Episode 17: Silence Broken
Blister struggles with opeRATive life when Madam Putreska takes the team to the beach for martial training. At the same time, Muck rises to a new level of prestige. And, two of the addled animals resume speaking.
For the Curious
There’s an entire week to wait for the Season Two Finale with Blister and Muck. Distract yourself from the agony of waiting and dive into these fun resources about oceans:
My Octopus Teacher (an amazing documentary!)
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What does the ocean say to the beach?
Nothing. It just waves.
Why was the beach sand wet?
Because the sea*weed.*
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Special thanks to Roland Rudzitis for serving up the Blister and Muck theme song. Additional public domain music from Kevin MacLeod and Monplaisir. Mike Koenig brought the ocean waves   . Additional water sounds from Art4Noise at Pond5. Other public domain sounds   from freesound.org. Seagull sounds from Daniel Simion. Additional bird sounds from the public domain at soundbible.com. I am always grateful for my family, friends, and fans. One for one and all for you!
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