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Premiere January 1, 2011
Finale December 31, 2020 (for now)
Seasons 10
Episodes 39

Off the Air is a television series on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. Off the Air premiered in the United States, unannounced, on January 1, 2011. The show is created by editor Dave Hughes, and produced by Hughes' company, Million Monkeys Inc.

Overview

Off the Air premiered in the United States in Adult Swim's "DVR Theater", unannounced, on January 1, 2011. The series lacks storylines and plots, and consist only of a collection of animations, internet videos, and archival footage, which are held loosely together by a theme. Although no episodes of the series are currently available on DVD, iTunes, or the "Build Your Own DVD" section on Adult Swim.com, all episodes were made permanently available on Adult Swim Gold section on Adult Swim Gold.

In a May 2011 bump, Adult Swim announced that further episodes of Off the Air will be produced.

Adult Swim aired a marathon of 5 episodes on the evening of November 5, 2011, to help transition out of Daylight Saving Time.

Off The Air has been received positively and dubbed a cult phenomenon by critics & Adult Swim itself.

The series has aired 35 episodes and 3 specials over the course of 9 seasons, including two episodes, "Technology" (by Wham City) and "Paradise" (by Ghosting.tv), that Adult Swim announced on October 13, 2017, would air in late 2017.[1] On December 31, 2019, Dave hughes claimed that the episode Patterns was the "Last one for Now", indicating that the series has been put on hiatus until further notice.

Space Ghost, Zorak & Moltar from Space Ghost Coast to Coast makes cameos in many episodes.

Episodes

Season 1 (2011-12)

1. "Animals"

  • Jan 1, 2011
  • Visual
    • The Big Bounce - footage from the Prelinger Archives
    • El hombre y la Tierra - footage from RTVE
    • "Zodiac Shit" - by Adam Fuchs
    • Cows and Zebras - by Taras Hrabowsky
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Meow Mix - by Cyriak Harris
    • Triple Jump - footage from Tugboat and the East Japan Railway Co.
    • "The Music Scene" - by Anthony F. Shepperd
    • Cheese rolling - by SoGlos
    • 3D credits by Adam Bruneau
      • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Audio
    • "Baltihorse" - by Dan Deacon
    • "Zodiac Shit" - by Flying Lotus
    • "Let The Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel" - by Atlas Sound
    • "The Music Scene" - by Blockhead
    • "Star Spangled Banner" - by Black Lips

2. "Food"

  • May 25, 2011
  • Visual
    • The Big Bounce - footage from the Prelinger Archives
    • Think Globally, Act Locally - by William Larson
    • Title sequence by Dax Norman
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Digestive system - by Flix Productions Medical Animation
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The Huber Experiments - Vol 1 - by Erik and Matthew Huber
    • Unabomber Speckles - by R. Land
    • Western Spaghetti - by PES
    • "We Want Your Soul" - by Happy
    • Something - by Cyriak Harris
    • Ecological Apple - by Andreas Soderberg
    • Oyster Vision - by Coral Morphologic
    • Automato - by Bill Feinup and Barry Kudrowitz
  • Audio
    • "Quick Canal" - by Atlas Sound ft. Lætitia Sadier
    • "Bruschotti" - by Longmont Potion Castle
    • "The Flying Nun" - by 9 Lazy 9
    • "We Want Your Soul" - by Adam Freeland
    • "Let's All Go To The Lobby" - by Filmack Studios

3. "Dance"

  • Sep 3, 2011
  • Visual
    • The Big Bounce - footage from the Prelinger Archives
    • Involuntaries 4 - by Foofwa d'Imobilité, Vea Lucca, and Alan Sondheim
    • "Buchstabe" - by Knorkator
    • Title sequence by Mark Phillips
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Modern Daydreams 1: Deere John - by Mitchell Rose and BodyVox, music by William Goodrum
    • "Protective Cover (The Condom Song)" - by Nrityanjali Academy
    • Indian Dancing Prank - by Christian von Nathusius
    • Angry Industrial Dancer in Little Saigon - by Duy Huu Luu, aka Tank Nine
    • "Tush It" - by Liam Lynch
    • "Vessel (Four Tet Remix)" - by Bison
    • Peacock Spider - by Jurgen Otto
    • Robots Dancing - by Jean-Charles Bazin and Young Cheol Lee
  • Audio
    • "Buchstabe" - by Knorkator
    • "5 AM (I Love My Haters)" - by Clams Casino
    • "Protective Cover (The Condom Song)" - by the India HIV/AIDS Alliance
    • "Electrohead" - by Combichrist
    • "Tush It" - by Liam Lynch
    • "Vessel (Four Tet Remix)" - by Jon Hopkins
    • "Woof Woof" - by Dan Deacon
    • "She's Hot" - by Clams Casino

4."Space"

  • Nov 5, 2011
  • Visual
    • Freedom 7 footage - from NASA and the Internet Archives
    • Porculpa - by Lyn Hagan
    • Title sequence by Adam Fuchs
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Toy Robot in Space! - by James Trosh
    • Giant Leap - by Kyle Botha
    • Zeroing - by Andrey Nepomnyaschev
    • Space Ghost designed by Alex Toth, voiced by George Lowe
    • HELL/????? - by David OReilly
    • In Saturn's Rings - by Stephen Van Vuuren
    • Noisebox in Space - by 12foot6
    • "A Glorious Dawn" - by John Boswell
    • "Quantum Leap" - by Thomas de Rijk
    • Apollo 11 footage - from NASA and Spacecraft Films
  • Audio
    • "The Grey Ship" - by EMA
    • "Terra Incognita" - by Atlas Sound
    • "A Glorious Dawn" - from the Symphony of Science ft. Carl Sagan
    • "Quantum Leap" - by Slugabed and Planet Mu
    • "Decollage" - by Les Balayeurs du désert

Note: Space Ghost's quote was taken directly from the Space Ghost Coast to Coast episode "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed".

