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My 2 Cents on Episode 3.13: Heaven and Hell
(1/4/03)



And so it all comes down to this.”

Anyone else positively loathe that statement?  Entirely overused if you ask me…but damned if I can think of a better lead-in.


As finales go, this episode plays out much more like a denouement than a climax.  Honestly, it’s hard to pinpoint when season 3 “climaxes” (Boomtown comes to mind, but for an entirely different reason).  You could say it’s at the end of May, when Stan instigates his damnation. You could say it occurs midway through the season, when our heroes deduce that Fire/Water are actually some kind of afterlife. You could say it’s when Xev inherits the key to the Lexx.  Or you could say it’s when Stan undergoes his trial on the Beach and is sentenced to an eternity on Fire. You could say any of them or all of them serve as the climax, and you’d be dead-on. That’s just one more reason why I love this season so much.  It’s a multi-layered story that the beans clearly want us to continue pondering long after the credits roll.

But all kickass things must come to an end…

This time around we kick things off with Kai. When last we left him he had just been “reborn” on Gametown (mere seconds before Xev chose that very location, of all the spots on the planet, to fly by…happy chance, I’m sure). I guess this means that this is the city where Kai’s soul was meant to go when it was his turn to live again. I suppose I should use this opening paragraph to speculate on just how this rebirth process works. Kai dematerialized in that eerie, pulsating blue…thing…at the center of the planet, then reappeared on Gametown.  So far so good (yeah, I’ll bitch mightily about Stan’s hat or Xev’s beyond-uncanny ability to find a needle in a haystack when it suits the story, but when it comes to mystical, metaphysical type stuff, I’m inclined to take it at face value…does that make me a hypocrite?). However, it raises a rather pertinent question: why did this process work on him at all? Kai isn’t a soul, nor does he have one. He is, as Prince referred to him, a machine. A hunk of animated, sexually appealing rotting meat.  Therefore, I would have figured that he would simply remain there, in limbo in the center of the planet. Perhaps we can take this series of events as some sort of indicator that a part of Kai’s soul, no matter how small, is still somehow fused with him. That’s just a shot in the dark though. We all know the Beans are notorious for not explaining themselves, and this scenario fits snugly into that category.

Now personally (based on what we know from episodes past), if I woke up on Gametown I would immediately greet the others with something along the lines of: “Wow, being reincarnated sure caused me to work up a sweat, let’s hit the showers!” But, since Kai is about as much fun as a prostate exam, he gave them the cold shoulder. But, as we quickly discover, the dead man apparently has something of a soft spot in him (no pun intended, I swear), as he is quick to plant a kiss on 790 (he certainly puts out more than Xev ever did). At first I figured Kai was probably doing this to shut him up—for it is well documented that the dead cannot stomach bad poetry—but true to form, that plan backfired. BTW, since we’re on that subject, what exactly is Kai dead but ripe for? I can certainly jump to a few conclusions of my own, but we are never told for sure. Actually, I have to applaud old Paul Donovan for this line, as it was purposely inserted into the script in order to provoke all of the viewers into tapping into that sordid little area of their minds and filling in the blank (pardon me a moment while I induce vomiting and attempt to perform the world’s first recorded “Q-tip self-lobotomy).

Moving on…

Minus the thousands of years they’ve spent in cryosleep, I’ll go out on a limb and say that the Lexx crew have known each other for roughly two years or so (educated guess). That said, Kai doesn’t hesitate to proclaim that Stan must on Fire. I guess old Kai has been keeping score since day one...let it never be said that the dead do not pass judgment.

I’m not even going to bother to ask how Prince was able to rebuild his tower, complete with the Fiery, Mysterious, Swirling, Red-Hot Wishing Well of Death. I’ll just take it on blind faith that these cities either materialize in some way, or that Prince simply salvaged most of his old stuff and relocated. If the latter is the case, I will also take it on blind faith that Kai was able to find his new abode without much trouble. I’m sure I could attribute it to all those years of divine assassin training, or to 790’s so-called “robot instinct,” but for the sake of brevity, and my own sanity, I think I’ll just apply the handy MST3K disclaimer, smile, nod, and move on.

Was that shot of Prince with his arms out, gleefully greeting Xev and Kai badass or what?

