Last night’s episode of 21st Century Golem, the hottest new cable series since The Walking Dead, was the first part of the two-part finale for this inaugural season. True to form the episode was controversial both for its graphic violence and for the way in which Barack Obama, who is proving to be the worst and most corrupt President in American history is impersonated in each episode. Obama is the comic-relief blowhard villain of the series, constantly distorting events to blame the Golem and the Israelis for defending themselves against Hamas terrorists.
Last evening’s episode, titled simply Marathon featured the clay monster called the Golem setting out to take care of Iran’s nuclear program himself when it is learned that the mad ruler of Iran plans to nuke Israel. In order to save untold millions of lives the Golem blazes a direct path to Iran from his home in Israel, overcoming all obstacles in the way.
Rending and smashing his way Hulk-style through all the terrorist armies that stand in his way the Golem is finally stopped in his tracks just outside the Iranian border. The Iranian army have strapped children to their tanks to make it impossible for the Golem to plow his way through said tanks without endangering the lives of the unwilling human shields the Muslim army is using.
This was the cliffhanger ending leaving us up in the air until next week’s season finale of 21st Century Golem. With ratings going through the roof the series has already been renewed for a second set of six episodes. The reason for the small number of episodes per season is the large special effects budget as seen in all of the action scenes in ther series. Last night’s depictions of epic battles between the Golem and armed masses of Muslim terrorists were worthy of a summertime blockbuster.
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