After a press conference hyping his energy bill, Senator Richard Adams from Idaho is in a car being driven by his aide. Adams puts some eye-drops in his eye, and the aide says he could use some too.
So the Senator gives the aide the bottle — while he’s driving.
And the aide leans his head back and takes a few drops — while he’s driving.
These guys are too stupid to be in poli . . . . er, never-mind.
The human gene-pool is strengthened by the death of the aide, but Adams wakes up in the hospital. Maybe his doctor is not so sharp either as she seems surprised to find that Adams has strange organs and four lobes in his brain instead of two. Frontal, occipital, parietal and temporal lobes are pretty much standard issue on humans. Oh, we could throw in the limbic, but don’t start your cerebellum crap.
Adams’ security detail swarms his hospital room and hustles him out of the room. When it is clear he does not realize who he is or what “the mission” is, the men decide he has to be killed. He is able to escape and make his way back to the only person he can trust, the doctor.
He begins falling apart. He is cold, fatigued, losing his hair, fingernails peeling off. This is a result of his not taking a supplement that had kept him looking human and being able to breathe earth’s air.
He discovers that his energy bill, rather than being good for the atmosphere, will actually destroy it, making it poison to humans, but hospitable to his alien race. We’re on to you, Al Gore!
At the end, he is wearing the doctor’s Redskins cap. So not only is he an alien, he’s a raaaaacist.
- The US Senators from Idaho when this episode aired were Larry Craig and Dick Kempthorne. Craig resigned after some suspicious shenanigans in an airport restroom. Kempthorne managed to hold on to his job after being accused of spending $222,000 on renovations to his bathroom at the Dept. of the Interior.
- Them Idaho senators sure loves their shitters. Kempthorne was even succeeded by a guy named Mike Crapo.
- Hulu sucks.