Alrighty, we all love Kai (some of us to an extent that vastly transcends the positive responses normally afforded for fictional characters, but I digress...), and we all know he’s a go-getter who’ll always try to help his friends, but I honestly have to question the dead man’s judgment sometimes. Case in point: the aforementioned wishing well from hell. Kai takes the 3,000,000,000 degree Nestea plunge without even bothering to ask such elementary questions as “What is this thing?” “Where does it go?” or “Even though I am dead and decarbonized, and therefore immune to virtually all forms of pain, can jumping in here in any way harm me?” Talk about your big time leaps of faith. Still, you gotta admire him. I know if I were Kai (and God willing, minus the hairdo, the nine prosthetic metal nipples, and the fact that his nether regions have been replaced with a Fram oil filter, some day I will be), I’d have probably rationalized that Stan was happy in his new home, and gotten the hell out of Dodge.

While we’re on that topic, what good does Kai hope to accomplish by threatening to kill Prince?  Good Lord, that’s like saying “Gimme all the money in the register or I’ll shoot myself in the foot!” If Kai really wanted Prince to cough up some answers, he should have threatened to torture him, without actually killing him. I’m sure if Xev said “Kai, start at his feet and don’t let up until he gives up the goods,” he could do it. I’m going to assume the possibility was never brought up because Kai was still disoriented from his little transcension-that-wasn’t, and Xev was still reeling from the newfound responsibility of becoming the new captain of the Lexx (it’s like breaking in a puppy…a mile-long puppy that you can ride inside and use to blow up planets).  

And now comes the moment of truth, as well as the definitive answer to the age old question/Nirvana lyrics, “Where do bad folks go when they die?” Well, from what I can tell, they go to New Mexico, which is where Prince’s suicide slide seems to have deposited Kai. Speaking of which, the dead guy landed pretty hard. How is it that doing so didn’t throw off his equilibrium the way it did in May (in which he pulled off the amazing feat of hitting the only solid structure on a planet entirely covered with water)? Perhaps he has gotten better at tucking and rolling?

Because Kai is not one to spout off an expository soliloquy, he is quickly joined by Prince, who is now sporting what is, in my opinion, his coolest costume of all: all white, complete with a flowing cape and thigh high jackboots.  Badass-and-a-half, but it got me to thinking (hit the deck)…

Is it just me, or does Prince’s getup bear a shocking resemblance to the outfits worn by the Raelians* (you know, those wingnut-crazy sumbitches who think we were put here by aliens, and should therefore clone ourselves and offer up all of our virgins to their leader...I’m not making this up). Any of you who have seen them on the news can attest that Prince’s costume is just about a spot-on match. That got me to thinking further: perhaps the general public’s perception of the Raelians is all wrong. Maybe they aren’t a bunch of brainwashed, media starved, glue sniffing Eurotrash. Perhaps they are simply a group of extremely dedicated Lexxians! That would explain the outfits. And the CloneAid thing: perhaps that’s simply their way of taking the old clone-fiction game and kicking it up a notch! Ok, before you all brand me as a madman (that is to say, those of you who didn’t already do so long ago), I realize none of this makes sense, but it’s certainly a more satisfying, logical explanation than the rhetoric they spew.

I got a kick out of how Xev displayed some of Prince’s mannerisms. Not merely when she duped the guard, but also the physical traits. When she draws some water with the vial she does it in the exact way Prince did it earlier in the season, which created an eerie effect, as we know that’s not how Xev normally acts. Kudos to Xenia on her nonverbal acting. Speaking of the guard, he seemed to be pretty trusting, but given Prince’s propensity for tossing his own people from balloons, I’d have probably kept my mouth shut too. Still, Xev dropped the ball, big time. Rather than simply sending him away, I’d have said something along the lines of “Kill yourself,” or “If anybody else who looks like Prince shows up, kill him.” Granted, this would have drastically altered the plot later on, but I’m a born nitpicker.

Hats off to the effects team who created the swirling mass of...red...in which Stan’s soul was kept prisoner. Some of the images were downright frightening, and it sure as hell looked like hell (redundant...I know). Prince is quick to point out that Stan’s punishment will consist of pedaling Satan’s exercise bike for all eternity, with decapitation being the penalty for laziness. Now I’ve got to think, after a few thousand years of repeatedly having my head lopped off, I would probably eventually get used to it. In fact, just to spite Prince, I’d sit there, refuse to pedal, and just let the blade keep hitting me. After all, what’s the worst that could happen from there (what’s that, you say we’re short on balloons)?

