This episode is weird. Well, all of the episodes are weird; it’s basically if David Lynch directed a road trip movie. What I mean is that the format is weird. It’s a back and forth between Keisha and Roberta Colindrez’s character; not like a conversation, more the POV shifts between the two.
I would like to note that, because Roberta Colindrez’s character doesn’t have a name, I will be adopting the name this Tumblr page has given her: the Watcher. Mostly to avoid having to type out “Roberta Colindrez’s character” a billions times.
Anyway, on to the episode!
In this episode, Keisha flirts a bit and encounters a mysterious ship.
Alice Isn’t Dead returned on Tuesday, and I for one couldn’t be happier.
Now we’re moving on to “The Naked Time,” which immediately makes me think of this:
So, I have noticed that I have a couple of new followers (welcome!). I have thus decided to make this little post introducing myself.
Hi! My name is Katie. I am a thirty-something living in northern Minnesota. I currently work in a call center (blech). I also like cats more than I like most people (see above).
I have been running this blog since 2013, but haven’t really been updating it seriously until this past January. The title, “Wrath Of The Bitch Queen,” is basically a play on the second World of Warcraft expansion, Wrath Of The Lich King. Because I am a fan of WoW, puns, and reclaiming the word “bitch.”
I am a huge nerd, and have been one for pretty much my entire life. I grew up watching numerous sci-fi series like Star Trek and Babylon 5, as well as a number of movies of the same genre. I also read a lot of sci-fi and fantasy novels, and have been very into video games since I was about 18. Those are the topics that I generally tend to blog about.
I also have a Patreon page and a PayPal (if you click the below donate button) if you wish to make a contribution. (Note: the PayPal page says the blog is called Nuclear F Bombs. That was the old title for the blog.)
So, welcome! I hope you enjoy. 🙂
I recently played the PC port of Mind Zero, a JRPG that was originally released in 2013 for the PlayStation Vita by DivZero and Aksys Games. I was not particularly impressed.