The Tallest are glorified figureheads. Control Brains are the real power MVP.>>102934632
Oh boy, here we go again. Incoming autism:>Zim loses his memories in an accident involving his latest doomsday device. Now believing himself to be a normal human boy with a skin condition, our hero must survive a day in the wild as his base repairs itself.>Tak returns to Earth and forms a reluctant alliance with Dib to take down Zim. She becomes a regular after this episode.>Gaz wants tickets to a gaming convention sponsored by the Deelishus Weenie Corporation and is forced to help Tak carry out one of her schemes.>Zim takes Skoodge under his wing to help blend in on Earth, but gets paranoid when Skoodge becomes more popular than him.>The Tallest are transported to Earth in a teleporter accident (actually a social experiment by the Control Brains) and forced to take up residence in Zim's base. They quickly lose themselves in the vices of our beloved world, leaving Zim and Gir to steer their leaders back to greatness.>A Membrane-centric story that follows the Professor throughout a "normal" day at work, with Zim and Dib butting heads in the background. In the twist ending, the viewer is made to question whether or not the Professor is more knowledgeable of alien happenings than he lets on.
I'd also aim for more worldbuilding and lore-centric stuff, akin to what we got in Season 2. Maybe an hour-long special on the history of the Irken Empire?