A Boy and His Grandpa Face Mortality – S1 E4 ‘Tales From the Loop’ Recap & Review
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Cole catches fire flies in a jar but doesn’t realize that without adding holes to the lid that they’ll die. Grandpa Russ, the man in charge of The Loop, soon learns that his life will be coming to an end.
At the “Echo Sphere” Cole learns that by listening to the echo’s of his own voice he can learn how long he has left in life. He asks grandpa to yell into it but nothing comes back.
Is Cole able to figure out how to save his grandpa? To figure out how to “add holes” to the lid of grandpa’s life?
Cole assumes that he can use Grandpa’s work — The Eclipse — to save him but his mom, Loretta, tells him that that’s just not possible. (This is opposite of what Grandpa Russ told Cole that, “My job is to prove impossible things are possible.)
Grandpa dies and Cole returns to the “Echo Sphere” where we get to see his future life flash before us. Fire flies fill the inside of the sphere.
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The Forever Date – S1 E3 'Tales From the Loop' Recap & Review
Not happy with dating Jakob May soon stumbles upon a thermos-looking device with a curious on-off switch that will soon take her, and a new love interest, Ethan, into their own world where they can stop time for everyone else but themselves.
With an eternity of time the two explore their new world — and each other — seemingly turning their time together into an eternity together, all in the same day.
Ethan eventually feels “stuck” and wants out while May, having felt abandoned most of her life by her disinterested mother, doesn’t want to be alone. Feeling frustrated, Ethan removes the bracelet protecting him from the stoppage of time.
Hosted by Loren Kling and Kevin Allen with special guest, Lauren D. Martin (Background Costume Coordinator, episodes 2-8)