5. "Body"

  • Jun 1, 2012
  • Visual
    • cords (hear us and have mercy) - by Sara Lundberg, performed by Linda Ohlin, Carina Aronsson, Gustav Nordlander, and Carl Slettengren
    • Visible Human Project - from the U.S. National Library of Medicine
    • "All Ways" - by Color Chart
    • Take This Pill - by David Firth
    • going to the store - by David Lewandowski
    • Hot Dog Hustle - by Thomas Hunter
    • SyncBody - by Daihei Shibata, art by Hiroshi Sato
    • Sossidge Arms - animated by Chriddof
    • GoPro on a Hula Hoop - by Nick Saik
    • Amalgamide Tide - by Taras Hrabowsky
    • Stinks - by Glogman Johns
    • 15 Denier - by Harry Handyside
  • Audio
    • "Quitter's Raga" - by Gold Panda
    • "All Ways" - by Corduroi
    • "Little Ships" - by Jean-Jacques Perrey
    • "PLMS_IV_D" - by Yaporigami and +MUS
    • "Baby's Arms" - by Kurt Vile
    • "Pigsy in Space" - from Journey to the West

Season 2 (2012-13)

6. "Falling"

  • Aug 28, 2012
  • Visual
    • Experience Human Flight - by Infinity Lift
    • Falling to Hell - by Devin Flynn
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "My Machine" - by Daniels
    • Giant 6 ft. Water Balloon - by Gavin Free
    • Hövding in Action - from Hövding
    • In The Fall - by Steve Cutts
    • Valse Statique et la Theorie du Combo - by Maxime Bruneel
    • Fugue/Trampoline - performed by Yoann Bourgeois for ZAT! Montpellier
    • Derty Falling - by Taras Hrabowsky
  • Audio
    • "The Vision" - by Ian Brody
    • "My Machine" - by Battles ft. Gary Numan
    • "Lo Lindora" - by Kodak to Graph
    • "New Direction" - by Black Lips
    • "Oceanview" - by Atlas Sound
    • "Coming Down" - by Dum Dum Girls

7. "Color"

  • Oct 30, 2012
  • Visual
    • LSD Girl footage supplied by T3Media
    • Head On by Lior Ben Horin
    • Kristi's Shotgun Rainbow (credited as This Girl Can Handle a Shotgun!!) by Brandon Gibson
    • "Grindin'" music video by Rogier van der Zwaag
    • The Biggest Domino Circle – 11,000 Dominoes! YouTube Record! by TheRealMcJoni and TheDominoator
    • Dahlia by Michael Langan
    • Fireworks footage provided by iStock
    • "The Doldrums" music video by Plastic Horse
    • "Dinosaurs" music video by Kristofer Ström
    • Paint advertisement for Sony Bravia by Fallon London
    • Gummy bear footage provided by iStock
    • "Datamosh" music video by Yung Jake
    • Bars & Tones by Andre Chocron
    • Optimist by Brian Thomson (+1)
  • Audio
    • "The Vision" by Ian Brody
    • "My Machines" by Battles feat. Gary Numan
    • "Lo Lindora" by Kodak to Graph
    • "New Direction" by Black Lips
    • "Oceanview" by Atlas Sound
    • "Coming Down" by Dum Dum Girls

8. "Nightmares"

  • Dec 22, 2012
  • Visual
    • Real Demons Caught on Tape by Justin Martinez
    • "Plaster Casts of Everything" music video by Patrick Daughters
    • Superduper by Thomas de Rijk
    • Coaster Test by Steve Cutts
    • "Headcleaner" music video by Alessandro Bevari
    • Her Lovely Fears by Ben Wheele
    • Homelands by Jimmy Joe Roche
    • Zombie Bands Suck by Liam Lynch
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • You Ruined It by Michael Langan
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Crooked Rot by David Firth (+1)
    • Fear photographs provided by Nightmares Fear Factory
    • Credits image editing by Geoffrey Lillemon, Christy Karacas, R. Land, Brandon Lively, Dax Norman, Trey Wadsworth, and Terry White
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Stock images provided by iStock
  • Audio
    • "Journeyman" by Amon Tobin
    • "Plaster Casts of Everything" by Liars
    • Superduper score by Thomas de Rijk
    • "Headcleaner" by Einstürzende Neubauten
    • "Dust Flesh and Bones" by Matt Elliot
    • Crooked Rot score by Marcus Fjellström
    • "Battery Point" by Beak

9. "Light"

  • Oct 1, 2013
  • Visual
    • Combustion by Renaud Hallée
    • Title sequence by Adam Fuchs (credited as Chill Fuse)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Natural Thing" music video by Johan Rijpma
    • Light Drive by Kim Pimmel
    • Glowing Man by Jacob Sutton
    • Jelly Trip Experience by Burkhard Reike
    • Dubstep Dispute by Jason Charles Giles
    • Flawed Symmetry of Prediction by Jeff Frost
    • "Seeing Things" excerpt from Fun to Imagine feat. Richard Feynman, footage supplied by T3Media
    • "The Sky Was Pink" music video by Morgan Beringer
    • I See You by Jacob Streilein
    • Light by David Parker (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Natural Thing" by Nobody Beats The Drum
    • "Candy Shoppe" by Emeralds
    • "Knights of Cydonia" (Nostalgia Dubstep remix; credited as Dubstep Dispute music) by Andrew Hill
    • "Seeing Things" audio by Richard Feynman
    • "The Sky Was Pink" by Vessels
    • Light score by Peter Lauridsen (uncredited)

Season 3 (2013-14)

10. "Nature"

  • Dec 31, 2013
  • Visual
    • Visions of the Wild by the United States Department of Agriculture, supplied by the Prelinger Archives
    • "Brats" music video by Ian Cheng
    • Hyper Geography by Joe Hamilton
    • Owl stock footage provided by Getty Images
    • 24,480 Minutes with an Australian Tree Fern (credited as Australian Tree Fern) by The Upthink Lab
    • Fungia Food by Coral Morphologic
    • "Staring Out the Window" music video by Ninian Doff
    • Woos by PetPunk
    • "What's Up?" music video by Liam Lynch
    • A Walk in the Woods (credietd as Walk in the Woods) by Weebl
    • Madam Butterfly by Gabriel Kempers
    • Land by Masanobu Hiraoka (mistakenly credited as Hiraoka Masanobu)
    • "The Ghostly Voices Once Said!" music video by Randy Knott (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Brats" by Liars
    • "Into the Deep Time (One Sun)" (credited as "Into The Deep Time") by Candy Claws
    • "Staring Out the Window" by Fulton Lights
    • Woos score and audio by Huma-Huma (uncredited)
    • "What's Up?" by Liam Lynch
    • "Humming Chorus" by Giacomo Puccini, performance by Apollo Symphony Orchestra
    • Land score by Aimar Molero (uncredited)
    • "The Ghostly Voices Once Said!" by Randy Knott

Note: The owl stock footage from Getty Images is reused from the music video for Mike Jourgensen's song "Eye Drops" that show creator Dave Hughes and his company Million Monkeys Inc. directed.

