Father Trones: So, they are trying to say that the priest got into an airplane in the luggage area or whatever, fell from there frozen as ice and still remained intact and then found in that stable. WHAT THE HELL MAN, I want to meet the author of this, seriously. THIS IS GENIUS.
Comedy relief FBI agent: I didn’t appreciate the FBI agent portraying as a comedy character relief in this whole situation. Yelling ‘Mama!!’ or ‘I want to go home eat my mother’s cooking’ and using his tie to light up the oil and him being all like: (〇□〇), no. Just no.
Cocaine on the floor: I was sure that the rainbow party Jesus mystery wouldn’t disappoint and yes guys. We have cocaine on the floor that the vibrations caused by the underground factory make it go floating in the air and making everyone hallucinating and seeing rainbows. Is that how cocaine works?
Themes & Trivia
Hero of Alexandra: Hero of Alexandria, in greek: Ἥρων ὁ Ἀλεξανδρεύς, (c. 10 AD – c. 70 AD) was a mathematician and engineer who was active in his native city of Alexandria, Roman Egypt. He is considered the greatest experimenter of antiquity and his work is representative of the Hellenistic scientific tradition. Hero published a well-recognized description of a steam-powered device called an aeolipile (sometimes called a “Hero engine”). Among his most famous inventions was a wind-wheel, constituting the earliest instance of wind harnessing on land.
Luminous Moss: Schistostega pennata, also called goblin gold, luminous moss or luminescent moss, is a moss known for its glowing appearance in dark places. It is the only member of the family Schistostegaceae. The moss’s greenish-gold glowing appearance is due to the clear, spherical cells in the protonema that can collect even the faintest light like lenses, and the chloroplasts nearby in turn give off the greenish glow from the reflected light.
So, even if I called it for the poor children and apparently the whole families that worked for Galdoune, I was still surprised by the rest of the things mentioned in the plot. First of all, why do they have so many Greek riddles in a village in Tuscany? No one knows…
I know that I am starting to get repetitive but the luminescent moss cave once again reminded me of ‘Starry Night’. My favorite part of the episode, as you might have guessed, was solving of the miracle with the cocaine on the floor. I mean, seriously, I couldn’t stop laughing. Also, I liked Julia’s approach to make Roberto and Hiraga join the Galdoune organization or cult or whatever it is. ‘Hiraga, I will help you cure your brother’s disease. Roberto you can be locked up in a library for the rest of your life deciphering and translating old books. Sounds good? Yup, all good!’
Cocaine is God’s way of telling you that you have too much money…