Robot working in an auto shop? As long as they don’t have her drinking the oil, we should be good.
This is going to be every week? I don’t know if I need the weekly reminder that the fourth dimension is just an extension of the first dimension. Seriously, no one on the team called these guys out on this?
Wow…this guy reminds me of Pierre Despereaux from Psych if anyone has watched that series. I think I saw Loser in the opening sequence too, so he might end up being a pretty fun addition to the team!
Wait…what? Okay, this scene is awesome…
You would think the guy might leave some specific instructions for a robot. This is just preparing for a big reveal about his true instructions at the end of the series, right?
Is there a reason why it makes sense for her to have the coil hanging around her neck like that? Is it a fashion statement? I feel like she’d be much more inconspicuous as a robot if she hid that under her clothes.
Haha this guy is great!
And suddenly…team up! Foreshadowing for the rest of the series?
Why do I get the feeling she’s going to go to the exact building where Loser’s son is hiding?
So is Loser trying to avenge his wife? If so, why is he stealing art? Maybe the art theft is a cover for his true intentions, explaining why he always fails.
Wow…this battle ended quickly. Also, Numbers? Are these supposed to be the “chosen coils” or something?
That’s very convincing…
I really don’t like this wording…I don’t even know if it’s the translator’s fault. This line makes it sound like the entire fourth dimension is collapsing, which feels misleading. And it can’t be some other arbitrary dimension collapsing because they wouldn’t have made such a big deal about Dimension W if there were other dimensions available, right? My explanation is something like this: when coils create their connection to the fourth dimension, they create their own distortions in space-time, which is what actually collapsed here.
(Nerd moment) While it was a bit gruesome, the scene with the curator and his robots was very interesting. Are we supposed to believe that the curator pushed and pulled through the fourth dimension into that figure? If we accept that the fourth dimension is actually time, that would mean that the curator from multiple points in time was compressed through the fourth dimension into a single point in time. Kind of cool, right? That would explain why there seemed to be multiple copies of him.
Please tell me the 007 numbering was on purpose. Also, why is it a three-digit number? Are there hundreds of these Numbers?
And blonde dude is alive as expected. But all of that aside, was this episode supposed to indicate that this series is going to move away from the Collector daily life towards a brawl with New Tesla? Could be an interesting progression. Looking forward to watching more.