Notice anything odd about the close-up of Stan’s soul in limbo?  I’m no medical professional (despite my previous allusion to do-it-yourself brain surgery), but it looked to me like Stan had a few too many ribs…a few dozen too many to be specific.  I’ll assume this was done intentionally to create an unsettling effect…either that or Stan has snake DNA (or perhaps it’s intended as a metaphor, purposely drawing comparisons between Stan’s treachery and that of the Biblical Serpent…but I’m sure I’m reaching).

Now comes the truly confusing part, in which Prince and Kai have a heart to heartless (I made a funny!) and Prince attempts to explain what he is....


SEASON 4 SPOILERS AHEAD....NEWBIES TAKE A HIKE


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We know that Prince is, for all intents and purposes, the grim reaper (so he says…I still retain my doubts). That is covered in several ways. First of all, Prince explains that he’s been around since the beginning of time, and that when time ends and begins again, he’ll be there. Sure sounds like death to me. The Beach, in which all souls are initially deposited and judged, also substantiates this claim, as Prince truly is the first person you see when you die (again, so he says…I still have to wonder if he personally judges everybody). But now it gets perplexing. From what I can attest, there are three concurrent Prince entities: the one on the Beach, the one who doles out punishment on Fire (the one Kai is talking to), and the repeatedly reincarnated living Prince. Now, the Prince on the Beach is death, we’ve covered that...so that version is Prince in his purest, “true” form. The Prince who’s entertaining Kai seems, for lack of a better word, to be the devil. He is evil, he is more evil than anyone else, and it is his job to see to it that bad people suffer. The living Prince is a bit of a conundrum, as he is aware of his other “selves,” but is more of a political figurehead (dictator) bent on conquest. He seems to be more than simply the reaper, and if I ever get bored I’ll attempt to cobble together a maddeningly long-winded attempt to rationalize and explain all of this.**

I do however think that when Kai says, “If I am a machine, what are you?” and Prince responds by saying “I don’t know,” he is telling the truth for once.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Because she has been seduced by Prince before, we aren’t sure what to make of Xev’s acceptance of his proposal. Personally, the first time I saw this ep, I figured she was going to pull a fast one on him, but I didn’t know for sure. As much as we all love her, Xev is capricious and easily swayed, so the first time viewer may get one of those “here she goes again” feelings. I’ve got to say, Prince’s guards are extremely well trained. I’d have had immediate reservations about the “Let her strangle you, but kill her if she doesn’t” order, but the guard simply nods his head and give in. Sort of a Burns/Smithers type relationship, minus all of the subtle homosexual undertones (actually, considering how the guard was dressed, I’m going to have to retract that statement...this guy is overflowing with homoerotic undertones). Personally, if I were the guard, I’d have offed her immediately and told Prince that she acted too slowly. However, doing so would likely result in following the trail Kai blazed down the sulfur wishing well, so in the end it’s a massive catch-22.

Prince, for being as intimidating as he is, is awful easy to dispatch. I’ve lost count of how many times he’s died, but after Xev booted him out of the moth the tally must have come to roughly a baker’s dozen. Prince’s prophetic line about “the balance” washed over me the first time I saw this ep, but to see it again, you get the sense that Xev is about to do a lot more harm than good.

It was pretty obvious that Xev was going to destroy Fire, but she is driven to the very brink of insanity by the decision, and Xenia does a nice bit of nonverbal acting here as she struggles mightily with the decision before loosing a piercing Cluster Lizard shriek that seems to be the invertebrate translation of “Fuck it!” before ordering the big bug to do the deed. I can think of a lot of other shows that would have introduced some kind of eleventh-hour reprieve, but not this one. Xev was in gridlock, and it what could rightly be called a running theme for the series, reacted in an oh-so human manner: with her heart instead of her head. Who among us can say we wouldn’t throw caution to the wind if a friend’s life hung in the balance?

The sequence in which Fire is blown up looks amazing, and is a definite step up from some of season 2’s routine planetary explosions (only in Lexx can one refer to the detonation of an entire planet as “routine”). The following scene, in which Xev is summarily bombarded by fireflies from hell is eerie as all hell, and looked to me like something David Crosby would see....well, pretty much any time.

“Upsetting the balance” indeed. Xev’s decision certainly kicks back on her. The scene in which Prince “possesses” the Lexx added yet another “what the hell” moment, but made sense in an odd way, given Prince’s repeated statements about the importance of balance. It’s sort of a yin-yang type of thing: whatever happens to the good, must happen to the bad.

