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Episode 338/2x082

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Say "no" to evil drug companies.

Blogger Jonas
Date Posted November 2nd, 2007
Forum 14789|3=lg15}}
Length 1:59
Description I found something scary.
Location(s) The rented house
YouTube Tags lonelygirl15 lg15 danielbeast daniel jonas jonastko soccerstar hymnofone order
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried
Series Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Supervising Producer(s) Mary Feuer
Director(s) Marcello Daciano
Camera Justin Thompson
Vidplay Mary Feuer
Story Mary Feuer, Jan Libby, Jonathan Robert Kaplan, and Mesh Flinders
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser
Music Supervisor Seth Jacobs
Jonas Jackson Davis
Daniel Yousef Abu-Taleb
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Sarah and the City"
Next "The Ladies Room"
Previous by Jonas "Cat Hunt"
Next by Jonas "Groping in the Dark"

Connections is the three-hundred thirty-eighth video in the lonelygirl15 video series. It is also the eighty-second video of season two.


(Shown is a table with a Mac laptop. Jonas throws on it three paper plates, reading "The Hymn of One," "The Wyman Foundation," and "Verdus." Each plate has its respective company symbol.)

Jonas: I've been trying to put it all together. (sigh) What everything meant at that press conference that we walked in on. What it means? And, well, Daniel hasn't been much help.

(Scene cuts to a mirror that holds an image of Daniel at a desk, hovering over his laptop. Camera looks away from the virtual image to the real one.)

Daniel: Hey, Jonas, man. Check this out.

Jonas: Hm? What is it?

(The scene shows Daniel scrolling through Shown on his laptop screen is the video for "White & Nerdy" by 'Weird Al' Yankovic.)

Daniel: That girl Suzie, with the, uh, website, she got some videos linked. Some of the craziest videos I've seen on YouTube.

Jonas: Hm, okay. Have fun with that. It looks like it's just me. (Scene cuts to Jonas sitting at the black table with the three paper plates.) Okay, okay, okay. What do we know? (Holds up the plate that reads "The Hymn of one" with the HoO symbol.) The Hymn of One is a cult, which is a cover for the Order. (Puts down the Hymn of One plate. Holds up the plate that reads "The Wyman Foundation" with its logo.) Wyman Foundation which is, uh, a non-profit research organization which is, (bangs hands on table) drum roll, a cover for the Order. Now we got Verdus Pharmaceuticals. (Holds up the plate that reads "Verdus" with its logo.) Verdus Pharmaceuticals. (Brings close to camera. Puts down the plate) "Who are they?" you ask. Why, they are a mega-huge drug company. And the fact that they have been asked, and they are now working in conjunction (spreads plates in front of him and slams hands on each place when it's respective company names are mentioned.) with the Hymn of one and the Wyman Foundation, well, to me, that is scary. Even the name of the project, the "Lullaby Project," freaks me out. (Sings as he walks around his chair) "Rock-a-bye baby, on the tree tops, when the wind blows--" (sits back down) It's a demented song! It's a demented song! But I tell you what, it's actually a perfect soundtrack for all of this. So, (Clip of plates as camera twirls above them.) at the press conference, what did the guy say? The guy said that the Lullaby Project is gonna provide prenatal care for underprivileged women. I say to myself, "Well, wait a minute. Huh, that sounds interesting. That sounds innocent and benevolent and kind of a good thing." But wait a minute. I did a little digging (pulls laptop closer and opens it to reveal to the camera the Verdus website.) and I went to the Verdus website, and what did I find? Verdus is hosting a life extension panel. Okay. Life extension. That is right in the Order's area of interest. Am I right? Of course I'm right. (Hold up the plate labeled "Verdus.") So it looks like Verdus is now - once again, we have another one - a cover for the Order. (stacks on top of the other plates. Counts of each item on his fingers.) The Hymn of One, Wyman Foundation, Verdus Pharmaceuticals, the Lullaby Project. (lays head on arms) What does it all add up to? I'll find out. One thing we can be sure of; it's not good.


  • This is the second mention of, the first being in Is This The End?. Some fans speculate that there could be something more behind this site; others think it could simply be the Creators giving a "shout out" to a blog they like. However, because the first posting on the blog was on October 17th -- a week before its mention in the series -- and the author Suzie claims to have "deleted" her old LiveJournal account just before, it's likely that the site is part of the Breeniverse. There are other subtle clues to support this, such as Suzie talking in one post about transporting between Los Angeles and London, the settings for lonelygirl15 and KateModern, respectively.
  • The Verdus website ( has a Administrator Login and Client Login, but any usernames and passwords are unknown as of yet.
  • Jonas wears a Rolling Stone t-shirt in this video. In a prior thread on the forum, it was hypothesized that the Wyman Foundation is connected to former Stone Bill Wyman. (Forum thread link)