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Nothing is Simple Anymore 

As Deet sets out on her quest, Aughra awakens from a long journey, Rian flees the castle, and Brea searches for the meaning of the mysterious symbol.

Director:

Louis Leterrier

Writers:

Jeffrey Addiss (developed by), Will Matthews (developed by) | 8 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Donna Kimball ... Aughra (voice)
Kevin Clash ... Aughra / The General / Librarian - puppeteer
Nathalie Emmanuel ... Deet (voice)
Beccy Henderson ... Deet - puppeteer
Harvey Fierstein ... The Gourmand (voice)
Louise Gold Louise Gold ... The Gourmand / Onica / All-Maudra - puppeteer
Taron Egerton ... Rian (voice)
Neil Sterenberg ... Rian / Tavra / The Scroll Keeper - puppeteer
Jason Isaacs ... The Emperor (voice)
Dave Chapman ... The Emperor / Gurjin / Ordon - puppeteer
Benedict Wong ... The General (voice)
Simon Pegg ... The Chamberlain (voice)
Warrick Brownlow-Pike ... The Chamberlain - puppeteer
Mark Hamill ... The Scientist (voice)
Olly Taylor Olly Taylor ... The Scientist / Cadia - puppeteer
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As Deet sets out on her quest, Aughra awakens from a long journey, Rian flees the castle, and Brea searches for the meaning of the mysterious symbol.

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Trivia

The cast list during the end credits (which is in order of appearance) does not reveal which puppeteer performed and voiced the Podling servant in the opening scene. See more »

Quotes

The Ritual Master: When we fail ourselves...
Skeksis: ...We must be punished.
The Ritual Master: When we fail each other...
Skeksis: ...We must be punished.
The Ritual Master: When we fail our Emperor...
Skeksis: ...We must be punished.
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Slower but a great build up.
5 September 2019 | by cruise01See all my reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars.

Deet is out on her quest. Rian discovers the potion thing which he tries to steal and escape from the bad guys. Brea is still questioning her world. The story building is still good and getting bigger. The story and direction is a little slow moving this time but still wonderful.


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English

Release Date:

30 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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