The Ending Of Black Museum Explained | Black Mirror Season 4 Explained


kshamwhizzle
kshamwhizzle

but why doesn't Letitia walk into the museum, look at all the exhibits, and go "WHAT ARE THOSE?!"

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Baelor
Baelor

The Doctor scene where he was mutilating himself is the only TV/Movie scene I've seen that's made me physically sick, like, sick to my stomach. It was fucking disgusting.

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91clasSick
91clasSick

She put the cookie of her mother in her own head so she would always be with her, but also so she could witness her getting revenge for their father and husband. Also making a reference to Arkangel.

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Satoshi Hashizume
Satoshi Hashizume

So many professionally scattered easter eggs in it... well done haha

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pickledegg1989
pickledegg1989

It's also worth mentioning that he exterior of St. Juniper Hospital is Senate House in London, which was also used as the exterior of O'Brien's apartment in the film version of Nineteen Eighty-Four.

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Xelanderthomas
Xelanderthomas

I don't care. Nish is cool.. Let her smile.

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Jasmine Thrasybule
Jasmine Thrasybule

I thought the key chains were just a recording...

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VFL
VFL

one of the very last things she did before driving off was crank something on the Rolo keychain. She either powered it off or cranked the volume down. Now if she powered it off, Rolo actually wouldn’t be suffering eternally, and her testimony to him before cranking the electrocution chair was just to add to his despair before the destruction of his cookie.

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Mole Studios
Mole Studios

Love these videos man, can u do men against fire next?

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Jacques Coulardeau
Jacques Coulardeau

NETFLIX IS OUR NEW TESTAMENT http://medium.com/@JacquesCoulardeau/netflix-is-our-new-testament-56598efa1b9b NETFLIX – BLACK MIRROR – 4th SEASON - 2017 This series is in a way outrageously disturbing. It is not science-fiction as usual, but it is science-fiction from a systematically vengeful and sadistic point of view. The six episodes have no alternative meaning and that’s why they are poignant in a way because even though we know it is going to be sadistic and vengeful, we do not know how it is going to develop and the punch line is always flabbergasting. […]

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Julia Guyton
Julia Guyton

The news story on the death of the reporter was also on the tv when dawson decided to start hurting himself so it likely wasnt him who killed her

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Dodec84
Dodec84

I hated Black Museum. Because they revealed all the stories happen in the same universe which don't make sense to me. Some universes feel really different than other universes in this show.

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Nyc Bible
Nyc Bible

just watch replicas with keanu reaves

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Nyc Bible
Nyc Bible

How did the girl's mother get in the bear? I thought it was a white woman! Isn't the guy in the electric chair the same guy as the white girl inside the bear's

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IchigoLink
IchigoLink

Nyc Bible Nish’s mother was inside Nish so we can assume she died and Nish transferred her there.

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Dylan Welch
Dylan Welch

anyone else notice that the black museum sign in the episode looks very similar to the fearnet.com emblem when that was a thing, not sure if the episode was paying tribute or if it was just a coincidence

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Claire :0
Claire :0

i actually just went to go watch this episode before watching this video. best decision of my life.

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Genae
Genae

WHEN HE SAID THAT DAWSON COULDVE KILLED THE WEATHER LADY I SCREAMED.

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Andre Salem
Andre Salem

I don't think it could have been Dawson because we see a TV report for the weather woman kidnapping as Dawson is suffering from withdrawal but before he starts mutilating himself. But good thkinking tho

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LintyCarcass
LintyCarcass

It doesn't make sense that the person in the keychain still suffers. If you were to upload a gaming video you wouldn't simulate the whole game on the person's PC right? You would just record the screen and sound. This means that it's just the image of the person suffering.

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Anne McPhail
Anne McPhail

I have been emotionally compromised

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thefragile_
thefragile_

i love your videos!

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JulCaos Elliott
JulCaos Elliott

This video deserves way more views, likes and comments. Well edited and nicely analyzed... Great job, man.

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Taylor Nichole
Taylor Nichole

Can anyone explain to me why the fuck they couldn’t just transfer Carrie from the monkey into another format. They already proved they can move these cookies around more than once... so if cookies got rights why didn’t anyone fight for Carrie to be free?

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8-bit Tetris
8-bit Tetris

Are the bunk beds a reference to men against fire

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Acrimonious Mirth
Acrimonious Mirth

I BINGED BLACK MIRROR! And yes, I was emotionally compromised.

