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Ken tries to save the day while GC13, Sophia, and Hunter talk about just about anything but Rose’s Room.
There’s not even much to summarize about this episode. It just… Is. Talk to us on our Tumblr account.
seriously? oh my god they CANNOT stay on topic. this is the most hilarious thing but dear lord.
The first season of SAO was good, and then it slowly, slowly gets progressively worse. The abridged version is hilarious.
I enjoyed this screwing around episode. This is what you should do when you run out of retrospective episodes to do.
Sorry, don’t love the random chat. You all seem like really fun/good people, but I don’t want to listen to the random chat podcast.
Agreed. Wouldn’t mind it as an “omake”, but not at the expense of the actual episode topic.
I don’t think the point was that Steven doesn’t have freedom, it was that he activities are being dictated by others. He specifically says he now has a place that he can go and they can’t. He could still go to other places, but the Gems could follow him there. He can’t do anything with the Gems because their too busy, and when he tries to do things on his own, they interfere. I can relate to this a ton. When I was a kid, and even sometimes now, my dad has a habit of being disinterested in my hobbies, but will then interfere and bug me about doing things with him.
I didn’t see so much that the room was able to create intelligent entities like Greg, it instead seemed like the room was creating people based on Steven’s knowledge of them, with Greg being the person he’s most familiar with. As for the room misinterpreting Steven’s intentions, it probably was having trouble orienting itself to Steven. It’s never had to deal with someone that has biological needs. By the next time we see him go there, the room has a better understanding of Steven’s mind, as well as what he needs, even if he doesn’t know it.
the description for this episode is beautiful
To answer the question you guys seem to have about the Gems’ clothing either being attached or removable:
Take a look at Amethyst’s foot. Then check out Pearl’s socks. Yeah.
I liked hearing your opinions, and yes, I would like to listen to more. But I like it when people talk about something when they say they will. So yes, I liked the podcast, and would like to see more like it, but I would like to listen to a steven universe podcast on a steven universe website talking about steven universe itself.
Do both versions. Just post them separately and label the off-topic versions something like ‘The Ringo Zone’ LOL! ok that is another podcast already 😉 Speaking of that podcast, they ALWAYS go off topic. Which is fine because I find that funny, but wish they would keep it separated. On Topic and Off Topic episodes should never fuse in my opinion 😉
I do not mind the mass amount of distractions, because I rather liked nearly all the topics. However I already listen to The Ringo Zone podcast to get my fill of a bunch of off topic nerds. Loved the episode, but I prefer a more on topic conversations.
CREAM CORN IS LIFE!!!
About the game, like i said on the Ringo Zone, is actualy something someone can play
“Batle Golfer Yui
i remember hearing about this game, on a episode of Retro Game Master (A japanese comedian who tries to finish a game in on siting).
Here is a long video about it:
The plot and everthing, reminds a lot of that Golf rpg with Steven, maybe that would be the reference? i am not sure, but maybe it was.”
Well, the stupid shit over nothing is good to me, but not all the time, balance and yadda yadda all that.
about elder scrolls games, i actualy ended Skryim, and tried Morrowind, for now, like 6 hours more or less, i liking the world, it feels diferent setting, with people making ants farms to eat eggs, and everthing looking insectoid and weird to my Orc thief but not really good at thiefing things.
And about the room being able to create clones of Steven’s friends and family, maybe the room is constructed entirely out of his gem. His gem could be a surveillance camera, or some sort of data repository if we go with Ken’s theory about the Test.
Steven’s gem collects information about his friends as some sort of second memory storage. The memories are then deposited into a database from which Rose’s Room retrieved the data necessary to create nearly exact clones of Beach City residents.
Notice how I said NEARLY exact. Since Steven is half-human, the process of the room retrieving his memories may have malfunctioned because it may be competing with Steven’s biological intelligence – his brain. It’s like having two entirely different computer drives trying to do the same function and failing, or even two different operating systems working together to do the same thing. Something will always get lost in translation, and in this case, Steven’s gem is unable to process humanoid emotions simply because it is not a human component of him.
Do more episodes like this!