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* This episode's name was first revealed in the episode listing on the [[Cartoon Network]] website.<ref>http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/steven-universe/episodes/season-2.html</ref>
 
* This episode's name was first revealed in the episode listing on the [[Cartoon Network]] website.<ref>http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/steven-universe/episodes/season-2.html</ref>
 
*The [[Crystal Gems|Gems]] are revealed to lack any sort of citizenship on Earth.
 
*The [[Crystal Gems|Gems]] are revealed to lack any sort of citizenship on Earth.
* When Pearl saw the Mystery Girl, she reminded her of Rose Quartz, mostly because of her pink hair.
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* Mystery Girl bears intentional resemblance to [[Rose Quartz]].
 
**Steven points out that the resemblance is blatantly obvious to him and Amethyst as well.
 
**Steven points out that the resemblance is blatantly obvious to him and Amethyst as well.
* Pearl is the second character to have broken the law willingly on the show. The first, of course, being Onion. This also marks the first police chase.
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* This episode makes various references to [[wikipedia:Crime|crime]], [[wikipedia:Law enforcement|law enforcement]] and [[wikipedia:Alcoholism|alcoholism]].
* Amethyst almost said a curse word by getting cut off at the word "badass".
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* It is implied that Amethyst uses the term "bad ass" before being interrputed.
* This episode marks the first time a real life celebrity was portrayed in Steven Universe, doing exactly what makes them famous
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* American rock musician [[Mike Krol]] makes a cameo appearance in this episode
* The episode ends without an iris close, and the end credits play "Fifteen Minutes".
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** Krol's song "[[Fifteen Minutes]]" is played throughout the episode.
* This episode ended by displaying characters as the tropes they played in the episode and is the first episode to end in this fashion. It is also the first episode to not use original music/ambient sounds for the credits.
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* This episode ended by displaying characters as the tropes they played in the episode and is the first episode to end in this fashion. It is also the first episode to not use an original soundtrack sounds for the credits.
 
*[[Deedee Magno-Hall]], the voice actress for Pearl, was worried about her children seeing Pearl running the red light in the episode.<ref>https://twitter.com/rebeccasugar/status/774094726685270017</ref>
 
*[[Deedee Magno-Hall]], the voice actress for Pearl, was worried about her children seeing Pearl running the red light in the episode.<ref>https://twitter.com/rebeccasugar/status/774094726685270017</ref>
 
*[[Delmarva]] is abbreviated "DV" going by the signage on the [[Big Donut]]'s front window.
 
*[[Delmarva]] is abbreviated "DV" going by the signage on the [[Big Donut]]'s front window.
 
*Pearl's cool clothes resemble [[Lauren Zuke]]'s [http://laurenzuke.tumblr.com/post/95968753889/live-fast-die-young-bad-pearls-do-it-well-ps-i Bad Pearl] drawing.
 
*Pearl's cool clothes resemble [[Lauren Zuke]]'s [http://laurenzuke.tumblr.com/post/95968753889/live-fast-die-young-bad-pearls-do-it-well-ps-i Bad Pearl] drawing.
*The Mystery Girl's phone number has area code 301, which corresponds to western Maryland in the real world.
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* Mystery Girl's phone number includes 301, the area code for the western portion of [[wikipedia:Maryland|Maryland]].
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** It is worth noting series creator [[Rebecca Sugar]] is from [[wikipedia:Silver Spring, Maryland|Silver Spring, Maryland]].
 
=== Cultural References ===
 
=== Cultural References ===
 
* The title is a reference to [[Wikipedia:Less Than Jake|Less Than Jake]]'s 1998 song "Last One Out of Liberty City". <ref>https://twitter.com/ben_levin/status/774032242309894144</ref>
 
* The title is a reference to [[Wikipedia:Less Than Jake|Less Than Jake]]'s 1998 song "Last One Out of Liberty City". <ref>https://twitter.com/ben_levin/status/774032242309894144</ref>

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But nooooo, instead, we drove to loud music, chased a mysterious woman into the night and broke the law. Ugh, I’ve lost my edge.

Pearl

"Last One Out of Beach City" is the 6th episode of the fourth season of Steven Universe and the 109th episode overall.

Synopsis

Steven, Pearl and Amethyst attend a rock show.[2]

Plot

The episode begins in the Temple with Steven and Pearl working on a puzzle, while Amethyst, who is also in the room, is shape-shifted into a ball and bouncing herself excitedly. When Pearl questions her behavior Amethyst reveals her anticipation for a rock concert that she will be attending with Greg

Greg comes through the door and tells Amethyst that he won't be able to go with her due to a previous request from Barb to play cards with her and Vidalia. Pearl tells Amethyst if she wouldn't mind hanging out with her and Steven, implying that she and Steven would like to go with her. 

