In which Paul confronts the Sardaukar, and Stilgar.
In which Paul and Gurney Halleck meet in battle.
Why wasn’t this up last week when I said it would be? Because I’m an irresponsible liar, and a bad person. And I should feel bad. But I don’t. Because I’m a bad person. Thank you.
In which Jessica, Harah, and Alia have a meeting of the minds.
In which Paul Muad’Dib becomes a sandrider, and tests a friendship.
In which Thufir Hawat educates Baron Harkonnen on history and politics.
In which the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen learns of Feyd’s schemes, and teaches him an unpleasant lesson in the cost of treachery.
Slightly delayed for the Fourth of July, Act III comes to a close as Jessica passes within to become a Reverend Mother, while Paul and Chani acknowledge their love.
In which Paul meets Harah and the sons of Jamis.
In which Jamis is laid to rest, and Paul accepts his water.
It’s Scene IX!!
No word on when we get to scene Richese.
(The REAL Dune fans got that joke…)
Okay, so, I’m sorry I went silent there for awhile. I was honored to be selected as a guest mentor at the graduation breakfast by a student at my former school, a young man who is going to do great things, and who has earned his place at his second National Forensics Tournament. I can hardly wait to see how he does.
In this episode, Paul fights Jamis the Fremen, and earns the name Muad’Dib.