Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire

Season 1 Episode 3

Our Bounties Ourselves

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Apr 16, 2009 on Comedy Central
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Krod and his group devise a way to avoid the bounty on their heads while simultaneously infiltrating Dongalor's castle through the use of 'fake death' potions for Krod and Aneka.
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  • Krod, Aneka, and the crew go into hiding at one of the resistance strongholds but it seems they are not safe anywhere with a huge bounty on their heads. Krod and Aneka take a potion that makes them seem dead and they are taken in front of Dongalor.moreless

    Not really up to the first two episodes. There seems to be a little continuity problem with the story. In the last episode Aneka leaves her ritual because of the gift from Krod. Somehow they are back to being broken up this week and she wants nothing to do with him.

    Aneka chastises or bullies Krod into taking the potion and the rest of the story takes place in Dongalor's castle. Dongalor is hiding the eye because the weapons inspector for the King (his third cousin I think) and third in line for the throne shows up to take a look at things at the Castle. Sort of like a modern day weapons inspector. The young inspector causes Dongalor a headache and ends up stealing the girl who Dongalor took when he killed her father.

    The scene with Dongalor, Krod, and Aneka at the end was slow at best. Krod stops Dongalor from killing him by blocking his sword. Just as Dongalor is about to finish him off a stranger breaks in and saves the day carrying of Aneka while the boys grab Krod. Then the stranger leads Dongalor's men off in the wrong direction so Krod and his group can be safe. Interesting and slightly humorous, but not any where near as good as the original episodes. It's almost like they're are different writers putting this together and they didn't bother watching the first two episodes.

    Bad follow up. We'll see if it's worth watching long term.

    Thanks for reading...moreless

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