Suggested talking points: a title lobby, pretend friend trafficking, birkenstock analysis, manic pixie dream general, king dad, the rules of Peekaboo Tower, subsisting on basket food, pay to win magic, treaty beef, a metaphor for fuck, but her newspapers
Important little details concerning fairies in this week's story, called "Childe Roland." But, they're buried under a lot of nonsense about some very weird brothers, and Bobby Flay's attempt to end the Iron Chef competition once and for all.
This episode brought to you by executive producer Jerimiah, Aarne-Thompson type 440: The Frog King.
The right way to prep your voice for audio recording is to jam a big handful of jelly beans in your mouth right before hitting the go button. Also, we're going to take stock of where A.I. is and where it should be going.
Hey Ray Romano, we've got a juicy part for you to play in "Belphegor Marrying a Woman," almost GUARANTEED to win you an Oscar. It's got all the key bits: crying in garbage, being hunted for sport, the works. Hit us up.
This episode brought to you by executive producer Lily, Aarne-Thompson type 545: the cat as helper.
"One Eyes Two Eyes Three Eyes" tried to be a story about eye prejudice and dumb sisters, but by the end of this episode, it's... still in a rough place. Best pitch so far is changes involving a mechanical wolf.