An archeology supervisor turns people into werewolves for some unclear reason and the emotionless heroine falls head over paws for one of the victims. Meanwhile, an accident leads Mike to believe he's James Lipton and he interviews Crow as Ray Liotta until he's hit on the head with the clown hammer. Once back in his own mind, Mike tries to climb down to Earth via a rope ladder and ultimately finds himself in Castle Forrester while Pearl and her minions are eating breakfast. Then, after discussing who they would want in their own werewolf movies, the SOL crew sings a song about Mike's werewolf date gone horribly wrong. Another accident ensues the SOL when Mike trips and cuts himself on Crow only to find himself becoming a were-Crow and he's perfectly comfortable with that. In the end, Mike is a full blown were-Crow and Servo offers him a dose of Mike-essence to turn him back to normal. Pearl introduces her experiment to transfer the essence of a wolf into a man, an experiment which ... Written by
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The medley Mike and the bots sing over the ending credits for "Werewolf" is comprised of the following songs (and associated acts/works), in order: Theme from "The Adventures of Pow Wow", "We Will Rock You," by Queen, "The Battle of New Orleans," by Johnny Horton, "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves," by Cher, "The Lonely Goatherd," from "The Sound of Music", "Here Comes Santa Claus," by Gene Autry, "Give It Away," by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, "Brand New Key," by Melanie, "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey," by Paul McCartney, "Cat's in the Cradle," Harry Chapin, "Easter Parade," by Bing Crosby, "One Night in Bangkok," from "Chess", "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top," from "Oklahoma!", "The Freshmen," by The Verve Pipe, "Oh! Susanna," by Stephen Foster. "Tusk," by Fleetwood Mac during some of the song changes. See more
Well, so far the star power consists of Charlie Sheen's uncle.
The Lonely Goatherd
Written by Richard Rodgers
and Oscar Hammerstein II See more