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Welcome to Together Breakfast, the feature where Elle Collins and Katie Schenkel come together to dig in and relish every last drop of Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe.
This time around Connie goes on her first official mission, Amethyst offers some combat advice, and a villain we guessed would return soon returns twice. Due to a scheduling problem, we weren’t able to watch last night’s episode in time to discuss it today, but we’ll catch up with it in Monday’s recap. Elle: I don’t think we have talked about that, but I can’t say it surprises me that you would identify with her. I also love that, following the events of Nightmare Hospital, her parents are now fully on board with Connie taking part in missions and wielding a sword. Katie: I have the feeling that Connie’s mom, very nervous about sending her daughter off like this but not wanting to seem unsupportive after their breakthrough, says, “Take plenty of pictures, I guess,” because she’s not sure what to say.
But it does show her parents loosening up, and so is Pearl apparently, since she gets into posing silly with Connie and is actually cracking jokes on a mission.
Elle: I love seeing not just how much Pearl has grown, but how good she seems to be doing emotionally.
The other thing that I love in this episode is the revelation of Connie’s wilderness skills. But I will say that for someone who both read a survival guide and who watches television, for Connie to suggest they split up had me shaking my head. Katie: I can’t believe that just last Together Breakfast you pointed out how Jasper keeps coming back again and again (and I even ended with “I’m sure we haven’t seen the last of her”) and here she is, in both of the episode we’re talking about today! I was really impressed by how the writers set up the surprise, especially since it’s been so soon since Jasper showed up.
Elle: It was a perfect red herring and twist, and I loved how quickly Jasper enters the frame when she attacks the monster.
For a second it looks like she’s saving Connie and Steven, but of course she’s just doing her own nefarious thing. That being said, the way Pearl reacted to the mission again showed how she’s gotten better at being a mentor.
Katie: So I’ve been rewatching a lot of episodes thanks to Cartoon Network doing lots of mini marathons of the show during the day, and the first half of Crack the Whip felt very much like the early, early episodes of the show. Elle: I agree, but we soon catch right back up to the previous episode, when the same monsters emerge from the ocean, accompanied by Jasper. Katie: I feel like the animators made a point of having Amethyst’s hair look the most like Jasper’s that it’s ever been in this. This episode brings to light just another way Jasper finds “Rose’s army” detestable — that she’d keep around a faulty quartz soldier.
Elle: Jasper really destroys Amethyst in two ways at once, shattering her emotionally even as she wins the fight and destroys her physically body. Katie: Jumping a bit to the end of the episode when Amethyst comes to the conclusion that Connie and Steven didn’t need her, it’s especially heartbreaking because she doesn’t even realize what an impact she has on them.

For one, she spent the whole day helping them relax and find their center, ultimately giving them what they needed to find focus in the fight. Elle: My favorite was Stevonnie on Lion and Jasper on the monster, riding directly toward each other, almost like a joust. Elle: It’s too bad we couldn’t make it to that episode today, but I’m excited to reconvene and talk about it on Monday.
Katie: And on top of that, next Together Breakfast we’re finally getting to Bismuth’s arrival! When you have confirmed your password, you will be able to log in through Facebook on both sites. The above words compose just a small piece of the inspirational new song released by pop artist Katy Perry entitled ‘Rise.’ The song will be featured in NBC’s coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, whose opening ceremony kicks-off on August 5th.
About the song’s message, Perry states, “I know that together we can rise above the fear – in our country, and around the world. The entire set of lyrics are printed below in case you want to sing along to this spirited 2016 Olympic anthem.
With the current nightly summer schedule, we’re going to be doing a couple of these a week, and two to three episodes per column.
Gem Hunt was written by Colin Howard and Jeff Liu, and directed by Joe Johnston and Jasmin Lai. Other than Beach City Drift, which was really mostly Stevonnie, this season has been light on Connie so far. I’m not exactly as Type A as her, but I worked really hard in school and read fantasy novels and always worried anyone who was hanging out with me didn’t want to really hang out with me. Connie is such a fully realized character, and a pitch perfect portrayal of a sort of little girl that we rarely see on television, and especially in cartoons. Which in and of itself shows just how much Steven’s influence has helped her, how much she’s grown since the first season. She gets a little insecure when Steven and Connie aren’t answering on their walkie talkie, but she’s doing a lot better than she was last season.
She’s a bit of a survivalist, apparently, and has a used copy of a book called How to Survive: The Punishment of Nature, which is seriously a fantastic title.
I’m imagining Connie starting to learn about survival skills in the last year or so as things with Steven and the Gems got more dangerous, which is a really cute image in my head. It’s the trope of bad mistakes when you’re out in the wild, especially when monsters are involved! And then she walks off into the snow, which enables this episode to have a happy ending, but like you said, she’s not gone for long. She doesn’t just focus on the negative of Jasper being back, but makes sure to praise Connie for doing exactly what she instructed. Steven going out to the boardwalk and causing minor mischief, plus Amethyst encouraging him to goof off, was such a big focus in season one.

I know a lot of fans have speculated on a connection between Amethyst and Jasper, and this episode confirms it.
Even though Amethyst reforms in time for the end of the episode, she’s clearly far from okay, and I’m worried about what this means for her going forward. For another, the whole reason they turned into Stevonnie was to come to her aid — they were inspired by her to go protect her. Getting to see her use both Connie’s sword and Steven’s shield at the same time is the stuff of fandom’s dreams. And considering all Steven could think to do when Jasper showed up last episode was to put a bubble around himself and Connie, it was awesome to see them beat her together this time around.
But the much more pressing concern of the moment is Amethyst, who like you say clearly isn’t aware of how important she is, or how loved. Her transformation into humanoid again looked almost painful, with her gripping the ground and a jagged burst of form before stabilizing.
I can’t think of a better example than the Olympic athletes, as they gather in Rio with their strength and fearlessness, to remind us how we ALL can come together, with the resolve to be the best we can be.
It may be hectic, but hopefully you’ll keep up with us as we dive headlong into the world of the Crystal Gems.
So for Connie to not only stay around as Steven’s best non-related human friend but to come into her own as a hero (I wanted to learn swordfighting in school, too!) and more or less an honorary Crystal Gem makes me very happy. They always split up on that show, and end up just fine, aside from Shaggy and Scooby getting scared and Velma losing her glasses for a minute. And it definitely stays relevant throughout the next episode, Crack the Whip, which starts with Pearl and Garnet leaving to look for Jasper, which means Pearl has to call off Connie’s training session and leave her and Steven under the apathetic guardianship of Amethyst. They’re both quartz soldiers, except that Amethyst is smaller than most, and as she says, she’s got other stuff going on besides fighting. And then, as she’s decimating Amethyst, she reveals that she thinks Rose deserved a soldier like herself and instead got an embarrassment.
I totally get why Amethyst doesn’t see it in the moment, but I was shouting at my television as the episode ended that she didn’t understaaaand. Of course this just increases Jasper’s very obviously unhealthy obsession with fusion, which is definitely leading nowhere good. And since I’ve heard through the grapevine that the next episode is another big Amethyst one, it looks like we might see her dealing with it head on sooner than later.

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