Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 71: Joking Victim

PodcastTitleGC13, Sophia, and Hunter discuss that wacky episode: Joking Victim. It has fire breathing and a giant bowl of ice cream (but somewhere in Delmarva there’s a bigger bowl), so you know it’s going to be good.

After the obligatory beating up on Lars comes a discussion of Steven Universe’s hottest tune: Do or Donut! Mr. Smiley needs to put out his next album soon, because as far as we’re concerned he’s pure gold. (If you haven’t seen the old Wendy’s training video, Hot Drinks, make sure to check it out.)

Of course no one is perfect in Steven Universe (even Mayor Dewey has his flaws, however slight). Maybe Greg could help Mr. Smiley promote his hypothetical album by being his band leader…


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  1. just a note, I comment before listening. joking victim is a bad episode, also,first.

    1. this is what happens when you put a youtube-bred baby on lunarseaspire.

      1. listened to the episode now, and I was wondering, why do you guys never put little bits of sound and jokes after the outro?

          • Ken on January 26, 2016 at 9:31 am

          Normally because either 1) there was nothing good recorded to put there, 2) we are too lazy to add something, or 3) we forget. When none of those three things happen (which seems to be a minority of the time) we add the extra bit at the end.

    • Rogna on January 25, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    “HOT DRINKS really get you get goin’! Warms you up when you feel you’re slowin’!”

    • peridactyl on January 26, 2016 at 12:48 am

    Sophia you are giving too much credit to Lars. He is a shallow, mean spirited little bully, and my judgement is definitely not clouded cuz i ship Ronaldo and Sadie. XP

    • Something Witty on January 26, 2016 at 4:41 am


    But yeah, this one’s gotta be one of my lease favorite right alongside Shirt Club and Frybo.

    But young Mr. Smiley saved it a little bit.

    • Bugberry on January 26, 2016 at 8:35 am

    This, Island Adventure, and Sadie’s Song all show my problem with Sadie. I know she’s a complex character, but these episodes give her too much leeway for her crappy behavior, unlike all the episodes where Lars is crappy and is punished for it. Just as Sadie is a good person that does bad things, Lars is a generally bad person that still does good things for good reasons. All we know about Lars’ deeper feelings are from what we saw in Horror Club, and Sadie only comes across as good as she does because she’s usually paired with Lars.

    • MeingroessterFan on January 26, 2016 at 9:09 am

    I don’t really care who’s a good person and who isn’t; when Lars is on screen, I feel like the world is a slightly worse place, and no character development will be able to change that.

    • Scott on January 26, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    I don’t think Lars and Sadie hooked up. I think that Sadie was just really happy to get attention from Lars.

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