We spend about as much time on plot as this story did, which is to say hardly anything. Instead we gave local shoutouts, threw unprovoked shade on Stockton, and generally had a hard time wrapping our head around the premise.
Richard gave it a 4.5, Ryan never got around to scoring it.
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In the best prediction of the future yet, the internet (Logic) meets it's first hacker, a snotty 12 year old. There's fawning, there's Ryan mispronouncing names, Richard spoils a book he recommends, and we go over the first year of X Minus One while insisting on calling it a season.
Ryan gave it a 9.9, Richard a flat 9.
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It's the episode that broke Richard. 50s husband caricatures deal with their equally thinly drawn wives with robots. Having not listened to "Perigi's Wonderful Dolls," they don't see the twists coming.
Richard loses it about halfway through and filibusters for twenty minutes on places to get a good steak. Seriously, you could listen for the science fiction take of "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" or the robot revolution so subversive that the robots don't know they've won, but really, it's just to listen to Richard have a meltdown over how much he hated this episode.
Richard gives it a -1 so as to make sure no one listens to this episode ever. Ryan split with that and gave it a 4 for similar reasons.
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Time traveling vacationers visit 1955 and manage to not almost hook up with their parents in the Ray Bradbury tale "To The Future." We quibble over who the protagonist really is, talk about vague war, and for once Ryan doesn't have to be drug along to like a Ray Bradbury story. He still rates it lower than Richard.
7.5 for Ryan, 8.5 for Richard.
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