11. "Robots"

  • Jan 7, 2014
  • Visual
    • Jelly Wobbler by Nik Ramage
    • Robot footage supplied by DigInfo
    • Ants in My Scanner by Francois Vautier
    • Robogran by Cyriak Harris
    • "Kill Your Co-Workers" music video by Mike Winkelmann (credited as Beeple)
    • Michael by Space Shower Networks Inc.
    • God Knox by Kokofreakbean
    • "Boss Wave" music video by Kristofer Ström
    • OstrichCopter by Pricordia, footage supplied by Viral Spiral
    • Raw Data by Jake Fried
    • BigDog Beta by Pantless Knights
    • Machinery footage provided by iStock
    • Drawing Apparatus by Robert Howsare
    • AI vs. AI by Igor Labutov and Jason Yosinski
    • Aerial Technology demo reel footage provided by Uncage the Soul (+2)
  • Audio
    • "Andrew" by Jonwayne
    • "Blinding" by Zach Schimpf (mistakenly credited as Zack Schrimpf)
    • "Kill Your Co-Workers" by Flying Lotus
    • Michael score by Satoshi Sasaki and Handsome Trucks (uncredited)
    • God Knox score by Kokofreakbean (uncredited)
    • "Boss Wave" by Xilent
    • Raw Data score by Jake Fried (uncredited)
    • "Dental Fur" by Freescha

Note: Although this episode aired the week after the episode "Nature", Adult Swim lists this to be set before that episode.

12. "Worship"

  • Apr 22, 2014
  • Visual
    • Sadhus: India's Holy Men by Bedi Films and Denis Whyte
    • "Bye Bye Macadam" music video by Dimitri Stankowicz
    • Hypnogogs by Paul Hartner
    • Jesus Pwn3d U by Barats and Bereta
    • Doom II: The Circular Ruins by Scott Gelber (credited as Noah Spidermen)
    • Unabomber Speckles drawing provided by R. Land
    • Stock image provided by iStock (uncredited)
    • Enter the Mystic by Dax Norman
    • God Smash by Taras Hrabowsky
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Totem by Caleb Wood
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Magma music video by Dvein
    • Astroblast by Alexandre Lehmann (+1)
  • Audio
    1. "Cannons" by Little Scream
    2. "Bye Bye Macadam" by Rone
    3. "The Circular Ruins" by Zac Traeger
    4. "Christian Connections" by Longmont Potion Castle
    5. "Bummer Dreams" by Elvis Depressedly
    6. Magma by The Vein (uncredited)
    7. A distortion of "Jesus Was Way Cool" by King Missile

Season 4 (2014-15)

13. "Hair"

  • Sep 2, 2014
  • Visual
    • Words of Wisdom by Matthew Silver and Rony Portillo
    • Flora by Aaron Michael
    • Hairsperiments and other animations by Mike Winkelmann (credited as Beeple)
    • Woman flipping hair stock footage provided by iStock
    • Beach Bums by the Great Nordic Sword Fights
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Virtual reality haircut simulator footage by DigInfo
    • The Chronicles of Peen-Eye (credited as Wigella) by Geoffrey Lillemon feat. Marian Mudder (uncredited), robotics by Neil Mendoza
    • Hair Growth Experiment by David Birdsell
    • The Fly by Liam Lynch
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Ascension" music video by Charles Bergquist (credited to Tycho; +7)
    • robothair.mov by Bernardo Britto
    • Hairy Monsters by Gerald Zahn
    • "Memime" in Haircut Store by Alan Resnick
      • commissioned
    • Lizard stock footage provided by Corbis Motion (uncredited; reused from the first episode "Animals" with an animated wig)
    • Shake by Carli Davidson and Variable (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Backwell" by Beak
    • Beach Bums score by Groundislava
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Cut the Mullet" (credited as "Cut That Mullet") by Wesley Willis
    • Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss (uncredited)
    • "Ascension" by Tycho
    • robothair by Bernardo Britto
    • "Memime" in Haircut Store score by Billy Joel (uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Shave My Pussy" by Chad VanGaalen
  • Note: Gerald Bald Z of Perfect Hair Forever makes a cameo in the "Hair Growth Experiment" segment.

14. "Sports"

  • Dec 3, 2014
  • Visual
    • Your Highness by Max Hattler
    • Oolympacs by Johnny Woods
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Ribbon dancer and football player footage provided by iStock
    • "Bim Bam Boom" excerpt from Forbidden Zone dir. Richard Elfman
    • Magic Ball Man by Maximilien Czech
    • Cody Jumps Skip by PixelWorkers
    • "I Didn't Know That" music video by the Books
    • Frisbee God by Malcolm Sutherland
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Ghillie Ball by Dave Hughes, Adam Stockett, and Alan Steadman
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Data by Mark Fingerhut (credited as WOLFSHIRT)
    • Citius, Altius, Fortius by Felix Deimann
    • Red Bull Winch Sessions footage courtesy of Red Bull Media House North America, Inc. (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Feel the Drip" by Black Moth Super Rainbow
    • "Bim Bam Boom" by Miguelito Valdés and Kipper Kids (uncredited)
    • "All That Matters" by Professor Kliq
    • "I Didn't Know That" by the Books
    • "Airlock" by Bayou
    • Citius, Altius, Fortius score by Kreng (uncredited)
    • "Instant Disassembly" by Parquet Courts

15. "Death"