In the next scene, Pearl, Amethyst, and Steven stop by the Big Donut to pick up some snacks. Pearl is now wearing blue jeans and an unbuttoned black jacket in her attempt to look cool for Steven and Amethyst. A pink haired girl resembling Rose walks into the Big Dount and immediately catches Pearl's eye. Steven and Amethyst urge Pearl to speak to her. Pearl approaches her, but accidentally fumbles and knocks over a stack of cups before she could say anything. The mystery girl leaves the Big Donut.

Later, Steven, Amethyst and Pearl are in the Greg's Dondai Supremo, on their way to the concert, with Pearl driving. Eventually, the pink haired girl pulls up beside them on a motorcycle. Following Amethyst's advice, Pearl gives the girl a look. The girl smiles back at her, causing Pearl to blush. The girl then drives through a yellow traffic light, while Pearl gets stuck at the red light. After a moment, however, Pearl drives through the red light after the girl. This causes a police car to begin chasing them. Pearl, not being a citizen of Earth, doesn't have a license, and so, she tries to escape the police. After a chase, Pearl pulls the car off to the side of the road, hiding it behind a billboard. The police car passes by, unable to find them. Pearl attempts to start up the car afterwards, only to find out that it's out of gas.

Pearl, upon getting out of the car with Steven and Amethyst, gets upset, saying that she wanted to seem hardcore and impressive to the two of them by going to the concert, drinking juice, and wearing pants. But instead all she did, she says, was listen to loud rock music, escape the police, and chase a mysterious stranger into the night. Amethyst and Steven reassure her that they already think she's hardcore, and that they had a lot of fun with her.

The three hear music, and upon following it to its source, find themselves at the concert they had meant to go to. They spot the pink haired girl there as well. Pearl decides to go talk to the girl. Amethyst begins to worry about her, afraid that Pearl will be rejected. But Pearl's conversation with her goes well, despite being a bit awkward. Afterwards, Pearl is confused, saying that the girl walked off after giving her a code on a piece of paper. Steven and Amethyst are quick to realize that the girl gave Pearl her phone number, and congratulate Pearl.

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Music

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Trivia

  • This episode's name was first revealed in the episode listing on the Cartoon Network website.[3]
  • The Gems are revealed to lack any sort of citizenship on Earth.
  • Mystery Girl bears intentional resemblance to Rose Quartz.
    • Steven points out that the resemblance is blatantly obvious to him and Amethyst as well.
  • This episode makes various references to crime, law enforcement and alcoholism.
  • It is implied that Amethyst uses the term "bad ass" before being interrputed.
  • American rock musician Mike Krol makes a cameo appearance in this episode. 
  • This episode ended by displaying characters as the tropes they played in the episode and is the first episode to end in this fashion. It is also the first episode to not use an original soundtrack sounds for the credits.
  • Deedee Magno-Hall, the voice actress for Pearl, was worried about her children seeing Pearl running the red light in the episode.[4]
  • Delmarva is abbreviated "DV" going by the signage on the Big Donut's front window.
  • Pearl's cool clothes resemble Lauren Zuke's Bad Pearl drawing.
  • Mystery Girl's phone number includes 301, the area code for the western portion of Maryland.

Cultural References

  • The title is a reference to Less Than Jake's 1998 song "Last One Out of Liberty City". [5]
  • Amethyst mentions "the pit", possibly referring to a "mosh pit," an area of a concert where people mosh dance, a dance characterised by the aggressive slamming into of each participant, commonly associated with hardcore punk music. This is solidified when Amethyst tells Pearl there will be people pushing each other.
  • The face logo on the back of Pearl's jacket could be a reference to the logo of the rock band Nirvana.
  • The Strawberry Sugar Shock Shutdown energy drink has a similar logo to Monster Energy.
  • The Mystery Girl's motorbike resembles a late-1974 Suzuki TS250, however lacking the trademark Suzuki TS Series grille on both sides. 
  • The police mobile used to chase Greg's Dondai resembles a 1987 Mitsubishi Galant Sigma.
  • Amethyst compares Pearl's poetic use of words in her conversation with the Mystery Girl to the works of famous English playwright William Shakespeare.
  • The Mystery Girl's phone number has an exchange (middle portion) of 555. Numbers of the form 555-01XX are reserved for fictional use to prevent prank calls.
  • The Mystery Girl's bike helmet has a sticker resembling that of the band The Aquabats.

