Marshawn Lynch won't be eligible to play this Sunday against the Buffalo Bills due to his one-game suspension, but you can still get your weekly dose of Beast Mode via his hilarious reality show "No Script."

In Episode 3 of "No Script," the Oakland Raiders running back forces some of the show's writers and producers to do whatever he says as part of a hidden camera prank at a local sandwich spot. With Marshawn chirping instructions from the kitchen, the show's producer was told to act like a drug dealer, curse at customers, and ask if they want Hennessy with their order.

In the second half of the episode, Marshawn invites world famous acrobat Red Panda and her "high ass bike" into the studio to show off some of the tricks she regularly performs during halftime of NBA games.

Check out the full episode of "No Script" below.

Yesterday afternoon the NFL upheld Marshawn Lynch's one-game suspension despite his appeal in which he argued that other players have made contact with officials in the past and have not been suspended. 

During the second quarter of Oakland's 31-30 win against Chiefs last Thursday night, Marshawn ran onto the field to break up a scuffle between the Raiders' offensive linemen and Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters. Amid the altercation, Marshawn grabbed an official and was promptly ejected from the game. 

According to ESPN, Marcus Peters also spoke on Marshawn's behalf during the appeal process.

"Lynch had argued at Monday's appeal hearing that nine other players, including Aaron Donald and Taylor Lewan last season, have made contact with an official and none have been suspended, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter."

"The source also said that Peters spoke on Lynch's behalf during the hearing, which was held by conference call."

"Peters told Thrash that Lynch was trying to calm him and the situation."

In seven games this season, the 31-year old running back has rushed for just 266 yards and two touchdowns.

The Raiders, 3-4, will travel to Buffalo this Sunday for a matchup with the 4-2 Bills.