Ooops. Forgot about this bit. The first supposed commercial of the break is actually for the movie they're filming during this episode, preceded by a "THIS FILM NOT YET RATED" disclaimer that includes the appended "ALSO, NOT YET WRITTEN, CAST, SHOT, EDITED OR SCORED" beneath. The appropriately demonic voice over tells us, "They never forgive, they never forget, and this summer they're coming back again to settle the score...AGAIN!" After a couple of edits from the fake movie interspersed with, among others, that bit of Whackjob Gordon dipping a hunter's knife into a jar of dead man's blood and a shot through the tree-lined country lane that last saw Robert Johnson fleeing from hellhounds, the voice over returns to announce, "From the producers of Cornfield Massacre and Monster Truck and from the director of Charlie's Angels, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and Hell Hazers comes a new. Experience. In. Terror: Hell Hazers II: The Reckoning." And I can't believe I just wasted ten minutes of my life transcribing that.
The next morning, as the Los Angeles CSIs crawl all over the scene of Dead Jay's untimely and most delightfully gruesome demise, Our Intrepid Heroes puzzle over the fact that something other than Poor Elise must have been involved, and as "these things don't usually tag-team," the boys haven't a clue how to proceed. We do learn, however, that an electrician named Billy Beard met a similar fan-related fate back in 1966. "GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORE!" Raoul, please! You'll shriek yourself hoarse. "I can't help myself! It was simply just too faaaaaab-ulous!" Oooo-kay. Anyway, where was I? You mean the scene's already over? Go figure.