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    • ....TEN MILLIONS DOLLARS?! DEAR LORD-the star child was more popular than I thought!

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    • So marty hasn't changed at all

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    • Ok that episode was nice, also 10MILL. sadly I watched the leak for this one but also good cuase I missed the part I watched in the leak lol. Also Marty looks so much older.

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    • Iceauror8 wrote:
      So marty hasn't changed at all

      At lest he love his sons 

      Also he only act like that when he in font of Greg 

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    • Iceauror8 wrote:
      So marty hasn't changed at all

      Not at all, heck he only gave Greg that check out of legal obligation...implying he marketed his music for years making millions of his musi-wow he is a bad bad person.

      SO-from this we can figure that he stopped in on Sour Cream a few times in his life, so that opens up SC's age a bit.

      ALSO-when Onion approves of a consumable...you know its bad. 

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    • It was aliright. But I feel this should have aired at the middle of the week, instead of being the opener to the bomb.

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    • Hmm nine years, assuming Sour Cream is fifteen he was at least six when he last saw Marty. Also, Steven showed a lot of maturity this episode, he stuck with Sour Cream the whole time and never spoke ill of Marty until it was clear that Marty hadn't changed. Still though, nine years, how can someone never contact their kid for nine years?

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    • Marty looks like Mr.Burns 

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    • Iceauror8 wrote:
      So marty hasn't changed at all

      Actually let me correct myself. Marty seems to be even worse than before

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    • Marty, you did not age well, also everytime Marty spoke I wanted to punch him. I saw this ending coming but it was so satisfing seeing Sour Cream cuss at Marty (I'm calling it, he was cussing at Marty)

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    • He used Sourcream to advirtize a disgusting Drink!

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    • Wow Marty is back and is just as big of a douche as he was back then, I kind of knew he was gonna come back.

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    • Things I noticed:

      Steven Is Much Stronger than He appears.

      Marty Has become a sucsessful Marketer (Selling Gregs Music) and Product Distributor. (Guacola

      Marty is Rich (duh)

      Sour Cream is the Product Marty and Vidalia

      Onion Likes Guacsola

      Marty is still a Selfish Idiot

      The Nachos that Pete Fry give out are actually Chaaaaps (Ronaldo tried the Guacola with them and he hated them)

      Marty Still doesn't know about Gems. (because Marty said "What does Greg Feed that Child" when Steven Picked up an equipment box all by himself. when it would normally take 2 people just letting it Dangle from there arms)

      Yellow Tail Carries Fish in a Suitcase while there is still water in it.

      Not a Single Crystal Gem (Exept for Steven) was Shown in this Episode

      Errors I saw:

      When the Bus was packing up Sour Cream was on the Podium and in the next part he was Coming from the right.

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    • Well I guess Steven has grown, he is a quartz, he is super strong, at least for a human, compared to a quartz he is probably weak, but for us humans he is awesome.

      Marty is back, Steven he is so dense, how could he not tell Marty and Sour Cream they are related. We do get some answers on Marty and Sour Cream's relationship, Marty has meet him and hasn't seen him in 9 years, which would mean Sour Cream probably last saw him when he was 5 - 7 years old, which is old enough to have memories. I do wonder how would was Sour Cream when Yellow Tail married Vidalia? Though Yellow Tail seemed to know who Marty was, so I guess he was in their lives last time Marty was there.

      Do find it revealing, that Marty went out of his way not to call Sour Cream son, and yet later Sour Cream called Yellow Tail, that was so sweet.

      And in the end, Yellow Tail saves the day, as Marty wanted to pimp some crummy soda, that everyone hates except for Onion. I loved how Sour Cream used Yellow Tail's language to tell off Marty, and I wonder if anyone outside that family understands Yellow Tail language?

      And Greg gets some money, I guess Marty sold one of his songs, also telling he only did it because he was legally oblicated to, so Marty still a scum bag, so so much for Marty getting any type of redemption. So people that don't want a Jasper redemption because they want Steven to experience failure in redemption attempt, so you got your wish, so know we can redeem Jasper, right?

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Hmm nine years, assuming Sour Cream is fifteen he was at least six when he last saw Marty. Also, Steven showed a lot of maturity this episode, he stuck with Sour Cream the whole time and never spoke ill of Marty until it was clear that Marty hadn't changed. Still though, nine years, how can someone never contact their kid for nine years?


      Sour Cream said that he got tall 9 years ago, if he was six at the time then he had a very weird growth pattern because you don't really get tall until puberty, usually between 12-15. I always assumed the kids in beach city aside from Onion, PeeDee, and Steven were 18-20.

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    • So what will Greg use his money on. Even with some other things he will still have loads. I watched the leaks for it so I know what happens with some. I am sorry they be so tempting.

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    • I'm guessing Marty kept coming back a few times after breaking up with Greg to see Vidalia, so SC could've been born a few years after "Story for Steven".