  • Dec 30, 2014
  • Visual
    • One Got Fat film supplied by the Prelinger Archives
    • Yield by Caleb Wood
    • Stillicide by Eric Ko
    • Woman blowing dandelion footage provided by Getty Images (mistakenly credited to iStock)
    • "Beat the Drum Slowly" music video by Chad VanGaalen (uncredited)
    • UFO and Crowd Dynamics by David Fothergill
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Arterial" music video by Christophe Thockler (uncredited)
    • Checkpoint by Robby Rackleff
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Death Fest by Kutay Cengil
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The Jump by Charles Huettner
    • Life Is Flashing Before Your Eyes by Vince Collins (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Dream House" by Deafheaven
    • Stillcide score by Alex Cook
    • "Beat the Drum Slowly" by Timber Timbre
    • "I'll Be There (UFO score)" (artist unknown; uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Arterial" by Lusine
    • "Ocean Death" by Baths
    • "Life is Flashing Before Your Eyes" song by Lewis Motisher

16. "Transportation"

  • Jan 6, 2015
  • Visual
    • Gravity by Hadas Fisher-Oren
    • Title sequence by Tori Cook
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • JP Auclair excerpt from All.I.Can by Sherpas Cinema
    • Departures by Cy Kuckenbaker
    • The Motorcade by Colin White, written by William Stitt (both credited as International Geographic)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Rollerman by Danny Strasser
    • METRO Re/De-construction by Christopher Douglas Coleman
    • Psycho City by Vince Collins
    • Bubblegum Fannypack by Richard "Dicko" Mather
    • Let's Paint, Bicycle & Blend TV by John Kilduff
    • Sketch Three: Avant-Garde (R.P.M. 2) by Ryan Fox
    • "Cadillac Dreams" music video by the Great Nordic Sword Fights
    • Scene 2 by Kim Laughton
    • 3K Project TrackMania 2: Canyon (Slow Mo Version) by RickardRick (+1)
  • Audio
    • "The Lens" by Thee Oh Sees
    • "Dance Yrself Clean" by LCD Soundsystem
    • Rollerman score by Michael Beckmann and Melina Fessmann
    • "Cadillac Dreams" by Birdy Nam Nam
    • "Rain on a Highway" by Daughn Gibson

Season 5 (2015)

17. "Liquid"

  • Jul 21, 2015
  • Visual
    • Run Walter Run video provided by Newsflare
    • Phantom Water Reel by Chris Bryan
    • Helium Shark by Thomas Marque
    • Ice Crystal Timelapse by Shawn Knol
    • Ice cream video by Alan Steadman
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Machine Networks 2013 by Ryan Tyler Martinez
    • Most Incredible Volcano by Geoff Mackley
    • BBBB by Natalia Stuyk
    • A Family Affair by Ed Schrader, Kevin Sherry, and John Voigt
    • Bubble Device #2 by Nicholas Hanna
    • "Bryn Marina" music video by David Jude Harris
    • Water splashing stock footage provided by iStock
    • Splashy Duck by William Anderson
    • Atomic bomb footage provided by VCE Digital, Inc.
    • The Huber Experiments – Vol. 2 by Erik and Matthew Huber
    • Vagabond Mutant Liquid by Tobias Stretch
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Dry Lights by Xavier Chassaing
    • Kayakers in Drainage Ditch by Rush Sturges and Ben Marr (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Parade (Dominik Eulberg remix)" by Rone
    • Machine Networks 2013 score by Jad Atoui (uncredited)
    • "Summer Storm" by Fox + Sui
    • "Bryn Marina" by Sound of Ceres
    • "Vertical" by Vessels
    • "Great River Road" by Zach Schimpf
    • Dry Lights score by Thomas Vaquie
    • "The Mountain Dew" by the Clancy Brothers

18. "Conflict"

  • Oct 27, 2015
  • Visual
    • Anatomy of a Street Fight: How to Win When You're Outnumbered by Don Wasser from PFS Video, Inc.
    • Bloops by Johnny Woods
    • Title sequence animations by Sean Buckelew, Kyle Mowat, Jonathan Djob Nkondo and Caleb Wood
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Green" music video by bif, produced by Mill+
    • Plug Party 2k3 by Albert Omoss
    • Unabomber Speckles drawing provided by R. Land
    • Stock images provided by iStock
    • Angry Ram Destroys Punching Bag by Marty Todd
    • Pivot by Albert Omoss
    • The Angry Prokaryote by Caleb Phoenix Pleasant
    • Cody's Positive Affirmations by Joseph Bennett
    • SSI's Shred of the Month: "The Monster" footage provided by SSI Shredding Systems, Inc.
    • 31 Ways to Say Fuck Off (credited as "31 Ways to Say F#@k Off") by Emanuele Kabu (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Thug It Out" by TT the Artist
    • "Green" by Azel Phara
    • "Squid Sandwich" by Longmont Potion Castle
    • "The Picture" by Ty Segall
    • Cody's Positive Affirmations score by Mike Jansson, voices by Cory Blische and Brandon Blische (all uncredited)
    • "Scud Books" by Hudson Mohawke

19. "Holes"

  • Nov 24, 2015
  • Visual
    • DIY Weatherize Hole Tutorial by Alan Resnick (credited as alantutorial)
    • Opening stock footage provided by Pond5 and Shutterstock
    • Inside Me by Dmitry Zakharov
    • Abstraction 48 by Morgan Beringer
    • Rejected excerpt by Don Hertzfeldt
    • Loop Hole by Drew Tyndell
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Boys Latin" music video by Isaiah Saxon and Sean Hellfritsch
    • Down the Rabbit Hole by Merijn Hos
    • Stare Down by Michael Shanks
    • Shelter by Carl Burton (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Léviathan" by Flavien Berger
    • "Nu är det jul igen" by Mads Hansen (uncredited)
    • "Boys Latin" by Panda Bear
    • A distortion of "Left Speaker Blown" by Liars

20. "NEWNOW"

