Since there are 5 adults and 5 children 5 years old and under living in my home, I can totally related to that cartoon. About a month ago we had to replace the toilet in the 'guest' bathroom after it began overflowing 3 or 4 times a week. No matter what we did, it just kept overflowing. I'd wake up at 3am to use the facilities only to find a swimming pool where the bathroom ought to be. When the old toilet (Is commode more politically correct?) was removed a rat tail comb was found lodged inside. The comb could be removed, the flow restored and the new toilet returned; however, since the old toilet had already been removed and the new toilet had already been unboxed, and since the new toilet was a water saver and supposedly could handle just about anything the kids might flush, we decided to go ahead with the installation.
Apparently, the weinee (Drain King) gets connected to a garden hose, inserted into the clogged drain, and the faucet is turned on (the one connected to the other side of the hose). The weinee will expand, filling the pipe and blocking the water from backing up. Within seconds the drain will be cleared.
Here's the green part: No chemicals.