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    • This was pretty amazing. Steven looked cool in his "Roadie" outfit, and Vidalia's outfit looked nice. I loved how supportive Yellowtail was towards Sour Cream at the end. He doesn't need that jerk Marty. I'm looking foward to the following episode. I hope all of Greg's fortune doesn't go away too quickly.

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    • Steven universe is cool wrote: So what will Greg use his money on. Even with some other things he will still have loads. I watched the leaks for it so I know what happens with some. I am sorry they be so tempting.

      Yeah since you saw them, you already know

      Anyway, does Marty look like mr burns to anyone?

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:

      Steven universe is cool wrote: So what will Greg use his money on. Even with some other things he will still have loads. I watched the leaks for it so I know what happens with some. I am sorry they be so tempting.

      Yeah since you saw them, you already know

      Anyway, does Marty look like mr burns to anyone?

      Still what will he do with it all.

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    • Someone mentioned having a theory that marty would make an appearance in this episode and I am excited to see that they were right. I was a little surprised that Marty could rocognize and remember the name of his son after not seeing him for 9+ years; There was no mention of how long ago they saw either other aside from the being tall comment where sour cream said he got tall 9 years ago. I assumed Marty never returned to Beach City and there for wouldn't know too much about Sour Cream but I guess he did go there at some point to see his kid, if only out of legal obligation. And it's so awesome to know that Greg's music was actually successful and he finally got the royalties.

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    • Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Hmm nine years, assuming Sour Cream is fifteen he was at least six when he last saw Marty. Also, Steven showed a lot of maturity this episode, he stuck with Sour Cream the whole time and never spoke ill of Marty until it was clear that Marty hadn't changed. Still though, nine years, how can someone never contact their kid for nine years?

      Sour Cream said that he got tall 9 years ago, if he was six at the time then he had a very weird growth pattern because you don't really get tall until puberty, usually between 12-15. I always assumed the kids in beach city aside from Onion, PeeDee, and Steven were 18-20.

      I know but didn't the Crewniverse say the teens were between 15-18 or something

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    • Steven universe is cool wrote:

      Mediawatcher wrote:

      Steven universe is cool wrote: So what will Greg use his money on. Even with some other things he will still have loads. I watched the leaks for it so I know what happens with some. I am sorry they be so tempting.

      Yeah since you saw them, you already know

      Anyway, does Marty look like mr burns to anyone?

      Still what will he do with it all.

      I just hope it doesn't go away too soon, unless it's given too a charity.

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    • Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Hmm nine years, assuming Sour Cream is fifteen he was at least six when he last saw Marty. Also, Steven showed a lot of maturity this episode, he stuck with Sour Cream the whole time and never spoke ill of Marty until it was clear that Marty hadn't changed. Still though, nine years, how can someone never contact their kid for nine years?

      Sour Cream said that he got tall 9 years ago, if he was six at the time then he had a very weird growth pattern because you don't really get tall until puberty, usually between 12-15. I always assumed the kids in beach city aside from Onion, PeeDee, and Steven were 18-20.
      I know but didn't the Crewniverse say the teens were between 15-18 or something

      I don't know if the crewniverse let that info out or not, I'll retract my statement when shown proof, but I'm just going by what the math says, and since puberty happens in the preteen- early teen years the lowest age he could be is like 19 and even that is stretching it.

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    • Give me a sec, I know I saw it somewhere

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    • Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You after to admit seeing Marty again finally and seeing sour cream and him bond also bonding with yellow tail and sour cream also finally I think it's the first time sour cream called yellow tail dad. It reminds me of the episode with Sadie and her mom.

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    • Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You know for a show that claims there is no filler, what was the point of sadies song and this episode? I don't understand how this would connect with others, same thing for Steven floats and garnets universe.

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:

      Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You know for a show that claims there is no filler, what was the point of sadies song and this episode? I don't understand how this would connect with others, same thing for Steven floats and garnets universe.


      You don't know how confronting difficult feelings and emotions with a parental figure, possibly one that does very little to understand you, and realizing that your true friends and family will always be there for you when you need them connects to the themes of SU?

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:

      Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You know for a show that claims there is no filler, what was the point of sadies song and this episode? I don't understand how this would connect with others, same thing for Steven floats and garnets universe.

      Oh my. These episodes didn't involve gems and let us explore the lives of main and recurring characters. Yeah these are totally filler.

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    • I was unhappy to see Marty came back at first, to this new episode. And I knew, he would still be a jerk clown, like back in the episode "Story for Steven". >B-((

      But at the end, I can't even believe that he just gaved something to Greg before Marty left. AND IT WAS A CHECK FOR 10,000,000 DOLLARS?!?!?! *gasp deeper* HOOLY CURES WORD!!! $-$

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:

      Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You know for a show that claims there is no filler, what was the point of sadies song and this episode? I don't understand how this would connect with others, same thing for Steven floats and garnets universe.

      Uh you saw the end of this episode right? Obviously somehow this'll connect to the next episode.

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    • Actually now that I think about it, I think this is going to connect with mr Greg.

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:
      Actually now that I think about it, I think this is going to connect with mr Greg.

