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1. The Goldfish Problem [WORK]


Ahead of the episode's release, Marvel released a poster of a goldfish in a blender. Commentators noted the lack of context to the release, but felt the fish was important enough to the story in the episode or series to warrant them being featured on a poster.[23][24] A QR code was included in the episode that allowed viewers to access a free digital copy of Moon Knight's debut comic, Werewolf by Night #32.[25] After the episode's release, Marvel announced merchandise inspired by the episode as part of its weekly "Marvel Must Haves" promotion for each episode of the series, including Moon Knight Funko Pops, Marvel Legends, Hot Toys, and Marvel Select figures, posters, accessories, and apparel.[26]




1. The Goldfish Problem



He does have his pet goldfish with one fin named Gus and leaves a voicemail for his mother who seems to be constantly traveling due to all the postcards he receives. He works at a museum in London, specifically in the Egyptian shop kiosk.


Steven Grant wakes up in his apartment, removing his ankle restraints and tape on the door, before going to call his mother and feed his pet goldfish Gus. Afterwards, he goes to his job at National Art Gallery, where he talks with a girl about the Ancient Egypt, but Donna Kraft reminds him that he is a gift shop clerk, not a tour guide. Dylan then talks with Grant about their date at the steakhouse, and although Grant does not recall asking her out, he gladly accepts the invite.


If the goldfish wants to swim upwards, towards the top of the tank, then it will take air into its swim bladder. This makes the goldfish more buoyant (like an inflatable in a swimming pool) and it rises towards the surface.


Sometimes the best thing to do with swim bladder is to wait it out, while aquarium salt can help, it is not always necessary and can cause stress to the goldfish as it makes the water conditions change.


Hi martin, thanks for your comment,As mentioned above, swim bladder can be a result of many different causes, sometimes fish can permanently damage their swim bladder and may never fully recover.the best thing to do in these cases is to provide supportive care, but not stress out the goldfish, essentially as long as the water is clean and they are eating food, there is nothing else you can really do, in some instances swim bladder can become a permanent disability for fish.


My goldfish is swimming straight up like gulping for air tale down all the time. I cleaned the tank yesterday and since then is swimming like this. Every now and then he drops down to the bottom then comes back to the top to look for air. Blows a bubble and stays there a few minutes.what could be the problem. I did put in salt. I have a 30liter tank, with 2 tables spoons salt and flakes for food.


Hi Kim,Thanks for your comment, there are a number of ways you can feed peas to goldfish, the best way is to boil the peas until they become soft and then break them up.If they do not like frozen peas, then try green beans from a can, these are happily eaten by most fish and are already soft and easy to break up.


The swimming around the bottom in the opposite direction sounds like a typical swim bladder issue, you can try feeding her some more veggie based foods like frozen peas or green beans which may help with gas or digestion, and could help her heal.For better clarity, you could also try and take a photograph or video of her and send it to our email address: speaktous@thegoldfishtank.comWe may be able to diagnose the issue better this way.


It's odd that Moon Knight is giving any focus to a goldfish, yet he holds a key to the mystery of who Steven Grant is. In his London flat, Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac) affectionately cares for a one-finned goldfish named Gus, who was even on his own promotional poster released by Marvel prior to the show's release. With Moon Knight's debut episode on Disney+ even being titled "The Goldfish Problem," there is clearly an intentional focus on Gus, however large it may be.


The goldfish's references could also unlock some mysteries about Moon Knight, not just Steven Grant himself. For example, while this Atlantis Easter egg in Moon Knight is significantly more subtle, the goldfish could perhaps be another connection to the rumored debut of Namor the Sub-Mariner in Marvel's Phase 4. Of course, it's important to remember what the significance is of two-finned Gus, which will likely be answered later in the season. If Steven's interaction with the pet store clerk is any indication, it was Marc Spector who replaced Gus just the day prior to Steven discovering the two-finned goldfish. Why Marc would have replaced the goldfish is a mystery that may be deeper than initially realized. More metaphorically, Gus' replacement could also symbolize Marc's persona taking over Steven.


