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It's Canadian Thanksgiving, so guys, please don't listen to this in front of your family, or the police, or, idk, small children. This week we talk Neon Genesis Evangelion, the fact that everyone and their mom is in the Tom Hardy/Taron Eggerton movie, fandom and journalism, why the government of Canada should support this podcast, why Canadian lit is terrible, and how neither of us was sober. Oops.

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This week, we talk about the sad news of Leonard Nimoy's passing, the crazy news of Mentalist's series finale, and the leopard print banana milkshake news of the greatest new show on television, Empire. We'll also check in with Waldorph on the recent Theory of Fanfiction kerfuffle, and go through some reader questions and a correction from last week's episode, so stick around!

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Is your life lacking in hysterical sobbing and 24-hour binge watching of television in a language you don't understand? Have you always craved an excuse to watch a genre of television that will destroy you so completely that watching someone robotically hug another person from behind is enough to break you into shattering tears? Do you need plotlines that include time traveling aliens and wealthy sons of industry who stand around bleakly with their hands in their pockets all the time? Do you like watching people get hella drunk in tents and then throw up around children's playgrounds? Then Korean dramas are a thing that you need in your life, and for the first time since S1 of /report, Pru and Waldorph are here to deliver.



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Hurry up scanning your partner's balls and get strapped in, because Pru and guest Ayalesca are taking you on a journey to a future with Doctor McCoy, that guy who was in Common Law, and a lot of discussion about artificial intelligence. This week, we talk Fox's Almost Human, and how it was Almost Awesome, and whether or not we think it'll be be back for another season.

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Jun. 23rd, 2013 06:10 pm
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Thrusters on full, /reporters, because Leupagus and Ayalesca join Pru and MK this week to talk about Star Trek: Into Darkness. We discuss our weird relationship with this movie (did we like it? I think we did? are we sure? who fucking knows), "casting issues," "plot issues" and other sundries. Stick around, and we can all be confused together.

What are you waiting for? All that awaits you is disease and death wrapped in darkness.

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