I was disappointed in the huge decline in animation quality (they probably went all out just for the two episode premiere) , but it was a decent transition episode from setting up the new plot, to getting all the characters together, to moving on to finding the book. Also, seeing Lion-o start to grow into his role as the new king.
I have a bad feeling that it's going to solve the "Crisis of the week" as their quest for the book will be their excuse to get the gang on the road to these adventures.
I hope it will be more like a Babylon 5. Even if the main plot isn't the focus of the episode, it's still touched on like in the final scene, like this episode. It works for me. It doesn't always have to be heavy on the quest for the book, but they need to advance the story just a tad.
Still looking forward to next week.
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I'm starting to suffer from Seth McFarlene overload on Sunday Night. They guy is funny, but it feels like his stuff is being stretched too thin instead of being crammed into a half hour or so. Edit: ... and for some reason Alex creeps me out.