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Vidiots is the 25th episode of season 4.



With "Quack-Man" no longer a challenge for her, Lydia gladly lets BJ take her to the Neitherworld Arcade for the local video games with the Neither-Game Cashier, who made his own rules, such as the Neither-Game rules, which are "Play at your own risk", "Absolutely no refunds" and "No Loitering (littering)", and ends up picking "Scourge" as her main entertainer, which turns out to be the toughest video game in the Neitherworld, not only because there's only one besides her, Deady Eddie, able to get past level one, but like Eddie, she got pulled into cyperspace by the game, which claims that those who loose meets their "dead end"! Beetlejuice uses his own juice to find a way into the game to get Lydia, but once Scourge grounded his powers with a die-ode, it seems the only way they can get out of the game is to win! And Mr. BJ & Lydia did, so they went to the last and final level as they've seen Scourge, in person. Scourge weakness was the virus, so Mr. BJ gave Scourge a cold as a virus... and suceeded it, After Scourge defeated, they seen as Deady Eddie revealed in person. Now, Mr. BJ, Lydia and Deady Eddie escaped the "Scourge" Neither-Game Arcade, because the "Scourge" Arcade Videogame machine has broken to pieces. The Neither-Game Cashier wanted money back but he disobeyed one of his own Neither-Game rules, which was "Absolutely no refunds", so the Neither-Game Cashier got kick out of his own arcade game building.


  • This episode is based on the live-action/animated, sci-fi movie, "Tron" (1982).
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