10/14/17 - 11/4/17
Summary: Caveman Randy of the Hill Tribe shows off his new invention to Queen Lort: a TOOL. Though it's hard for his fellow cavemen to comprehend, with this sharp rock, a human might actually be able to best a sabre-tooth tiger. He is interrupted by the arrival of Randolph, whose tribe has made many advancements, but is humiliatingly still only known for the legendary propensity of one of their tribe to bugger wooly mammoths - a fetish that has somehow saved the Hill Tribe and led to peace between the two tribes. It is time once again for the annual festival of peace between the tribes - and Queen Lort says she has a new entertainment: Randy will battle a sabre-tooth tiger... and live.
Photos by Nathan Wellman
Summary: Queen Lort has a migraine, and Griz has a new idea: trepanning – to drill into the Queen's skull and relieve the pressure. However, the Queen says that women can't be scientists, and tells her to experiment on Neanderthals instead. As Griz fumes over her second-class status, Grok struggles to figure out how to sharpen a rock; when he announces to Griz his intention to take over the tribe just as soon as he can figure out how to make a stabby thing, the two team up both strategically and romantically. Meanwhile, Neaderthal Nurk can only speak in grunts due to his underdeveloped vocal cords, so Frip, though caring, is also condescending to him, not realizing the depth of Nurk's thoughts and emotions. And Randy prepares to battle a sabre-tooth tiger in next week's festival.
Photos by Jax Ball
Summary: It's time for the festival, and Queen Lort brags to Queen Torta about her peoples' prowess - while Queen Torta's shifty son, Duplicity, makes clandestine plans. Randy is ready to fight the sabre-tooth tiger... but it transpires that his tool has been switched with an eggplant, rendering Randy defenseless. Nurk jumps in and rescues Randy by snapping the beast's neck. Meanwhile, Duplicity slashes Queen Torta's throat with the stone tool, which Grok and Griz had helped him purloin. Duplicity is now in charge of his tribe - and he also double-crosses Grok and Griz.
Photos by Vaughn Christenson
Summary: Duplicity consults the seer Blarg, who now tells him that killing his mother was unecessary. Oops. She foresees a great leader... who may or may not be Duplicity. Meanwhile, Griz and Grok convince Randy that they had no part in the tool/eggplant switch, laying the blame squarely at Duplicity's feet. They all plan to ally with the monkeys Duplicity's monkey army will be invading... though Grok plans to betray them, hoping to take the monkeys' store of bananas for himself.
Photos by Austin Kress
|Julia Griswold||Griz (Eps. 1-4)|
|Travis Snyder-Eaton||Grok (Eps. 1-4)|
|Travis York||Nurk (Eps. 1-3)|
|David Haverty||Randy (Eps. 1-4)|
|Alisa Tangredi||Frip (Eps. 1-3)|
|Lauren Van Kurin||Queen Lort (Eps. 1-3)|
|Eric Giancoli||Randolph (Ep. 1)|
Monge (Ep. 1)
Quipthf (Ep. 3)
|Cj Merriman||Glurk (Ep. 1)|
|Jaime Andrews||Queen Torta (Ep. 3)|
|Demetris Hartman||Duplicity (Eps. 3-4)|
|Tim Kopacz||Monkey (Ep. 4)|
|Kristyn Evelyn||Blarg (Ep. 4)|