You may have noticed that this episode is not a retrospective on 2023. Do you know why? Because Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon demanded our attention. Nay, Rebel Moon commanded our attention.


Honestly though, we’re all in our 40s now. After 300 episodes aren’t we past the point of devoting entire episodes to looking back at a year? Aren’t they all the same? Doesn’t one day just bleed into the next like the harvests on the backwater moon of Veldt, the farm moon where Kora sought refuge from the Imperium in Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon?


Don’t you just feel like you may as well just be a robot soldier and you’re just one bad day away from putting antlers on your head and saying fuck it to the whole world? Just like Jimmy from Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon?


Anyways, who would have thought that there would be honest to goodness news about Tetris in 2024? That it was a 13 year old who hit the first NES kill screen is just somehow even better.


Meanwhile, Scott finally finished watching “Murder at the End of the World” and we finally get to talk about how unsatisfying the ending was. Neat!


Meanwhile over on Garbage Time – Keith “binged” all of Season 3 of True Detective and also blasted through “Avengers: Arena” so we talk about those. That leads to an examination of the works of Jonathan Hickman and whether or not he’s the kind of writer who should be given the keys to the Marvel Universe. Enjoy the show! If that sounds cool then show your support and head over to Patreon and subscribe at the 9ES Deluxe tier to listen to this and all past episodes of Garbage Time!


Credit Where Credit is Due

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