How do two lovebirds who can’t speak the same language, who barely understand one another, somehow manage to hit it off? It’s something you and I and everyone you know has used at least once.
“If you wake up and find mommy dead in the morning, you have to promise, promise, promise to take my contacts out.” Parents, right?
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“Do you want to see the All Seeing Eye Club Packet Box?”
The man or woman known as “DrHandroid” produced nearly 300 inscrutable videos in episode 40’s The All Seeing Eye Club. Were they clues? Or was Joe Holmes being played with? Few people were ever meant to watch these so be warned, they can get pretty strange. Let’s have a look at a few.
“This pizza box sized thing…”
01: The first shot of the undamaged Packet Box, though not necessarily in the order Joe watched. What do you think he made of those last two seconds?
“Beating the box up.”
07, 187, 151: DrHandroid takes out more and more aggression on the Packet Box.
“He had a Pepsi fetish.”
16, 17, 18: Pepsi, Pepsi, Pepsi. For the punchline, watch these in order. Dare I say DrHandroid has a sense of humor?
“Just weird stuff, man.”
40, 182, 208: As frightening as these videos must have seemed, there’s a lot of creativity here.
Unfortunately, videos 224-299 are lost to time, but you can view the entire rest of the collection on DrHandroid’s YouTube channel. If you haven’t listened to The All Seeing Eye Club yet, you should do that first.
While investigating a series of cryptic flyers, Joe realizes he might have joined a cult.
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You can see more of Joe Holmes’s work on Instagram @mandiblejunker.
Jupiter Diego returns with a tale of one public affair’s descent into madness. Love, drugs, and naughtiness abound in this one.
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