The multi-episode Star Disk/Tantalution arc ends with this episode of Jason of Star Command, which primarily provides new details about Commander Stone. For one thing, his score to settle with Dragos (mentioned in the previous episode) involves the fact that the despot drove his people from their home world sometime in the past.
We also learn that the Commander's people are related to the legendary Tantulutions, as mentioned above. At this point, it's fair to state Stone is becoming the most well-developed of all the characters on the series. For instance, we know more about his past than we do about Jason, which is strange. It would be great if Samantha were to see the same level of attention as Stone in upcoming episodes as well.
Finally, the special effects are, once more, extraordinary. The planet of "mist" is an impressive and creepy set, and there's a great shot here of Stone's crashed Star-fire, composited with the live-action. The Warp Dragon also returns in this episode, and looks more impressive and menacing than before.
For instance, in the insert-shots of Wiki, the episode cuts to the Year One model of the handheld robot, not the more recent upgrade seen in second season episodes. Also, Matt Daringstar goes from being bounty hunter, traitor and "pirate" to a man who cowers and trembles at the presence of unseen ghosts in this episode.
I thought Commander Stone was given the knowledge of the disks as a descendant of the Guardian and the Tantulutions? Why is the Guardian reneging on the deal now? Does Commander Stone still possess the knowledge from the mental link? Is Dragos just going to give up and move on to another nefarious plan to conquer the universe?
And just when it was starting to get kind of interesting, and building up a mythology about the universe, and its most ancient inhabitants...