|Link to the Palp|
|Game||Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past|
|Date Aired||June 1st, 2014|
|Playlist||A Link to the Past|
|Last Episode||Ice Kappa|
|Next Episode||Turtle Rock Lobster|
"Never forget: It's about the Journ, not the Dest."
The episode starts off with Alex welcoming everyone back, and that they were waiting on all of us to come back, standing in the exact location from the last episode. Alex goes on to say that each episode is "live," but he quickly throws that away, saying that he wishes that it was possible to do.
During the episode, Jirard takes a detour to find a fairy fountaion, and Alex goes on a rant about how Clone High is one of the funniest things "of its time," (2002) and that you, the viewer, should check it out.
Throughout the episode, Jirard constantly apologizes for wasting time by going the wrong way, and he even goes as far as to give permission to get mad at him. While he may feel bad about this, Alex steps in to remind him that it isn't about the dest, but the journ.
- Two Pieces of Heart obtained
- 17th Heart Piece obtained
- Misery Mire Compass obtained! Woot!
- Cane of Somaria obtained
- Vitreous defeated
- 18th Heart Piece obtained
- 6th Maiden rescued!
- Misery Mire beaten
- Sluggula is named Nuranura in Japan.
- The enemy Zoro's name is likely a play on the Japanese onomatopoeia "zorozoro", which means "to come in droves", describing the behavior of these creatures.
- The name Vitreous comes from Vitreous humor, which is the clear gel found inside the eyeballs of vertebrates. This means that it's in your eyes and your dog's eyes.
- Alex's favorite Wizzrobe is the miniboss from Wind Waker.
Question of the DayEdit
What is your favorite mystical artifact or word?
Alex uses the sword from Lord of the Rings as an example, but he can't remember what the sword was actually called, only that it was cool.
(Note: Alex was most likely thinking of Andúril, the sword of Aragorn.)
Question of the WeekEdit
What is a little design that makes a big difference in the game?
Alex gives an example that in Mario Kart 8 they changed the bananas from following behind to floating in a circle around you, à la the shells.