"This Old Mainframe"--Host Bob Vila revamps a Univac and shows you how you
can turn an old PC into a functional doorstop or other decorative object.
"My Three Suns"--Neighbors wonder why Steve Douglas keeps three Unix-based
workstations in a suburban neighborhood.
"Wang Can Cook"--Chef Charles Wang blends together software in an
incomprehensible manner from companies he's purchased. Studio guests
grudingly pay ever higher prices for his creations.
"Leave it to Spindler"--The Spindler tries to earn money by selling
apples, but finds he can't sell them for as much as he paid for them;
tries to make it up in volume. Ward, June, and the Board of Directors
"Mayberry CPU"--Andy discovers that his digital clock has more
intelligence than Goober. Aunt Bea debugs Floyd's electronic cash
"Mr. Rom's Neighborhood"--Mr. Rom puts young ones to sleep by reading
selections from various IBM documentation.
"Says Me Street"--Muppet-like forms of Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, and
Scott McNealy show children how to work and play together on the
information superhighway. Large character known as Big BlueBird is a
favorite of the kids, although no one really knows why.