I've just finished the second last episode of Arby 'n' the Chief's third season, "Evil", which most have already guessed is based on Resident Evil 5 and the controversy generated by it's supposed "racist" content. It's an issue that's been hammered into the ground and been blown over already, but this episode presents a slightly different take on the issue.
It's also longer than a usual episode, specifically just over ten minutes in total, and also contains well-lit and stable live action shots. Overall it's really well put together and I'm confident it will take its place in at least one of the top five episodes of the series. Hope you guys dig it.