The ultimate blanket fort goes in search of a story but gets lost along the way. Richard forgets a fallacy, Ryan...shit, I may have sat this one out..., and we make a hard pitch for our perennial not-a-sponsor in this week's "A Pail of Air"
Hand wringy 4.5s and 5s as we try and give this episode a complement sandwich.
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We go straight into lament that this story wasn't the pilot to a sci-fi McHale's Navy. We name drop a bunch of other old sitcoms, including Richard's take on Hogan's Heroes, we do the worst musical number in all of podcastdom, and we return to a classic by turning on teenagers.
Ryan gave it an 8 and Richard went 'full Fellini' and gave it an 8 1/2.
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We go long and even occasionally talk about the episode. People from the future who can't remember the past encounter future disappointment, Richard gives Ryan an affirmation, Ryan throws shade on Dark City (get it?), Richard shares some hate for The Crow. Plus some Matrix talk and it all somehow vaguely relates to an episode we kinda liked.
Sevens all around.
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We go way back in time with some characters equally out of time to explain why you need to be able to handle a big gun for dinosaur in..."A Gun for Dinosaur." Ryan gets all kinds of names wrong, Richard explains why there's no time travel Santa Claus, and we encounter the anti-sucker punch.
Richard gave it a 7.5 and Ryan another adjusted score of 8.
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The making up continues as we explore the Simak story, "Junkyard." We discuss the unimportance of details, have a minor nerd off on other subjects we bore people with at parties, and our willingness to just assume our heroes are wrong about what's going on if the rest of the story is charming.
Richard gave it an 8, Ryan a sentimental 8.5
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