      He payed for a hotel room in Empire City with CASH! That city is the combination of New York, Las Vegas, and PARIS, their hotel rooms must cost more than a good used car.

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    • Steven universe is cool wrote:

      Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You after to admit seeing Marty again finally and seeing sour cream and him bond also bonding with yellow tail and sour cream also finally I think it's the first time sour cream called yellow tail dad. It reminds me of the episode with Sadie and her mom.

      And I didn't like Sadie's Song either.

      I didn't hate this episode. It was just bland and meh.

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    • Mediawatcher wrote: Actually now that I think about it, I think this is going to connect with mr Greg.

      Yeah probably.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Mediawatcher wrote:

      Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You know for a show that claims there is no filler, what was the point of sadies song and this episode? I don't understand how this would connect with others, same thing for Steven floats and garnets universe.
      Uh you saw the end of this episode right? Obviously somehow this'll connect to the next episode.


      Yea, the 10 million dollars at the end is the set up for the Mr. Greg episode I think. Where Pearl joins Greg and Steven on an expensive vacation where they dance and sing, except when Greg tries to dance with Pearl and she freaks out a little. There is obviously more behind her reaction which will have meaning. That was in an official leak about the episode.

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    • You shouldn't have mentioned that, I already saw it but still

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    • BigFanofEntertainment wrote:
      Mediawatcher wrote:

      Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: Well that episode was one hell of a filler. I really wasn't a fan of this one. I might need to re-watch it though. Maybe I'll enjoy it more on second watch. It was just underwhelming and boring.

      This might be the first time since Say Uncle that I was actually checking to see how long was left.

      You know for a show that claims there is no filler, what was the point of sadies song and this episode? I don't understand how this would connect with others, same thing for Steven floats and garnets universe.
      Oh my. These episodes didn't involve gems and let us explore the lives of main and recurring characters. Yeah these are totally filler.

      But in all seriousness, I believe these were made not only for fun, but to flesh out other characters besides our main four. What is so "filler" about fleshing out characters?

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    • This wasn't a bad episode, far from it even, it was a nice episode for sour cream and his family, just because soemthing is mostly filler to me, doesn't mean I hated it.

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    • Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Hmm nine years, assuming Sour Cream is fifteen he was at least six when he last saw Marty. Also, Steven showed a lot of maturity this episode, he stuck with Sour Cream the whole time and never spoke ill of Marty until it was clear that Marty hadn't changed. Still though, nine years, how can someone never contact their kid for nine years?

      Sour Cream said that he got tall 9 years ago, if he was six at the time then he had a very weird growth pattern because you don't really get tall until puberty, usually between 12-15. I always assumed the kids in beach city aside from Onion, PeeDee, and Steven were 18-20.
      I know but didn't the Crewniverse say the teens were between 15-18 or something
      I don't know if the crewniverse let that info out or not, I'll retract my statement when shown proof, but I'm just going by what the math says, and since puberty happens in the preteen- early teen years the lowest age he could be is like 19 and even that is stretching it.

      You know what you were right in a way my bad, I misread that it's on the Beach City page in the trivia section (the source is there but the twitter post was deleted), the trivia states that Matt Burnett confirmed that the teens were anywhere from their early teens to young adult so yeah Sour Cream could be nineteen at the very least

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    • And we all know Mr.Greg.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Hmm nine years, assuming Sour Cream is fifteen he was at least six when he last saw Marty. Also, Steven showed a lot of maturity this episode, he stuck with Sour Cream the whole time and never spoke ill of Marty until it was clear that Marty hadn't changed. Still though, nine years, how can someone never contact their kid for nine years?

      Sour Cream said that he got tall 9 years ago, if he was six at the time then he had a very weird growth pattern because you don't really get tall until puberty, usually between 12-15. I always assumed the kids in beach city aside from Onion, PeeDee, and Steven were 18-20.
      I know but didn't the Crewniverse say the teens were between 15-18 or something
      I don't know if the crewniverse let that info out or not, I'll retract my statement when shown proof, but I'm just going by what the math says, and since puberty happens in the preteen- early teen years the lowest age he could be is like 19 and even that is stretching it.
      You know what you were right in a way my bad, I misread that it's on the Beach City page in the trivia section (the source is there but the twitter post was deleted), the trivia states that Matt Burnett confirmed that the teens were anywhere from their early teens to young adult so yeah Sour Cream could be nineteen at the very least


      Everyone makes mistakes, it's cool. I know I've had similar incidents where I was sure of something but ended up being wrong. I know I was so wrong about Steven's age, I thought he was like 10-12, not 14 lol

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    • This episode makes me ship Steven Cream, a ship between Steven and Sour Cream.

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    • Yeah XD, anyways besides that I still have to wonder how someone could avoid seeing their kid for nine years

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    • Akrivus wrote: This episode makes me ship Steven Cream, a ship between Steven and Sour Cream.

