When Carly Parker’s friend Yumiko goes missing under very mysterious circumstances, Carly’s search for her friend leads her headfirst into a ancient mysterious game known only as Rabbits. Soon Carly begins to suspect that Rabbits is much more than just a game, and that the key to understanding Rabbits, might be the key to the survival of our species, and the Universe, as we know it.
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In the Season Finale of Rabbits, Carly encounters some old friends before leaving the country in search of Yumiko, and, perhaps, the final mystery at the heart of Rabbits.
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Carly and Jones visit a reclusive billionaire who appears to know a whole lot more than he’s letting on, and Carly begins to seriously consider the fact that Rabbits might be much more than just a game.
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I have been addicted to this for a few days. I love it so much! However, The actor that did Carly could do with some work. She talks a bit like it’s a diary entry and not a mystery. I absolutely loved Jones (Hazel?)! Overall a fantastic podcast. I keep finding myself looking for mysterious men in grey...
Tries so hard to be LimeTown
I’m not a huge fan of the “Person starts a podcast to investigate x mysterious thing” format.
The only show I’ve found that does it well is LikeTown. And that only worked because they did an excellent job with shrouding everything in mystery (which Rabbits does fairly well) but unlike Rabbits, LimeTown delivered a killer punchline to its setup (Rabbits not so much).
Main character’s don’t need to be “likable” only interesting, Carly was neither. Unlike Lia or Charlie (from seasons 1 & 2 of LimeTown respectively) Carly asks dumb questions, and narrates insane exposition even in situations where both parties know the information she is spewing out.
If you are going to give exposition at least talk directly to the audience which is the whole point of this “fake podcast” format. Don’t think you are clever by “hiding” exposition in dialogue.
Unlike some reviewers who couldn’t get through episode 1 I stuck it out all the way through season 1 hoping for an ROI that never came.
I like the idea of an underground game, kind of like the adult version of the “39 Clues” teen book series. But I think it would be better served dropping the “fake podcast” format, and made into a TV show with well-defined characters and a bigger IT factor behind everything.