|The Six O'Clock Nose|
|Episode #||7 (Season 1, Ep. 7)|
|Airdate||September 17, 2013|
The seventh episode in The Rosen Family Chronicles, also the third and final part in the "Telly Trilogy". Watch it here.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The episode begins, and Michael introduces another new show he's begun in order to make up for the financial loss from What's This Ear's cancellation, this time a news show called The Six O'Clock Nose. Michael says hello, and begins the first story, on toenails. Apparently more and more people in Britain were using toenails, and Michael brought on Brian to interview "Jack Davis of Hackney" to comment (actually The Presents Inspector just being silly). The Presents Inspector says that he likes toenails, and that he has big ones for his big toes and little ones for his little toes. Brian is about to ask him more about his toenails, but The Presents Inspector continues to say that he likes toenails. Brian tries to intrude, but The Presents inspector now claims that he has big ones for his little toes and little ones for his big toes. Brian just gives him a weird look. The camera cuts back to Michael in the newsroom, saying "Be like Jack! Be smart! Grow toenails!" Suddenly, the screen next to Michael shows a shot of Brian and The Presents Inspector saying "THE HOLLYWOOD", and then Older Rosen, who pops out of the screen and surprises Michael (knocking him over in the process). Older Rosen walks in the middle of the newsroom and starts raving. Michael tells him to get out, but Older Rosen ignores him. Michael then screams "OUT!" and the two get into a fistfight. A color bar screen with "Experiencing Technical Difficulties" on it is shown, while sounds of the two fighting each other are heard. Michael then ends the fight by saying "Presents", and showing a message that says "The rest is censored by the FCC due to overuse of surprise buttsecks." Apparently they don't like that song very much.
Music[edit | edit source]
- "Big Break" from The Mix VII Broadcast Music Library
- "Mistake The Getaway" by Kevin Macleod
- "The Difference" by Trafik
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- First appearance of The Presents Inspector (albeit under the name Jack Davis).