• Canceled
  • Last Screening:
    April 24, 2005
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The 'Bu came on the scene humbly enough as a cute little sketch about a talking squirrel. When it got picked up for series, creators Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer opted to follow the storyline of the "show within the show," a teen drama in the style of The O.C., rather than continue the adventures of a cartoon squirrel. The result broke Time Belt's original record for longest running show before becoming a legend for a different reason: The last three of the eleven episodes were produced by different Channel 101 creators as the dying franchise was passed like a hot potato in the Lonely Island's absence. The controversy was put to rest in April of 2005, almost 2 years after a squirrel said "hoobastank."
Dave Hartman, the Spielberg of Channel 101, steps up to the insurmountable task of killing a show that wouldn't die.
Harmon and Schrab take their turn trying to destroy The 'Bu franchise.
All hell breaks loose when Shitbuster's Romano and Falconer take over The 'Bu's franchise with Chester.
The Lonely Island cashes in on the audience's loyalty. These are the only guys in all of Channel 101 who could get voted back while taking the month off.
Aaron and Brett attempt to rescue Melissa.
Melissa has been abducted.
Brett and Aaron make amends; Melissa and Brett make amends; Brett's father is skilled with neckties.
Melissa's drinking leads to bigger problems; Brett has a bicycle.
Brett's secret is out.
Aaron returns from law school; Brett has a secret.
Young, sexy people that live in Malibu call it The 'Bu, because when you say the entire word, it takes time, and then you wouldn't be young anymore.
  • Screening:
    October 26, 2003
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