Speaking of transgressions, Kurt is starting to unravel more from his demonic inspiration and muse as we finally find out what's coming out of his writing, which is cryptic and on-brand for the series. Kristen eavesdrops on his writing session when he insists on having someone for feedback, which she reluctantly accepts. She gets called away by David (Mike Colter) to investigate a paranoid well-to-do yacht owner who thinks someone is after him. After showing his surveillance footage to the trio, which includes Ben (Aasif Mandvi), they go an investigate and trace his luck to the stock tip he received and its network.
In real life: Biographers say she really did cry in Aberfan, and was pictured crying at remembrance ceremonies for soldiers who'd lost their lives. She also appeared to cry at the decommissioning of the royal yacht Britannia.
This makes for a uniquely fun episode to watch; not just because of the atmosphere of the yacht party, and the array of amusing costumes its inhabitants are dressed in, but because it's the first to play with the idea of a sort of female counterpart to the Ninja Turtles. No, we're not talking about April, but a similar mutant reptile/amphibian cheekily named Mona Lisa.
Mona's fiery nature and drive add a neat dynamic to the four Turtles, particularly with Raphael, who she develops something of a bond with. Together, they fight to get back at the owner of the yacht, Captain Filch, who had kidnapped and caused her to turn into the human-salamander hybrid she's become.
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