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Rise of the SnakesSeason 1Season1Run time22 minutes per episodeEpisode count13First US air dateDecember 2, 2011Last US air dateApril 11, 2012Written byDan and Kevin HagemanSeason guidePreviousNextMini-moviesSeason 2: Legacy of the Green Ninja
The first season of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, subtitled Rise of the Snakes, was preceded by the pilot episodes and the mini-movies and succeeded by Season 2. Each of the four original ninja are the focus, Lloyd is the mascot character, Pythor serves as the main antagonist, and the Serpentine are the villainous faction of the season.
Throughout Yellowjackets season 1, episode 1, there are several scenes of the girls, a few months after the crash, covered in furs (obscuring their identities) and performing some sort of ceremony. The girls string up another by her ankles and slit her throat. Later, large pieces of meat are shown cooking over a spit. This leads to the Yellowjackets cannibalism scene, which shows the teen girls carving meat and eating it. This heavily suggests that the girls have murdered one of their own and are consuming human flesh in an effort to survive.
Ella Purnell gave a vague comment in an interview that suggested that the Yellowjackets cannibalism scene foreshadows what's coming in the future. However, Yellowjackets showrunner Jonathan Lisco made a more explicit statement about cannibalism, saying, "the show is not about if cannibalism, it's about why cannibalism and how cannibalism." This makes it clear that, yes, eventually, the survivors do become cannibals, as many people in the show's version of 2021 already assume. Yet Yellowjackets season 1 leaves the question unanswered, only hinting at cannibalism. There are several true story instances of similar tragedies in which the survivors had to eat human flesh to avoid starvation. As was the case in the real-life Andes plane crash in 1972, with no vegetation or animals for meat, the frozen bodies of the dead passengers were the only food source.
One of the things that came out of Jonathan Lisco's interview was that he fronted the idea that the survivors don't resort to cannibalism out of a need for food. In Yellowjackets season 1, Lottie predicts that they will not hunger much longer, and shortly afterward kills a bear that walks up to the cabin, providing food for all. This suggests that, to an extent, the forest might provide without them resorting to cannibalism. Lisco instead suggests that the Yellowjackets' cannibalism might be tied to some of the new social dynamics that spring up in the group in the wilderness, and is based more on psychological states than physical needs. This lines up with the events of Yellowjackets episode 9, "Doomcoming," in which the team hunt Travis through the woods and almost slits his throat while high on shrooms.
The Yellowjackets season 1 ending sees Jackie freeze to death after falling asleep outside. However, following the foreshadowing of the Yellowjackets cannibalism scene in episode 1, does Jackie get eaten Season 2 should make it clear whether or not Jackie is given a proper funeral, dumped somewhere, or just plain cannibalized. While it's not yet known if Jackie ends up as dinner or not, the series has done an effective job thus far in chronicling the team's slow descent into madness. The likeliest catalyst to bring about cannibalism seems to be Lottie, thus far. However, with Yellowjackets' season 1 ending revealing Taissa's altar, she may also be the culprit.
The probable course of events going into season 2 will involve the girls figuring out what to do with Jackie's body. Shauna will likely want to bury her in the makeshift graveyard that houses the other deceased passengers. However, the girls are going to run out of food at a certain point, and ther