Red vs. Blue: Singularity Episode 2 Review/Recap
I know I should have done this sooner, but I forgot. My bad, guys! Must have been distracted the review of Captain Marvel that I forgot to save. At any rate, here’s my review of the second episode of Red vs. Blue: Singularity
After leaving Chrovos behind to try and save the Reds and Blues, Donut finds himself getting glimpses of all their adventures and learns that he can pick which one to go to by focusing on one.
he ends up remembering the time Washington shot him.
Whether he goes to the Blues and Reds base or the time they put on that play about that bomb they thought sent them into the future, it doesn’t matter- the Reds and Blues won’t take Donut seriously. The reason why? Because half of everything he says is an innuendo. So no one believes him when he talks about them being stuck in the time loop that he is calling “the Everwhen”.
Dejected, he goes back to Chrovos to sulk, and Chrovos mocks him by saying its freedom was assured when the Reds and Blues created that paradox, causing time to get weird in reverse.
That’s when Donut realizes something: time didn’t stop at the moment of the paradox. It’s still going, but the two timelines created are tearing each other apart. One where Wash was shot and one where he wasn’t .
Donut immediately heads to Chorus after the paradox in search of the one person who can help him: Agent Washington.
I assumed, incorrectly so far, that since this season was going to be shorter, but I was wrong. Even so, this episode was pretty hilarious and gave Donut some badly needed character development.
Donut finally realizing that no one takes him seriously because of his innuendos is something that’s long overdue. We still like it when he does them, but we wish that he would be able to move past them.
More importantly, though, Donut was able to outsmart Chrovos by going past the point the paradox was created. If Agent Washington is still on Chorus, then he should be able to help Donut stop Chrovos and fix the timeline. Or they could just mess it up even further. Either way, I’m enjoying this season more than the last one.