In this adult-skewing puppet show, a vampire and his monster minions run an obscure Transylvanian TV station with the improbable power to reanimate dead TV shows.
S01:E01 - Night Of Memotronic
Furry faces the full fury of the vampire Le Shoc when he is no longer recognized by his boss.
S01:E02 - Dark Night Of The Ejaculatron
Furry attempts to win tickets on Transylvania Radio and challenges a demon to a duel for his soul.
S01:E03 - Theres A Hell In Von Bucket
Furrys new pet demon Hannibal Von Bucket systematically harasses the station employees.
S01:E04 - Return Of The Living Night Shifts
Third-shidt workers wage war, Furry pens a script, and Dwayne Frankenstein receives a mysterious package.
S01:E05 - Night Of The Thingy
The Vampire Le Shoc proposes a new direction for the station.
S01:E06 - Real Meanin Of Halloween
A misfit band of monsters finds meaning in the most mystical holiday of the year.
S01:E07 - Beach Blanket Kink-Oh!
When Batfink discovers a back-door into the station's film library, his first inclination is to chase down his surf-movie crush Annette Funicello. Dwayne introduces the boys to his new paramour. VB and Furry face off with a mirror-bound demon (MST3K's Trace Beaulieu) in an off-kilter version of rock paper scissors.
S01:E08 - The Killer VHS
When Batfink's precious copy of a rare horror film is accidentally destroyed, Dwayne switches it out with a cursed video store rental tape. Furry gets sucked into an 80's video game and Dwayne reveals a hidden past as a pop-star.
S01:E09 - Dead Man's Party
Furry's attempt at a birthday party for Le Shoc backfires, and with his mid-death crisis in full swing the boss decides to try plastic surgery. Furry's prolonged exposure to radiation results in a sentient tumor.