At times during Cha-ka's acts of vandalism in the Old
Temple, the music playing turns to Grumpy's theme! I suppose
it's meant to indicate Cha-ka's emotional transformation
into something ominous and dangerous.
At 11:22 on the DVD, Cha-ka apparently
throws his voice to fool Will into thinking he is off in the
Apparently, the Sleestak god is not solely carnivorous. At
11:41 on the DVD, the Sleestak are seen tossing vegetables
into the Hole of No Return.
It seems as if the Marshalls keep fires burning in the stone
bowls outside the temple door at all times. Why bother with
it during the day?
In the scene at 13:29 on the DVD, Cha-ka sounds like a
spoiled child. I think we've all encountered the type!
The effects of the scarab bite on
Cha-ka are apparently reversed by treating the insect with
kindness. Seems pretty far-fetched!
At 21:28 on the DVD, in the background you can see that
Cha-ka escapes the chamber of the pit by running through the
legs of the Sleestak blocking his way!
At the end of the episode, the Marshalls are again playing
with their homemade chess set, previously seen in
Enik says the beetle that has bitten
Cha-ka is called tula and is the same scarab that was worshipped by the ancient
Egyptians (that would make it a dung beetle, though they are
not known to be as large as the one that bit Cha-ka). How does he know about the ancient Egyptians, an
Earth civilization? Has he, perhaps, been studying Earth via
the time doorway? And are there actually Egyptian scarabs
with a bite that has mind-altering consequences? I don't
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make a meal out of us yet.wav
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