This is it, we're in Sheckley territory now. We gush over one of our favorite episodes by one of our favorite X Minus One adapted authors. We discuss the role of sincerity in narratives and society, decide that generational stereotypes are heat loss, and Ryan misremembers a story he just listened to.
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Back on schedule-ish just in time for the heretic roles to be reversed. Richard talks through his problems in search of why he didn't like this story which involves a few greatest hits and why we don't like The Breakfast Club.
Richard gave it a 4.5 and Ryan gave it a 7...imagine. You'll have to listen to see what that's all about.
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Turns out we were faking space long before we got to the moon, also playing with 'found footage' style narratives. Richard puts his foot down on anthropomorphic nature documentaries, we contemplate why the obvious solution wasn't used, and Richard launches right into the reading corner.
Richard gave it an 8, Ryan an 8.5
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Almost in time for Groundhog's Day a Groundhoggy story...sort of. Ryan is apparently trying to not wake a baby, Richard pitches hard for the CW, and Ryan tries to start a religion.
Ryan gave it a begrudging 6.5, Richard a surprising 9.
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