The match of the millennium is about to set everything off. Tracey grapples. Inara takes the catwalk. Kohl cuts the promo of her life.
The party regains their wrestling friend and delivers the Liar’s Mouthpiece back to Franny. What is she going to do with it? And what does she know that no one else knows? Inara, Tracey and Kohl listen.
The party must recover the Liar’s Mouthpiece, but it’s somewhere within the wrestling arena. In what level—or layer—is it hidden? And who knows what’s inside? Tracey flourishes. Inara makes an entrance. Eugene talks it out.
Now that Alonzo has stolen the battery, the party is back to square one. If only there was someone of great wisdom and power who could help them out? Tracey definitely has a new best friend. Inara cases a strip mall. Finale pushes by.
What has a slamming door, elevator music a mild-mannered docent and two thumbs? This episode! The party looks for a museum to heist while searching for the Midnight Man. Tracey is a relic. Inara interns. Finale’s crackin’ skulls.
With the massive Oatcake dealt with, the party takes refuge in a secret bar. But the patrons might be more dangerous than the monsters outside. Inara starts a bidding war. Tracey orders nachos. Finale drinks the drink.
With Oatcake on the line, the party needs to stop the wrestling match or their cutest party member could be in trouble. Let’s get creative with Creative. Inara summons Ceberus. Tracey accidentally tears down a wall. Kohl remembers the holiday party.
When the Speaker calls, you answer. The party tries to put together the puzzle of the stars and the Centering, even when danger looms in the background. Inara holds the leash tighter. Tracey stops traffic. Kohl cuts a promo.
Ze’ol has run out of labors. Let’s clean up the mess and go to the movies. Inara throws for fetch. Tracey checks in on Johnny. Greg is Gervin.
The party realizes that doors don’t always lead where you think they will. Tracey flays a strawman. Inara takes a third option. Greg breaks the hold.