Despite the plot being at a bit of a standstill in episode 5 with the overabundance of romance, the humor was never-ending. From the Grim Reaper learning how to use a cellphone to him and Kim Shin trying to figure out the house passcode so Ji Eun Tak can actually enter - many scenes had me laughing away. I enjoy that the drama takes a moment to add in some comical relief, but emphasis on an intense story line with just small bits of comedy here and there could strike a better balance for this type of story.
Sadly, this episode left little to discuss as it relied heavily on advancing the good and the bad of the relationships between Kim Shin and Ji Eun Tak as well as Sunny and the Grim Reaper, nothing much more.
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It's mindlessly binge-watching television without worrying about the time. It's eating snacks in bed without a care about leftover crumbs. And it's wearing the same pair of pajamas all week while working from home. Welcome to \"goblin mode.\"
But this year, Oxford Languages incorporated a public vote into the process and asked people to cast their ballot between the top three expressions of the year: \"goblin mode,\" \"metaverse\" and \"#IStandWith.\"
So this last episode of Goblin Slayer was pretty nifty, mixing together the spin off about the other side characters and the main story as it simultaneously occurred. Taking place post-Ogre battle and after a few days of resting and recouping, we have Goblin Slayer checking the fence before heading into town with Farm Cow Girl. While this is occurring, Guild Girl is reviewing those up for promotion including a group of adventurers and Priestess. We also have a pair of Porcelain adventurers starting out trying to go on a giant rat killing quest in the sewers to mixed (Read:Bad, but not lethal) results. As this carries on, the warrior loses his sword to some massive cockroaches and is left despondent, trying to find a replacement weapon in the mean time, finally taking the advice of Goblin Slayer to find a replacement in the form of a club.
Its final episode recorded an 18.68% nationwide audience share, making it the sixth highest-rated drama in Korean cable television history. It received critical acclaim and became a cultural phenomenon in South Korea. The series won numerous awards, including the Grand Prize (Daesang) for writer Kim Eun-sook and Best Actor for Gong Yoo at the 53rd Baeksang Arts Awards.
Kim Shin (Gong Yoo), a decorated military general from the Goryeo Dynasty, is framed as a traitor and killed by the young king. Years after his death, he is cursed by the Almighty to stay immortal forever, enduring the pain of seeing his loved ones die as punishment for the soldiers he killed to protect his country. He becomes an immortal goblin, helping people with his powers and being a kind man in spite of his grieving past. The only way to put an end to his immortality is the Goblin's bride, whose aid in pulling out the sword will end his painful immortality.
The Korea Times stated, \"Its success was attributed to the creative plot\" and \"...the depth of perspective looking at life of the goblin that bears a bloody sword in his chest and has been given eternal life as punishment, immerses the audience into the fantasy story. The twist and complexity of life and death make the story more interesting.\"
The drama consistently topped cable television viewership ratings in its time slot. Its final episode recorded an 18.680% nationwide audience share according to Nielsen paid platform, making the episode the second highest rated in Korean cable television history. It became the first cable drama to surpass 20% ratings.
Iria: Episode 5 - Proud Heritage: The Battle is the fifth episode of The Saga: Iria. After the Milletian helps the Elves and Giants reclaim Shyllien Nature Reserve and Hillwen Mine respectively, they press on to fulfill Millia's revenge and defeat the Cessair.
She-Hulk episode 5 features a bunch of nods to existing MCU characters, from Thor and Doctor Strange namedrops to *that* exciting Daredevil tease. It also referenced a trio of superheroes who haven't technically been introduced into the Marvel-owned franchise before: Deadpool, X-Men's Cyclops, and Fantastic Four's The Thing.
First, some context: In 'Mean, Green, and Straight Poured Into Those Jeans', Jen Walters' colleague Pug (Josh Segarra) asks Nikki (Ginger Gonzaga) to tag along as he goes to pick up a couple of pairs of coveted sneakers, the Iron Man Threes. The duo's venture doesn't go as planned but the episode's credits sequence imagines what it'd look like if it had, and depicts illustrated versions of Pug and Nikki ogling over some Tony Stark-inspired shoes.
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The most clear story thread present in this episode concerns a pair of rookie adventurers taking on another classic early quest scenario: killing giant rats in a sewer. They lose their sword and talk to a procession of other characters about their options, eventually leading to a sit-down with the Goblin Slayer himself who gives them some good advice. The idea seems to be that this duo's interactions with the Slayer and other characters builds up this world to make it feel more alive. In that respect, adding this breadth of details works. But the episode still succumbs to the dry, flat sensibilities that have kept the show's engagement minimal in its least entertaining moments.
But framing the happenings of a fantasy town as boring and routine doesn't necessarily make for the most interesting half-hour of television. This episode feels like a collection of framing stories that would have been better used between more adventurous parts of episodes where more stuff actually happened. Putting them all together in this way just comes off like rote filler in a show that isn't running long enough to need it. It's kind of neat that this fantasy story is constructed with enough moving parts that an episode like this could be done so early, but just because they could do something like this doesn't mean they should.
The drama has aired only four episodes and it seems highly unlikely that the main lead, Shin, will die. But the promo shows Eun Tak trying to pull the sword off his chest, something that only she can do as she is the goblin's bride. This would ultimately end his immortal life, and Shin has been waiting for this for all the 900 years he has been alive. However, spoilers indicate that Eun Tak will be unable to pull the sword as only a Goblin's bride or wife will be able to do so.
The \"neomorph\" aliens in the new film are based on the goblin shark \"which has a jaw which hinges in two ways. It's scary, hideous beyond belief actually\", says Scott, the 79-year-old British-born director, who was also the brains behind Blade Runner. 59ce067264