Just when Fruitalia thinks she’s got Peter Grill right where she wants him, Vegan swoops in and steals him away. He begs her to remove the spell her sister cast on him, but she can’t. They will have to go back to her home!
Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time: Super EXtra (Episode 20) – Peter Grill and the Sisterly Feud
Just when Peter started to get aroused, he quickly took care of things himself. Now, he has the clarity to see Fruitalia for who she is. She can’t believe he could resist her and plans on casting more forbidden magic. However, Vegan appears and takes Peter away, casting a spell on Fruitalia in the process. Once they are far enough away, Peter asks Vegan to remove the spell. She asks him what he would be willing to do for her… Anyhow, after he’s done his part, she reveals that only the person that cast it can remove it.
Peter asks Vegan what caused her to be banished. Well, Vegan ate Fruitalia’s pudding. She refused to repent and they fought and fought and fought. Once they had finished, Vegan tried to use forbidden magic to create a new pudding, but couldn’t control it and destroyed the village with giant puddings. Peter then asked why she lied about being the Goodwill Ambassador. She did it to protect Fruitalia. Now, if she could just tell Fruitalia all of this, things would be golden. Peter takes her back and even gives her some advice, but can Vegan do it?
What did you think?
I knew the reason for Vegan’s banishment from the village was going to be dumb, but I never expected it to be this dumb. Of course, that’s on top of them not being able to claim their inheritance because they can’t get along. The annoying thing about how this series has gone is that it started so well and then built on that. I remember the end of season one where Lisa Alpacas dangled a carrot in front of Peter Grill, offering him the chance to become a king. She was commanding and domineering. What the hell happened to her? We’ve not seen that character since then.
I feel like they’ve just decided to do whatever because it’s an ecchi series and no one is going to take it seriously. That’s one of the big downfalls with the genre if you ask me. Sometimes, they get it right and create a wonderful balance between characters, storytelling, and sexiness. Other times, they just put all their eggs in one basket, and it shouldn’t be hard to guess which one. The problem is boring characters are not sexy, no matter how good they might look.
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