|The Two Towers|
|Season 1, Episode 8|
|Air date||08/06/1999 (hacked on noggin)|
|Directed by||Freddrick Gorgote|
Never Run with Knives
Happy the Doctor
(Note: This episode has no summary because it was hacked on Noggin).
The episode starts with Appy going around the playground, telling kids about frogs and plants. The kids then said "Thanks, Happy!" But then, smoke crept behind Happy, so Happy and the kids turned around. Two towers were burning up, with people falling off. A lot of screaming, fire, and a crashed airplane; the tail could be seen sticking out of one of the towers. You could hear a faint whining noise, but it probably was the plane. Suddenly, a piece broke off, hitting and possibly killing someone. Then the kid asked "Appy, what are the towers doing?", Then it cut to a kid that was stuck under a huge metal piece, crying for help. Some other kids tried to help him. And he was screaming so loud; it was almost heartbreaking. There was blood everywhere, and the fear on his face was so realistic. Appy turned to the camera, and said "That's just natural ,children." then he then dragged them away,leaving the episode on a dark end.
- The Two Towers bears an uncomfortably close resemblance to the September 11th attacks in 2001. As a result, this episode is often used by conspiracy theorists as the most visible example of foreknowledge of the attacks.
- Some conspiracy theorists believe that Osama Bin Laden voiced Happy Appy in this episode, but this has no basis in fact.
- This was the most disturbing episode that aired before Happy Appy was canceled.
- It was also the only aired episode that involved someone getting killed.
- Happy Appy once said that he might pull off a terrorist attack, but nobody believed him.
- The towers are not twins, but only "Two Towers." For all we know, this could have been the Seattle Space Needle and the Empire State Building together.
- The kid who was crushed under the rubble is shown for a lot longer, around five minutes, and eventually, the scene ends with him passing out due to the thick air.