Moon Knight's goldfish clearly reveals a lot of mysteries, whether he be a symbolic portal into who Steven Grant is or a source of foreshadowing for the show. Gus' more interesting role in the show, however, is how he's essentially Steven's mirror. Just like the broken glass in Arthur Harrow's (Ethan Hawke) shoes is a window into his mysterious past, Gus resembles Steven Grant's present state and possible future. Not many MCU characters have pets, making Moon Knight's Steven Grant an intriguing exception.


Steven Grant is a London based museum gift shop employee who suffers from somnambulism and needs to chain himself when he goes to bed. He lives alone with his single finned goldfish Gus, gets belittled at work by his boss Donna, yet manages to secure a date Friday evening with his coworker Dylan. After going to sleep again, Steven wakes up outside a small village where it is daytime and hears a mysterious voice calling for "Marc" to come back. Soon after, he is chased by gunmen.


if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[300,250],'ginx_tv-large-leaderboard-2','ezslot_8',136,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-ginx_tv-large-leaderboard-2-0');The episode opens with the series antagonist, Arthur Harrow, played by Ethan Hawke, who proceeds to break a drinking glass before placing the shards in shoes (for reasons we are still unsure about). And yes, he puts on the shoes and walks off before the episode cuts to Steven Grant, a sweet, mild-mannered assistant at a gift shop at a London museum.And I do mean sweet in the best of ways, which we'll delve into later. Steven has more than the average problem with sleep, which is noted by a ring of sand surrounding his bed, tape lining the door hinge and ankle restraints (more on that too later).I've read somewhere online that there may be more to the postcards that Steven has stuck to his one-fin friend, Gus, as he's on the phone with his mother. Whether the British accent threw me off is still too early to tell.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[468,60],'ginx_tv-leader-1','ezslot_6',137,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-ginx_tv-leader-1-0');Steven Grant explains to a young museum visitor the significance of the human heart in the afterlife. (Picture: Marvel Studios)Still, according to an interview with RadioTimes, Oscar Isaac stated that the accent was a deviation from what the studio originally pitched to him. While it wasn't written the way we saw in the trailers and the first episode, it seems that the studio was quite enthusiastic about his approach to the accent.We catch up with Steven, who nearly misses his bus and then falls asleep on the bus before arriving late, as usual, at the museum. We caught a glimpse of Steven's knowledge and fascination with Egyptology while talking to a visitor to the museum.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[336,280],'ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_5',145,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-1-0');We also find out that he has a date; notably, neither we nor he were aware of his pursuits of starting a relationship, which he openly discusses with a miming street performer. In what could be one of the most NSFW quotes (and one I've seen online too frequently), Steven tells the pantomime, "If I'm going to have a girlfriend at some point, obviously I can't have ankle restraints on my bed, can I? That's the definition of a red flag, isn't it?"


The singletail goldfish: These fish have a single tail fin (caudal fin). This includes commons, comets and shubunkins. There is sometimes confusion over whether a snazzy looking singletail is a fancy goldfish. The fins can be as long, flowing and fancy as anything and it can be any colour; if the fish has one tail fin it is a singletail goldfish. The body shape of singletails is longer, less compact and more streamlined than a fancy goldfish and they are usually fast, efficient and nimble swimmers. They rarely suffer from buoyancy problems although it is not unheard of.


The swimbladder is an internal organ that the fish uses to maintain its position in the water. It uses it to rise up, dive down or just to sit where it is. In fancy goldfish it is like two balloons joined in the middle which sit underneath the spine towards the rear of the fish. These are called the caudal lobe and the cranial lobe. The caudal lobe is closest to the tail, and the cranial lobe is closest to the head. The swimbladder is filled with air and the fish can regulate the amount of air in the swimbladder to enable it to maintain buoyancy.


Goldfish often swim about at the top of the water looking for leftovers, this is not to be confused with floating at the top. Some mouth at the top of the water, again, they are more than likely looking for leftovers. If your fish seems to be gasping at the top of the water or spends the majority of its time mouthing at the top of the water but can otherwise swim perfectly well this could indicate another problem, but not a buoyancy one.


The first thing to do is test the water for ammonia, nitrite and nitrate at the very least, and ideally for GH (general hardness), KH (carbonate hardness) and pH (potential of hydrogen, a measure of acidity) as well. Poor water quality can often cause buoyancy problems and this should be the first thing to fix before trying anything else. 041b061a72


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