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Conrad Garcia
Conrad Garcia

Anyone else pick up on the Rolo Haynes and Dr Haynes from Bendersnatch. Guessing there is some sort of Tuckeresque continuity thing going on there.

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Ivan The GreAT
Ivan The GreAT

If black museum possesses every piece of bad tech... . . . . . . Where's the iPhone at?

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Kat Ollerdisse
Kat Ollerdisse

Haha you're so edgy

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Silverdragon 47
Silverdragon 47

Just next to Hi-Point and Fallout 76.

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Fakta fakta
Fakta fakta

this was the first black mirror episode i didn't like. it didn't make any sense

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lulu haki
lulu haki

I loved black museum.

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Christian D
Christian D

Jesus Christ what a coincidence I just watched this one yesterday

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irene x shuhua x mina
irene x shuhua x mina

Nish's actions Is it truly justifiable or is it as inhumane as what the antagonists in the other episodes did? Keeps me thinking.. I really love this series because of the way it tackles moral and ethical issues in a manner that makes its viewers realize things and wonder about things.

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lemon
lemon

ahhhHHH tommys lollipop

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Nifty Street
Nifty Street

I felt uncomfortable with the scary episode with that blonde haired dude

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Nick Nevco
Nick Nevco

I feel these are not easter eggs but reused props to save on budget.

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xantype
xantype

One of the BM episodes I tend to forget easily. It was _okay_ I guess. Not more and not less than that.

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Jess T.
Jess T.

Monkey *needs* a hug 😢

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masterzombie161
masterzombie161

Monkey wants a hug. One of the most haunting moments in the series.

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AverageLuke
AverageLuke

That and white christmas.

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Mastema
Mastema

dark

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masterzombie161
masterzombie161

Yesindeediedoo..........wait...

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Jamie Constable
Jamie Constable

Yes indeed😐😲

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Ollie H
Ollie H

*needs*

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Riley Walker
Riley Walker

I watched all 4 season in 3 days and it was interesting.....

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AwpWilliams
AwpWilliams

How'd you do the math of how the guy in White Christmas was left on the 1000yrs/min setting?

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Michael B. Jordaine
Michael B. Jordaine

This episode broke me, it was so disturbing that I couldn’t finish it in one sitting

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Alex Flockhart
Alex Flockhart

This video points out the references to other episodes, then narrates the finale. The whole episode was already exposition and doesn't really need explanation.

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S Mac
S Mac

Tf I just watched this yesterday and you upload this 😮

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Asursfire
Asursfire

I feel like Mish is better then everybody else because they tortured her dad so she will probably make him feel what her dad felt and then destroy the keychain

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Demonmixer
Demonmixer

No, she'll keep it to suffer because she's that kind of person. She'll love that.

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Macaroni and Cliches
Macaroni and Cliches

That wasn't a Hated In The Nation reference when she mentioned hanging hashtags off of injustice. It was in reference to people who hashtag blacklivesmatter without actually joining in blm actions or following through on the names added to the list

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Chase Jordan
Chase Jordan

Black lives matter has turned into something resembling feminism m8, no good.

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James Burke
James Burke

I watched season 2-4 in the span of 3 days...

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Angeles22
Angeles22

0:22 *accurate*

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Jason Federico
Jason Federico

That was a lot of emotions

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ACE IN THE COLE99
ACE IN THE COLE99

Instead of asking you I would have said that’s a great question... Let’s go ask the writer!!! Lol

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Miles Glee
Miles Glee

Me: watches episode Friend: It's not that scary Me: *puts blindfold on* *Birdbox has entered the chat*

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Jamie Constable
Jamie Constable

Miles Glee what?

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layne buckalew
layne buckalew

Another Easter egg I noticed was R. Haynes is the name of the museum currator in Black Museum and Stefan's Therapist in Bandersnatch!

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Marina !
Marina !

Your explanations of the episodes are the best, thank you ! I see so many more things now and even understand some of the episodes so much better.

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UpsideDown Flo
UpsideDown Flo

27th comment : I'm new here and Damn I just love your content and I'm glad I discovered it

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Disappointed creepy Noah
Disappointed creepy Noah

You say it could be the doctor that killed the weather woman but before he even started any of that you can see a news story about the murder on the tv in the back

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adrianna rhoden
adrianna rhoden

Trigger Warning for African-Americans: includes content that may seem triggering to watch

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B. Dunn
B. Dunn

+adrianna rhoden eh

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adrianna rhoden
adrianna rhoden

Seeing your own get abused is triggering-even in a show. Thank you

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B. Dunn
B. Dunn

What?

