The Millennium's a-Comin' is episode 62c of Comedy World. It premiered on Kids' WB on August 18, 2001.
Carver spits a piece of gum on PC Guy's telescope, but once he discovers that the gum looks like an asteroid, he decides to fool everyone in Lakeside into thinking that an asteroid is going to hit Earth!
- Andrew Rannells as PC Guy, The Narrator, Christian and Larry
- Josh Peck as Eric
- Veronica Taylor as Carver
- Gary Sauls as Joey
- Edward Felker as Stanley and Luke
- Mike Pollock as Principal Walker
- The initial airing of this episode had Principal Walker describing the "asteroid" as "damning". When it aired again on the following Monday, it was changed to "convincing".
- The cast and crew seems to be divided on this matter. Andrew Rannells has recalled the line having "damning" in it, but Mike Pollock has denied recording "damning".
- What makes matters worse is that the original airing is considered to be lost. While it is rumored to be stashed somewhere in Chatterbox Productions' vault, it is still very unlikely to see the light of day, as what goes in the vault, stays in the vault.
- In April 2017, a user on YouTube stated he had the full original airing in "mint condition". However, just seconds after uploading it, his account was terminated by Warner Bros. for copyright, and he was never heard from again. Another person tried to download the video right when it was uploaded, but he accidentally clicked out of the tab, which caused extreme frustration.
- On January 21, 2019, another user, though this time on a Comedy World fansite (Lakeside City Forums), claimed to have the original airing, and uploaded it to Google Drive. However, the recording abruptly cut to static right before Walker could be heard saying "damning", and after two minutes, it cut to black, ending the video. The user shortly deleted their account afterwards for unknown reasons.
- Along with its sister episodes, The Game of Lice and Occupied!, the color palette in this segment is darker than usual and is more washed out.
- The title is a reference to the infamous Y2K scare.
- This episode is available on the Season 4 Volume 1 box set.
- Although this episode premiered in 2001, it was made in 2000 according to the copyright date at the end of the credits.