Current unlocked episodes

Right now these are the episodes you can currently watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider. It’s the Heart of the Crystal Gems bomb!

  • Now We’re Only Falling Apart
  • What’s Your Problem?
  • The Question
  • Made of Honor
  • Reunited
  • Catch and Release
  • Garnet’s Universe
  • Open Book

As of August 16 this list is still (mostly) going strong. Now We’re Only Falling Apart has been removed, but Garnet’s Universe and Open Book have been added.

On August 17 What’s Your Problem was likewise removed for Catch and Release.

Answer: Pink’s ship is a pair of legs

After Lion 4: Alternate Ending aired we wondered whether the ship at Rose’s desert trash dump, the ship that was most certainly Pink Diamond’s ship, was an arm or a pair of legs. Well, now that Legs From Here to Homeworld has aired we have our answer: Pink Diamond had a leg ship.

However it isn’t as small as the scaling at the time had led us to believe; when Reunited aired the scaling of the Diamonds relative to Blue’s ship and to Lion made it obvious that the ship was a pair of legs. We feel vindicated, however, because everyone in Beach City seems to agree with us that a pair of legs flying around does look silly.

We even learned a bit about the ships in the process. They seem to be totally uncrewed, and due to how they are controlled when Blue raised her arm to summon her ship in Steven’s Dream she was probably actually controlling it rather than just sending a signal to it.

Of course Pink’s ship wasn’t the only Diamond ship revealed during Legs From Here to Homeworld. Back when The Trial aired we got to see a large white body towering over Homeworld; after getting a much better look at it it appears that that wasn’t White Diamond herself, but was actually her ship.

It’s also not just a head, it’s an entire upper body. That makes it seem like it’s set up for a fan theory that’s been popular ever since Blue and Yellow, the two on the middle section of the original Diamond Authority symbol, had arm ships: the merging of the four Diamond ships into one body ship. As Steven Universe does love to reference anime, don’t be surprised if the Diamond Authority has to form Voltron before the series concludes.

So the series has revealed the answer to another mystery to us. What answers will we get next?

Save the Light coming to PC

The port is finally finished and Grumpyface has finally given us the news: Save the Light will soon be available on Steam!

Of course there’s another announcement coming up, and since this PC port has been announced it seems very likely that the Switch port accidentally revealed earlier this month will be coming too.

If you haven’t played Save the Light because it wasn’t on your platform of choice, get ready to play!

Official teaser for the Steven Universe movie

Yes, with all of the hype about Legs From Here to Homeworld finally starting to die down, it’s time to talk about another big information drop from SDCC: Steven Universe will be getting a TV movie!

Based off of the official teaser Cartoon Network revealed at the convention and has since posted online, which heavily features what looks like an active harmony core, we can only assume that it will tie into the Harmony miniseries, placing it not long after Sadie Killer in the show’s timeline.

If you still haven’t seen the teaser, here it is:

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 201: Legs From Here to Homeworld

GC13, Isabelle, Sophia, and David discuss Legs From Here to Homeworld, premiered at San Diego Comic Con on Saturday and posted to the Cartoon Network app on Sunday.

Oh boy, if you haven’t seen the episode then watch it. We’re all about that new Steven Universe, and you don’t want to be left behind.

By the way, if you’d like to commission a piece of art from Sophia, check her Weebly page.

Legs From Here to Homeworld available on the Cartoon Network app

It’s not unlocked, but if you can log in with a cable provider you can watch Legs From Here to Homeworld on Cartoon Network’s app or website.  (Speaking from the next day, it should also now be available on your TV provider’s On Demand section if you have one.)

What did we think of it? Well, it’s almost Monday, isn’t it?

(If you haven’t seen the episode yet, Pearl should give you a good idea of how big a deal this episode is. There’s a reason they put it online just a day after premiering it at SDCC rather than wait forever for it to finally air, and if you can’t watch it soon you should be very careful about the myriad spoilers flying around the fandom.)

Steven Universe air times for July 23-29, 2018

All times are EDT.

Cartoon Network

Monday:
6:00 AM: Sadie’s Song

Tuesday:
6:00 AM: Catch and Release

Wednesday:
6:00 AM: When it Rains

Thursday:
6:00 AM: Back to the Barn

Friday:
6:00 AM: Too Far

Boomerang

Saturday:
9:00 PM: Onion Friend
9:15 PM: Historical Friction
9:30 PM: Friend Ship
9:45 PM: Nightmare Hospital

Sunday:
9:00 PM: Sadie’s Song
9:15 PM: Catch and Release
9:30 PM: When it Rains
9:45 PM: Back to the Barn

Unlocked episodes as of July 20, 2018

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

  • Future Boy Zoltron
  • Mr. Greg
  • Sadie’s Song
  • Beach Party
  • Steven and the Stevens

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 200: The State of the Universe

GC13 and David discuss the state of Steven Universe: where its story has been, and where it’s going.

The State of the Universe is strong. Even though so much has changed since the beginning of the show (do you remember ruins? Monsters of the week? Distance models?), as the show has changed it’s kept everyone intrigued.

Now we just have to wonder what we always wonder about: what’s coming next?

Steven Universe air times for July 16-22, 2018 (Cartoon Network – 2.25 hours; Boomerang – 2 hours)

All times are EDT.

Cartoon Network

Monday:
6:00 AM: Keystone Motel

Tuesday:
6:00 AM: Onion Friend

Wednesday:
6:00 AM: Historical Friction

Thursday:
6:00 AM: Friend Ship

Friday:
6:00 AM: Nightmare Hospital

Saturday: Beach-a-palooza
7:00 PM: Beach Party
7:15 PM: Steven and the Stevens
7:30 PM: Sadie’s Song
7:45 PM: Mr. Greg

Boomerang

Saturday:
9:00 PM: Reformed
9:15 PM: Sworn to the Sword
9:30 PM: Rising Tides, Crashing Skies
9:45 PM: Keeping It Together

Sunday:
9:00 PM: We Need to Talk
9:15 PM: Chille Tid
9:30 PM: Cry For Help
9:45 PM: Keystone Motel