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this boye
this boye

18:18 what? She wasn't doing that for pleasure. It was for revenge. Her smiling at the keychain was just her smile of success, bringing revenge to the man that put her father into suffering.

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Bidmartinlo
Bidmartinlo

+X 2 Oookay. First thing first: Revenge isn't all murder, death, torture. Revenge can be almost any sort of retaliation against someone who has done wrong. So the retaliation could be a prank, stepping on a toe or something non-physical like slander. In the context of traffic it could be driving infront of the "guilty" and slowing down just to annoy or becoming a cyclist on the road. Which is downright vindictive, if you ask me. As for my personal experiences, I've never been bloody enslaved in any way or had my family killed, but I've been bullied _(by students and teachers)_ and exploited several times. I have worked at several companies who promised me a job if I did well, but I knew the entire time I wouldn't get it and that it was legal. Of course, then bullying is nothing new, but it was frustrating that the teachers went after me. In all cases, if I wanted something done about it; I would've needed help. I never got help when I tried to get it, so there was nothing I could do about it. All I can do is try not to get exploited again and be better friends with my superiors. So for the revenge case in the Black mirror episode: I might do something, but only as a form of removing a threat in the world. NOT for revenge. Though, I would admit that I would be happy knowing he couldn't hurt anyone else. But torturing him in a virtual space? Waste of time. But, I'm only human and I could lose control over who I am over time. However, when I am sound of mind; I would never torture an enemy if I already planned to kill him /her. In the case of this Black mirror episode, it's pretty much pointless and counter-productive. Why? It's virtual torture! *It's not even real!* It only means you're torturing yourself by seeing such the horrific sights and sounds every time you look. For the mental issues revenge can give or vindictiveness caused by mental issues/ stress/ frustrations/ whatever. You can't deny that people these days are incredibly vindictive. I mean, even you are vindictive, by being condescending, against me because I hold a different opinion. And I've done that too to other people. Which is not even the extreme. You see angry people everywhere in traffic, on youtube, when visiting customers at your job... Forgiveness and understanding is rare. If you say but ONE thing wrong, people will only focus on that as revenge or to "win" in an argument. If you make ONE mistake, no matter how harmless, in either traffic or at work; you can even get people that want to ruin you. Even winning in a game can get people to want revenge on you in real life. It's stupid, counter-productive and an incredible waste of time. Basically revenge CAN be useful, even in my eyes, but people will always risk losing themselves. More often than not, "revenge" in one's eyes is just vindictiveness. Neither retribution nor revenge...

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X 2

@Bidmartinlo "I obviously don't mean every person who's committed an act of vengeance. 'People' is just a word to generalize." One, that is a tad contradictory, two, that mirrors my point when I said that you can only speak for yourself in such macabre scenarios, and that you can't assume others lack the same self-control by painting such a broad brush. Vengeance may produce a reward reaction by activating the mesolimbic reward pathway, which could be the satisfaction/pleasure one receives from retribution that you speak of. What it ultimately comes down to is, who is doing it and unto whom and for what reason(s). Is it a diabolical person with sadistic and nefarious means, or a good person, a well-intended person, with altruistic means. In essence, the intent. Is their target an immoral/depraved being who deserves it or an innocent one who doesn't. You have to judge it on a case-by-case basis, and this is where we have to wear our "big boy pants," and utilize our critical thinking skills/inductive reasoning. This Black Mirror episode is leaning more towards the latter, not the former, that's my main thesis. If you wanted to provide a better example of vengeance gone wrong or awry, then the example of War on Terrorism that you mentioned earlier would be a fairly good one, or the atomic bombs that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki would be another prime example. If that is the vengeance getting out of hand that you were alluding to, then yes, I would agree and concede your point. But that is not the same kind of vengeance we saw here in this Black Mirror episode, for Haynes it was a long time coming, and only he was punished. Not all of the historical, political, or enigmatic figures are motivated by vengeance. Some are motivated by other values or in a combination with vengeance. There have to be studies with concrete and quantifiable evidence supporting the notion that, all vengeance is bad, therefore, those that carry out said acts are equally bad (even if they were justified, even if they find some closure or pleasure in it) as those who are the first to commit the evil deeds. This unfairly robs the person of their purpose while simultaneously creates sympathy for someone wicked as Haynes. And why because of the flimsy belief that they may become impulsive and lose all inhibition? Otherwise, it's all just blowing smoke and conjectures. The best advice is to not go around with a God complex and do shitty things to people, and you might not have to worry about someone somewhere out there plotting and exacting their revenge on you. Being a kind-hearted person in this world is a difficult and challenging thing to do, which is why I admire those that genuinely are. On the other hand, it doesn't take much to be an asshole, that part is easy, anyone can be one. But some people are rewarded for it nonetheless, and others gravitate towards it.

