| Season 2, Episode 4|
|Airdate:||December 5, 2013|
|Written by:||Breehn Burns, Jason Johnson|
|Storyboarded by:||Brandon Kruse|
| Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips Returns in "Hamster Priest" - (Bravest Warriors Season 2 Ep. 4)(06:22)|
"Jelly Kid Forever"
"Hamster Priest" is the fourth episode of season 2 of Bravest Warriors and the 15th episode overall.
Cartoon Hangover presents Bravest Warriors, "Hamster Priest" Hamster what now? Everything is all wrong!
Beth opens the trapdoor to a room where Beth's father, Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips, is currently staying and says hello. Beth asks Ralph if there's something that he needs and Ralph replies that his cup has "runneth over". She later tells him to text her if he can for anything and Beth tells his dad that he does not have permission to summon his vile lord. He agrees, but after that, he blows a call flute to call all of the hamsters and turn on a machine. He brings in some food for the hamsters to eat, causing them some unusual changes on them, and Ralph crosses out how many times he has done this, and it was his tenth time.
Above his room, a distress call comes in and Wallow tells everyone to go into the "Hellaflaptor". Beth gets a headache but Chris tells him that he'll bring the Hideout along with the ride, which was never done in years. While in the Control Room. Chris and Plum were French kissing, and both Beth and Danny questions about, with Danny thinking it's their billionth time they done this. Beth questions when did that began but Danny tells him to "suck it up" instead. Catbug comes in calming that a Bloor ship is in rang and Beth starts to establish contact with them. While doing this the screen starts to have a different layout, and questions if Danny did this.
However, Beth looks at Danny and instead notices his eyes are different, and questions if there's a bee on him. He notices that there were only goat eyes and it’s the only eye type available to be used from the dispensary. While Danny gets back to business, Beth still notices that Chris and Plum are still kissing and Wallow starts to slurp some tea, and after that, she notices the screen being switched to a message from Lord BloorBloor. BloorBloor thanks the Bravest Warriors for answering their call and notifies them that their kill cruisers fleet are broken.
Chris claims that it's hard to "swallow" and Beth questions if its a trap although she still suffers and headache. BloorBloor says it's not a trap but Danny eventually tells BloorBloor that they're not going to do it and instead exposes his buttocks and tells him that they can push his fleet right up inside of his behind and think of what he done while holding it. Danny gets interupted by Chris, who becomes bald, wears a star-trek like uniform and acts stricter than he normally is, orders Danny to go into Chris’s Ready room. Danny follows what Chris says and thinks that he'll kill him for thinking he's fancy. Beth tries to question Danny but he left and instead notices Plum, acting and wearing differently from the beginning of the episode, asking her if she has a problem.
After question her that Beth was calling her a "Summer Intern", she starts noticing changes to the people especially with Chris, Plum, and Danny. Plum tells her that Chris acted in accordance with the Warship Protocol, and Beth tries to know what happens with Wallow, who is slurping a large mug of beer. Danny returns, who is wearing different clothing, and tells them that he puts him in the airlock for Moop Violations, and Beth notices that Danny killed Chris for putting him in the air lock and die due to the lack of oxygen in Space.
Catbug later appears with the same uniform as the others and tells Beth that the Bridge is “No place for a woman” and orders Danny to control his “ladyfriend”. Beth was about to demand something but was interrupted by Catbug thinking that she has no demand for something. Danny then kisses Beth and notices some changes to Danny, having he changes the clothing but still thinking that he loves him but not in a time when Beth has a hysterical meltdown. Beth notices a lot of changes around her, with her noticing that Danny has turned into another person, and Wallow. Beth then looks at Chris and feels sorry that she couldn’t save him but he cannot die. Beth starts to feel the pain from her headache and a message from Lord Catbug comes in. As the transmission starts, the “Bravest Destroyers”, which were Wallow, Danny, and Plum who becomes male, raise their fist towards Catbug, and Beth Calls them “Monsters” for becoming more against her.
Catbug orders them to put Beth to the airlock, but tells him that Catbug can’t put her in the Airlock, and after that, Catbug questions where the big old beer is at which he wants to drink. Beth tells them to stop and thinks that this could have been a dream, a Holo-John illusion or something similar to it. As Beth was about to say some few words, the Airlock then opens and Beth was sucked out into space, which she become frozen and dies.
As the spacecraft disappears on her eyes, she notices the silhouettes of Danny, Wallow, and Plum, and asking her if she can hear them. Wallow thinks she’s freaking him out while Danny thinks she’s going back into sync with them, and he noticed that Beth is returning to their dimension. She later saw a silhouette of Chris coming in and see if Beth is fine. Beth wakes up and founds out that Chris is still alive, and Chris founds out that she met another version of him from an alternate universe. Beth describes what it was like in different dimensions, and Wallow founds out that it came from an energy field from Ralph Waldo’s machine that he smuggled from the See-Through Zone as underwear. While Chris tells Beth that the energy field could have been linked to Beth’s brainwave patterns, Ralph begins to field another sample of the same food that he fed to the hamster, with the chanting out “Never Doubt the Worm.”
TriviaAt exactly three minutes and forty-eight seconds, an unidentified character wearing a sapce helmet with a blue visor appears besides Jelly Kid. This is the same character that shows up on "Butter Lettuce" at 15:47, "Jelly Kid Forever" at 0:29 , in "Ultra Wankerchim" at 3:53 and in "Emotion Lord" at 6:20
- Both Plum and Wallow have been seen as their opposite gender. Wallow in Issue 5 - Issue 7 and Plum in this episode.
- Danny's hair seems to have grown back since it was burned off in "Mexican Touchdown".
- Several allusions to Star Trek are made.
- In the scene where Chris is bald, he resembles Jean-Luc Picard.
- The ship and the uniforms resemble that of the Enterprise.
- Danny briefly resembles Worf.
- This episode strongly resmebles the episode "Paralles," where Worf also travels through dimensions.
- The Phrase "My cup runneth over" actually orginates from the Bible.
- When Catbug is having Beth thrown out of the airlock, he says "You have failed me for the last time". Darth Vader from Star Wars says this in The Empire Strikes Back.
- When Danny changed into Wallow and said "What is? You're not making any sense?" He resembled Mr.T.