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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by cannonz, Mar 10, 2014.
Better than the heist episode. But it was kinda icky.
I thought it was interesting that Summer went back home as her Elven archer persona...
Good Halloween costume. Presumably the magic arrows would still work, too (we'd seen magic working on Earth earlier in the episode).
For some reason, I couldn’t stop chuckling at the dragon passed out on his pile of riches which included a car.
This was the strongest of the new episodes, IMO. Though I'm gonna have to rewatch the all hiss dialog part of the episode. I'm pretty sure quite a few of the references flew over my head during my initial viewing.
It struck me as an episode that would make absolutely no sense if you hadn't seen enough of all the right sci-fi movies. Especially the dialog free snaky first contact bit. Although even granting and understanding the premise of infinite snake based time travel preemptive counterstrikes - I'm not entirely clearly how earth got dragged into it...
Liked the pic of Beth with disappointed look on her face carrying Jerry over the threshold.
The Venn diagram between fans of R&M and sci-fi/time travel movies has got to approach 100%.
As for how the earth got dragged into it, I guess Slippy pointed the finger back at Morty?
GREAT episode!!! Best of the season. Even the secondary plot with Jerry was good, but the stuff with the snakes and all the hissing language was terrific.
Why did Morty decide to revive the snake that bit him and what did he inject into it.
Anyway lots of fun!!!
He didn't revive the space snake. He bought a replacement snake at the pet store, used a sharpie to make it look like the space snake and stuffed the snake in the snake-suit. That's why Space Snakes couldn't "communicate" with astro-snake at first. The brood was hybrid space and Earth snake.
Not 100% for sure as I would fall outside the intersection.
There's always a troublemaker.