The classic LucasArts adventure game Maniac Mansion arrived on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987 courtesy of Jaleco and quickly became a memorable experience for many NES fans. One of the memorable elements of Maniac Mansion involves the publishing house Three Guys Who Publish Anything who, true to their in-game television commercial, do indeed publish anything; that is, they publish all forms of media. The characters can send Mark Eteer of Three Guys any form of available media such as a manuscript or a cassette tape and, if it's worthy, they will offer a publishing contract. These contracts can be used to successfully complete the game. On the other hand, there are some things in Maniac Mansion that players can send to Three Guys that are not worthy of mass exposure. Sending a recording of a broken record, a badly formatted set of memoirs, or the horrible tentacle mating song will only confuse or anger Eteer, cutting off a potential avenue of winning the game. So just how many different things, right or wrong, can players send the publishing house and what happens when they do? In this YouTube video from Felix Neptune we see all possible outcomes of sending items to Three Guys. It's an amusing ride that encourages experimentation and exploration.