      Honestly at this point, you can ship any character with any other character, it's kind of hilarious

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    • Akrivus wrote:
      This episode makes me ship Steven Cream, a ship between Steven and Sour Cream.

      How about Sour Universe? Steven Cream sounds creepy.

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    • I get that the ending of this episode was leading in to the next one but I still can't say I liked this episode. I think all I can do is tune in and hope tomorrow's episode is better.

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    • Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote: I get that the ending of this episode was leading in to the next one but I still can't say I liked this episode. I think all I can do is tune in and hope tomorrow's episode is better.

      That's fine, this isn't my favorite either, but I enjoyed it for what it was, well at least it was better than steven floats, although that's mainly due to the latter being leaked.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Yeah XD, anyways besides that I still have to wonder how someone could avoid seeing their kid for nine years


      Obviously not the good kind of person, that's for sure. I kinda think the least he could have done was advertise a soda people, besides those who hate food, would like.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Akrivus wrote:
      This episode makes me ship Steven Cream, a ship between Steven and Sour Cream.
      How about Sour Universe? Steven Cream sounds creepy.

      Steven Cream is better. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    • Akrivus wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote: How about Sour Universe? Steven Cream sounds creepy.
      Steven Cream is better. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

      You do you.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote: Yeah XD, anyways besides that I still have to wonder how someone could avoid seeing their kid for nine years

      Haven't seen mine in 9 years lol

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    • Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Yeah XD, anyways besides that I still have to wonder how someone could avoid seeing their kid for nine years

      Obviously not the good kind of person, that's for sure. I kinda think the least he could have done was advertise a soda people, besides those who hate food, would like.

      Oh those poor people, they're gonna have to spend the next few hours washing their mouths

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    • Cinnabar The Evil Gem Chemist 55555555555555555550 wrote:
      I get that the ending of this episode was leading in to the next one but I still can't say I liked this episode. I think all I can do is tune in and hope tomorrow's episode is better.


      I think people are upset over that reaction because the episode brought back a character we all assumed was a one shot thing, and it satisfied what a lot of fan's had been wanting since we learned Sour Cream was Marty's son, for them to meet up, do a little music thing, and have SC learn just how much of a jerk is.

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    • I don't think this will be the last of Marty though, he'll come back.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Yeah XD, anyways besides that I still have to wonder how someone could avoid seeing their kid for nine years

      Obviously not the good kind of person, that's for sure. I kinda think the least he could have done was advertise a soda people, besides those who hate food, would like.
      Oh those poor people, they're gonna have to spend the next few hours washing their mouths


      I know, it's not even good as normal guac which is saying something (I hate guac)

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    • I don't even like avocados, not even in guacamole, imagine having to drink that?

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    • eeeewww. I get grossed out when someone eats just a regular avacado with nothing but maybe a little pepper.

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    • I mostly don't like eating it with my sister because she likes pressing her chips into the guacamole and it bothers me for some reason. Onion seems to like it though...oh well I know a few people who like eating weird things.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote: I mostly don't like eating it with my sister because she likes pressing her chips into the guacamole and it bothers me for some reason. Onion seems to like it though...oh well I know a few people who like eating weird things.

      Somehow I knew onion would like it, I mean it's not the weirdest thing about him

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    • Worst part is it was avocado from CONCENTRATE! Its like "Hey, I found a way to make this terrible idea even WORSE!"

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    • Same here, my grandmother would eat mostlly liver and steak. And she would make tuna salad in the blender, and used velveeta for grilled cheese sandwiches. She made amazing Italian food but never ate it herself.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Worst part is it was avocado from CONCENTRATE! Its like "Hey, I found a way to make this terrible idea even WORSE!"


      Ugh, and it was all goopy instead of being a normal liquid, it's like the crewniverse went into a room and said "Alright, what is the worst possible soda flavor imagineable?" "Guacamoli!" "Good, good, but it needs to be worse..." "What about if it's from concentrate?" "Give that person a raise!"

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    • That drink made me want to hurl.

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    • Only thing I was dissapointed by was Vidalia not interacting with Marty, same with Yellow Tail and Onion, but the good news is at least the company is either gonna be sued or have their profits go down for these drinks

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    • Cecona wrote:


      Ugh, and it was all goopy instead of being a normal liquid, it's like the crewniverse went into a room and said "Alright, what is the worst possible soda flavor imagineable?" "Guacamoli!" "Good, good, but it needs to be worse..." "What about if it's from concentrate?" "Give that person a raise!"

      And it couldn't even work as a sauce *SHUTTER*.

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    • Would have been nice to see Vidalia meet up with Marty again, probably beat him with her slipper.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote: Only thing I was dissapointed by was Vidalia not interacting with Marty, same with Yellow Tail and Onion, but the good news is at least the company is either gonna be sued or have their profits go down for these drinks

      That was wasted potential, I wanted to see her interact with Marty again and see how her reaction would be, but no

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    • Having only 11 minutes to work with means some ideas have to be tossed, sadly.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Only thing I was dissapointed by was Vidalia not interacting with Marty

      The only time we saw Vidalia was a brief scene at Sourcream's concert.

