I've got a whale of a tale to tell you lads, a whale of a tale indeed, about the guys in the vault and their special guest, a traveling bard by the name of sunset, and they'll watch a movie! You would totally get that if you watched this episodes movie 20 Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
Hey wait, where is Crankshaft today? Out and about you say? Well I suppose the show will have to go on without him. In his absense we learn more about Dr. Torg's new play about himself from the actor that is playing Matt in the soon to be masterpiece. They also watch Rob Roy, The Highland Rogue, which they seemed to just want to be more like The Sword and the Rose.
It's just the Vault boys this time, watching a very entertaining movie from the far past. Listen to them discover the sass inherent in the characters, and delight in the fun dialogue as they comment on the fun dialoge. Also Dr. Torg has some big news about his acting career!
You can fly you can fly you can fly! Well not really, but listening to the dulcet tones of special guest Emma Fyffe playing an encrouching warlord queen will have you walking on air, which is basically the same thing. Also the vault crew watched the Disney animated classic Peter Pan.
Looking for tales of adventure, daring manouvers, and an odd amount of arrow murder. Well the Vault Fellas (not sure if that one will stick) have just the movie for you! The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men. They also find a space boy who is a refugee from the harrowing times of the 1990s. His tribe tried to escape the looming spector of Y2K, but could have have stumbled upon a much worse fate? Yes, the answer is yes because Y2K didn't really do anything... or did it?
Be careful of what you wish for, or not, I'm not your parental unit. Do what you are going to do. Oh, and by the way, if what you are going to do is listening to this particular transmission then you are in for a treat. The Vault gang finally has a guest again, just when things needed to be shaken up some. Their new pal Frankie the cactus is going to remind you about how cool your particular time period is, and make his way right to your heart. Don't believe me? Just listen and find out!
Yarr, it be time for another Vault A113, this time round the Vault Crew watches the classic tale of treasure and islands; Treasure Island. Will they understand the deep themes of the film, or get caught up with a young boy shoots a pirate in self defense? Hard to say. Also there's a little extra treat after the credits.
Been wondering where those vault boys have been, what with their madcap adventures and zany antics? Well wonder no longer because the boys are back in Vault A113, ready to dive into some of life's most difficult questions. They don't actually struggle with any of those this episode, but I imagine those kind of questions are on their way. Either way, it's good to be back!
This week the vault is visited by a long dormant hyperdimensional cube. He brings with him amazing insight on the multiverse, and how Ichabod Crane is the grand reason behind all life. We also learn about why it's a bad idea to let a frog drive.