The destruction of Water was, IMHO, the best destruction sequence in the entire series. I’d have figured Water would have been wiped out by the explosion of Fire, what with the laws of physics being what they are, but this is Lexx after all, and besides, these are no ordinary planets.

It’s nice to see Stan back in one piece. As a major Stan fan, my one complaint about this ep is his lack of screen time, but I’m willing to accept it for plot purposes, and let’s face it…Prince is so damn cool this episode could have been sixty minutes of Nigel Bennett reading from a phone book and it still would have kicked ass.

Got one lingering question though: If Stan’s soul had no trouble reentering his body, why didn’t Kai’s soul return to his. I’ll field that one in a couple of ways: either it was incapable of doing so, given the fact that Kai’s body has been stripped of essential human components, or it tried to enter him, but didn’t because he couldn’t have survived in space (ala the Lexx key). Either explanation is fine for me.

Well, all’s well that ends well...or so we thought. After 13 thought provoking, mind blowing episodes, season 3 leaves us with the ultimate kick in the head: the little blue planet. My jaw dropped the first time I saw this, and seeing it again, I must say this scene is pulled off flawlessly. I for one think it is only natural that Earth should be in the Dark Zone. For whatever criticisms season 4 may evoke (some rightfully so), this ending is absolutely brilliant, and left me salivating for more (not to mention my mind racing a mile a minute trying to think up possible scenarios).

All in all, season 3 couldn’t have ended better. As I’ve stated time and again, it is my personal favorite. One plot hole that I can’t help but overlook though, is the fact that our heroes are referred to as still living their original lives. Technically, this only applies to Stan. We are given an explanation for Kai (his soul), but none for Zev/Xev. The only possible solution I can think of is that despite the fact that she was reduced to a bowl of protein pudding, she was, in some primitive way, still alive. Oh well, more brain candy for us uber-geeks to ponder.

Well, as you all probably know, I could write plenty more, but I think I’d best leave it at that.  I’d be more than happy to hash out any of those aforementioned plot points, for as I’ve mentioned before, I write these reviews as much for the rest of you as for myself, and I feed off your feedback. 

Cheery bye.


* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rael



** If ever I decide to pen another Lexx fanfic (or better yet, an actual published novel set in the Lexx universe[s]), I intend to write the definitive Prince story, full-fledged back-story and all.  Damn but that would be a tall order.


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Well, that’s a wrap on the reviews…for now.  As I mentioned when I first started posting these, I did a few responses for season 4 the first time it aired, but those basically consisted of little more than “Hey, that was cool” and “What do you think will happen next?”  Perhaps in the future I’ll get around to giving them the attention they deserve.  Season 4 was not perfect, but it contains some of my favorite episodes (The Game and Vlad, among others).

For the short-term, I have recently acquired a copy of Luvliner, a season 2 ep that I have never laid eyes on before.  When I can find time to give it a look I plan to whip together an all new, never-before-seen review…here’s hopin’ I still got it!



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Wow, what a review! I so much enjoyed reading it, Bilbo.

This episode is one of my favorites because of the scene between Kai and Prince on Fire (enjoyed listening to their conversation, love Prince's white costume) and the scene between Xev and Prince in his tower (I would be queen and he would be...my slave ;-). But of course, there are many more scenes I love.


Prince is so damn cool this episode could have been sixty minutes of Nigel Bennett reading from a phone book and it still would have kicked ass.

LOL, Nigel once was asked to read from a phone book because of his voice, and he did. Unfortunately I couldn't attend, but I was told it was great. I expected no less ;-)


** If ever I decide to pen another Lexx fanfic (or better yet, an actual published novel set in the Lexx universe[s]), I intend to write the definitive Prince story, full-fledged back-story and all.  Damn but that would be a tall order.

What a great idea! Two FK novel authors came from the fandom and their books went well. So, do it...PLEASE!

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A completely brilliant review for a completely brilliant episode!  A perfect ending to season 3!  I think the reason Kai was *reborn* after falling into the planet water, was because he really wasn't a soul, perhaps it didn't know what to do with his body so it just spit him out back on Gametown.  As to why he wasn't reunited with his soul, mayhap because the powers that be didn't consider him truly dead yet?



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I am truly at a loss for words Bilbo but once again you hit it on the head! :s010a:



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Shenandora wrote: What a great idea! Two FK novel authors came from the fandom and their books went well. So, do it...PLEASE!

