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As you can see, this furry fellow with the hat is wearing a wristband. After an exclusion of liability waiver was signed and the $5 proccessing fee was collected, each test subject was adorned with a wristband, deeming them a "Laboratory Specimen", upon entrance to the lab.

It should be noted that no one in The Fun Lab has any clue as to the identity of any of the people in the picture to the right.

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When neighbors "Scott & The Wife" arrived with a dog wearing a shirt, everyone was perplexed. When they introduced themselves as "The Angry Neighbors", saying that they're calling the police, everyone became rather defensive. But when they stayed for another 3 hours blatantly enjoying the kegs, everyone was relieved.

Austin Powers and Felicity Shagwell made an appearance, pulling dance moves from both Pulp Fiction and AP: Man of Mystery.

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The aging King of Rock'n'Roll, not only a little on the thick side, but wearing a large afro as well, was getting many curious looks from all.

Q: What do you get when 2 out of 3 Dixie Chicks show up to your Halloween party?
A: 2 Dixie Chicks.

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Dr. Whittlocke, in an effort to maintain his cold-fusion model for his "Soap and Shampoo Conservation Experiment", prepared a steaming bucket of steam.

The original plan of "Bobbing for Bananas" was shot down after we had learned that Dr. Bengsston had hoarded the entire banana supply for his "Slips & Falls" experiment to take place later out on the deck.

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But of course, the party really got cooking when Dr. Whittlocke borrowed the aging Elvis' afro and Dr. Gutenhosen broke out his "I Love Duran Duran" hat. The proverbial "lampshade" was still nowhere to be found...

...and, thank god, neither were the cops...

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