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I would call this Bosco's Consperacy Theory Cornor, but I'm afraid that it would get a different kind of reply/reaction.
Anyway, I think I figured out a few things involving the connections between each episode that go deeper than how each episode ends.
I figure that Hugh Bliss is to blame for everything that is going on. Here's why:
Brady Culture's Easter Egg Bio on "Oh, Is He Still Alive?" meantions that he was in Prismatology for a while, the religon started by Hugh Bliss. It is possible that Hugh hypnotized him, possibly to create the Home for Child Stars to hypnotize people for whatever dimented reason that may be.
Harry Moleman must have apparently been a member of the "Home" somehow. Upon finding out who he really is, Hugh must have hypnotized and ordered him to replace the current Don Ted E. Bear in order to creat a factory of hypnobears.
As a distraction, Bliss had Culture hypnotize the Soda Poppers to create a distraction so that the police (reads: Sam & Max) won't suspect a thing.
Myra says that Hugh has been a guest on her show multiple times in the past. Chances are pretty high that he planted the Hypnobear after they were made and got her as well. Barring, of course, the line about the gift being from annoymous well-wishers.
Hey, it may be out of order as far as logic goes, but that's what I can piece right now.
And here are my assumptions as to what may end up happening:
That special bear that was delivered to Bosco may end up hypnotizing him. Same goes for any bears that were able to get delivered between when The Toy Mafia started to mass produce them and when Sam & Max blew up the factory.
I don't have a clue about what Plan B may be all about, but I have a feeling given the next episode's title that it may involve an Lincon animatronic. In which case, if that holds true, I say bring on the anti-Disney Jokes!:D
I'll add to this once the next episode comes out to the rest of the world, seeing how I don't have a GameTap membership. Here's hoping I get close to what the writers are really doing.