Jojo 19: Switching things up

Jojo 19

Sometimes I like to try new things. It’s not often, but it happens from time to time. This time around, it was Zelda. I bought the new Zelda game, and I’m trying to figure it out. Unfortunately, I’m more of a Mario or Pokemon guy. I need my hand held through every step of the game. Within 30 seconds of turning the game on, I had killed Link twice, once by jumping off a cliff, and another time by being incinerated by a campfire.

What does that have to do with Jojo? Nothing. But Jojo’s episode this week wasn’t exactly the most exciting, nor did it leave me with much to speak about. So the red stone of Aja is really, really important, but no one will tell me why. If I just knew why everyone acts like that’s the most important thing, I’d relax for a bit, but I’m panicking over Jojo’s poison rings. If he dies, then the new name of the show is Von Stroheim’s Bizarre Adventure. Doesn’t exactly ring with excitement, does it?

Then we’ve got Jojo and Caesar fighting over what to do. It kind of reminds me of that big fight Brutus and Cassius had. Cassius was my guy; I liked his idea. But Brutus had a different idea, and they went with that one. Then we saw Brutus’ and Cassius’ dead bodies getting hauled out by Mark Antony and Augustus. The same is true here. Jojo’s the smart one here; Caesar’s the stupid one. But just like that other Caesar, he’s too ambitious.

An okay episode here; not great by any means, but not bad, either.

Episode rating (out of four stars): **