|Episode #||38 (Season 3, Ep. 13)|
|Airdate||May 26th, 2016|
The 38th episode in The Rosen Family Chronicles and 256Pi's final project for his film class at college. Watch it here.
Plot[edit | edit source]
This episode is a flashback that takes place shortly after Older Rosen first moved into his flat. One night, he was hungry for chocolate cake (of course) so he went down the stairs and over to a room with a vending machine and a sofa. Older Rosen of course hid a slice of chocolate cake behind the sofa and went to get it, but then he notices that it's disappeared. He looks around, and sees the hallway in front of him has some little crumbly bits of chocolate cake sprinkled around, so he figures it's been stolen, and goes after the thief. (One of his neighbors has been woken up by his stomping around, despite his efforts to be quiet.)
He goes outside, and notices The Presents Inspector walking by. Older Rosen immediately thinks he's found the thief (or "secret agent smuggling outfit", whatever you want) and gives chase. He stops The Presents Inspector in a park and confronts him. The Presents Inspector at first pretends not to know what he's talking about, but Older Rosen tells him to take off his hat, and threatens to take it off for him. The Presents Inspector does so, and reveals the chocolate cake hidden under his hat. Before Older Rosen has a chance to do anything to him, The Presents Inspector dashes away. Older Rosen of course gives chase again, passing through a few alleyways (one of which has Augmented Reality Rog in it), and The Presents Inspector is suddenly hit by a car. Older Rosen comments on how that must have hurt, and The Presents Inspector lands not too far away from him, with the chocolate cake landing right in front of it. Older Rosen immediately eats it, and proclaims his love for chocolate cake. The Presents Inspector sarcastically comments "I didn't know that..."
Music[edit | edit source]
- "Death Wish (Main Theme)" by Herbie Hancock
- "Do A Thing" by Herbie Hancock
- "Fill Your Hand" by Herbie Hancock
- "Joanna's Theme" by Herbie Hancock