Now I'm not sure if anyone's asked this yet, but I recently received the TSS "Official Cryptid Field Guide" book from a friend. I'm in the process of reading through it and consider it a nice, little supplementary book. The question is; are all these consider canonical to the series itself?
Will we find out what reasons Epsilon sometimes work with the Secret Scientists for his own purposes, then? And will we find out what purposes he has for interfering in Istanbul in next Saturday's episode?
Also, was the Saturday's home in British Columbia or Washington state? It seems like it has to be in one of the two locations.
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really, epsilon will be in the net episode. or id i misundertand. you tell me. because it will be awesome to see epsilon and francis agian. especially francis. dont ask why.
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I started to watch The Secret Saturdays when it first was released, but stopped paying close attention to it for one reason or another. I'm trying to get into it again since I'm a huge cryptozoology fan. My question is:
Is there a reason that most of the cryptids featured on the show are relatively obscure? Do you want to show people the ones that they haven't heard, is there a trademark thing with the most famous cryptids, or is just coincidence?
Thanks for taking the time.
How does the average man on the street view cryptids, and Argost? The Saturdays think absolutely nothing of walking down the street with Fisk; while some people are freaked out about it mostly people just look at him funny. Do most people think Argost's show has real cryptids, or do they think it's just good fakery for the camera? I'd assume his Argost Lives! people believe they're real, but how much of his viewer base do they make up? Just a few, or a very large chunk?
Also, is Zak's letter to Argost on the Weird World promo site canon? What about yours? :anime:
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