While Frylock is in the pool Carl comes to question him.
Frylock denounces immortally, before cutting to him washing his fries in Carl's pool with a bottle of "Ceaseless" shampoo.Shake, Carl and Frylock each express disappointment in the episode.Meatwad optimistically suggests doing another joke in the show's final seconds, before the screen abruptly cuts to a message stating the episode was made in Georgia (which was used throughout the eleventh season and regularly in other productions made in Georgia), ending the series.After the shooting Frylock and Carl take Lambert to see a magic show by Unbelievable Ron, to help alleviate his boredom, which he had been expressing throughout the episode.During Ron's performance he accidentally kills his assistant by cutting her in half.This episode has been made available for digital purchase and is available for on demand streaming on Hulu Plus.
Master Shake and Meatwad are watching a video of Shake photobombing clams from the previous weekend on television.
35 years in the future Meatwad is visiting Frylock in prison.
Frylock explains that Meatwad needs to track down Lambert (in the form of four white birds) to get him and Carl exonerated.
The episode immediately preceding this one, "The Last One Forever and Ever (For Real This Time) (We Fucking Mean It)", was falsely promoted as the series finale and aired on August 23, 2015.
"The Greatest Story Ever Told" was then quietly released online on August 26, 2015 as a hidden Easter egg on the Adult Swim website.
It later made its television debut in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block Adult Swim on August 30, 2015, with very little promotion and was listed as a rerun of "Rabbot" on most television listings.