To add some spice to this episode, I try to stir up drama by plotting a seed of disagreement about Space Dandy between Ben and Tim; however, instead of having a big fight, they both cordially agree that their levels of admiration and respect for the show are different, and move on to discussing bigger and better things. A mature difference of opinion? What podcast do these guys think they're on, anyway? I'm sure I can find something to get the two of them at each others' throats....
Still, even without one of our regular fights, this episode is still full of fascinating anime intrigue like "Is Goto alive?", "What was the point of destroying the Original Life Fiber if Ragyo still has clothes?", and "Can we really take even one more episode of Nisekoi, let alone 13?" In other news, Ben is psyched for the next cour of Space Dandy, L.B. and I bid a tearful goodbye to the pleasant surprise that was Super Sonico: The Animation, and Tim introduces a new character to the popular Fate/stay Night mythos. I hope Type Moon and those ufotable people appreciate everything our editor-in-chief does for them.
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0:01:49 -- Square Enix and Yen Press team up to publish e-manga
0:05:52 -- The pre-season licensing bout has started
0:09:17 -- Sailor Moon Crystal website exists, and that's about it
0:11:08 -- Log Horizon S2 announced so more LIVIN' IN THE DATABASE WOOO
0:13:14 -- Space Daddy Dandy S2 is on the way: will the second half be more consistent?
0:16:00 -- Friendly reminder that new Fate/stay Night is on the way
0:18:34 -- Samurai Flamenco 21
0:23:05 -- Kill La Kill 23
0:28:04 -- Golden Time 23
0:31:45 -- Space Dandy 12
0:36:10 -- Wizard Barristers 11
0:39:14 -- Nisekoi 11
0:44:23 -- Super Sonico 12
0:46:55 -- Pupa 11
0:49:25 -- Sakura Trick 11
0:51:19 -- Recently My Sister is Unusual 12 (END)
0:54:01 -- Final Fantasy X/X2 HD Collection, some Dynasty Warriors game, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Titanfall, the whole Oculus Rift situation, Princess Nine and Maburaho.
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