Scientific MethodEpisode 37: Foul Play December 31, 2014 4 Comments Roger, Carl, and Liz continue to compete in Robert Goodfellow’s game. Can Ruth arrive in time before it’s too late? Share this:Click to share on Mastodon (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) « Episode 36: CompetitionEpisode 38: Invitation »
I just noticed that Tiffany’s magazine in the opening credits is “Parochial”. That’s a nice touch.
I giggled out loud several times in this episode. Worm-guy was a nice take on an anime trope.
Many surprises in this episode. The first two matches were not fights at all! Then, when Liz got in the ring, she was actionless until she…licked up her nose-blood. Then she turned into a dynamo. What’s up with that? Then…Ruth! She got to the auditorium (or wherever they are) right when everything was over! Except that there was a pregnant exchange, so to call it, between Ruth and Robert Goodfellow. Just who or what is this Ruth? And what was with the smooches?
Karl has some facial hair. Is it an accident? A conscious fashion choice? A sign that he has sunk deeper into depression? Or what?
• As we’ve seen time and again, Liz’s hatred of clowns increases her strength and aggression. It’s why Clown King is so interested in her.
• Ruth’s secret will be revealed soon!
• Carl has grown accustomed to his facial hair, since growing it in South America.