I’ve finally found my favorite series. I’ve watched these seasons 3 to 4 episodes every week for the past few months now. They are so funny and entertaining and it takes a lot of work to really get into but I keep watching and the humor keeps me laughing out loud the entire time.
Ive started watching steven universe season 7 episode 12 which is a really good episode. The humor isnt too bad and the plot isnt too confusing but still entertaining. It has a really nice balance of comedy and horror.
Ive said it before but the best episode of the show so far has to be episode 10. It is the episode where our hero dies. I love this episode. The story is so realistic and the way it was told and acted. The way everything was so well planned out. The way it was all shot and edited. It was funny and it was scary and it was just a really good episode.
You can’t go wrong with any form of reality TV. When a show tells the story of a character who gets killed, we have to be careful of what we watch. I personally don’t like to watch shows that give away too much, but then again, I don’t watch shows that give away too much. When a show has to tell a story of a character who dies, then that’s what we’ll watch. This is why it’s important to have a good story.
It was a really funny episode. It’s just hard to say what happens because it was just a lot of different things happening at different times. It was really cool to see the different things Steven was doing as he fought the Visionaries. The one thing I liked the most was the final sequence of Steven being on board a Visionary ship with his son, a Visionary pilot, and a Visionary pilot’s daughter. It was a very cool sequence and I wanted to see Steven do that.
Yeah, I would have done that too. It would have been cool to see him get out of a ship and fly into a battle. But I guess we’ll never know if that happened because the episode is so short.
I love that Steven had a family on board with him and that they all survived the battle. I’m sure they must have been awesome, but I don’t know how much I can really put into it.
The battle is actually a very nice sequence. The Visionaries were really, really mean to their son, Steven, and his family. Even though he survived, he was a little traumatized, and he was a Visionary. That’s awesome.
Well, not really, but I don’t think you can call it a “happy ending” because everything is revealed in the next episode. Steven is shown to be not a particularly bright kid, which was a concern because he had an accident with a car. The accident was pretty severe, but Steven survived, and he is not a Visionary. However, his family is not so lucky, and in fact, the Visionaries were only able to take one other Visionary down in the battle.
The family is still around, but the Visionaries only had one other Visionary to kill in the battle. The only way I can really think of to explain this is that Steven was a Visionary because of his accident, and the other Visionaries realized that he was an amnesiac and they went after him.