Darkplace – Skipper the Eyechild

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We begin both Dr. Daglass and Dr. Sanchez stopping what looks like an eyeball boss that would be too dirty to be used in the Legend of Zelda. Dirty, because it does it’s own dirty business on a patient, orally. No, I’m not going to show it to you. Just the mere thought of it was disgusting. The man who got raped by the eyeball gives birth to the eyechild, and Dr. Daglass takes care of it as his own baby, and names it Skipper. I don’t know why this episode’s title has the name eyechild in it, and I don’t know why I even called it that in the last sentence either. Its more like eyebaby to me.

Dr. Daglass secretly takes care of Skipper, because the whole hospital finds the eyebaby as a potential threat, because of what it’s kind did to one of their patients. The only one who first figures out about Skipper was Liz, thanks to her psychic ability. Dr. Daglass goes on the rooftop with Skipper and sings the only song anyone ever sings in this show (or at least I think it’s the only song that is ever sung).

But then Thornton Reed gathers the whole hospital and a toy helicopter to take the eyebaby away from Dr. Douglass.

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This is how Hollywood will finally get rid of Michael Bay.

Rick tries to escape in a chase scene in the hospital that I find pretty funny, until he gets pinned down. This then leads up to my favorite scene in this show, by far. Rick walks up to the cuteness of Skipper, puts his finger inside of Skipper’s mouth, which was pretty gross, and then gets bit by the eyebaby! This then makes Dr. Daglass beat Skipper up to death, and it is just pure comedy gold for me! The story ends with Dr. Daglass starring at the sunset on the fake set-I mean rooftop, having memories of his dead child/cricket.

This episode was both cute and funny, even though it started off pretty provocative. This episode does give us a little bit more about Rick Daglass that we didn’t get to see before, and that was his family. I love how we get a chance to see more about him in a span of just 6 episodes, and it all worked out just fine. I really do consider this to be my personal favorite episode for being so many things in under half an hour.

So, that was it for this month. I promised you an episode for Re-run-a-ween, and you got it! Hopefully, I will have a much better Re-run-a-ween next year, and I’ll see ya next time!

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