The Most Extraordinary Space Investigations
A marijuana induced experiment that generated more data than ever expected, MESI was a show that taught us all a lot of lessons, none of which may ever be agreed upon. Rejected by the prime time panel, it was the only show to ever enter the screening via the short-lived "wildcard" system, then went on to garner more votes by acquiring the beloved Sarah Silverman and heroically committing to its anti-production value. After entertaining many, irritating many and confusing many more, MESI was put to an appropriate death in the bloody Halloween screening of 2005.
Halloween Special! This is going to scare the shit out of you! It scared the audience right out of voting for it!
Major changes threaten the team's stability.
A fifth investigator is added to the team.
The investigators embark on what might be their most extraordinary mission ever. An investigation into the farthest reaches of space, and the deepest depths of the human condition.
  • Screening:
    July 24, 2005
  • Votes:
    153
  • Audience Share:
    62.4%
  • Views:
    833
The investigators deal with a newcomer.
  • Screening:
    June 26, 2005
  • Votes:
    112
  • Audience Share:
    40.6%
  • Views:
    1061
Prime Time superpowers Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland and Sevan Najarian have merged their incredible talents in the fields of writing, acting and special effects to create the greatest show in Channel 101 history.