Peter woke up with Gobuko, Vegan, Lisa, Mimi, and Piglette, which is a problem, but it’s about to get worse. His little sister, Lucy has just arrived, fresh from hunting down their cheating father and killing him!
Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super EXtra (Episode 16) – Peter Grill and the World’s Strongest Little Sister
Gobuko is excited to start a family with Peter, however, she’s curious as to why there are four other naked girls in his room. Of course, they must be family too! Well, now that that’s solved we can all go about our business… Not so quick there. Piglette found a letter to Peter from his little sister Lucy in which she says she’s coming to visit. So, if that’s the case, Peter is leaving town. But then, the door knocks. It’s Lucy. Peter convinces everyone to hide and remove all evidence that they were there.
Once inside his apartment, Lucy reveals that she hunted down their father and killed him for what he did to their mother with his cheating ways. Peter gets a little nervous and offers Lucy a drink. She accepts, but while he’s getting the drinks, she finds a pair of panties and numerous other girls’ items. He must be cheating on Luvelia. Lucy is furious and chases him around the apartment, slicing and slashing through everything in her way. With no other avenue available to him, Peter opens a closet and reveals that Gobuko is alive.
What did you think?
So, Lucy is a little crazy! Luckily for Peter, she’s crazy enough to think nothing of Gobuko hiding in Peter’s closet with no clothes on. Of course, she may well bring that up in the next episode. It feels like it should be the natural next step in this series of events. Peter’s not in the clear just yet and you can count on the Alpacas doing something, especially Mimi. I liked the way Gobuko thinks, especially how she looked at the other girls and assumed this must be Peter’s family… and in a way, it kind of is. He had no say in it and they are always at his place bugging him!
A lot of the episodes so far this season have been parts of a large story, which makes me feel like this could have been a series with regular-length episodes. I enjoy the shorter episodes as they are easy to watch, although if you need to watch two or three to complete a segment of the story, it kind of defeats the purpose. I think too many shows are determined to fit the standard twelve-episode format when some would benefit from a more varied schedule. How about some shorter seasons with longer episodes? Sometimes a story doesn’t always fit the cookie cutter!
Other posts in the series
- Season One
- Episode 1 – Peter Grill and the Ogre Sisters
- Episode 2 – Peter Grill and the Future Father-in-Law
- Episode 3 – Peter Grill and Relationships with Elves
- Episode 4 – Peter Grill and Bathing Etiquette
- Episode 5 – Peter Grill and a Blind Date with an Orc
- Episode 6 – Peter Grill and the Orc’s True Character
- Episode 7 – Peter Grill and the Battle of the Fates
- Episode 8 – Peter Grill and the Secret Treaty
- Episode 9 – Peter Grill and the Treaty’s Aftermath
- Episode 10 – Peter Grill and the Angry Megaton Axe
- Episode 11 – Peter Grill and Dueling Manners
- Episode 12 – Peter Grill and the Warrior that Shouted Love
- Season Two: Super EXtra
- Episode 13 – Peter Grill and the Goblin Apocalypse
- Episode 14 – Peter Grill and the Goblin Who Returned the Favor
- Episode 15 – Peter Grill and the Only Neat Thing to Do
- Episode 16 – Peter Grill and the World’s Strongest Little Sister
- Episode 17 – Peter Grill and Family Ties
- Episode 18 – Peter Grill and the Enjoyment of the Spa Resort
- Episode 19 – Peter Grill and a Family Disgraced
- Episode 20 – Peter Grill and the Sisterly Feud
- Episode 21 – Peter Grill and the Essence of an Apology
- Episode 22 – Peter Grill and the Dwarven Alliance
- Episode 23 – Peter Grill and the Inescapable Room
- Episode 24 – Peter Grill and the Future Legacy