- Monster Dad
A frankenstein esque monster, who can only communicate in grunts, is reunited with his 16 year old daughter. The first episodes deal with the monster and the daughter figuring out how to share space. She gets enlisted in school, she learns how to drive, and she dates boys throughout the series as the monster dad, who again only speaks in grunts, tries to teach her about life. Monster Dad works as a jingle writer for any product placement in the show, but the jingles are all just his grunts. The neighbor is the creature from the black lagoon, and he likes to talk to them every now and then. The season finale it is a 2 part episode that takes place on a cruise ship where he meets a mummy woman.
- Monster Dad season 2
The mummy, and her 10 year old mummy son, move into the same house with monster dad and his daughter. The monster dad has to figure out how to teach his new step son about life. The mummy woman is also unintelligble due to wrapping around her mouth, but her son does not have this.
Episodes in particular include one where the boy has to deal with racists (anti-egyptians), the daughter is jealous of the attention the others get and monster dad has to calm her down about it. She eventually meets a nice jewish boy who uses an inhaler and is really pale. Later on it turns out he’s a vampire, but he’s a weakling who passes out whenever he sees blood. Monster Dad grows to accept him. In a dark episode we find out that the mummy boy’s dad is an archaeologist who had raped his mummy mom. The series ends with Monster Dad’s pregnant daughter giving birth to a vampire baby.
EDIT: Season two needs the mummy son to attempt to get the jew vampire to do all his errands for him. A corner pink lemonade stand comes to mind (made with blood?). “Pharoah’s Lemonade”. Then the sister comes by because the jewvamp isn’t spending enough time with her, and she convinces her step brother to “let her people go”. Fun for the whole family right there!
- Monkey U.
A slacker college kid is smoking a bong, but it breaks. He finds an amulet in the broken bong, which had been passed down from generation to generation, and in a callback to Monster Dad it’s covered in heiroglyphics. He attempts to sell the amulet (to buy a new bong) but it turns out to be worthless, so he smashes it. A monkey spirit is unleashed and turns the boy into a monkey, but he’s ok with it. He continues to go to college and hang out with friends as a monkey, with no adverse side effects.
- Enemies in 3G
A superhero catches a supervillain, and brings him to a trial before a jury of his peers. The judge remembers that the superhero broke down his house while capturing the villain, so in an attempt to punish both of them, he forces them to live together in an odd couples living situation.
The show mostly involves around these super powered characters pulling petty pranks on each other in a passive aggresive jabs at eachother.
- Monster PI
In a serious and dark crime drama, we open on 2 private investigators are looking over a crime scene. We see the dead bodies of a mummy woman, mummy boy, and a girl. They are all major characters from Monster Dad, and he is the prime suspect. The main gimmick to this show is that it goes through all the previous shows and the crimes are all based around the main characters from those shows. We also get new plot points with the characters, for example the jewish vampire from Monster Dad having full custody of the baby and learning how to raise her.
Eventually we see Monkey from Monkey U graduate college and he tags along with the monster PI team as they try to find the amulet from the first episode of Monkey U. The person who stole it is the Archeologist from Monster Dad, and he was teamed up with the super villain from Enemies in 3G. This show would be a closer to the main story of all of the previous shows, except for the monkey.
- St. Frankensteins
The Monkey that we have grown to know and love has become a doctor and works at St. Frankensteins, a hospital for the crazy people that inhabit this world. The PI gang is wheeled in and Moneky realizes that he has to save their lifes, after they had saved his. He fails though, and has to deal with the fact that he can’t save everyone, and the other doctors teach him that its ok, and they show him how to cope with loss.
The investigators come back as ghosts, but become ineffective at solving crimes, so they stay in the hospital as janitors and give advice to the monkey.
- Jason’s Pitching
This idea only works if its used to tie all the shows as one large show rather than a series of connected shows. A man, likely played by Seth Green, goes to a studio each day and pitches a show to the executives, who at the end of the episode reject him. Jason’s pitching would be used as a framing device for the shows, but would also act as its own storyline, where Jason becomes more and more obsessed with getting something on the network, and his shows start making less and less sense and begin having overall themes of rape and murder. Eventually, in the last episode, the executive looks at him, but the face is of Monster Dad.
The camera zooms into his eyes, and zooms out, revealing him in a straight jacket in a rubber room, surrounded by crayon drawings of the characters from the shows. Outside his room, a man who looks just like Monster Dad is talking to his daughter about the condition of the patient, asking if he will ever get better.
In the background, a slacker doctor can be seen talking to a janitor, and two crazy patients are running around in circles, revealing that everything in these shows was not only in Jason’s head, but was based on the people in the mental hospital. This is how he sees them, and he will never get better.
- Monster Wrestling
Various Monsters and characters from the show fight to the death in a wrestling ring.