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Invader Zim: Boyster Effect is a television film based off of the Invader Zim TV series and the Boyster TV series, which premiered on 2020. The film was released on Netflix, after its distribution rights were sold to the streaming service by Nickelodeon.

Plot Edit

As Cavendish reveals, Dib is in fact Professor Time, the inventor of time travel fifteen years later, as he changes his name for branding purposes, but Doof doesn't believe a single word of this.

Meanwhile, at the Human Detention Center (formerly known as Lard World), Gaz, who have been captured, meet Alicia and Ozzy, who were also captured, and doing some spying. Baljeet then recognizes Zack as the former lead singer of boy band the Lumberzacks. When Buford mentions that one of the pistachion guards were singing it, this gives Melissa an idea. So they distract the guards by singing the Lumberzacks' hit song, Chop Away at My Heart. While they sing, Melissa moves Martin toward a pig made of lard, hoping for Murphy's Law to go into effect. This takes a few seconds, but it finally occurs, causing the cage to fall apart, and the prisoners to escape. However, Martin, Brigette, and Sarah are captured.

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