- iTunes has the episode in HD for $2.99, or $1.99 if you prefer SD and you can always use those links to buy the full season for $18.99 in HD, $12.99 in SD.
- If you have a subscription to an existing cable provider the episode is up on Adult Swim Gold for you.
- If you're an Amazon fan then it's in HD for $2.99 or regular SD for $1.99 and you can also get season pass in HD or season pass in SD. Season passes can be cancelled at any time and you're only charged for new episodes when they come out.
This week's shirt club shirt has also been announced: it's a very minor spoiler (maybe), so I won't say what it is just in case, but you can totally buy it for money now.
This week's Shirt Club shirts have also been revealed: Palaemon Project and HankCo. Also there's still time to subscribe if you want all of the shirts, plus the subscriber exclusive.
The episode is also up on YouTube! Adult Swim put it up in full HD, even. I don't know how long it will hang around, but it's there in all its glory.
LA Weekly talked to Jackson and Doc in depth about the show's production and gives you five things you may not have known about it.
A Site Called Fred has a Bit of a Chat with Jackson that you can give a listen. They talk about muumuus, shirts, George Lucas, interns, arcs, and founding fathers.
IGN's interview delves into how production of the show has been going and how they plan on it going in the future, plus some small reveals (or whatever the reverse of a reveal is).
Newsarama also has an interview about the Halloween special, Shirt Club and being on a first name basis with The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend.
Except that Iâ€™m interviewing you, and the whole reason Iâ€™m interviewing you is to ask what's happening in this season.
JP: Well, there's your mistake. Why don't you ask what you think you want to know and we'll see if we can answer it or be colorful about answering.
DH: Getting to your original point, I don't think that's really the point of an interview, to find out what's going to happen. You could find out how we write, you could find out what the show is about in broader terms, we could talk about all the past seasons. I'm not sure, I think you might be incorrect. I just want to point that out.
You reject my entire premise.
DH: I think it's a flawed premise that journalism is the art of asking what's happening next.