This is the last one of the Homestar Runner characters, since there are only 12 main characters. Once again, Season 5 style. Cold Opening The King of Town requests to be paid in sticks of butter. Theme Song Gonzo's horn plays a royal fanfare. Opening Number Lips leads The Electric Mayhem through "Tutti Fruitti". Balcony Statler: You know, this show reminds me of ice cream. Waldorf: Why? This show isn't good like it. Statler: Yeah, but too much of both and your sick of it. (they laugh) Canteen What was going to be a huge meal to celebrate The Electric Mayhem, is now only scraps and one stuffed King of Town. Song Floyd sings "The Cheat's Theme Song", while The Cheat breaks it down. Balcony Waldorf: They should rename that yellow thing "The Cheap" Statler: Why? Waldorf: Because that's what you are if you agree to do this show! (they laugh) Canteen The Swedish Chef finds out what happens and let's just say, it's not pretty. Muppet Labs Bunsen creates a The Cheat Translator. Using The Cheat to demonstrate, he's lucky he still has his head. At the end of the sketch, Beaker and The Cheat have a conversation with each other as they leave the set. UK Spot Floyd, Zoot and Janice, with the birds from Sex and Violence, sing the song "This Song is for the Birds" from Sesame Street. Backstage The Cheat shows Beaker how to do Flash animation, while The King of Town runs for his life from The Swedish Chef. Sketch The Cheat shows off his animation skills by playing his Powered By The Cheat short "New Boots". Balcony Statler: I wish we had some new boots. Waldorf: Yeah. It would be easier to get out of the theater that way! (they laugh) Canteen All of the food is strangely back to normal. The only main difference is that The King of Town seems to have gotten The Swedish Chef some help. A screen transfer is set and the Mayhem are all down there partying. Closing Number With The Cheat on guitar, The King of Town sing "Not Talkin' About Butter". Goodnights The Cheat and The King of Town are joined by Kermit, Lips, The Swedish Chef and Beaker Balcony Waldorf: That show brought down the house Statler: Too bad we couldn't have gone down with it.