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:

      Steven Bomb 17 wrote: Only thing I was dissapointed by was Vidalia not interacting with Marty, same with Yellow Tail and Onion, but the good news is at least the company is either gonna be sued or have their profits go down for these drinks

      That was wasted potential, I wanted to see her interact with Marty again and see how her reaction would be, but no

      He could always come back for some reason. Don't know when or why but maybe he comes back becuase the company goes bust and he needs a place to stay so he goes back to Vidalia for help. Then maybe we can have like him move back for like a month. Then he gets a new job. During that time he could learn to love his son, and learn about gems and stuff. Mainly from Greg maybe they talk. Who knows that they can do.

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    • That's what I'm predicting

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    • That's what I'm predicting

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    • Old age has not been kind to Marty, also how you guys wanna bet Sour Cream was cussing in another language

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    • I liked the episode. It's nice to see the sencondary characters sometimes so they are not completaly simple and forgettable.

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote: Old age has not been kind to Marty, also how you guys wanna bet Sour Cream was cussing in another language

      Someone should ask the crewniverse about that

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:

      Steven Bomb 17 wrote: Old age has not been kind to Marty, also how you guys wanna bet Sour Cream was cussing in another language

      Someone should ask the crewniverse about that

      Yes, although I can see them chuckling when asked this question

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    • I just tweeted MCBurnett about Yellowtail's language, HOPE-fully my celebrity status will help us out here.

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    • AquaticPanic wrote:
      I liked the episode. It's nice to see the sencondary characters sometimes so they are not completaly simple and forgettable.

      I totally agree.

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    • Since we discover Marty only does the right desent thing when the law oligates him to. I think Marty was in Sour Cream's life because of the law obligating him, and when Vidalia married Yellow Tail, I guess he wasn't obligated anymore. I am not sure the exact laws when it comes to child support, but this is an alternative world, so maybe they have different laws.

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    • I didn't think it could be posssible, but Marty somewho got even worse!

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      I didn't think it could be posssible, but Marty somewho got even worse!


      I disagree, becuase I thought he koocked up a woman, and took off, and was never part of his chld's life. So in a way, he is less bad than I thought he was.

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    • Honestly though I knew what was gonna happen throughout the entire episode, even if it's not filler, it wasn't that great, it was just kind of a beginner to the next episode, with nothing much really happening except for sour cream, and that's my major problem with this episode. Biggest problem? Very predictable

      I mean I think we all knew marty was gonna toss sour cream to the side.

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    • Mediawatcher wrote:
      Honestly though I knew what was gonna happen throughout the entire episode, even if it's not filler, it wasn't that great, it was just kind of a beginner to the next episode, with nothing much really happening except for sour cream, and that's my major problem with this episode. Biggest problem? Very predictable

      I mean I think we all knew marty was gonna toss sour cream to the side.


      Agreed. But the Guacamole Soda was not really predictable :v I'd expect him to lie to Sour Cream but... Guacamole Soda?

      I guess the Durian Juice just found a brand new best friend

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    • Guacola ! Not for human consumption (excpet for Onion)

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    • If that Soda was in real life I would kill my self

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    • At least durian juice might actually taste good to someone. Honestly I thought Marty was just gonna skip town in the middle of Sour Cream's show or something.

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    • we all knew Marty was going to throw Sour Cream aside, but how it went about was definitely different then what I thought would happen. The soda angle was definitely a surprise.

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    • Cecona wrote: we all knew Marty was going to throw Sour Cream aside, but how it went about was definitely different then what I thought would happen. The soda angle was definitely a surprise.

      Yes the soda and the 10 million dollars at the end was a suprise, but aside from that it was a cliched, but good episode.

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    • Was there a new ending theme after this episode?

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    • R&CFOREVER wrote:
      Guacola ! Not for human consumption (excpet for Onion)


      Onion isn't human

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    • Lithium Quartz wrote:
      R&CFOREVER wrote:
      Guacola ! Not for human consumption (excpet for Onion)

      Onion isn't human

      Onion is Yellur dimon

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Was there a new ending theme after this episode?

      not sure, CN doesn't play the ending theme and instead uses the time to advertise other shows.

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    • Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Was there a new ending theme after this episode?
      not sure, CN doesn't play the ending theme and instead uses the time to advertise other shows.

      Ah ok, just wondering because I think AV club said there was a new verse in the ending theme although they could've meant something else

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Was there a new ending theme after this episode?
      not sure, CN doesn't play the ending theme and instead uses the time to advertise other shows.
      Ah ok, just wondering because I think AV club said there was a new verse in the ending theme although they could've meant something else


      Whatever. It's not like we do not have the full version released.

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    • AquaticPanic wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Cecona wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Was there a new ending theme after this episode?
      not sure, CN doesn't play the ending theme and instead uses the time to advertise other shows.
      Ah ok, just wondering because I think AV club said there was a new verse in the ending theme although they could've meant something else

      Whatever. It's not like we do not have the full version released.

