Hosts: Jeremy, Marty
This is about robot beds, the ethics of nursing, and graying populations.
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Hosts: Angela, Jeremy, Joseph, Phill
This is about bad fashion, fakey computers, and dudes in lipstick.
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Hosts: AK, Dylan, Meghan
This is about Hellraiser, medical experiments, and that guy from Jurassic Park.
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This is about lack of eyes, outer space, and disappointing final acts.
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Hosts: Dylan, Jeremy
This is about serial killers, school buses, and infrared thingies stuck to your forehead.
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ArshadAA and I do a spoiler-riffic discussion of the 1985 anime, Blue Comet SPT Layzner. Directed by Ryosuke Takahashi, this series if a little bit Gundam, a little bit Fist of the North Star, and a whole lot of '80s.
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This show contains:
"A SNAKE IN MY BOOTS!"
The watch from Giant Robo.
This is about twin cowboy gunslingers, the Joker with a ponytail and Hollywood plans, and Batman's hang-ups.
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This is about bad dialogue, proles, and lookin' like Margaret Thatcher.
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This is about uprisings, communism, and cannibalism.
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Hosts: Ben, Jeremy
This is about eating way too much food, European ninja, and goat heads but not goat bills.
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This is about hate plagues, surfing on space ships, and joke endings.
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This is about evil space goats, vegemoids, and willowy blondes. It's Leiji Matsumoto! Of course there's willowy blondes!
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This is about claws, super steroids, and luchadores.
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This is about broken backs, extremely insensitive and inaccurate portrayals of mental illnesses, and THE NINETIES.
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