Alone Together is about two misfits from different backgrounds try to make their way into the vain and status-obsessed culture of Los Angeles. Along the way, they find salvation in their male/female, strictly platonic friendship.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: None

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“Alone Together” is the 37th episode of the first season of American animated television series Steven Universe. It first aired on January 15, 2015 on Cartoon Network. The episode was written and storyboarded by Hilary Florido, Katie Mitroff, and series creator Rebecca Sugar. In the episode, Steven, frustrated that he cannot perform fusion like the other Crystal Gems, unexpectedly fuses with his best friend Connie. This episode marks the first appearance of Stevonnie, the fusion of the two.

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Episodes of Steven Universe are written and storyboarded by a single team. “Alone Together” was written by Hilary Florido, Katie Mitroff, and Rebecca Sugar. One of Rebecca Sugar's goals in writing the episode was to create a metaphor illustrating the importance of consent in relationships. The function of the character of Kevin is to demonstrate to the audience how uncomfortable it is not to have one's lack of consent respected. The episode was directed by supervising director Ian Jones-Quartey, animation directors Ki-Yong Bae and Sue-Hong Kim, and art director Elle Michalka. According to Elle Michalka, in most episodes of Steven Universe Steven's hometown of Beach City is drawn in a more realistic style than other locations; however, in “Alone Together”, a bokeh effect is introduced, in order to emulate the style of shōjo manga and make Beach City appear simultaneously magical, kitschy, and familiar.:175

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