      True but if the next part was sung in this episode it might be a clue to who is singing in universe including the possibility that no one was singing this in universe

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    • When the episode appears on the cartoon network app we'll know because the app plays the ending themes to shows.

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    • So all we can to is wait...

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    • Marty you selfish son of a meme (not sure if I can say that but I'm sorry in advance)

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    • Agreed, but dude don't say that

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    • Benjamin DiVittorio wrote:
      Marty you selfish son of a meme (not sure if I can say that but I'm sorry in advance)


      I'm sure everyone agrees with you

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    • Well Rebecca Sugar says this show have all female characters being important beside Steven and Greg but I feel this is one episode that doesn't have any female characters being important! This episode was all-male episode! What up with that? LOL

      Marty look like a crocodile or a snake! He look like both!

      It seem Yellowtail have finally accept his son's passion for DJ! He was so kind enough to let his son to play DJ!

      What happens with Steven's POV?! He hasn't with Greg when Marty give him 10000000 dollars!

      Man! I wish DR. EVIL say 1 billion dollar! :)

      Onion is one strange kid for drinking a nasty soda!

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    • "Well Rebecca Sugar says this show have all female characters being important beside Steven and Greg" Wrong, she said that she gives female characters attention too, as well as the male ones.

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    • There was one thing missing from the episode in my opinion.

      Before Marty arrives.

      Sour Cream: Gee Steven, thanks so much for helping me set up. Will you and your girl friend come to the Rave? You two are such a great dancer together.

      Sour Cream winks.

      Steven blushes.

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    • Vin13ish wrote:
      Well Rebecca Sugar says this show have all female characters being important beside Steven and Greg but I feel this is one episode that doesn't have any female characters being important! This episode was all-male episode! What up with that? LOL

      Marty look like a crocodile or a snake! He look like both!

      It seem Yellowtail have finally accept his son's passion for DJ! He was so kind enough to let his son to play DJ!

      What happens with Steven's POV?! He hasn't with Greg when Marty give him 10000000 dollars!

      Man! I wish DR. EVIL say 1 billion dollar! :)

      Onion is one strange kid for drinking a nasty soda!

      This wasn't the first episode to focus mostly/entirely on other male characters. There's also "Frybo" and "Shirt Club".

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    • It's totally all 100% confirmed, that Sour Cream was raced by Vidalia and Marty.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      It's totally all 100% confirmed, that Sour Cream was raced by Vidalia and Marty.

      Mooooooooooore like 99 percent Vidalia, and one percent Marty.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      It's totally all 100% confirmed, that Sour Cream was raced by Vidalia and Marty.
      Mooooooooooore like 99 percent Vidalia, and one percent Marty.

      Yeah. That's even more something, alright.

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    • I could sworn while watching the episode I saw Ian's avatar.

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    • I realized that almost every family in Beach City is not conventional or not completely shown.

      Vidalia had two kids from two different men: Sour Cream from Marty (divorced?) and Onion from Yellow Tail (always away from home).

      Pizza family: Jenny and Kiki have only heir father Kofi, who has only his mother Nanafua.

      Fryman family: one single dad with two kids.

      Sadie has only her mother Barb.

      Buck has only his father, mayor Dewey.

      The only nuclear (cit.) family shown is Connie's.

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    • This episode was good...especially the ending XD

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    • Preproman wrote:
      I realized that almost every family in Beach City is not conventional or not completely shown.

      Vidalia had two kids from two different men: Sour Cream from Marty (divorced?) and Onion from Yellow Tail (always away from home).

      Pizza family: Jenny and Kiki have only heir father Kofi, who has only his mother Nanafua.

      Fryman family: one single dad with two kids.

      Sadie has only her mother Barb.

      Buck has only his father, mayor Dewey.

      The only nuclear (cit.) family shown is Connie's.

      They might not all be single parent families. Some of them we might have just not seen the other parent.

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    • Forestfleet wrote: I could sworn while watching the episode I saw Ian's avatar.

      I saw it too.

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    • Preproman wrote: I realized that almost every family in Beach City is not conventional or not completely shown.

      Vidalia had two kids from two different men: Sour Cream from Marty (divorced?) and Onion from Yellow Tail (always away from home).

      Pizza family: Jenny and Kiki have only heir father Kofi, who has only his mother Nanafua.

      Fryman family: one single dad with two kids.

      Sadie has only her mother Barb.

      Buck has only his father, mayor Dewey.

      The only nuclear (cit.) family shown is Connie's.

      Here's a question, who is Lars' parents. I have a the Ey but o want to see what you think, also my theory isn't so much a Thierry but a prediction.

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    • Preproman wrote:
      I realized that almost every family in Beach City is not conventional or not completely shown.

      Vidalia had two kids from two different men: Sour Cream from Marty (divorced?) and Onion from Yellow Tail (always away from home).

      Pizza family: Jenny and Kiki have only heir father Kofi, who has only his mother Nanafua.

