|KaBlam! James KaBlam!|
|Season 2, Episode 13 (26th overall)|
|Written by||Matt Harrigan|
Art + Science = Fun
More Happiness than Allowed By Law
"KaBlam! James KaBlam!" is the 26th episode of KaBlam!. It is the 13th and last episode of the second season.
Henry and June: Henry and June teach their new intern Lyle Baxter the "Broadcasting Rules", which the first rule is that there are no dumb questions. Lyle then questions the show's slogan "Where Cartoons and Comics Collide" as Henry and June can't answer. They then let him turn the page to the first cartoon. But does it too fast.
Henry and June: Henry and June then teach Lyle (who is blocking part of the camera) the next "Broadcasting Rule", to be ready for anything. Lyle's magic marker runs out as the cue cards are all blank, forcing Henry and June to adjust on the fly.
Action League Now! - "Rock-A-Big Baby": Big Baby wrecks a KISS concert, and the Action League must stop him.
Henry and June: Lyle hits Henry in the head with a microphone, which leads to the next "Broadcasting Rule", which is that technique is everything. June then hits Henry with the microphone the "right way".
The Off-Beats: Everyone is worried things will fall on their heads, so the group has to let Tommy off to avoid being bonked on the head.
Henry and June: Lyle gets to pick the next short, but he is too descriptive.
The Adventures of Patchhead: Patchhead competes in the Blue Collar Holler Kids' Golf Classic to win slippers from Kudzu.
Henry and June: Lyle turns out to be creepy with his impersonations of characters from the shorts of the episode (except Patchhead), so they hit him with a microphone after his imitation of Henry.
- First appearance of Lyle Baxter
- First appearance of The Adventures of Patchhead
- Since the end credits run faster than usual in the episode, they feature only still images rather than video clips from the shorts in the show. Built for Speed is the only other episode.
- The credits in this episode is the shortest in the series, lasting a mere 12 seconds (or 22 seconds credit music length) compared to "Built for Speed"'s 14 seconds (30 second credit music length), not counting Get Sam Donaldson's Mystery Bag or Hand Cranked For Your Enjoyment due to the lack of credits for the latter two.
- Last appearance of The Off-Beats