Okay, this is now really starting to drag. Following at a discreet distance, Crichton shadows B'Sogg through the caverns. B'Sogg stops at one point to sniff the air before continuing. Ah, so that explains his double nose -- he's got a superior sense of smell. Of course, if he had only stood there half a second longer, he would have seen Crichton's floodlight coming around the corner. How subtle, Crichton. Crichton turns off his stupid-bright flashlight only when he hears the creak of a heavy metal door. Too late, because B'Sogg already knew Crichton was following him and specifically led him into a trap. Crichton finds the door, which is handily equipped with long ass spikes as a locking mechanism, and sees B'Sogg's stash of crystals. B'Sogg now makes his presence known -- he's standing way far back from the spiked door -- and says Crichton came to steal his crystals. They trade barbs until Crichton hears the keedva roaring in the distance. "What say we take this conversation elsewhere," Crichton suggests quickly. Nope. B'Sogg takes out a dog whistle and blows hard on it. Surprise! Surprise! It's the same high-pitched sound that usually drives the keedva off. Crichton realizes B'Sogg has been training the keedva for his own murderous purposes. The keedva slowly lumbers into the cavern next to B'Sogg and we can finally see the monster out of the shadows. It has the body of a gorilla and a face of a -- well, to put it in classic Jim Henson terms, the keedva is a cross between Labyrinth's Ludo and those biting things on sticks that were being used to tease Ludo.
Episode Report CardKeckler: B- | 867 USERS: C+
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