Laser Fart
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    Laser Fart began as a joke submission during a light month in 2004. Creator Dan Harmon was able to keep it alive with a Jack Black cameo in episode 2. On the third episode, Harmon teamed up with samurai lensman David Hartman and Channel 101 history was made. Laser Fart delighted audiences with its ironically epic feel and came breathtakingly close to breaking The 'Bu's record for longest running show. Then, in July of 2005, a weary Harmon wrote a ridiculous, slapdash script and the always hungry audience moved down the buffet, never looking back. This coincided with the "takeover" of 101 at the hands of a new generation of leaner, meaner (well, nicer), post-ironic underdogs like J.D. Ryznar, Ryan Ridley, Justin Roiland and the once-cursed Valley Pals. Laser Fart stands as a 101 legend and a cautionary tale: No artist has immunity, no show has true momentum. We can all go at any time.
    Laser Fart takes a turn for the odd and gets himself abruptly cancelled.
    Laser Fart tries, for like the ninth time in a row, to undo his life's greatest tragedy.
    Laser Fart faces off with the Viet Nam werewolf and a special guest star.
    Laser Fart's self imposed exile continues; a new threat emerges.
    Laser Fart's identity is revealed and ...well, didn't he have a good reason for not letting that happen?
    Laser Fart learns a valuable lesson while brazenly ripping off Star Trek's "Arena."
    Dan, Donna and Jeff are preyed upon by monsters in a creepy castle.
    Laser Fart rescues Donna from the same fate her sister suffered, touching off a dangerous love triangle and creating a new super villain.
    Laser Fart meets a daunting foe while Jeff continues to wear camouflage pants. Guest star: Computerman's Jack Black
    Master storyteller Dan Harmon brings us a show about responsibility.