  • Dec 29, 2015
  • This episode celebrates New Year's Day and the show's fifth anniversary, setting six original songs by various artists to miscellaneous videos.
  • Visual
    • Title sequence by Natalia Stuyk
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Birds of Paradise" segment from Planet Earth (credited as "BBC Birds of Paradise") supplied by Getty Images
    • Bird of Paradise Hook Up by Jamie Margary
    • Amalgam by Jack Turpin
    • Totally Normal by Andrew Benson
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Hug advertisement for John Lewis by Julia Pott
    • Ghillie OneWheel footage by David Lewandowski
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Morgan 3000" music video by Benjamin Janos-Szabo Hunter
    • BDAY/KSS/TMLSS/LST_RLM by Kidmograph
    • Landscapes by Amy Lockhart
    • Drone footage by Renee Lusano
    • Cavernous Womb by Annapurna Kumar
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Girl Seizure" music video by Gabriel Mangold, originally for the song by Last Ex
    • Still Life by Kevin Eskew
    • Swirls by Masanobu Hiraoka
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Wake Up to the New Now by Matthew Silver
  • Audio
    • "Pursuer" by Sound of Ceres
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "It Can Feel So Good" by Zammuto
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "What's It Like There Tomorrow" by Zach Schimpf
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "I Think I'm A Ghost" by Ed Schrader's Music Beat
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Change Your Life (You Can Do It)" by Dan Deacon
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Laurie" by EMA
      • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Note: The following artists provided additional animated loops: Zachary Zezima, Kevin Eskew, Annapurna Kumar, Julia Newhide, Jack Turpin, Alan Jennings, Andrew Benson, Allegra Jones, Adriana Trukillo, Benjamin Janos-Szabo Hunter, Rachel Seropian, Tim Brown, Gina Maune, Dina Kelberman, Kaylee SooHyun Lee, Ana Mouyis, Sian Bliss and Maureen Kuo.

Note: Adult Swim posted an "Analog Video Remix" of this episode by Rob Feulner on their YouTube channel on January 26, 2018.

Season 6 (2016 - 17)

21. "Shapes"

  • May 24, 2016
  • Visual
    • Pendulum Waves provided by Harvard Natural Science Lecture Demonstrations
    • Title sequence animations by Drew Tyndell (credited as Computer Team) and Emanuele Kabu
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Cymbals Whacked excerpt by ChefSteps
    • Illusions (Part One) by Animal Inc.
    • "Slowly Rising" music video by Hideki Inaba
    • Octopus footage provided by Getty Images
    • Undercurrents by Albert Omoss
    • The Summoning of the Skylark by Cool 3D World
    • "AS Chingy" music video by Sam Rolfes
    • Cat Loop by Jeron Braxton
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Glore" music video by Nicos Livesey
    • "Micro (twist)" music video by Jonathan McCabe (+1; +4)
  • Audio
    • "Dot Com" by Battles
    • "Traces" by Motion Sickness of Time Travel
    • "Slowly Rising" by Beatsofreen
    • "PGRM 85" by Flavien Berger
    • "AS Chingy" by Amnesia Scanner
    • "Glore" by Radkey
    • "Micro (twist)" by Juj

22. "Clowns"

  • Sep 20, 2016
  • Visual
    • Delmax Siefbecq" music video by Clowncore
    • Title sequence by Bent Image Lab
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Night Clowns cinematography by Jonathan Rej, performances by Chris Brown, Gilbert Moreno, Jeanne Wesson, Erin McDowell, Chris Croasdale, David Gregory, Ben Bladon, Brandon Hughes, Daniel Price, Jacob Sharpe, Yelandria Phillips, John Clifton, Marjory McKinnon, Anna Thornton and Allison Cohen
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Call Your Parents (credited as Clown Rave 2016) by Kytten Janae
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Unabomber Speckles drawing provided by R. Land
    • Stock images provided by iStock (uncredited)
    • Clown Center by Dylan Jones
    • Wigz by Robby Rackleff
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Clown face stock footage provided by Getty Images
    • Wrinkles Steals Kids Balloons excerpts by Cary Longhamps (of Anomalous Films)
    • Clown Drone by Renee Lusano (+4; +1)
  • Audio
    • "Delmax Siefbecq" by Clowncore
    • "Beautiful You Me" by Vessels
    • Call Your Parents score by Philip Rugo (uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Clown Motel" by Longmont Potion Castle
    • "Honeyed Words" by Anna Meredith

23. "Work"

  • Nov 8, 2016
  • Visual
    • Capo by Yuri Ancarani
    • Handshake stock footage provided by iStock
    • Magic Cube and Ping-Ping (credited as Magic Cube and Ping Pong) by Lei Lei
    • Psychometrics by Alan Warburton
    • Gummie Chernobyl by Ian M. Miller
    • Desktop Deltaware by Mark Fingerhut
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Hands: They're Here to Stay by Tyler Russo
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Hands" stock footage provided by iStock
    • Banjo Gyro! by Grady Sain
    • "True Vulture" music video by Galen Pehrson, produced by Sara Cline and the Masses (latter uncredited)
    • Monster V by Steven Lapcevic
    • Pizzocalypse by Kokofreakbean
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Never Get Ahead" footage from Chic-a-Go-Go provided by Jake Austen (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Minimum Wage" by They Might Be Giants
    • "Getting the Done Job" by the Books
    • Conference call audio by Zach Scott
    • Desktop Deltaware song by Joe George
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Hands: They're Here to Stay audio by Tyler Russo
    • "True Vulture" by Death Grips
    • "Never Get Ahead" by Bobby Conn
  • Note: While audio from Hands: They're Here to Stay by Tyler Russo plays, stock footage supplied by iStock is reused from the episodes "Body" and "Color".

