While hosting a haunted VHS board game party, Pete unleashes his evil doppelganger, ETEP! Will Pete & friends escape their Night Fears? Be kind and rewind this action-packed season finale to find out!
PPC is a paranormal radio show 1996-1999
In 1996, Pete Schwartz began work on a documentary series called Pete's Paranormal Chronicles. Schwartz's sanity began to unravel during the production of the program and he became completely immersed in a nationwide conspiracy. December 12th, 1999 is the last day anyone remembers seeing him alive. Family and friends believe he is dead.
These are the recordings of Pete's old radio show...
TURN THE VOLUME UP AND THE LIGHTS DOWN
Act 1: Pete befriends an evil sex robot after his relationship with his girlfriend goes sour
Act 2: A jaded, has-been paranormal investigator and his younger, talented protégé prepare to go on assignment together
Murder! Lust! Betrayal! Pete's B-Day bash is a bust when the bodies start to pile up. Whodunnit? All signs point to a mysterious painting
Pete is tormented by a demonic shapeshifting cat known as Mr. Whiskers a.k.a. Behemoth a.k.a. DEATH!
After a terribly awkward date with Beyonce, Pete runs into an old friend who has transformed into a cyborg
While in the hospital recovering from gunshot wounds, Pete Schwartz keeps dreaming about going down to the morgue
*featuring special guest Rod Serling
Pete returns to the haunted house from the pilot episode, hoping to meet his long-lost Ghost Dad
While having lunch with his friend Justin Trudeau, Pete’s consciousness begins to travel through time and space. Among the nightmare ruins of the year 2212, he meets a future Trudeau relative who sends him on a daring mission…
*Recorded February 3rd, 1999
This episode is largely regarded as "the worst one", in which Pete quits PPC and starts his own reality show with disastrous results
Season Finale. Pete sets out on a quest to find his father, but before his quest begins, he is kidnapped by the Freemasons and taken to the secret Temple of the Templar.
Special introduction by: Noam Chomsky