2017-10-21 (Sa) Weekly Summary

Did I go too far with Episode 037? Could I have gone further?

In honor of the annual Halloween episode, Tim had a baby with his wife and I was left to my own to produce a show. I decided to write a script and read both parts. To maintain the credentials for the name of the show, I “interviewed” a cyborg from the future. The future is dystopic and time travel isn’t exactly how we imagined. Check out episode 037.
Brian - Left _____ Tim - Right

It occurred to me that not everyone reading this blog is willing to read through all the previous blogs in order to catch up to the current day and there are a lot of past blogs about Charged: DesertIrish. To help people understand what is happening, I wrote an introduction to Charged: DesertIrish which encourages people to start the story and it gives some background about why I started and what makes it important to me.

For everyone reading along, here are the spoilers for the week.

Dawson, Vani, Motor, and Heather made it to Vegas and decided it was dinner time. They chose a fancy French restaurant inside a casino. The restaurant actually exists during the time when the story takes place and was called Picasso. The restaurant featured genuine Picasso artwork although I have never seen the place.

Over dinner, the group talks about the possibility of using their powers for gambling with an edge. They all agree it would be unethical but that might not be the worst thing. During their dinner-talk, a rowdy customer damages one of the paintings and the owner is visibly distraught. Dawson is urged by his friends to help the man and he repairs the painting without any difficulty. The owner is overjoyed and orders the kitchen to prepare them the best possible food.

Describing the flavor of the food took longer than I thought it might. I wanted to capture the essence of the taste without filling it up with vague adjectives. I think this can be better done with literature than video.

After dinner, the owner tells them they have been given complimentary rooms at the hotel. He also tells them that Charged are not allowed to gamble. The group checks out the rooms but they are nothing fancy. Heather and Motor convince Dawson and Vani to visit Fremont Street where they separate. Vani is revealed to be a bit of an exhibitionist as her and Dawson get worked up on the street. They retire to the Las Vegas hotel room.

Vani and Dawson realize they have been missing urgent messages from Heather who was in a panic after Motor had his wallet stolen on Fremont Street. She continued to panic when Vani brought them back to her room. Motor kept an eye on her and she eventually apologized to Vani.

Vani insists that her and Dawson do not sleep in Las Vegas so they go back to her Arizona house for the evening. In the morning, he gets a taste of ordinary home life at Vani’s with Agnes. Agnes also got a chance to show her personality as a responsible character from a different era.



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