe's rescue and any hopes of addressing the implications of a segregated heaven at bay.
Unable to defeat Minoriteam in our world, the White Shadow tricks them into entering a mirror world, where everything is backward. With their powers diffused, Minoriteam soon find themselves captured by the authorities and put on trial for not being racist. Even retaining Jewcano as their lawyer might not be able to save our heroes this time.
White Shadow has a new secret weapon--a tool known to technological aficionados as THE INTERNET. Minoriteam must stop him before uses deadly Search Engines to uncover their secret identities. Not since Jeff Bridges put on a glowing helmet has the high tech world of tomorrow felt so dangerous.
When questionable weather forecasting becomes deadly, one woman holds the key to saving summer from a madman's plot to supercharge the sun. Minoriteam faces its greatest challenge yet when this woman becomes their intern and they must cross the gulf of occupational significance and pay attention to her warnings. Can she rise above her uncompensated duty to mop floors? More importantly, is she hot without her glasses?
What would life be like if Wang hadn't left his wheelprint on the world? Barring a surprising rise in the use of electric cars, apparently it would be a crappier version of life as it is. A supernatural hippie in an unearthly van takes Wang on a highly derivative journey to restore his belief in himself.
White Shadow's implausible Book of Prophecies has predicted a cataclysmic event should The Bahamas win events in the undeniably Olympic-flavored Universal World Games. When White Shadow purchases the Bahamian team, Minoriteam must compete to keep the world, the summer events, and somehow even the winter events from falling to white dominance.
The inscrutable herbaceous substance known as Nonstop's Old Country Smoke may be the key to safety when an evil, grape-flavored fog overtakes Corporate City and nightmares become reality. Tune in and freak out to the magic of black light in this very special episode of Minoriteam.
As far back as he can remember, Corporate Ladder always wanted to be a minion. Follow his rise from a stepstool in White Shadow's boardroom to a full-blown minion with enough knowledge to expose the secret racism that permeates White Shadow's overtly racist organization.
Fasto's loyalties are put to the test when his mild-mannered alter ego, Landon, is romantically pursued by a beautiful fellow professor. While Fasto shirks his crime-fighting responsibilities to go on a date as Landon, an incomplete Minoriteam tries to capture a criminal who, ironically enough, relies on super-speed to rob banks.
Beyond Business Class, beyond First Class, there is only Tremendous Class. While Nonstop nurses his body cavities in a terrorist shakedown room at the airport, Wang, Neil and Landon revel in an elite flight class reserved for the likes of African Warlords and Charles Durning.
The White Shadow's Secret Weapon of the Week, the Assimilator, uses his ability to take on others' cultural traits to gain the trust of Minoriteam. Will they see through his chicanery in time to prevent him from becoming a human melting pot of raging, bland terror?
Alluding to hero lore as disparate as Superman I and Superman II, this episode sees a coming of age of sorts for Fasto as he learns the truth about his past. Meanwhile, a galactic power forward with mad inside game known as Balactus prepares a doomsday machine for earth.
While galactic widebody Balactus continues to own the paint with his doomsday machine, Fasto gets in touch with his funky alien ancestry. Can Minoriteam and White Shadow just get along and save the earth? Will Fasto have what it takes to turn this mother out?