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The finale to our epic adventure. An all out battle ensues as The Lord Commander does everything in his power to capture Mooncake, and stop Gary and Quinn from closing the entrance to Final Space.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Final Space from 634 votes.
With the dimensional keys recovered, the crew travel to Inner Space where they finally try to free Bolo.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Final Space from 401 votes.
Gary goes on a mission to save Avocato's son, Little Cato, from Lord Commander's Prison Planet, but it turns out to be a trap; Quinn sees Gary's vlogs and understands that he is someone who would risk his life for any of his friends.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Final Space from 651 votes.
Gary and the Crew encounter a Titan in Inner Space, who informs them how to close the breach in the fabric of space. Gary gets a chance to spend time with his father for the first time as an adult, moments before his father's ship explodes.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Final Space from 647 votes.
Gary and Quinn go back to Earth to find an anti-gravitational bomb that can close the breach in space. Gary and Quinn decide to turn this life-threatening adventure into their first date.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Final Space from 622 votes.
Gary discovers a way he may be able to communicate with Quinn; Tribore reconnects with a resistance fighter who has an ulterior motive.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Final Space from 433 votes.
A collision with space time traps half of the Crimson Light in a perilous other dimension.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Final Space from 479 votes.
The search for the stolen dimensional keys leads the crew to a planet being sucked into the Dark Zone; Hue and Ava get closer.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Final Space from 396 votes.
Gary, Quinn, and Avocato, trace the gravitational disturbance to an eerie super laser sitting atop a bioluminescent planet. Quinn realizes the only people she can trust are Gary and the crew of the Galaxy One.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Final Space from 673 votes.
An unexpected trip through time provides a unique opportunity for the crew.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Final Space from 435 votes.
After the Galaxy One is hacked by the Infinity Guard, Gary has to harvest energy from a nearby star to reignite the engines; the radiation poisoning from the star sends Gary into a trance of painful memories; Gary and Quinn are finally reunited.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Final Space from 700 votes.
Gary grapples with his future when he learns his prison sentence is up. Meanwhile, everything gets turned upside down when Quinn and Quinn's Future Self (Nightfall) vie for the love of Gary as they try to save the universe.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Final Space from 622 votes.
Gary tries to hide Mooncake safely away on the planet Yarno. But instead, Gary and Avocato are trapped in a terrifying mind-puzzle, while Mooncake is taken from them, and forced to fight in a combat arena called the Deathcropolis.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Final Space from 785 votes.
An act of betrayal shakes the crew; Hue and Mooncake have a day out for themselves.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Final Space from 388 votes.
Gary is rescued from the wreckage of space then must earn his freedom by winning the deadliest race in the galaxy.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Final Space from 588 votes.
When Mooncake is mysteriously taken from the Crimson Light, the crew must find him in the nether reaches of space; Tribore rebuilds the resistance.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Final Space from 469 votes.
Gary and crew search Galang 22 for Little Cato; Clarence, Fox and Ash pull off their greatest con; Sheryl's secrets come out.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Final Space from 406 votes.
Nightfall attempts to bring the past back to life, leaving the crew powerless against a pack of evil KVNs.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Final Space from 423 votes.
Gary and Avocato must chase down the ruthless bounty hunter, Terk, before he can tell the Lord Commander that Mooncake is aboard the Galaxy One.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Final Space from 852 votes.
Gary reconnects with the mother who abandoned him; Mooncake misses Gary's attention.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Final Space from 470 votes.
Last updated: mar 05, 2021
Hooooooooooow is this show not more popular? Why did I have to find out about it by chance? So far, 3 episodes in, it's fantastic fun and pretty well animated. The fact that the plot spans over the whole first season or even whole show makes it all the more interesting, love those Babylon 5 esque space operas! ;) No, but really, good stuff and I sincerely hope that enough ppl watch it so that we get more than one season at least.
Show has been renewed for a 2nd seeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaasooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnn! Hell yeah!
I kind of wished this might be a Netflix show so it could get a wider audience, but i'll see how the season turns out. It's nothing but zany so far. Interesting style, semi-predictable plot from the second episode, and has elements of Invader Zim, Farscape, and a beautiful art style for the world building. The Pilot is ... tedious. It's still fun, Mostly because they introduce a 'gag' moment where Gary is on the cusp of dying, and this primes you for a very different character moment in the show towards the end of the pilot, and you'll get the theme of the show from that point on, i.e. it's a rollercoaster of drama and irritating moments. and occasionally action and fast moving scenes that remind me of Invader Zim, but also some of the action moments from Rick and Morty Season 3/4, but slightly faster-paced and more stylised. Still, it's quite good for animation to deliver on those surprises. (When the bounty hunter turns up, the name is Avocato, not Avocado, though.) But stick with it, the 2nd episode cuts down on the background and just jumps right into the first arc of the show, which will likely be where they pivot and explain the title in the main arc of the show, i.e. Redeeming Gary, by going on serially botched adventures, one at a time. Even if it cribs a little bit from the Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy a tad too much at times, it's more of a homage than theft at this point since Gary the main protagonist, is supposed to be bitterly unlikeable and profoundly stupid, and yet, all you can say after he's driving you insane is ... he means well. I did like the more adult themes and blood which is unique in western animation, and the voice acting talent is superb. Some of the 3D roto work is impressive and the gags are well tuned and zany rather than telegraphed too much in advance.
This show is outstanding! It has cool animations, good humour, great and loveable characters and overall a big, BIG heart! I'm surprised as how soon I started caring for the crew of Galaxy 1. The episodes even got better and better towards the end of the first season, despite I already fallen in love with this series after the first couple of episodes. Season 2 can't come soon enough, and Final Space needs to get much more popular, make sure to recommend it to everyone you know, they gonna love it for sure!
It definitely has it's own brand of comedy that some might find "cringy" or "weird." Once you aquire the taste though, this show is great. Bingable animated comedy that is unlike anything you've seen before. If you liked the awkwardness and sheer strangeness of S1 of Rick and Morty, but enjoy a bit more cohesiveness, you should absolutely check this one out
Not what I was expecting, so so much more! Not like Futurama or Simspons a whole different kind of animated show. Gripping from the first episode, the show keeps you guessing!
As great as the animation is, and the action sequeneces and the trippy sequences - Gary is just an amazingly annoying character, and possibly the worst part of the show. Really don't even want to finish the first season.
Trying to finish the third episode, but it's really dumb.
Wow! Mind=blown. Seriously, was reading up a review on Ars regarding Disenchantment (ugh, don't watch btw), and I noticed somewhere in the comments a show named 'Final Space'. Huh, I thought, I wonder where I've seen that. Turns out, it had been waiting for me to see it in Netflix. I'd seen it as a suggestion and wanted to watch it later, but never managed to add it to my list. Anyway, time is a bit past 1AM, I decide to give it a chance, as I was not feeling sleepy (Damn you sleep disorder!). Needless to say, I was immediately hooked. I don't want to spoil anything, just be prepared for an emotional rollercoaster, and a good one at that. Lost my chance to sleep because I watched the whole season in one sitting, ending in around 5:30 AM. I've read people comparing it to Rick and Morty, but the only connection between them is their genre I'd say. Both are funny in their own ways, but Final Space is more plot driven than Rick and Morty which tends to have a very loose plot. The plot is straight to the point, no bullshit. If you like Sci-Fi and Fantasy, do yourself a favor and just watch it. It's well worth it :)
I loved this series, the humour and action was strong all the way through the space journey and the characters grew on me quick specially (Gary) that just made the whole series for me. I’m hoping for more seasons. XD
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I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
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