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The Crystal Calls 

Desperate to save one of their own, the Skeksis make a deal with Aughra. Rian and Deet continue their search for the Dual Glaive.

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:
Nathalie Emmanuel ... Deet (voice)
Beccy Henderson ... Deet / Bobb'N / Naia - puppeteer
Taron Egerton ... Rian (voice)
Neil Sterenberg ... Rian / Tavra / Gruenak #2 / The Scroll-Keeper - puppeteer
Louise Gold Louise Gold ... Maudra-Argot / The Gourmand - puppeteer
Charlie Condou ... Mitjan (voice)
Victor Yerrid ... Mitjan / The Ritual Master / Hup / Kylan - puppeteer
James Dreyfus ... Lath'N (voice)
Warrick Brownlow-Pike ... Lath'N / The Chamberlain / Red-Haired Paladin / Podling Servant #1 - puppeteer
Alice Dinnean ... Bobb'N / Brea / Maudra Fara / The Ornamentalist - puppeteer
Ralph Ineson ... The Hunter (voice)
Kevin Clash ... The Hunter / Gruenak #1 / The General / Librarian - puppeteer
Gugu Mbatha-Raw ... Seladon (voice)
Helena Smee ... Seladon / The Collector - puppeteer
Anya Taylor-Joy ... Brea (voice)
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Desperate to save one of their own, the Skeksis make a deal with Aughra. Rian and Deet continue their search for the Dual Glaive.

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Brea: If the Arathim and Gelfling have formed an alliance, then why is that creature still on your face?
Tavra: We've been merged too long. Our minds have become one. We're no longer sure where one of us begins and the other one ends.
Seladon: That's... horrible!
TavraArathim: Not at all. The Arathim aren't monsters. They want the same thing. Justice.
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Epic storytelling drawn out.
18 October 2019 | by cruise01See all my reviews

3 out of 5 stars.

Beautiful visuals, sets, and storytelling. But the episode does feel a little too long or drawn out story.


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English

Release Date:

30 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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