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== Story ==
 
== Story ==
 
=== Act I: Bendee Boo and the Mystery Crew ===
 
=== Act I: Bendee Boo and the Mystery Crew ===
[[File:Bendee-Boo Meets the Spooky Kabuki.png|thumb|left|225px|Bendee-Boo Meets the Spooky {{w|Kabuki}}]]
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[[File:Bendee-Boo Meets the Spooky Kabuki.png|thumb|left|225px|Bendee-Boo Meets the Spooky Kabuki]]
[[Richard Nixon's head|Nixon]] and [[Last clone of Agnew|Agnew]] are sitting together in front of the {{T.V.}} in their pajamas, and [[recruitment officer|a sergeant]] comes in and gives them the T.V. remote. Nixon awards him a purple heart, shoots him, and drops him down a trap-door. Agnew turns the T.V. onto the show Bendee-Boo and the Mystery Crew. The crew is on their way to visit [[Philip J. Fry|Fry]]/Shaggy's nephew at his cloning lab, when a scary floating dragon ghost appears, tells them to turn around, and disappears. The crew are scared, but soon Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo ([[Bender Bending Rodriguez|Bender]]/Scooby-Doo) get hungry, so the crew stops at a {{w|kabuki}} {{cat|theater}} for the concessions stand. While there, Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo eat Yakitori that is over a year old while [[Dr. Amy Wong|Amy]]/Velma asks the owner [[George Takei's head |George Takei]] why his theater is so neglected. He explains that since the nearby basketball arena opened, everyone wanted to see basketball instead of kabuki, and his {{cat|businesse|business}} suffered. Soon the crew leaves and they're back on their way to [[Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth|the Professor's]] cloning lab. Upon arrival they are greeted by the Professor's butler [[Dr. John A. Zoidberg|Zoidberg]] who openly states that he believes cloning is a sin. While there, the Professor introduces the crew to the [[Globetrotters]]. [[Ethan "Bubblegum" Tate |Ethan “Bubblegum” Tate]] explains that they are there to help the Professor with his cloning {{cat|s=no|technology|machine}}, and to clone a team of [[Larry Bird|Larry Birds]] to practice against for the big game. The only problem is that they are being haunted by a mysterious dragon ghost. That night, Fry/Shaggy can't sleep, and goes to the window for some fresh air. Outside the window is the dragon ghost he saw earlier. In his panic, he wakes up the rest of the crew who agree on a plan to capture the ghost. While most of the crew stays behind with a trap the Professor built, Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo will look for the dragon ghost. While both refuse at first, Bendee-Boo agrees when given a Bendee-Brew, and Fry/Shaggy follows. Soon, Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo are being chased by the ghost throughout the cloning lab, and finally return to the main room where the rest of the crew is. There, Amy/Velma says that they believe the dragon ghost must be Zoidberg because he is the only one with access to the laboratory who has a problem with cloning. [[Turanga Leela|Leela]]/Daphne tries to remove Zoidberg's mask, only to accidentally remove his whole head. Meanwhile, the real culprit has been captured by the Professor's trap, and after removing his makeup, they realize that it is George Takei. Amy/Velma suggests that he did it because he figured if the Globetrotters couldn't play, people would come to his kabuki theater instead, but Takei says that he did it because he is mentally ill. Later the Globetrotters are at their big game. They feel ready for anything because they practiced against five Larry Birds, but then the opposing team is revealed to be six Larry Birds. The crew and Globetrotters laugh light-heartedly, and the episode ends.
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[[Richard Nixon's head|Nixon]] and [[Last clone of Agnew|Agnew]] are sitting together in front of the {{T.V.}} in their pajamas, and [[recruitment officer|a sergeant]] comes in and gives them the T.V. remote. Nixon awards him a purple heart, shoots him, and drops him down a trap-door. Agnew turns the T.V. onto the show Bendee-Boo and the Mystery Crew. The crew is on their way to visit [[Philip J. Fry|Fry]]/Shaggy's nephew at his cloning lab, when a scary floating dragon ghost appears, tells them to turn around, and disappears. The crew are scared, but soon Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo ([[Bender Bending Rodriguez|Bender]]/Scooby-Doo) get hungry, so the crew stops at a kabuki theater for the concessions stand. While there, Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo eat Yakitori that is over a year old while [[Dr. Amy Wong|Amy]]/Velma asks the owner [[George Takei's head |George Takei]] why his theater is so neglected. He explains that since the nearby basketball arena opened, everyone wanted to see basketball instead of kabuki, and his business suffered. Soon the crew leaves and they're back on their way to [[Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth|the Professor's]] cloning lab. Upon arrival they are greeted by the Professor's butler [[Dr. John A. Zoidberg|Zoidberg]] who openly states that he believes cloning is a sin. While there, the Professor introduces the crew to the [[Globetrotters]]. [[Ethan "Bubblegum" Tate |Ethan “Bubblegum” Tate]] explains that they are there to help the Professor with his cloning {{cat|s=no|technology|machine}}, and to clone a team of [[Larry Bird|Larry Birds]] to practice against for the big game. The only problem is that they are being haunted by a mysterious dragon ghost. That night, Fry/Shaggy can't sleep, and goes to the window for some fresh air. Outside the window is the dragon ghost he saw earlier. In his panic, he wakes up the rest of the crew who agree on a plan to capture the ghost. While most of the crew stays behind with a trap the Professor built, Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo will look for the dragon ghost. While both refuse at first, Bendee-Boo agrees when given a Bendee-Brew, and Fry/Shaggy follows. Soon, Fry/Shaggy and Bendee-Boo are being chased by the ghost throughout the cloning lab, and finally return to the main room where the rest of the crew is. There, Amy/Velma says that they believe the dragon ghost must be Zoidberg because he is the only one with access to the laboratory who has a problem with cloning. [[Turanga Leela|Leela]]/Daphne tries to remove Zoidberg's mask, only to accidentally remove his whole head. Meanwhile, the real culprit has been captured by the Professor's trap, and after removing his makeup, they realize that it is George Takei. Amy/Velma suggests that he did it because he figured if the Globetrotters couldn't play, people would come to his kabuki theater instead, but Takei says that he did it because he is mentally ill. Later the Globetrotters are at their big game. They feel ready for anything because they practiced against five Larry Birds, but then the opposing team is revealed to be six Larry Birds. The crew and Globetrotters laugh light-heartedly, and the episode ends.
  
 
=== Act II: Purpleberry Pond ===
 
=== Act II: Purpleberry Pond ===
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'''Larry Bird''': Hi, this is Larry Bird calling. Listen, my agent sent me a cartoon script and I've decided I don't wanna be involved in any way.
 
'''Larry Bird''': Hi, this is Larry Bird calling. Listen, my agent sent me a cartoon script and I've decided I don't wanna be involved in any way.
 
''[An answering machine beeps.]''</poem>
 
''[An answering machine beeps.]''</poem>
<poem>'''Amy''': It all makes sense! He knew that if he scared the Globetrotters away from the big basketball game, disappointed fans would flock to his kabuki theater!
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<poem>'''Amy''': It all makes sense! He knew that if he scared the Globetrotters away from the big basketball game, disappointed fans would flock to his {{w|kabuki}} theatre!
 
'''Hermes''': Of course!
 
'''Hermes''': Of course!
 
'''George Takei''': No, that's not why I did it.
 
'''George Takei''': No, that's not why I did it.

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