Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 47: Nightmare Hospital

PodcastTitleGC13, Ken, and Sophia discuss the episode that ended the post-#StevenBomb3 break: Nightmare Hospital. Ms. Molisee and Mr. Villeco definitely flexed their spooky-writing muscles when making this episode!

We can’t be sure that the cause for Earth’s impending expiration was revealed with this episode, but the fusion clusters certainly seem like they could do the job in sufficient numbers. Of course Connie and Steven definitely showed that their training was paying off, with Connie’s sword skills really shining.

Dr. Maheswaran was perplexing in this episode: on one hand her actions towards her “patients” obviously made sense in her world (everyone else at her hospital acted the same), but it’s still baffling to see for a viewer who sees how obviously strange the fusion clusters are.

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    • Saf on September 14, 2015 at 2:43 pm

    Great episode but Finn has aged significantly chronologically in adventure time he was 11 at the beginning his 12th birthday was mystery train and he says he is 16 in the comet.

    • Sophie on September 14, 2015 at 5:18 pm

    Yas Percy Jackson!
    I’m so happy new episodes are back and even more excited to see if Lars and Sadie finally become a couple. STEVEN HAS KNOWN ABOUT IT SINCE AN INDIRECT KISS LARSADIE WILL HAPPEN!
    The fandom has turned me into a crazy shipper.

      • sad sack on September 14, 2015 at 6:32 pm

      indirect kiss has nothing to do with larsadie.

    • ArtisticCatalyst on September 14, 2015 at 11:06 pm

    Sofia knows PJO, yes! Unpopular opinion, but the first movie wasn’t that bad. Ahh the new episodes are awesome. Amazing episode usual & you three didn’t talk about Nothing Like You at the end of Nightmare Hospital, but any thoughts and opinions on it? Love Like You is potentially a song Rose sings about Greg and that Nothing Like You is Rose singing about who she was before she met Greg or at the time of the Rebellion.
    {{Thought I’d throw this in here, but the three-parter episodes (The Beta, Earthlings, & Back to the Moon) airing maybe 5-6 months from now are speculated on Tumblr to be the three long stories Rose says back in We Need to Talk.}}

      • gc13 on September 15, 2015 at 12:17 am

      I don’t know about Ken or Sophia, but I watch it live, and they don’t use the music for the credits when they air it live. I’ve listened to the song after it was posted though, and I’m certain it’s Rose singing (almost certainly to Greg). She had to do some hard stuff during the rebellion, and was almost certainly aware of the cluster fusion experiments, but seems to be a nice person by nature.

      As for the three-parter, Matt Burnett has said on Twitter that there is no such thing.

      • Sophia on September 15, 2015 at 2:05 am

      Honestly the new ending song is too vague for me to place any solid conclusions. My best guesses:

      -The singer is Amethyst, mostly due to the “I always thought I might be bad”. The subject could either be all of the Crystal Gems or one in particular (my bets on Pearl if that’s the case)

      -The singer is Lapis, to Steven. Somethings fit (especially how the first part of the song was shown after Jailbreak) and nothing goes directly against it, but some things don’t make enough sense for it to be guaranteed.

      -The identity of the singer will become obvious in time, as events in the show progress we’ll see characters fit into the song better

      -The is no set singer or subject it’s meant to be dynamic and applicable to the the whole show

    • 0xalis on September 15, 2015 at 2:03 pm

    watching the episodes with gem experiments always make my stomach twist a bit.
    i honestly feel really really bad for the gems involved.
    reminds me of things like /That One Episode/ of Fullmetal Alchemist….

    and i think they keep the age ambiguous so kids of many ages can relate to the characters, perhaps?

      • Something Witty on September 15, 2015 at 4:52 pm

      Big brother…Edward…?

      • Jacob on September 15, 2015 at 8:04 pm

      If you’re talking about the episode from Brotherhood where a father combines his own daughter with their pet dog to make a chimera, or whatever they’re called, then yes that was very disturbing, to me anyways.

        • 0xalis on September 16, 2015 at 12:32 pm

        Yep! I figured people would get the reference lol

    • Something Witty on September 15, 2015 at 4:51 pm

    Connie: My mom says this doesnt represent a REAL emergency room.

    TV: How did his legs…get into…his brain!?

    Your move, Dr. Mahaeshwaren…

      • Michipoo18 on September 16, 2015 at 10:08 am


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