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Salad Fingers Episode 9

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May 26, 2011 | 2:53 PM EDT
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After a 3 year gap, Salad Fingers returns in his longest episode yet.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

wait a minute

Was that shit?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

her jakkertax,

i saw the face!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


1)holy crap, when salad fingers gives "birth" to that thing, did anyone notice the face in the boiler or whatever it is? scared the crap outta me

2)i dont think sf actually gave "birth" to it (though i just said he did lol) i think he was just really constipated. and then it burst out. gross...

3)salad fingers is absolutely terrifying


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I understand it.

Salad Fingers lived in the World War 1 era, with a brother in the Navy. Salad Fingers was some British Gentleman who was in the vicinity of a nuclear bomb. His fingers are mutated and his nerves can only feel pleasure due to radiation. The state of himself made Salad Fingers fall to insanity, and also a case of split personalities. Salad Fingers is feeling the final affects of radiation poisoning in this episode, as his blood is black.

P.S., though it may not be true, I believe the thing that fell out of him was an internal organ that rotted out from the radiation poisoning.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A little bit of over analysis

Now I could totally be wrong here since Salad Fingers is so hard to figure out, but it seems that the last 2/3rds is in fact a flashback. That black thing that burst out of salad fingers was a seed that grew into the tree we see in the beginning. The yellow person we see could very well be the mother of the "young child" we see in the first episode. Of couse at that point in time, the "young child" hasn't been born yet...

As for how the seed got into Salad Fingers's stomach in the first place I have yet to figure out...

....but this is supposed to be a review, so....

I defanely noticed an improvement in the animation, and the dreary color scheme remains fantastic. It seems to me that Salad Fingers's hasn't missed a beat despite the three year abscence. I'm happy to see him back and I look foward to new SF episodes in the future.

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