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E.G.G Q&A: Episode 2

Updated on August 15, 2014


Full spoilers for E.G.G Episode 2: Agents of E.G.G ahead. If you want to be in the loop, then I suggest you click here to read E.G.G Episode 2.


Well, I'd say that was a pretty explosive episode! No, seriously, things literally exploded. This past week we got a look into what exactly it is that Josh, Eileen, and Acacia do at E.G.G. As they assembled the prototype Repulsor Blaster for Director Fury, things got a little hairy, and Josh was thrown against the wall. Not to mention Acacia's nag for trouble playing with the Cosmic Gauntlet in the Feeding Pen! I mean, seriously! Cosmic energy is dangerous! Well, that's the basic sum up of what happened in the... wait? What's that you say? Oh yeah! The beginning, where Eileen was dying in Josh's arms, you want to hear about that, don't you? Well, kind of sucks to be you then because you're gonna have to wait! Oh man, I'm such a tease.


Well, there were no questions posted, so I guess I'll go ahead and ask the obvious one:

What the shell happened to Eileen?!?!

I already told you to wait and see! All I will say is, the last thing she reported to Josh was that Powell was outside of the Hall of E.G.G. So go back to the Introduction to E.G.G, read up on this Powell character, and do the math! Geez.

Okay, okay, fine. But will we at least figure out in the next episode?

Hahahahaha! NO! Now relax about it! Patience is a virtue.

What if I said pretty please with sugar on top?

Sweet (pun intended), but still no! Listen, you'll figure out soon enough. You wouldn't want to spoil the surprise early, would you? No? Then just wait a few more weeks. Rome wasn't built in a day you know.

Oh, alright. Here's a legit question: How did E.G.G get Iron Man's Arc Reactor technology to create the Repulsor Blaster?

I don't know. Maybe they asked nicely, or maybe they didn't ask at all... You'll see. Just wait, you'll see.


Well, again, there were no comments (Come on guys, what are you doing! Start a discussion!) But, someone did tag the episode as 'Beautiful'. Hm. Not necessarily how I'd describe it, but I buckled down and tried to see where this user is coming from. So, let's start with the definition of beautiful, taken exclusively from

Beautiful: having beauty; possessing qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc.; delighting the senses or mind; wonderful; very pleasing or satisfying.

Okay, so that's that. See what happens when you don't leave comments? We end up defining the word beautiful. Now then, let's review E.G.G Episode 2 and see if we can't find out what this user thought was beautiful about it. I picked out a few scenes I think might apply.

Exhibit A

Acacia fell to her knees, and began to cry. Josh took Eileen into his arms.

“Eileen…” He weakly cried. “How did this happen.”

-Well, certainly a beautiful moment, but it's kind of sad. You know, that beautiful that'll make you cry, like Harry at the end of Spider-Man 3. Don't judge me, I'm huge Spidey fan, that stuff makes me emotional.

Exhibit B

Eileen made her way to the Inner Shell, where she found Josh with an ice pack on his head.

“You okay?” She asked.

“I’ll be fine.” He said. “Just glad we finished the Repulsor Blaster in time.”

“Me too.” Eileen replied.

“So the hatchlings are gonna be here in three days?” He asked. Eileen nodded. Josh sat up. “Well, we’d better get started on fixing up the Feeding Pen.”

“Yeah.” Eileen agreed. They both got up and made their way to a long day of cleaning.

-Aw. That is kind of a beautiful ending, I'm not gonna lie. So, I guess our fellow user took this to be the most significant part of the story.

Well, aside from that, nothing more to comment on really. Guess we'll look ahead to the next episode!

Next Episode

At last! The third installment in the critically acclaimed E.G.G series! (Okay, so the critics are in my head.) Love is in the air in Mother Egg, but is it the good kind? A vial, a villain, and a kiss, this episode has the suspense, humor, and romance that makes E.G.G the best series ever! So read on as the Eggheads have yet another silly adventure, getting closer and closer to the incident that destroyed Eileen! Tune in tomorrow, August 15, and make sure you don't miss a thing in E.G.G Episode 3: The Kiss!

So what's the verdict on E.G.G Episode 2?

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LEAVE QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS! If I have to spend another Q&A session defining words like beautiful or flower power then I swear I'm gonna start writing romance novels! I mean, sure the next E.G.G is called The Kiss, but don't let that fool you! It's still as awesome as the other two!!!


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