The game starts off in one of the dirtiest locations in the series so far, and that's saying something. From the episode's septic tank beginnings to a country farmland and the Clappers Wreake fair grounds where "Clapfest" is being held, Beyond Reasonable Doom shows us even more areas of the strange town where Hector works. While this episode won't quite take you to as wide a variety as the last one, there are still plenty of locations to visit, and they all fit that same grungy and slightly-off style that was developed for the first game in the series.
Audio is just as good as past games. Both the voiceacting and the sound effects are dead on and very fitting for the universe. Besides the main characters of Hector and Lambert, my favorite voice this time around is the leprechaun that only Lambert seems to be able to see. The rambling and overly-Irish voice is just comical in its own right. This, coupled with the crazy set of dialogue given to the character, just makes the scene that much better.