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Scott watched Colorful. Rym watched Rick and Morty. On GeekNights tonight, we bring you reviews of both. Rym has restored the copyright-blocked GeekNights Presents: Utena episodes. Yowamushi Pedal gets a third season! Hulu is now the go-to source of anime now that there is an ad-free tier. (We can finally give those Slayers DVDs back). Manglobe is bankrupt. Cats are hustling.Download MP3
Double Related: I just wrote another one just now.
This was the only review of Ergo Proxy a friend provided.
Magician performs the trick.
Penn and Teller discuss.
"Yes, we know how you did it," and they don't say how he did it.
"We don't know how you did it." And he doesn't say how he did it.
Guys, come on. Do you want nobody to watch?
There is enough for someone to go to the library or the internet, understand what they mean, watch it again and see what they do. Case in point:
Reminds me of Folk Punk/Pat the Bunny/The Front Bottoms.
Plus, I think you know you love the show if you can dig Meeseeks and Destroy.
The whole episode is great.
Continuity and or consistency seems to be a major issue for science fiction. A good example for me is Halo. I've read a few of the books, played most of the games. It shows in the character design and narrative, where they don't want to risk breaking any continuity they basically get repetitive with character design and narrative to at least remain consistent. As a result it becomes very tropey and copy-pastey.
It's very uninteresting to see the same story told the same way over and over.
The best comparison in Halo is, Halo 3 and Halo 4, where the studios changed over from Bungie to 343. They should have killed off Master Chief. I digress.
Would be good to see more writers explore the very untold stories; go deeper and darker into the unknown.
"Chief, soldiers aren't machines."
*Dramatic music* *Chief snaps his head around*
Definitely a Dread Robot Master Chief situation.