This chapter is pretty depressing and horrifying so I don’t know if I can make a pun here. Blake goes off of the chain?
Blake meets a new council that treats him much with the same level of respect as the Jacob’s Bell council did.
We spend 15-20 minutes discussing whether or not a series of 15-20 minute documentaries is worth watching. Elliot and Reuben discuss Netflix and Vox’s Explained. For next fortnight’s Prescription, we’re joined by special guest Matt Freeman who is talking about Pulp Fiction. This Prescription starts at 18:34. Unfortunately the video essay we briefly discuss seems to have been lost to the YouTube ether, so we don’t have a link for you.
Blake enjoys a nice car ride with a new friend, and then has a chill party with his old friends. Surely the rest of this arc will be just as pleasant.
We round off Breach with a histories chapter on Sandra Duchamp. From the horrors of the Duchamp family, to the Faerie court, to the permanent orgy of her house, we see there’s pretty much nothing Sandra won’t do for family.
A reading of the Pact Audiobook Project Breach 3.X Written by Wildbow Read by Lunalee About Page
Whew, that sure was a close call! Luckily, Blake has delayed the ritual for at LEAST a week, right…?
Today we get to see part 2 of operation “Get into Laird’s house and figure it out”, and things aren’t going well. Blake races against the clock (get it?) to save the house and getaway. Things start going wrong when he starts transforming back into a real boy.
Blake goes undercover, unnecessarily posing as a massive creeper. We also get to see what Rose has been hiding from him, alongside a desperate attempt from Maggie’s dad to save her from herself.
It Follows, We Podcast. Elliot and Reuben chat about It Follows, and great ideas for what a sequel could be about. Next fortnight, we’ll be talking about Explained. Prescription starts at 24:34.