By Dan Snierson
Updated August 09, 2012 at 08:40 PM EDT
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One of them is bound by a mission to eradicate sickness with the healing power of laughter, the other is on a mission to go on a lot of missions to eradicate terrorists.

They are Dr. Blake Downs (Rob Corddry) and Special Agent Trent Hauser (Paul Scheer), and their respective Adult Swim comedies, Childrens Hospital and NTSF:SD:SUV::, return with new episodes on Thursday night. At midnight on the season 4 premiere of Childrens Hospital, our doctors wage what is surely an unforgettable battle against a terrifying airborne amnesia. Fifteen short minutes later, on the season 2 premiere of NTSF, Trent goes undercover as a student at Nick Cannon High School to try to figure out who’s been abducting the popular children of San Diego’s elite. America’s Got Terror, indeed (sunglasses).

Perhaps you have thought to yourself: What would happen if these two forces for good humor joined together to create an video in which Corddry made 100-percent medically accurate diagnoses of Comic-Con fans while Scheer threw caution, logic, and basic facts to the wind as he sniffed out potential terrorist threats? Wonder no more, because it all went down one mid-July day in San Diego. Open up, say ahhh, and press play.

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