Here we are, episode five, the final installment of the Pizza Robots saga (unless there’s a huge outpouring of people caring, which I don’t anticipate), where we discover the whole point of the previous episodes, and sketch out the outline of a future narrative that will never be. Is this sexist? You tell me.
This is pretty much a narratively interstitial episode where the Pizza Robots comment on the only thing in their universe. I had in my mind that the pizza cruiser was an ordinary pizza delivery vehicle, but super-large. But looking at it now, it looks more like the delivery car is about actual size, and the
After two episodes of tedious world-building we finally get some of that robot on food-mutant violence that we’ve been waiting for. Now that we have a better view of the pizza robots themselves, we can see the outlines of the characters they will probably never become. You can differentiate them by the differing robot-antenna design
So remember how the Circle and Almost Circle comics took a dumb premise and ran with it? That’s kinda what’s going on here. That’s why there’s not only were-fries, but were-curly-fries too. A couple of points about this that bear mentioning. You will notice that the landscape is identical to that from Circle and Almost
I’m not sure why I originally thought this would be a good idea. Perhaps I had some inclination that this would be a great idea for a syndicated cartoon for teens, because if there’s two things that teens like, it’s pizza and robots, so putting the two of them together ought to be an awesome