Continuity

  • Pearl is disgusted by drinking apple juice, a similar occurence when she unfused from Alexandrite in "Fusion Cuisine" (though this is at least partly due to her surprise at seeing the Mystery Girl as well).
  • The brand of apple juice is the same seen in "Lion 2: The Movie".
  • Steven mentions that Pearl's reckless driving had made him the most scared since she "almost let him die", referencing "Rose's Scabbard" and "Space Race".
  • Ocean Town's entrance signpost said "Ocean Town: No Longer on Fire". This is a reference to the city's uprising mentioned by Mayor Dewey in "Political Power".
  • Pearl is seen driving a car again, which is first seen in "Ocean Gem".
  • When Amethyst says she's now a criminal, Pearl states that she's been a criminal for 6,000 years, referencing The Rebellion.
  • Pearl telling Mystery Girl that her body is a "conscious manifestation of light" is reminiscent of the What are Gems? short when she tells Steven that a Gem's body is like "a hologram, but with mass".

Errors

  • During the Police chase, Pearl's reflection from the rear-view mirror doesn't move.

Transcript

View the episode's transcript here.

Gallery

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Videos

References

ve Episode List
Pilot Pilot
Season 1 A: Gem GlowLaser Light CannonCheeseburger BackpackTogether BreakfastFryboCat FingersBubble BuddiesSerious StevenTiger MillionaireSteven's LionArcade ManiaGiant WomanSo Many BirthdaysLars and the Cool KidsOnion TradeSteven the Sword FighterLion 2: The MovieBeach PartyRose's RoomCoach StevenJoking VictimSteven and the StevensMonster BuddiesAn Indirect KissMirror Gem/Ocean Gem

B: House GuestSpace RaceSecret TeamIsland AdventureKeep Beach City WeirdFusion CuisineGarnet's UniverseWatermelon StevenLion 3: Straight to VideoWarp TourAlone TogetherThe TestFuture VisionOn the RunHorror ClubWinter ForecastMaximum CapacityMarble MadnessRose's ScabbardOpen BookShirt ClubStory for StevenThe MessagePolitical PowerThe Return/Jail Break

Season 2 Full DisclosureJoy RideSay UncleLove LettersReformedSworn to the SwordRising Tides, Crashing SkiesKeeping It TogetherWe Need to TalkChille TidCry for HelpKeystone MotelOnion FriendHistorical FrictionFriend ShipNightmare HospitalSadie's SongCatch and ReleaseWhen It RainsBack to the BarnToo FarThe AnswerSteven's BirthdayIt Could've Been Great/Message ReceivedLog Date 7 15 2
Season 3 Super Watermelon Island/Gem DrillSame Old WorldBarn MatesHit the DiamondSteven FloatsDrop Beat DadMr. GregToo Short to RideThe New LarsBeach City DriftRestaurant WarsKiki's Pizza Delivery ServiceMonster ReunionAlone at SeaGreg the BabysitterGem HuntCrack the WhipSteven vs. AmethystBismuthBetaEarthlingsBack to the MoonBubbled
Season 4 Kindergarten KidKnow Your FusionBuddy's BookMindful EducationFuture Boy ZoltronLast One Out of Beach CityOnion GangGem HarvestThree Gems and a BabySteven's DreamAdventures in Light DistortionGem HeistThe ZooThat Will Be AllThe New Crystal GemsStorm in the RoomRocknaldoTiger PhilanthropistRoom for RubyLion 4: Alternate EndingDoug OutThe Good LarsAre You My Dad?I Am My Mom
Season 5 Stuck TogetherThe TrialOff ColorsLars' HeadDewey WinsGemcationRaising the BarnBack to the KindergartenSadie KillerKevin PartyLars of the StarsJungle MoonYour Mother and MineThe Big ShowPool HoppingLetters to LarsCan't Go BackA Single Pale RoseNow We're Only Falling ApartWhat's Your Problem?The QuestionMade of HonorReunitedLegs From Here to HomeworldFamiliarTogether AloneEscapismChange Your Mind
Film Steven Universe: The Movie
Steven Universe Future Little HomeschoolGuidanceRose BudsVolleyballBluebirdA Very Special EpisodeSnow DayWhy So Blue?Little GraduationPrickly PairIn DreamsBismuth CasualTogether ForeverGrowing PainsMr. UniverseFragmentsHomeworld BoundEverything's FineI Am My MonsterThe Future
Shorts Lion Loves to Fit in a BoxThe Classroom Gems: What Are Gems?We Are the Crystal GemsThe Classroom Gems: How Are Gems Made?UnboxingThe Classroom Gems: FusionCooking with LionGem KaraokeSteven ReactsVideo ChatSteven's Song Time
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