I'd want to seriously hone my craft (if it can so be called) before taking on a task like that.  If I can get one or two published novels under my belt, perhaps then I'll petition Salter/Alliance/whoever to let me take an officially licensed whack at it.



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I regret that I've not as attentive over here as I should be, all the Convention plans are piling up....

Once again, Bilbo, stunning review....my hat's off to you ...:s010a:



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Shenandora wrote: LOL, Nigel once was asked to read from a phone book because of his voice, and he did. Unfortunately I couldn't attend, but I was told it was great. I expected no less ;-)

That reminds me of a lecture/Shakespearean dramtic reading performed by James Earl Jones that I attended some months ago.  To hear that commanding baritone in person was truly mesmerizing (not to mention the geek in me was screaming "Good Lord, I'm sitting thirty feet from Darth Vader...and Thulsa Doom...and the voice of CNN!").



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Bilbo67 wrote: Shenandora wrote: LOL, Nigel once was asked to read from a phone book because of his voice, and he did. Unfortunately I couldn't attend, but I was told it was great. I expected no less ;-)

That reminds me of a lecture/Shakespearean dramtic reading performed by James Earl Jones that I attended some months ago.  To hear that commanding baritone in person was truly mesmerizing (not to mention the geek in me was screaming "Good Lord, I'm sitting thirty feet from Darth Vader...and Thulsa Doom...and the voice of CNN!").

I once met James Earl Jones father by chance, he lived in Hell's Kitchen and when I was ordering a fish sandwich I over heard this voice that made my hair curl, I turned around and came face to face with an older version of Mr. Jones, I questioned him, being a bit sassy as those who know me can attest to, I asked him. He was quite amiable and told me that he was his father. Such a lovely man, later on I came to understand that he and his father had been on the outs, which was a pity because his father spoke so highly of him and was quite proud of his son.



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whelp I just finished watching this episode on YouTube and boy oh boy was it fantastic!! One question though..how did Kai know he would be able to wake up Stan?  



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I sure hope you'll get around to doing Season 4 eventually, as I enjoyed these immensely! :)



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A great review, thanks! If I may add some observations:

- Kai is remarkably pensive throughout this episode. Then again, he has just seen another version of himself, which probably is a bit unsettling, even for those who do not have feelings. But as he himself states, he keeps thinking about the difference between the living and himself, and he has just found out that the gap is perhaps smaller than he believed it to be. In the final scene - when they discover Earth - he even seems a bit sad when describing his musings on the 'essences' of the people they saw drifting into space after Lexx blew up Fire and Water.

- There's a nice juxtaposition: while one Stan is in the cryopod, another Stan is burning. A cold Stan and a hot Stan; a Stan on fire and a Stan frozen in water. It's a clear indication that Stan is not nearly as black and white as Prince made him out to be. Stanley deserves a middle ground. (And should stop condemning himself.)

- Where did Xev suddenly get these trousers from? (She's wearing them when Kai goes to the cryo-chanber to wake up Stan.)

- And honestly: wasn't there a trace of a smile on Kai's face when Xev said that she was happy he hadn't been destroyed?



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I know I'm a couple of years late on this, but I have no one to talk to, so I'll spill my emotions here.
I absolutely adore this season, but being the OCD geeky creep I am, I have to wonder...wouldn't Prince have to have known Kai and Xev, and with her perhaps the story of the Lexx? I mean, if he's the one who does this whole Judgment Day by the beautiful sea thing, he must have met at least Kai, and most likely Zev. Maybe after Xev was brought back to life, her soul just went back into her body or whatever, but I don't think being a sack of protein could pull off being more alive than a decarbonized assassin, and his soul was there, so hers should have been as well, at some point. I mean, maybe Prince doesn't remember every soul, but I imagine the WTF factor of actual living people showing up in the afterlife would refresh his memory. Especially considering that reviewing Zev's life upon her arrival on the beach, he'd probably even know who these living people were. But maybe his databank is wiped clean every couple of thousand years or something.
And another thing that kinda bugs me is Xev's hair. I totally get that Seeberg probably just wanted out of that bleeping wig, plus she's much prettier with her lovely lavish locks, but seriously...if her hair was growing in cryosleep, that would mean that her bodily processes were in action, which would mean that, among other things, she would die. And have really long fingernails.
But then again, "Inconsistencies? In OUR show?", so it's all good. 


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