Every episode involves an attempt, by the remarkable rodents, to take over the world. In nearly every episode, their efforts fail.
One of the exceptions comes in "It's Only A Paper World". The resolute ratons use prodigious amounts of papier mache to construct an alternative world. After they finish, they lure Earth's inhabitants to it with free T-shirts. That, of course, leaves our entire planet for our long-tailed heroes.
Paul Craig Cobb reminds me of them, except that he's not quite as endearing. In fact, judging from his intentions, he's anything but--and, perhaps, dangerous. But he had a similar plan: Take over a place where there were no people (well, almost no people).
However, while Pinky and the Brain try to take over the world because, well, that's what they do, the Cobb fellow had a less noble purpose: He wanted to create a White Supremacist haven in Leith, North Dakota.
He moved into the town--which had 16 residents in the 2010 Census--last year and bought more than a dozen plots of land in the area. Now town officials are using the town's codes and ordinances to crack down on his holdings, most of which are rundown. According to mayor Ryan Schock, there is even talk of the town dissolving itself and ceding its power to the county. "He would still own his property," Schock explained. "But he can't control the city if there's no city government."
If that happens, Cobb could find himself pretty lonely. That's how Pinky and the Brain felt after they had the whole world to themselves, but nobody to rule.