24. "Words"

  • Jan 31, 2017
  • Visual
    • Boogodobiegodongo by Peter Millard
    • "Ummm" music video by Jeron Braxton
    • Network of Learning by Peter Burr, programming by Mark Fingerhut
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Word Game by Dimitri Stankowicz
    • Ascetic Aesthetic by Dax Norman
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Men in Chairs by Cool 3D World
    • H3adz by Larry Carlson
    • Stop Requested by the Great Nordic Sword Fights
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Girls Night Out by Geoffrey Lillemon
    • Last Words by Colin White (credited as Colin E. White), written by William Stitt
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Word of the Day by Lila Burns
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Advice for the Modern Worker by Annapurna Kumar
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Einstein's Shower Speech by Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Ummm" by Jeron Braxton
    • Network of Learning sound by John Also Bennett
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "House" by Hypo & EDH
    • Ascetic Aesthetic score by Dave Merson Hess
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • H3adz score by Larry Carlson (uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Girls Night Out sound by Dylan Gelletly
    • Word of the Day score by Brent Busby (uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Bittersweet" by Paradise Lost

Season 7 (2017)

25. "Earth"

  • Nov 21, 2017
  • Visual
    • Reflection Void by Lance Page
    • Monkey Dreams by Rebecca Shenfeld, footage provided by Getty Images
    • Lingua Naturae and Deep Time by Julius Horsthuis
    • When Humans Ruled the Earth by Stephen Ong
    • "Whale" music video by Pavel Samokhvalov
    • Digital Nature by Cristopher Golden (credited as The Studio Gold)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Mr. Madila by Rory Waudby-Tolley
    • "Woodswimmer" music video by Brett Foxwell
    • Mushroom Timelapse by Eric Deren
    • The Infinite Now (credited as Infinite Now) by Armand Dijcks and Ray Collins (+1)
  • Audio
    • "A New Day" by Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Suzanne Ciani
    • "My Body's Made of Crushed Little Stars" by Mitski
    • "Strangeworks" by Eluvium
    • "Surprise Stephani" by Dan Deacon
    • "Whale" by Samoe Bolshoe Prostoe Chislo (credited as SPBCh)
    • Digital Nature score by Fresh Hex (uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Mr. Madila score by Paul Devlin (uncredited)
    • "Woodswimmer" by Bedtimes
    • "Ageless" by House of Wolves

26. "Technology"

  • Nov 28, 2017
  • Visual
    • My Expanded View by Corey Hughes
    • AB95 by Wham City Comedy
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Glucose by Jeron Braxton
    • Hand scrolling stock footage provided by iStock (uncredited)
    • Scissorhands Unboxing by Thu Tran
    • Doorcuts by Zak Tatham
    • Why Cecco Beppe Does Not Die (Scratch 'n Sniff Edition) by Ben Coonley
    • Day Off 1 by Jillian Mayer
    • Robotomy by Sam Hochman and Alex Reynolds
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • End of Simulation by Milton Melvin Croissant III
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Lyrica by Shana Moulton (+2)
  • Audio
    • "Montealto" (Credited as My Expanded View Music) by Alexa Silva and Nerftoss
    • AB95 music by Geoff Graham
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Glucose score by Jeron Braxton (uncredited)
    • Scissorhands Unboxing music by Matt Fitzpatrick
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Doorcuts music by Man Made Hill
    • Why Cecco Beppe Does Not Die (Stratch 'n Sniff Edition) music by Shy Layers
    • End of Simulation sound design by Ryan McRyhew
    • Lyrica music by Drew Swinburne
  • Note 1: This episode was guest curated and produced by Wham City Comedy (Ben O'Brien, Robby Rackleff, and Alan Resnick).

Note 2: No individual songs are given titles in this episode; the credits simply include a "Music by" credit for most of the videos.

27. "Paradise"

  • Dec 5, 2017
  • Visual
    • Intro animation by Ricky Jonsson Jr.
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Interstitials by Sam Hochman and Kristel Brinshot
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Isla's Day by Jeremy Sengly and Winona Regan (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Autonomous Paradise by Filip Kostić (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • SMITE by Thomas de Rijk
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The Jungle by Joseph Melhuish (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Yeasties by Jordan Speer, video processing by Robert Beatty (+2; +3; +2)
    • Pin Pon (gameplay trailer) by Theo Triantafyllidis (+1; +6)
    • LadyPecs blasterX by Andy and Sam Rolfes (+2; +3)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Selfish workers by Alexandre Louvenaz (+2)
    • Quiet Time by Elenor Kopka
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Intergalactic Absurdism by Tea Stražičić\
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Server Ho by Andrew Thomas Huang (+2; +3; +2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Basilisk by Geriko (+2; +3)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Sunset by Ezra Miller
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • GIFs by Jeremy Sengly and Winona Regan (+3)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Audio
    • Intro music by Ricky Jonsson Jr.
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Isla's Day music by Skillbard
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Autonomous Paradise music by Roger Hallaway
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • SMITE music by v1984
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The Jungle music by Iglooghost (credited in upper cases)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Yeasties music by Zak Alkek (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Pin Pon (gameplay trailer) music by Slugabed
    • LadyPecs blasterX music by Sam Rolfes (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Selfish workers sound design by Thomas Cappeau
    • Quiet Time music by Elenor Kopk
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Intergalactic Absurdism and Server Ho music by bod [包家巷] (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Basilisk music by Rusbaci (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Sunset music by Skillbard (+2)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Note 1: This episode was guest curated and produced by Wham City Comedy (Ben O'Brien, Robby Rackleff, and Alan Resnick).
  • Note 2: No individual songs are given titles in this episode; the credits simply include a "Music by" credit for most of the videos.

Season 8 (2018)

28. "Health"

  • May 29, 2018

Visual

  • Family Dance by Alan Resnick
  • Girl Puddle by Dr D Foothead
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Morning Wormhole by Kokofreakbean
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • My Daily Routine #TearItUpGetFit by Simple Town
  • Wound Treatment by Meditech Communications
  • Doctor stock footage provided by iStock (uncredited; reused from "Body" and "Work")
  • Dry Run (credited as Trolval) by Felix Colgrave
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Getting Fit by Buttered Side Down (+6)
  • Presenting Oscar, The Modular Body by Cornelis Vlasman (credited to VPRO Television & seriousFilm)
  • Sommets 2017 by Brandon Blommaert (+1)

Audio

  • Family Dance music by Matmos
  • Girl Puddle music by Nicolas Snyder
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Morning Wormhole music and sound design by Kokofreakbean
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • My Daily Routine #TearItUpGetFit music by Kyle Rodriguez
  • "Assault" by Youth Team
  • Getting Fit score by Buttered Side Down (uncredited)
  • "If I Were Human" by BNNY RBBT

