The Ville 2.2. Crimson and Clover


(Nathan ) #1

New Warhorn Media post by Nathan Alberson:


(Nathan Smith) #2

Enjoyed the show. Seems to be going in a little different direction… but who knows in Sanityville. My kids loved it too :grin:


(Daniel Meyer) #3

Seems like unaccountable vigilantes…

Spoilers

…maybe aren’t the way to go.

On first listen I’m not sure how much of the end sequence was a dream.

Anyway, the story arc took quite a bit sharper angle than I expected!


(Jesse Tiersma) #4

This was sure interesting. The ending was definitely not what I expected.


(Eric Wilson) #5

This episode was entertaining, but I didn’t connect with it in the way that I did with other episodes of The Ville. But maybe others have more experience with vigilante justice, right?

I assume there was a reason that Shameus was given this unusual and elaborate backstory, but I can’t guess what it would be.


(Zak Carter) #6

I don’t know if it’s more unusual and elaborate than a rite of passage involving a fight with a 7-armed octopus that lives in a cave of treasures at the bottom of a fresh-water lake in North America. :slight_smile:

I think this backstory means we’ll be seeing a lot more of Shameus in future episodes, which I’m pretty stoked about.


(Nathan Smith) #7

I figured it was spelled “Seamus.”

What about it, @nathanalberson?


(Nathan ) #8

Yes it is spelled Seamus.


(Eric Wilson) #9

Agree, this is evidently a first chapter of the next saga. And just because I don’t connect with a story about vigilante justice doesn’t mean that is couldn’t be useful for someone in the Ville.


(Jesse Tiersma) #10

Undoubtedly to thwart the return of Pastor Stu.:slightly_smiling_face: