Description Edit

Willis starts a coup. The remaining Companions figure out their next move. Peerless returns with some new friends.

Synopsis Edit

to be added

Transcript Edit

Available here

Trivia Edit

  • The title is half of the phrase "Out of the frying pan and into the fire." It refers to escaping from a bad situation, only to end up in one that is worse.
  • Keanu's climatic line is a "Keanu-ization" of Gandalf's "Fly, you fools!" from The Lord of the Rings.
  • The final scene reuses the Kirkland courtiers' ambient, improvised dialogue from Episode 4, and elven courtiers' reactions from Episode 8. While this was because Episode 10 courtiers' reactions were accidentally skipped during recording, it adds to the effect that nothing ever changes in the court at Kirkland.

Full Credits Edit

Episode written by: Lena (E.L.) Winter with Laura Zheng

Script editor: Laura Zheng

Original music: Michael Reilly

Editing: Lena Winter, Michael Reilly

Sound design: Lena Winter, Michael Reilly

Producers: Lena Winter, Michael Reilly, Laura Zheng

Sound engineering: Michael Reilly

Performance direction: Laura Zheng

Characters in order of appearance

Bard: Michael Reilly

Bianka: Bridgette Saverine

Keeper Waelynn: Laura Zheng

Keeper Richard: Andrew Quilpa

Keanu: Michael Reilly

Colin: Lena Winter

Gilbert: Michael Silver

Camilla: Lena Winter

Faendyr: Daniel Johnston

King Alfred: Brian Lyons Burke

Willis: David Dubov

Gwendolyn: Courtney Branch

Kirkland courtiers: Andrew Quilpa, Daniel Jonston, Michael Silver, Lena Winter, Michael Reilly, Stacey Kruml

Lord Peerless: Andrew Quilpa

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