Resistance is Futile
Season 1, Episode 13 (13th overall)
Resistance is Futile
Written by Kevin Kopelow and Heath Seifert
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"Resistance is Futile" is the 13th episode of KaBlam!. It is the 13th episode and last episode of the first season.

Segments Edit

Henry and June: Henry and June give out "KaBlammy" awards, with the big winner taking home a handsome statuette and new car.

Sniz and Fondue - "War of the Supergeeks": Sniz and Fondue get tricked into doing chores when they can't decide who gets the prize in a box of cereal. They overcome with their rights later on and then sprays Bianca and Snuppa with a hose.

Henry and June: Henry and June sings a song titled "The KaBlammy Song".

Action League Now! - "Testimony of Terror": The Action League has to babysit a witness for the Mayor's trial. Unfortunately, the witness causes havoc by luring the League into traps, but the Mayor's plan quickly backfires, but the witness still causes destruction.

Henry and June: Henry and June explain the principle of the Accordion Squash with the "KaBlammy" Lifetime Achievement winner and inventor of the Accordion Squash, Dr. Ferdinand Blem (voiced by Mark Marek). After Blem drags on with his award acceptance speech, Henry and June crush him with an anvil which demonstrates the "Accordion Squash".

The Off-Beats: Betty-Anne Bongo's glasses are stolen by Tina.

Henry and June: Henry and June announce other awards given the other night.

Prometheus and Bob - "Tape #99, Kite": Prometheus tries to teach Bob how to fly a kite.

Henry and June: Henry and June announce the winner of the "Kablammy", Action League Now!. Via satellite, Meltman and The Flesh accept the award but then get run over by the "new car" (based on the scene from from the previous episode). Henry and June then bring out the KaBlammy Dancers to end the episode.

Trivia Edit

  • "The KaBlammy Song" can be found on The Best of Nickelodeon Nicktoons, a CD and Vinyl containing songs/audio tracks from various Nickelodeon programming.
  • It is the third episode overall and in a row without Life with Loopy.
  • It is the last episode to use the "Skaternity" end theme music as it was changed in later seasons.
  • This is the first time henry and june can sing