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(Episode: “The Dreadful Doll”)
Synopsis: The Quests are diverted from marine biology, first by the appearance of a spy sub, then by villagers with a voodoo problem. The voodoo is a smokescreen…er, zombie-drug-screen…to hide the construction of an undersea base, and the situation escalates faster than you can say “Wade Davis.” Highlights of this episode include turbanless Hadji and Bannon beefcake, because the dreadful doll is a doggone distraction.
Welcome back, campers! We all needed a break after fighting that giant turkey, no doubt. (Note to self: do not accept holiday food gifts from Dr. Zin.) Let’s check in with the Quest clan from a rather academic point of view.
Tip 61: Knowledge can be applicable in, shall we say, all sorts of places.
In the director’s commentary to his horror classic The Fall of the House of Usher, Roger Corman goes on at enthusiastic lengths about the Freudian symbolism of the burial chamber.
What does that have to do with the price of voodoo in Questland, you ask?
Fortunately, such profound psychological pondering doesn’t get in the way of a daring Quest rescue, followed by an explosion.
So it all works out in the… *immature giggle*
Next time: I come up with a Friday category for “Thing I got from Netflix thinking I was getting another thing, then watched it anyway.”
Next time on TQfM!: We start an episode titled “A Small Matter of Pygmies.” This is not my fault.