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Like Water for Octane

Jimmy narrates a rather twisted history of heroes as he talks about his admiration for the Lone Gunmen. We see clips of each of the Gunmen as a child. John Fitzgerald Byers, living in Sterling, Virginia, grows up wanting to be a career bureaucrat so that he can "help people." Richard Ringo Langly grows up on a dairy farm in Nebraska, wanting to be a Computer God. Melvin Frohike, already a Man of Action in Pontiac, Michigan, beating up on football players three times his size, expresses his desire to become a crusading publisher and helping people, like his idol -- Hugh Hefner. Yves sets the boys on the trail of a water-powered vehicle, in hopes of procuring the information for an oil company executive who is paying her very well. She leaks them the information through and unfortunate Freedom of Information office clerk, who dies shortly after giving Byers a box containing a cinder block and a single sheet of paper. Frohike recognizes the name on the FOI sheet as the inventor of a water

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  • Originally Aired March 18, 2001
  • Runtime 45 minutes
  • Content Rating United States of America TV-14
  • Production Code 1AEB03
  • Network FOX
Name Type Role
Collin Freisen Writer
Benjamin Libbiter Guest Star
Jay Kirby Guest Star
Katlyn Alexandra DuCharme Guest Star
Matthew Munn Guest Star
Billy Mitchell Guest Star
Danny McKinnon Guest Star
Eric Pospisil Guest Star
Timothy Webber Guest Star
Shareen J. Mitchell Guest Star
Gordie Giroux Guest Star
Mark Valley Guest Star
Lauren Kennedy Guest Star
Michael Eklund Guest Star
Richard Compton Director