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X 2

+Bidmartinlo But how often do people want to torture, kill, or commit heinous acts towards someone for simply switching lanes without signalling while on the road or what have you? If they do, then they are not psychologically stable. Do people get angry, frustrated, and have bouts of road rage every so often? Sure. But equating the innocuous and mundane of every day life like your boss berating you for coming late to work, missing important deadlines for proposals, or that beautiful girl you saw at some public venue or online rejecting your non-platonic advances with war criminals facing conviction from the military tribunal during the Nuremberg trials for mass genocide, is constructing false equivalencies. That is your line of reasoning. And you said so yourself, you are able to think clearly when you stop dwelling over EVERY LITTLE thing people had done to you, but when has anyone ever exploited and lied to you in such a grotesque and unethical way, remove all hope of freedom, tortured you, made money off of your suffering and your families' suffering, and was still able to sleep soundly at night with little to no remorse and repercussions? Where would France, or the world's nation at large be, if it weren't for the precedence of the 1789 French Revolution? Would you say you would be against the French commoners for exacting their vendetta, during a political upheaval, on the French Monarchy in an oppressive feudalistic system? Probably not, but maybe if you were on the receiving end of doing someone wrong and you know it, in which case yes. Had the French Monarch did their job and ruled justly, things would not have devolve the way that it did...in short they had it coming. I posed some questions earlier that still requires answering. What would you do if the aforementioned acts happened to you or someone close to you that you really cared about? If you will, place yourself in the character's shoes, and enlighten us on how you would go about obtaining justice for the character's father when all options seem to have been explored/exhausted, and the justice system seemingly had failed you? And be Genuine as you think about it and search your feelings before crafting a response. When the legal definition of contemporary "justice" fails (in all its restitutive and retributive form), what keeps vile and reprehensible people in check, if not vengeance?

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Bidmartinlo
Bidmartinlo

+kiiara xo I obviously don't mean every person who's committed an act of vengeance. "People" is just a word to generalize. As for evidence that revenge basically makes people _(in general)_ insane; I can't exactly name every political assassin, psychopath, soldier, tyrannical ruler and so on that ever lived. Nor do I want or have the time to do so. Also, I'm not a medical professional, so I can't diagnose them with insanity either _(even though many have the many of the symptoms)._ This is just what I'd say a normal person would define as insane or simply "not normal". Anyways, I can simply state my opinion and observation on the matter, for the sake of time: Extreme acts of vengeance _(like in this Black mirror episode)_ are insane in itself. Many people gain pleasure from taking revenge. The sub-conscious craves pleasure, so the person seeks it out. Thus creating a vindictive person, prone to impulse.

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Abbie Fogarty
Abbie Fogarty

I love this analysis of Black Museum, you have a very good grasp on the Black Mirror Universe and, I can't wait to see the rest of the episodes analysed in your style! But, this is just my own view on the Nish's morality, argument. Of course there is the question, of whether Nish's actions are truly just, but, look at it from her perspective. This guy tortured her own father for, however many years, turning what was the last part of him, that could have been given to her and her mother, into a vegetable. It's way more personal for her, than any of the other antagonists in Black Mirror. As someone who lost my own father figure, due to the ignorance of people who were meant to be helping him, I can absolutely see where Nish is coming from in regards to Haynes. Bitterness and anger left to fester, can make kind people do cruel things, to those who they feel have wronged them.

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TheUltimateKIC
TheUltimateKIC

I was going to say something like that, as well. Also, adding the fact that he's responsible for the torture and trauma of many others. He would only be getting a taste of what the father went through even after a few years, at least. Not to mention the other victims. He could be in there for years and it still wouldn't be enough. He showed no remorse. I even sympathized with Daly from that Star Trek episode, at the end of the episode. Heck, he's stuck in complete darkness with no way out for, potentially, eternity. At least, Haynes has a way out.

