Once again, the time has come! Episode 52 is now live! Visit the Season 4 page to listen to Constructive Criticism!
Following the fiasco that was his latest attempt at radio journalism, Officer Eiffel has retreated away from the crew, working long hours mostly by himself. Things take a turn for the worse, however, when a dangerous gas is accidentally released throughout the station. Quarantined in Hilbert's old lab while Hera works to undo the environmental damage, the crew and their prisoners resort to increasingly desperate means to fight off boredom, slow-simmering resentments, and Eiffel's growing insecurities about his place on the Hephaestus. Plus, tragic accidents, slight malfunctions, Franken-Nouveau decor, interjection-y glory, and a complete lack of moral compass.
This episode’s music features The Cello Sonata by Claude Debussy. This interpretation of the piece comes courtesy of Musopen. It was written by Sarah Shachat and directed by Gabriel Urbina.
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