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When Rad posts a video that goes viral, he tries to milk his fifteen minutes of fame.
- The Director
- A Real Magic Skeleton
- Mr. Gar (non-speaking)
- Red Action (non-speaking)
- Gregg (non-speaking)
- Sparko (non-speaking)
- Dogmun (non-speaking)
- Fish Dude (non-speaking)
- Ginger (non-speaking)
- Mega Football Baby (non-speaking)
- Cookie Man (non-speaking)
- Co-Bruh (non-speaking)
- Dolph Finn (non-speaking)
- Barista Pup (non-speaking)
- Courtenay Taylor as K.O. / Shadamy / Ad
- Ashly Burch as Enid
- Ian Jones-Quartey as Rad
- David Herman as Brandon / Rad Dad
- Melissa Villasenor as Drupe / Rad Fan / Baby
- Ben Jones as A Real Magic Skeleton / Zombie Like Fan
- Christopher Niosi as Neil / Pird / Male Lead
- Michael Donovan as Director
- This is currently the lowest viewed Season 1 episode.
- Enid laughing at the video of Rad getting hurt may be a callback to "Presenting Joe Cuppa" due to her love of slapstick comedy.
- When Rad is reading the movie script, one of his dialogs is "Meep Morp", which is a reference to Steven Universe as Ian Jones-Quartey was an executive producer on the show.
- Also, one of Rad's dialogs was "Radicles phone home" which was a reference to E.T.
- These lines were included as all of these come from aliens.
- The replacement actor for Radicles states "Meesa" at one point, a clear reference to Jar-Jar Binks from Star Wars.
- When the director shows his actors/actress, one of the actors is a red-haired woman, which could be a reference to Black widow.
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