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Silver Raven
Silver Raven

You uploaded right after I watched it. XD

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Jj Lamadrid
Jj Lamadrid

wait question, if the cookies are just a machine that copy’s your self conscious then the real person isn’t suffering it’s the cookies that suffers

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Sophisticated Nebula
Sophisticated Nebula

Yes, but the cookie is so similar to the original that you cannot differentiate it from another human. Therefore blurring the line of sentience

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rishabh anand
rishabh anand

you know one thing i just realized? for anyone who has watched naruto, the cookies from white christmas are a "real life" version of itachi's tsukuyomi, which was considered one of the most brutal genjutsus in the naruto verse.

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rishabh anand
rishabh anand

+Madison Henry Ryan i get that san junipero is like the infinite tsukuyomi, but how are the key chains like izanagi?

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Madison Henry Ryan
Madison Henry Ryan

real talk - you could also say san junipero is like a voluntary infinite tsukuyomi. The key chain in black museum is just izanagi haha

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Guilherme Brunstein
Guilherme Brunstein

as ALWAYS : best analysis on the web ! attention to details on point ! keep up the good work !

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it's just brandy
it's just brandy

I binged all four seasons in the last three days and watched Bandersnatch. I had never seen them until now (don't ask why I took so long, I hate myself for it) and you're the third channel to warn against watching them back to back. You were so right, it messes with your head (especially ones with kids getting hurt as I am a mother) but I wouldn't have been able to stop even if I'd been warned first. The show is so good.

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Wolfen443
Wolfen443

I did the same thing, they are disturbingly real since the technology is already almost here.

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Marina !
Marina !

Don't feel bad, I never even heard of this series until (gulp ! ) last month !! wth ! Now I Can't binge fast enough !

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Öh Hej
Öh Hej

Last week I watched every single episode. It was an emotional nightmare

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kshamwhizzle
kshamwhizzle

jesus christ what kind of dreams did you have?

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Mastema
Mastema

you should go watch david lynch's filmography followed by Alejandro Jodorowsky's.

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Carlos Rocha
Carlos Rocha

no pues felicidades, mañana te compongo un corrido!

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Brad D
Brad D

Damn, I started in August 2018, just finished my last episode yesterday. Took me like 5 months

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23shipoopi23
23shipoopi23

What was your favorite episode?

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Tay Clark
Tay Clark

Thank you so much

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STATU5 GAMING
STATU5 GAMING

This rocks man.

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Lulu
Lulu

This was excellent!!!!

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OhMyGulay
OhMyGulay

You're like 2 years late

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Demonmixer
Demonmixer

+Skskkskskks Skskkskskks Never mind. I'm just Grammar Nazing and piss taking. Have you seen Bandersnatch yet? It's well worth a watch.

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Skskkskskks Skskkskskks
Skskkskskks Skskkskskks

Demonmixer I kinda get it but still lost excuse my slowness

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Demonmixer
Demonmixer

+Skskkskskks Skskkskskks Look at your first comment. Lol.

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Skskkskskks Skskkskskks
Skskkskskks Skskkskskks

Demonmixer you’re still not speaking English

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Demonmixer
Demonmixer

+Skskkskskks Skskkskskks Sum like English. ;)

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gabriel anderson
gabriel anderson

Ninth

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60try
60try

nice vid

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Jj Lamadrid
Jj Lamadrid

i watched the whole show in three days😂

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kshamwhizzle
kshamwhizzle

I watched it in a few days too. I couldn't stop! I'd get home from work and just want to watch more because it's so damn good.

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ceddy baskets
ceddy baskets

Jj Lamadrid it’s crazy good

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Michelle Isnt Awesome Williams
Michelle Isnt Awesome Williams

Same

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Jj Lamadrid
Jj Lamadrid

yes dude it’s such a good show i under estimated it tbh😂

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JΛMΛ
JΛMΛ

same, I watched it this time last year. Glad it's finally get more popular

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A5games
A5games

Emotionally compromised? More like mental destroyed.

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BearGaming
BearGaming

Apples

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Rua893
Rua893

did this nigga changed his name ? ...

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ACE IN THE COLE99
ACE IN THE COLE99

Is this a re-upload!?!

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Life & Play! by Marna
Life & Play! by Marna

ACE IN THE COLE99 I don’t think so, he talks about Bandersnatch at the beginning.

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WonderMe Plays
WonderMe Plays

Second

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Alex Jones
Alex Jones

First

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