R and D TV (Season 1)

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David beats Ron over head with a baseball bat after talking too much.


Ron lets loose a gorilla that attacks David.

Bastille Day

Ron balls up David's body into a paper wad with eyes and shoots David through a small basketball goal. The audio of a cheering crowd saluting Ron's basket accompanies the R & D TV logo.

Act of Contrition

David throws Ron through the office window to be run over by a passing NBC studio van.

You Can't Go Home Again

Ron slaps David so hard that his head spins 360 degrees. David cries effeminately.


David calls a shark to eat Ron with his whistle.

Six Degrees of Separation

Ron pulls out a magic wand, saying, "No bones", before zapping David's bones away, leaving him a boneless mass that crumples to the floor.

Flesh and Bone

Ron sings, "I've got an idea" as the office looks like in a concert, and David rips a portion of Ron's shirt off.

Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down

As David says, "...This'll kill ya..." Ron brings on an armored knight, whose mace crushes David's skull as David says "Oh my God..!"

The Hand of God

David subjects Ron to a thousand paper cuts to the face.

Colonial Day

David proposes "Rock, Paper, Scissors", and Ron says "Go". As he prepares a large set of scissors, Ron goes off-screen to find a very large rock, dropping it on David's body to squish him flat, instantly winning the match.

Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part I

As Ron says "This will shock you...", David flings magic lightning from his fingers at Ron, who is transformed into Martha Stewart by the lightning's effects.

Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part II

Before the two can suggest suggesting an idea, a courier makes a special delivery with packages for each. A small toy vibraphone playing "Pop Goes the Weasel" is heard as the packages open with monstrous heads that look like the courier on springs. The heads promptly consume both David and Ron.