29. "Love"

  • Aug 28, 2018
  • Visual
    • A/S/L: Darcy by Sophie Koko Gate
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Stained Glass and the Sun by Julius Horsthuis
    • Melting Together by Andrew Benson
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Fortune Teller by Lila Burns
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • KittyKat96 by Victoria Vincent
    • I'm Dead Inside by Daniel Britt (credited as Dan Britt)
    • Unabomber Speckles (credited as Unaspeckles) drawing provided by R. Land
    • Stock images provided by iStock
    • Sour by Daniela Sherer
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Valentine's Day is Not for the Lonely (credited as Valentines Day) by Jack Stauber
    • Crazy Shit (credited as Crazy Sh!t) by Daniel Koren
    • "Deetian Love Song" music video by Liam Lynch (+1)
  • Audio
    • A/S/L: Darcy music by Jerry Paper, sound design by Skillbard, narrated by Vincent Oliver (latter uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Eden V" by Sound of Ceres
    • KittyKat96 score by Dean Pattinson (uncredited)
    • I'm Dead Inside by Daniel Britt
    • "Donut Handler" by Longmont Potion Castle
    • Sour music and sound design by Skillbard
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Valentine's Day is Not for the Lonely by Jack Stauber
    • "Deetian Love Song" by Liam Lynch

30. "Sound"

  • Oct 30, 2018
  • Visual
    • Clowds by Laurie Catherine Winkel
    • "Girl's Night Out" music video by Clowncore
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Prebirth by Mike Diva, produced by Josh Shadid/Lord Danger
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Sensitive Hearing by Christopher Rutledge
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Dolphin Poem (credited as Dolphin Emoji) by Julian Glander
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Hand stock footage provided by iStock (uncredited)
    • Augenlied by KYMAT / JUNOPILOT
    • The Choir by Cool 3D World
    • Chimera by Caleb Wood
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The Offering by Elenor Kopka
    • The History and Future of Listening by Lucy Dyson (+2)
  • Audio
    • "Girl's Night Out" by Clowncore
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Prebirth score by Kill Dave (uncredited)
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Sensitive Hearing score and audio by Myles Emmons (uncredited)
    • Dolphin Poem by Julian Glander
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Augenlied music by KYMAT / JUNOPILOT
    • The Choir music by George Michael Brower
    • Chimera music and sound design by David Kamp
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The Offering music and sound design by Skillbard
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "No Words" by Nick Rattigan (credited as Current Joys; +1)

31. "Winter"

  • Jan 1, 2019
  • Visual
    • Bubbles Freezing In Slow Motion by Adrian Ybarra
    • Epic Catch footage provided by Viralhog, LLC
    • Title sequence by Emanuele Kabu
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Litter Yeti by Solomon Burbridge, Greg Arden and Rob Shaw, story by Shively Humperdink
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Frost Responder by Sam Hochman and Alex Reynolds
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Arctic fox excerpt from Life Story provided by Getty Images
    • Dusk Walk by Kate Renshaw-Lewis
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Hope" music video by Thomas Vanz
    • Yule Log 2.0 (credited as Yule 2.0) project by Daniel Savage, animations by Gentleman Scholar, Emmett Dzieza, Eric Epstein, Erik Karasyk, Adam Grabowski, Brett Refner, Drew Tyndell (credited as Computer Team), Joe Ball, Denny Khurniawan, Claire Kang, Matthias Hoegg and Kouhei Nakama
    • Freezing Bubble Mixture by Chris Broste
  • Audio
    • "VLI" by Skee Mask
    • "At Sunrise" by Youth Team
    • Litter Yeti song by Shively Humperdunk
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Bubbles Buried in This Jungle" (credited as "Bubbles Buried In The Jungle") by Death Grips
    • Dusk Walk score by Zane Taylor and Cedar Lange
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Hope" by Max Cooper
    • "Nordlicht" by Flug 08

Season 9 (2019)

32. "Fashion"

  • Sep 3, 2019
  • Visual
    • Leigh Bowery footage from The Clothes Show provided by Getty Images
    • Fall/Winter 2059 by Andy and Sam Rolfes
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Kinetic Salad Man by David Henry Nobody Jr.
    • "Horse" music video by Vedran Rupic
    • Dondus Fingertrap by Felipe Di Poi Tamargo, script by Steven Markow
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Bookaka by Kokofreakbean
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Unabomber Speckles drawing provided by R. Land, animation by Jordan Gum
    • Stock image and sewing footage provided by iStock (uncredited)
    • Mr. Blessing Man by Qieer Wang
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Heavy Metal" music video by Filip Nilsson
    • A Dance Video by Aaron Whitney Bjork (+1)
  • Audio
    • Fall/Winter 2059 music by Rabit
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Horse" by Salvatore Ganacci
    • Dondus Fingertrap voice by Steven Markow
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Pleated Approach" by Longmont Potion Castle
    • "Heavy Metal" by Justice
    • "Baby's Tears Blues" by Mort Garson

33. "Trash"

  • Oct 29, 2019
  • Visual
    • Quentin and His Birdbox Orchestra by Sean Reynard
    • Garbage Rave by Yilmaz Sen
    • Opening titles by Thomas Deininger
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Trash dumping footage provided by iStock (uncredited)
    • Extrapolate by Johan Rijpma
    • Bambi by Joseph Melhuish
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Global Warming by Koba K24
    • Pretty by Mary Dauterman
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The End Is Equal by Shively Humperdink
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Open Ocean by Nate Milton
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • #DISRUPT by Matt Reynolds
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Plastic Dreams by Bureau Klaus Alman (+1)
  • Audio
    • "Got Wet in the Bomb Shelter" by Tobacco
    • "Snowblind" by Tanya Tagaq
    • Open Ocean music by Buck St. Thomas
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "A Talk Inside the Piano" by The Secret Whistle

34. "Fire"

