The ship is all, praise the ship...yep, we're on another generation ship and it's stupider than Ryan remembers. Goofy dialog and wooden characters leads to a discussion about classic dystopian novels, an old table top roleplaying game, and Richard drops a Small Wonder reference.
It's twos all around as it becomes something you just have to experience to understand.
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Hey, did you like "Cold Equations" but thought that there needed to be a stupid personal drama and a way out of the situation? What's wrong with you? Well, here's "Jaywalker," where we talk about how bad the episode was, ways in which the episode was bad, and the general badness of the episode.
Richard dusted off the old -1, and Ryan gave the 0 that he never thought he would.
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Every parent's fantasy, a super genius child that transcends human existence. You know, with shenanigans. We discuss the dual-pronged difficulty of writing geniuses and children at the same time, what math goes where, and our different experiences in gifted programs.
I don't remember the ratings, but it's a split again.
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A kit getting shipped by accident causes an existential crisis, but the silly music keeps playing. Richard has a moment with an author he's almost read, Ryan proposes a new way to listen to The Shadow, and we come to terms with rooting for the bad guy.
In a contentious three quarters of a point, Ryan gave it an 8.25 and Richard a 9.
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