"Yes, he's infected but not harvested," Noranti explains, fully patting Scorpius on the shoulder and saying loudly, "She's doing well, Scorpius. You may leave her now," and then shoving him off Sikozu. He rolls over across the floor next to her and finally stands up. Noranti is the 900-year-old Grandmother Without Fear. "The Scarran in him is growing stronger," she explains, "overcoming his Sebacean personality." So that explains why you'd be so cavalier with him. I mean, Scorpius is already the scariest thing in the entire universe, I don't know why you wouldn't find his complete loss of rationality and sense draining away to be totally cuddly and fun. Scorpius starts to freak out, all spitting (so much saliva in this scene!) and growling and doing weird Wolfman movements. Sikozu assures Noranti loudly that he won't hurt them -- "I know him" -- and Scorpius flounders around some more. Noranti explains that Sikozu's talking only about his Sebacean side. I think Noranti is being kind, not to say naÃ¯ve, about their sex life. Scorpius uses the Scarran growly voice in some crazy talk and then says, "Kill it now." Noranti approaches, explaining about how they need to find the orbs -- they couldn't just say "eggs," no, because it's all about bluster this week -- and Scorpius insists: "Kill it now." She looks up at him, flopping and drooling, and there's great respect in her voice: "Forgive me, Scorpius." She blows a handful of Granny Blow in his face, earning herself a backhand, and goes down. Scorpius starts towards her, frothin' all on the mouth, and Sikozu screams, but the powder hits him, and he finally drops.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: A- | 1243 USERS: B-
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