Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 276: Little Graduation and Prickly Pair

GC13 and David discuss the last two episodes of Steven Universe: Future’s opening salvo: Little Graduation and Prickly Pair.

Oh boy, we were worried about our beautiful baby boy’s future and now here it is. Please, we’re begging: get Steven some therapy! At the very least get him to use his Emotional Support Amethyst.

Where will the series go from here? How will it end? When will we get new episodes? Nobody knows, but try to believe in Steven.

This episode is also available on YouTube.

No air times for December 30, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Rick and Morty Season 4’s Ratings are Bad

It shouldn’t be controversial that Rick and Morty season four is being poorly received. Not only does the Internet generally dislike it, its ratings are also very bad as well. While Edge of Tomorty was able to get ratings that would fit in well in season three (the highest-rated season of the series), all subsequent episodes have ratings that would only fit in season one (the lowest-rated season of the series).

The first step to recovery is admitting that there’s a problem. Here’s to hoping that Rick and Morty admits it has a problem in time to make a comeback with season five.

Unlocked episodes as of December 27, 2019

Here’s what you can currently watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • Three Gems and a Baby
  • The Zoo
  • Back to the Moon
  • Story For Steven
  • Winter Forecast

Ratings for Snow Day and Why So Blue?

Steven Universe: Future continues to put up those good ratings. Snow Day had 716,000 viewers and Why So Blue? had 670,000. It was a very good day for Cartoon Network though, as you’ll see. Here’s how things stacked up:

  1. Teen Titans Go! at 10:30 AM with 776,000
  2. Teen Titans Go! at 10:45 AM with 734,000
  3. Steven Universe: Future at 8:00 PM with 716,000
  4. Steven Universe: Future at 8:15 PM with 670,000
  5. Amazing World of Gumball at 10:15 AM with 651,000
  6. Amazing World of Gumball at 10:00 AM with 618,000
  7. Ninjago at 12:30 PM with 337,000
  8. Transformers: Cyberverse at 6:30 AM with 237,000

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 275: Snow Day and Why So Blue?

GC13, Isabelle, and Sophia enter the game to discuss the two latest episodes of Steven Universe: Future: Snow Day and Why So Blue?.

They’re two very cute episodes, for different reasons. Our little boy’s all grown up, and he’s even been a vegetarian for like a month! Also, shows of strength are paradoxically signs of weakness. Maybe we should stick to subjective and debatable stuff like meep-morps?

This episode is also available on YouTube.

Steven Universe air times for December 23-29, 2019 (3 hours)

All times are EST.

Thursday:
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM: Steven Universe: The Movie

Saturday:
8:00 PM: Little Graduation
8:15 PM: Prickly Pair
8:30 PM: Snow Day
8:45 PM: Why So Blue?

Pink Diamond’s Character Growth After Volleyball

Just when we thought we knew Pink Diamond’s full character arc, Steven Universe: Future gives us the episode Volleyball to add an even earlier event. What Pink did to hear Pearl was certainly bad, and the scars she left on her lasted for thousands of years, but it’s what started Pink Diamond’s character growth.

As we know from Steven Universe: The Movie, Pink hadn’t finished growing by the time she got the Earth colony – Spinel could tell you that – but after hurting her Pearl she completely changed how her gem’s powers manifested. Instead of throwing tantrums she would heal wounds—perhaps hoping she could somehow heal her Pearl?

Unlocked episodes as of December 20, 2019

Here’s what you can currently watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • Three Gems and a Baby
  • I Am My Mom
  • Drop Beat Dad
  • Too Far
  • Winter Forecast

Ratings for Bluebird and A Very Special Episode

Steven Universe: Future continues to put up some very good ratings, with Bluebird being seen by 710,000 people and A Very Special Episode being seen by 709,000 people.

Here’s how Cartoon Network’s Saturday premiers went:

  1. Steven Universe: Future at 8:00 PM with 710,000
  2. Steven Universe: Future at 8:15 PM with 709,000
  3. Amazing World of Gumball at 10:15 AM with 560,000
  4. Amazing World of Gumball at 10:00 AM with 535,000
  5. Transformers: Cyberverse at 6:30 AM with 267,000