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Episode 4x01: "Echoes"
Welcome back to Meta Station, for the first of our weekly Season 4 recaps!

Welcome back to Meta Station, for the first of our weekly Season 4 recaps! We’re crazypants excited about this episode and can’t wait to yell about it with you! And don’t miss the bonus content from this episode; we talked for about 45 minutes about that Kane/Bellamy scene, and also did some giggling about Roan’s dorky crown.

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0:00 – *Octavia Blake voice* WE’RE BACK, BITCHES!
0:03 – The Jasper of It All: Dear Show, Please Don’t Fuck This Up
0:13 – Erin Gets Real About Mental Health
0:29 – Supergenius Raven + Bravenlarke Rising
0:33 – Hot Damn We Have a Lot of Jokes About Extended Warranties for Nuclear Power Plants
0:38 – We Would Like to Place an Order for One Backstory with a Side of Plot Agency for Harper
0:43 – Our Murphamy Hopes Were Dashed, But We’re Psyched About Memori
0:58 – The Polis A-Story: Or, Holy Shit It’s Great to Have the Whole Gang Back Together
1:11 – The Badass Bellarke Leader Squad Is Back on Top Where They Belong
1:25 – Clarke and the Flame: In Which the Show Does Justice to Lexa and the Reality of Grief
1:43 – Clarke & Kabby vs. Octavia & Jasper: Choosing Life vs. Choosing Death
1:49 – The Bellarke/Kabby Power Squad
1:56 – R.I.P. the Azgeda Guards Too Dumb to Spot the Ol’ Live-Person-in-a-Body-Bag Trick
1:59 – HOT TAKE: Roan Is the Lincoln of Azgeda
2:11 – Claire Hates Saying “Heavy Lies the Crown” Because Misquoting Shakespeare Makes Her Stabby; Also, See You Next Week With A SPECIAL GUEST????


Junkers G.38 diesel-powered transport/airliner, later upgraded to more conventional gasoline engines, at the time the world’s largest aircraft in service, designed to compete with the Zeppelins.

Only two units build in the late 20′s, one lost in an accident in 1936, while the remaining unit was destroyed in an airfield by RAF aircraft in 1941.

«A century and a half ago, I lived with my people, the Mapuche. My sister was Pire. Our parents named her after the snow on the mountains because of her fair skin. […]

She came to me one day in secret and told me of the angel that found her in the woods, that visited her by night. I warned her. [..]

I could not save her. The child ripped his way free of her, and she died quickly, begging all the while that I would care for her Nahuel. Her dying wish—and I agreed. “He bit me, though, when I tried to lift him from her body. I crawled away into the jungle to die. I didn’t get far—the pain was too much. But he found me; the newborn child struggled through the underbrush to my side and waited for me. When the pain ended, he was curled against my side, sleeping.»

Breaking Dawn, Chapter 38. Power.

What Miyamoto & Aonuma have to say about Oot Zelink

Interviewer: Does Link have a girlfriend?
Miyamoto: If it was Princess Zelda, it would be great. However, this time Navi [the fairy] is jealous of Zelda. So within the story, Navi feels something for Link.

More recently, Eiji Aonuma stated in a Nintendo Power interview[38]:

After the time warp, when Link wakes up seven years later, he’s extremely concerned about what has become of Zelda. If he found out right away, that wouldn’t be very interesting, but if he didn’t know until the very end, and then he learned that she’d been captured by Ganon all that time, that would be even worse.

And lastly, in the video documentary titled “The History of Zelda”, Miyamoto comments[39]:

Ocarina was fun, and it also was Zelda-like…the story’s a little romantic, though, which is not very Zelda-like.


Jesus was moved to redemptive action to salvage a world wrecked by sin and death. Sinners needed forgiveness. Falsehood needed correcting. Diseases needed curing. Demoniacs needed deliverance. Hunger and thirst needed satiation. Storms needed stilling. Death needed defeating. Life needed restoring. A short report on Christ’s ministry in the book of Acts informs us that Jesus went about doing good, being full of the Holy Spirit and power (cf. Acts 10:38). In him we see the kingdom of God in dynamic action, the renewal of abundant or bountiful life, and the coming of a new creation. 
—  David K. Naugle, Reordered Love, Reordered Lives: Learning the Deep Meaning of Happiness