      Fryman family: one single dad with two kids.

      Sadie has only her mother Barb.

      Buck has only his father, mayor Dewey.

      The only nuclear (cit.) family shown is Connie's.


      Well you never know things can change in coming episodes.

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    • Zzfunk wrote:

      Preproman wrote:
      I realized that almost every family in Beach City is not conventional or not completely shown.

      Vidalia had two kids from two different men: Sour Cream from Marty (divorced?) and Onion from Yellow Tail (always away from home).

      Pizza family: Jenny and Kiki have only heir father Kofi, who has only his mother Nanafua.

      Fryman family: one single dad with two kids.

      Sadie has only her mother Barb.

      Buck has only his father, mayor Dewey.

      The only nuclear (cit.) family shown is Connie's.


      Well you never know things can change in coming episodes.

      Very true.

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    • Preproman wrote:
      I realized that almost every family in Beach City is not conventional or not completely shown.

      Vidalia had two kids from two different men: Sour Cream from Marty (divorced?) and Onion from Yellow Tail (always away from home).

      Pizza family: Jenny and Kiki have only heir father Kofi, who has only his mother Nanafua.

      Fryman family: one single dad with two kids.

      Sadie has only her mother Barb.

      Buck has only his father, mayor Dewey.

      The only nuclear (cit.) family shown is Connie's.

      And Lars has no parents so far. Curiously, Connie is also the only one that is not from Beach City.

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    • Beach City is either a widowmaker, or a marriage killer, possibly both.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote: Beach City is either a widowmaker, or a marriage killer, possibly both.

      Yep lol, but does anyone know what Lars is all about, who are his parents, who does he,live with. Really does anyone have a theory. All I have is a prediction on when we will see them or one of them.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      ....TEN MILLIONS DOLLARS?! DEAR LORD-the star child was more popular than I thought!

      It's MORE THAN EIGHT MILLIONS !!!!!!!!! 

      Greg : Now i can marry Pearl , The honeymoon will be at moon !

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    • Steven universe is cool wrote:

      Yoshimickster wrote: Beach City is either a widowmaker, or a marriage killer, possibly both.

      Yep lol, but does anyone know what Lars is all about, who are his parents, who does he,live with. Really does anyone have a theory. All I have is a prediction on when we will see them or one of them.


      I think we will see at the least one of them in "The New Lars"

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    • AquaticPanic wrote:
      Steven universe is cool wrote:

      Yoshimickster wrote: Beach City is either a widowmaker, or a marriage killer, possibly both.

      Yep lol, but does anyone know what Lars is all about, who are his parents, who does he,live with. Really does anyone have a theory. All I have is a prediction on when we will see them or one of them.

      I think we will see at the least one of them in "The New Lars"

      Yes, if "The New Lars" will be similar to other character development episodes, we will be shown a lot of things we don't know about him. It will be nice to discover how many parents he has!

      About other families: I know things can change, but, for example, we knew about Sadie's mother before her introduction ("Lion 3"), while she never mentions her father. All the members of the Pizzas work at their restaurant, and I think it would be odd to discover that "mother Pizza" (LOL) is not involved in the family business. Fryman family too, and we even see the three of them running away from the hand-ship in "Keep Beach City Weird", again, without a mother with them. I don't think we will see any of these.

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    • Anyone else saw this?

      Lauren & Ian
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    • You know never know they pull an Elisa Biskits (Littlest Pet Shop in case you don't know) with Pizza mom.

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    • Like I said a while ago, if Mrs. Fryman is dead that might explain why Ronaldo throws himself into paranormal studies. Anyways, I guess the only good thing I can say about Marty is at least he wasn't rude to Steven although that might be to keep from getting on Greg's bad side. 

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    • What little we know about the ages of the "kids" in Beach City and environs:

      They all appear to live with their parent(s), but that's not unusual for college-aged kids these days.

      Sadie Miller started at the Big Donut as a summer job and has been there three years already. Could be college-aged.

      Kiki and Jenny Pizza are old enough to drive. They work in the family business.

      Buck and Sour Cream hang out with Jenny, possibly implying they are of similar ages or were/are in school together.

      Ronaldo and Lars seem to be of similar age. They hung out together as kids. Lars looks up to the "Cool Kids"; he could be the same age or younger, but seems unlikely to be older.

      Steven recently turned fourteen but looks younger (stopped aging around eight but I don't think he's supposed to *look* eight, more the 10-12 range we all assumed before his age was confirmed). Hangs out with kids of all ages.

      Connie gave her age as "twelve and three quarters" on Steven's birthday. She is the only one out of any of these who has mentioned going to school.

      Peedee seemed to be a friend/peer of Steven's early on, though they haven't interacted in awhile. Could be a bit younger than Steven's actual age. Works in the family business and has very adult worries.

      Onion seems like the youngest kid we've seen. Like all of them, he is remarkably unsupervised. He and Steven bond over collecting the same brand of toys.

      Any other data points I've missed?

