Air Date: May 29, 2020
Harley is in charge of Ivy’s Bachelorette party, but might be wrestling with her feelings for her best friend after they kissed. Meanwhile, King Shark is called home to King Daddy to be forced into an arranged marriage with a Hammerhead named Tabitha.
This episode had two plotlines that were seemingly separate but connected through deeper themes concerning the nature of relationships. Also, both sections were very funny, though King Sharks story got just a tad over-the-top in the cartoony department for my tastes. I guess it came with a song to rival and parody Under the Sea from the Little Mermaid.
I like this shift in tone from one that was more action and adventure focused to more one that’s romantic-comedy in style. Still has the comic-book comedy and a dash of the ol’ ultraviolence, but this is also a show that can change from episode to episode. I wouldn’t be surprised if the next one was based on Godzilla and giant Harley could fight the city, or something. Oh wait, they did giant Ivy already, never mind.
+10: very hilarious and fun