(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.
Tip 60: There are subs, and then there are subs.
Always be clear what you mean, campers: This “sub,” for example, is a secret evil construction project built under cover of voodoo.
Meanwhile, the voodoo guy himself is called upon as a sub: a substitute for a decent guard.
Clarity (with no small help from any children who may come to your aid in time of need) will see you through.
Next time: To hell with “based on a true story”; Night of the Demon is based on a good story, and I’ve finally watched it!
Next time on TQfM!: Another rescue, the ghost of Sigmund Freud has a laugh, and the episode ends.