Following their violent deaths, the Guardians of the Globe are finally laid to rest as the world watches. Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons) delivers a touching eulogy ozzing with dramatic irony though an appearence from Damien Darkblood after the event (Clancy Brown) leads to an uncomfortable arguement between the two.
Elsewhere, Atom Eve (Gillian Jacobs) discovers what her boyfriend, Rex Splode (Jason Mantzoukas) was up to with Dupli-Kate (Melise) in the shower whilst she attended the funeral. This shocking revelation results in her leaving the team.
Later, Cecil Stedman (Walt Goggins) assigns Robot as the new leader of Guardians of the Globe, and sets him the task of putting a new team together, Following trials Atom Eve, Rex Splode, Dupli-Kate, Monster Girl (Grey Griffin), Black Samson (Khary Payton), and Shrinking Ray (Grey Griffin) are selected for the group. Eve quits though as she will not be part of a group with rex and Kate in it.
Mark (Steven Yeun) gets a date with Amber (Zazie Beetz) but has to leave her for an hour to team with Atom Eve to defeat Doc Seismic (Chris Diamantopoulos).
After defeating Seismic Rex Splode tries to apologize to Atom Eve, but she refuses and goes to see Mark, but finds in a passionate embrace with Amber.
Finally we see the Mauler Twins escape from a jail with help from someone you would least expect!
Verdict: 9/10. Another great episode that this time helps to develop the wide range of characters we have met up to this point. There are somethings that you can see coming and some you cannot. This episode helps keep interest in the show strong as it unravels a few more story threads. It also has some nice comic book refrences like Underwater Welder.