  • Nov 26, 2019
  • Visual
    • Lava Steak by Jenny Wysocki
    • Kilauea: The Fire Within by Lance Page
    • Fire Flowers by Jeff Lower
    • Drone Fireworks by Mikal Jakubal
    • Human Torch by John Walton (+2)
    • Fire Escape by Mikey McCusker
    • Light Me Up by Caitlin McCarthy
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • RIP by Cyriak Harris
    • Eruption by Steven Markow, animated by Cole Kush and Derrick Guerin
    • Sunspots by Morgan Beringer
    • Strange Dream by Alfie Dwyer
    • Viking Funeral by Sanjay Jit
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • Neighborhood Renewal by Matt Reynolds, backgrounds by Olga Sokal, animation assistance by Ingo Raschka, Kevin Eskew, Micah Stahl and Luca Depardon
    • Forest Fire by Kevin Gautraud (+1)
  • Audio
    • “Birth” by Rari
    • Light Me Up music and sound design by Skillbard
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • RIP score by Cyriak Harris (uncredited)
    • Eruption narration by Maria Micklasavage
    • “Freedom” by Moodie Black
    • “Praeludium No. 1, C Major” by Johann Sebastian Bach, arrangement by Daniel Philipp Stotz
    • “Someday We’ll Linger In The Sun” by Gaelynn Lea

35. "Patterns"

  • Dec 31, 2019
  • Visual
    • Opening titles by Adam Fuchs
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • "Repetition" (credited as "Repetitions") music video by Kevin McGloughlin
    • Historical Patterns by Robby Rackleff
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • The Blank Page by Jake Fried
      • commissioned for Off The Air
    • How to Stop by Sofia Pashaei
    • Where's Walter? by Michela M. Smith & Lucien Flores
    • Body Patterns by Milo Targett
    • "Someday" music video by Paraic McGloughlin
    • The Big Bounce footage supplied by the Prelinger Archives (uncredited)
  • Audio
    • "Repetition" (credited as "Repetitions") by Max Cooper
    • "Someday" by Weval
  • Note: This episode ends with a message saying "Thank You Million Monkeys" in lieu of the Million Monkeys, Inc. vanity card. Creator Dave Hughes confirmed on Twitter that this episode is the "last for now."

Season 10 (2020)

36. "Animals 2"

  • Jan 15, 2020
  • Visual
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • SteamBoat Willie - Antlope Johnny
  • Mouse Trap - Cheese Advertisement
  • Kangaroo Court - Capital Cities
  • Wildebeest - Jack Bugs
  • Screaming Animals - Bridgestones commercial
  • Blub Blubmix - Adam Fuck
  • Flamingos - ROLLIN' WILD
  • Rio 2016 Olympic Games: Trailer - BBC Sport
  • The Turning Point - Steve Cutts
  • commissioned for Off The Air

37. "Humans"

  • Jan 4, 2020
  • Visual
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Christmas - AsianVEVO
  • Old Macdonad a City - JerryFurry
  • Girl Party - Charlie Buck
  • Seen is not Fairy Tale - KoalaPets
  • Dance Man - DaveCharlie
    • commissioned for Off The Air

38. "Jungle"

  • Jan 5, 2020
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • The Lion Sleep Tonight
  • Parrot Dance - Adam Tom
  • Jungle Sing - Nicky Rick
  • Animal Party - Eico Sicro
  • Amazon Animals like a sport - VictoriaBox
  • Call A Jungle - JaguarVEVO
    • commissioned for Off The Air

39. "Family"

  • Jan 7, 2020
  • Visual
    • commissioned for Off The Air
  • Bar not seen Family - Oliver Park
  • Party Family - PopsVEVO
  • Dogs not Family - Jerry Adam
  • Pets Family - Bob Kitchen
  • Call a Family - Tom Jack
    • commissioned for Of Air

Specials (2013-25)

  • "Dan Deacon: U.S.A."
    • Jul 6, 2013

This 22-minute music video sets the last four songs of the Dan Deacon album America to videos pertaining to landscapes in the United States:

  • El hombre y la Tierra excerpt; Radical Updates by Andrew Benson
  • Cityscape Chicago by Eric Hines
  • Space Station footage supplied by Image Science and Analysis Laboratory at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center; Groosland by Dutch National Ballet, footage provided by Poorhouse International, Ltd.; CGI space objects by Adam Bruneau
  • American Harvest film supplied by Prelinger Archives
  • Head On by Lior Ben Horin
  • Murmuration by Liberty Smith and Sophie Windsor Clive; Cy's Sunrise Lefts by Cyrus Sutton and Korduroy.tv; Moonwalk performance by Dean Potter, cinematography by Reel Walter Productions, Ltd.
  • Primavera concert videos by Tom Bingham, Gill Austin, Jonathan Rej, and Jeff Crocker
  • Stone Mountain Ghillie Suits feat. Cody DeMatteis and Zach White, cinematography by Alan Steadman
  • "Seramthgin"
    • Nov 1, 2014

This special plays the episode "Nightmares" in reverse. Everything shown is also inverted, including the "[adult swim]" logo.

  • Nightmares Fear Factory Souvenir Fear pictures provided by Nightmares Fear Factory; image manipulation by Geoffrey Lillemon (of Random Studios), Christy Karacas, R. Land, Brandon Lively, Dax Norman, Trey Wadsworth, Terry White (of Fly Bitches)
  • Real Demons Caught on Tape by Justin Martinez
  • Crooked Rot by David Firth
  • You Ruined It by Michael Langan
  • Zombie Bands Suck by Liam Lynch
  • Homelands by Jimmy Joe Roche
  • Her Lovely Fears by Ben Wheele
  • "Headcleaner" music video by Alessandro Bevari
  • Coaster Test by Steve Cutts
  • Superduper by Thomas de Rijk
  • "Plaster Casts of Everything" music video by Patrick Daughters (of Riff Raff Films; +2)
  • "Dan Deacon: When I Was Done Dying"
    • Mar 24, 2015
    • This five-and-a-half minute music video sets the song "When I Was Done Dying" by Dan Deacon from his album Gliss Riffer to original animations by nine artists (in chronological order):
      • Jake Fried
      • Chad VanGaalen
      • Dimitri Stankowicz
      • Colin White
      • Taras Hrabowsky
      • Anthony F. Schepperd
      • Masanobu Hiraoka
      • Caleb Wood
      • Kokofreakbean
        • Mar 24, 2015
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