Self destructive writer Dan Harmon claims he will one day found a colony of like-minded misfits. He's appointed suit-clad gadabout Jeff Davis as his Comptroller. It's like a neurotic town hall meeting, often with alcohol and famous people.
It's a special night at Harmontown when Mayor Harmon decides the goal is to "achieve weightlessness" and establish Harmontown's real purpose. One hour, thirty tangents, two emails from Harmon's big brother and that goal remains unachieved, but a legendary theme park death does finally get its own theme song.
While Jeff Davis works abroad, Guest Comptroller Erin McGathy ("This Feels Terrible") joins Mayor Harmon for an in depth look at overrated masterpieces, passive aggressive text messages and how to destroy someone else's relationship on stage.
An unusually quiet night in Harmontown gives way to eruptions of arm wrestling, wolf hunting, dungeon mastering and child abuse.
A discussion of something the Scottish call a "Wizard Sleeve" is ever-so-briefly interrupted by racism, robots, and a visit from something Erin McGathy calls a "game corner."
Jeff blows the whistle on NASA's secret agenda and Dan blows surprise guest Chris Hardwick!
Sometimes it happens. Sometimes an innocent story about junior high proceeds down a road of perversion straight to where the sun doesn't shine. Also: Spencer collects info for Harmon and Davis' D&D characters, and special guest Rob Schrab tells a story...about his butt.
An especially antsy crowd turns Harmontown's meeting into a flippin' town meeting, pushing our fearless leader from musings on infidelity to contemplations of suicide. Plus: Dungeonmaster Spencer unveils the boys' characters!
Mayor Harmon grapples with fame and exposes The Family Feud; Comptroller Davis grapples with and exposes Harmon's shocking inability to tell jokes and the roleplaying Adventures of Sharpie and Quark begin.
A discussion of the clarinet and nine eleven is briefly interrupted by an amazing D&D adventure before proceeding into an indictment of the Hugo Awards and concluding with a demonstration of how hard it is to conclude.
Mayor Harmon and Guest Comptroller Erin McGathy discuss Knight Rider, Alf and anxiety, then play a quick round of Dungeons and Dragons before getting into a huge fight about movies and breaking up.