Well, you can see that kind of episodic change is again entirely different from the other two.
And surprisingly for a master lawmaker, his accounts of legislative fights are often episodic.
And I think [Gould] was guilty of using a poetic language to conflate those three kinds of episodic changes.
Meanwhile, the cameras were still rolling and we were burning film at a rate rarely seen in episodic TV.
“This has always been an episodic, tragic, and rare event,” says Sepkowitz.
Episode is always there, even in a landscape; the question is whether the appeal—the original intuition—is episodic or universal.
I think it is just to say that the religious picture is not episodic.
There is in it a threefold exposition of the theme alternating with episodic matter.
Its application has always had an accidental, impartial, episodic character.
The second kind is not episodic; it does not seem fitted for a place in a larger composition.