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    • How long do you thing the money is gonna last for until he goes broke again? (probably a week or two)

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    • Yeah, I doubt Greg will stay rich for long.

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    • HTahboub wrote:
      How long do you thing the money is gonna last for until he goes broke again? (probably a week or two)

      Unless the rest money is given to charity, I hope it's not all spent by the end of the next episode. This could be Greg's chance to buy a house.

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    • How many people agreee with me on this statement about Greg's $$: Steven Gives gifts to all the gems with it Like  a trip to Empire city For Pearl.

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    • Pomi098 wrote: How many people agreee with me on this statement about Greg's $$: Steven Gives gifts to all the gems with it Like  a trip to Empire city For Pearl.

      Yeah that sounds like a very interesting story. Steven has Greg buy him gift for the gems. They all deserve some fun times with Steven. Also that explains a lot of the clips.

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    • Yeah, It explains alot of the clips.

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    • And you know, it's even good to see Vidalia again, but in a short scene and seeing her dancing. I kinda liked that. (-:

      But, she even looks a little bit different. It's about her hair. o-:/

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote: And you know, it's even good to see Vidalia again, but in a short scene and seeing her dancing. I kinda liked that. (-:

      But, she even looks a little bit different. It's about her hair. o-:/

      I thought she looked a bit older and them cloths are diffrent

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    • Steven universe is cool wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote: And you know, it's even good to see Vidalia again, but in a short scene and seeing her dancing. I kinda liked that. (-:

      But, she even looks a little bit different. It's about her hair. o-:/

      I thought she looked a bit older and them cloths are diffrent

      Yeah, pretty much. But still lookin` awesome, she is. (;-)

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    • Mazinderan wrote:
      Yeah, I doubt Greg will stay rich for long.

      He's definetly gonna spend alot of money but still, blowing all 10 mil seems a bit too dumb even for a bonehead like greg.

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    • Yeah, pretty much. But still lookin` awesome, she is. (;-)

      I barely saw that scene and didn't even get to see her. :(

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    • Anyone else think Marty looks like Voldemort?

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    • New Marty = Swag

      Now seriously, he was being such a dink by adding an ad to his son's concert. At least he had the dignity to give Greg the money that belonged to him, though I don't agree with the way he spends it in the next episode...

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    • Thank you rewatch:

      "Marty here, talk to me! Yeah I know I called you."

      Just hilarious.

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    • Malachite diamond wrote:
      Anyone else think Marty looks like Voldemort?

      Don't insult Voldemort like that!

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    • ElTitoDan72 wrote: New Marty = Swag

      Now seriously, he was being such a dink by adding an ad to his son's concert. At least he had the dignity to give Greg the money that belonged to him, though I don't agree with the way he spends it in the next episode...

      He didn't really have any dignity giving Greg the check, he was legally obligated to so if he had a choice I'm pretty sure he would've just kept it and Greg may have never known his old manager was using his song for his own financial gain.

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    • Why do I get the feeling Marty was the manager to a bunch of young musicians, stole their songs, and made a killing?

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    • Because marty is a super SUPER mean manager and betrayed his son for some Disgusting soda.

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    • Yeah when I saw how everyone is feeling so disgusted from dranking and eating and checking the disgusting soda, I kept feeling was gonna throw up and made my eyes all watery. It was creepy crazy. )-:)

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    • We know Yellow Tail is a better dad than Marty, I am willing to beat he is a better lover as well, another reaosn I wish we got to see the converstation Vidalia and Amethyst had when Steven was playing in Onion's room in "Onion's Friend".

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    • So people that don't want a Jasper redemption because they want Steven to experience failure in redemption attempt, so you got your wish, so know we can redeem Jasper, right?

      No, because Steven didn't really try to change Marty. And with all the enemies he's converted, why can't he have an honestly evil villain? In fact I'm glad it wasn't him who solved things this episode.

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    • Verdemar wrote: So people that don't want a Jasper redemption because they want Steven to experience failure in redemption attempt, so you got your wish, so know we can redeem Jasper, right?

      No, because Steven didn't really try to change Marty. And with all the enemies he's converted, why can't he have an honestly evil villain? In fact I'm glad it wasn't him who solved things this episode.

      I still hope they don't redeem yellow diamond or all homeworld gems, I sure some of them won't care in the slightest about what Steven has to say

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    • Did you all still remember what Greg said about Marty, back in the episode "Story for Steven"? "He's dead to me." Lol. C-x

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    • Why didn't Marty even mention a crap about Vidalia? I thought he still maybe loves her. |-:

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Why didn't Marty even mention a crap about Vidalia? I thought he still maybe loves her. |-:

      Replace "Love" with "lust" and you'd be more accurate. 

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    • so your saying Marty's sexually attracted to Vidalia.

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    • Pomi098 wrote:
      so your saying Marty's sexually attracted to Vidalia.

      They had a kid and he left, of course he was! If he stayed that'd be a different story.

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    • I assume that Steven learned how to change the density of other objects, after that whole "Steven Floats" episode

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