Hz. So Good

HZ. So Good is a chain of stores (a division of Blatz ent.) offering technological items, the sale of which is handled completely through coin-operated machines, thereby nearly doubling income for the company. Roger Wilco purchased a PocketPal connector from the Galaxy Galleria branch, although some say he bought it at RadioActive Schlock or Radio Shock.

In addition to the easy-to-read screens, the catalogs are also read aloud to further expediate the shopping experience.

Behind the scenesEdit

Radio Shock is a play on Radio Shack, whereas Hz So Good is a play on the John Mellencamp hit Hurts So Good. The name was changed due to a lawsuit from Radio Shack. Radio Shock was since moved to the Room Removed For Legal Reasons.