Finally caught up with this from youtube.
This episode has a fight sequence that I thought worked FAR FAR better than the previous episode's space battle. This felt top notch, and in a way reminded me of the big Mr Sicarian fight from Swan Song. It didn't feel slow, it didn't feel like a fight against the dice like the space battle did, and it had real emotional stakes with Qin and this Nega-Qin. Maybe it was also helped by the fact that both Nega-Qin and the Sorceress were just so clearly way way way more powerful than Qin, Rex and Aurora. So the insane dice rolls didn't feel unsatisfying like the space battle did. Anyway tldr, as someone who doesn't like the fighting segments on these shows, that whole fight at the end was fantastic.
Also every single scene with Eugene is amazing. I can't handle how good Dodger is at that character. The voice is perfect, the acting for him is perfect, amazing improv on her part with the character. Eugene getting separated and ending up in that village is PERFECT. It was like an actual TV show. For how utterly bonkers this show is, I don't think any other Rollplay show, not even Mirrorshades or Swan Song, have been able to so properly make a show feel like a TV show than Nebula Jazz.