After being mistaken for the wrong person, Ken finds himself at a rather unusual VIP event. Thinking it is an elaborate costume party is he is initially excited and flattered to be there, but on discovering he is the featured speaker and the little grey figures are not in costumes, Ken begins to panic until he hears a familiar voice.

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Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

Opening and Closing Theme, Magical Mystery by 8TH Mode Music, Audio Jungle Music Mass Reproduction Licence.

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Nuray Ceren sold shares in her future income to finance her education. It seemed like a great way to pursue a career that was otherwise out of reach except for two unfortunate events. First, an economic collapse decimated the industry she had trained for, and second, her shares were sold to a new investor who was looking for ways to maximize their returns by any means possible.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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When Ken checks in at a conference, an automated registration machine decides Ken has entered his last name wrong, corrects the spelling and assigns him another person’s profile. With the incorrect conference id on his phone, Ken is accidentally mistaken for someone else and invited to a most unusual VIP event where Ken is the featured guest.

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After suffering a heart attack, Marcos learns he will need a transplant. Fortunately, his parents foresaw the day their son would need a new heart and had one grown for him. However, the replacement organ is in Marcos’ best friend Napoleon, a hybrid Chimera who is much more than what it was designed to be.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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While taking the mail to the recycle bin Ken discovers three cats, who are historical deities, have invited themselves into his living room. The cats are intent on dividing the world into three pieces, destroying it in the process. Unexpectedly, Leaf Basil’s dog Planet points out how the math for dividing the Earth will not work and saves the day.

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