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E73 – Mobile Suit Gundam Conclusion



The One Year War is finally over. Peace reigns… for now.

White Base hurtles towards destruction as it attacks multiple Zeon space fortresses. Meanwhile, Michael realizes the happy ending is, retroactively, a fairly bleak one, Peter reveals his MAHQ chatroom username, and both hosts wish Lalah wasn’t cut out of the show as much.

Also included: Texan mobile suits, a Ferris Bueller fanfiction that writes itself, Zakrello hate.

Sailor Moon R: The Movie will release on September 12th


E72 – Mobile Suit Gundam Part 3



White Base kicks things into overdrive, managing to carve through three arcs in one go!

Char Aznable returns, and the Black Tri-Stars get their fifteen minutes of fame.  Meanwhile, Michael isn’t sold on the G-Armor designs, Peter reveals his favorite aquatic Zeon mobile suit, and both hosts put the Zock design on blast.

Also included: Zeonic Popeyes, Bigro advertisement, the death of seemingly every side character

Mobile Suit Gundam Conclusion will release on August 29th


E71 – Mobile Suit Gundam Part 2



It’s the start of Tomino Month, with the introduction of the Gouf mobile suit, and a sympathetic adversary.

White Base continues its trek towards the main Federation force, encountering a commando unit lead by the best Gundam character. Meanwhile, Peter appreciates the absence of Char, Michael talks about a memory of Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, and both hosts speculate about what M’Quve’s mines could be hiding.

Also included: planning a birthday party, Newtype foreshadowing, Momuro

Mobile Suit Gundam Part 3 will release on August 15th


E70 – Mobile Suit Gundam Part 1



Only Gundam can save us!

White Base, a ship full of orphans and refugees, begins its journey to Federation headquarters at Jaburo, fighting off vicious attacks by the Zeon forces. Meanwhile, Michael admits his bias in favor of Gundam, Peter questions how landmarks like the Grand Canyon ended up with slightly different names, and both hosts reveal that they have partly-assembled Gundam model kits on their desks.

Yeah, we’re dorks.

Also included: Tomino hates episode 15, Ramba Ral: very old man, and corporal punishment

Mobile Suit Gundam Part 2 will release on August 1st


E67 – Beast Wars Conclusion



The Beast Wars reach their apex as relics from the past are recovered and old friends make their return…

Meanwhile, Michael compares season 3 of Beast Wars to the final season of Mad Men, Peter is disappointed by the season premiere, and both hosts attempt to describe Optimal Optimus’s appearance.

Also included: A Mainframe catchphrase, new character designs, what animal we would transform into

Episode 68 – G-Force will release on June 20.


E66 – Beast Wars Part 3



When Optimus is away, the Preds will play.

Season 2 of Beast Wars starts off crazy and continues ramping up from there. Meanwhile, Michael apologizes for mispronouncing a series title, Peter appreciates a new characters dual-wielded weapons, and both hosts are at a loss to determine where the show is going from here.

Also included: media that made us cry, an all Scott McNeil buddy cop movie, robot flirting.

Beast Wars Part 4, covering the third and final season, will release on June 6.


E65 – Beast Wars Part 2



Optimus?! OPTIMUUUUSSSS!!!

As season one of Beast Wars draws to a close, things start to get crazy. Meanwhile, Michael compares the first season to first seasons of Star Trek, Peter questions Megatron’s method of dealing with open rebellion, and both hosts look forward to the future of the Beast Wars.

Also included: Tango and Crash, DBZ and McDonald’s, question mark endings.

Next week: Minisode 9

Beast Wars Part 3, where we cover the second season of the show, will release on May 23


E64 – Beast Wars Part 1



The Beast Wars begin, and it doesn’t look pretty.

This week, Michael and Peter begin their four-part journey through the history of the Beast Wars. Meanwhile, Michael disputes the logic of making the hero characters mammals, Peter compares robot forms to taxidermy projects, and both hosts repeatedly quote Megatron’s verbal tic. Yes…

Also included: The Mainframe Effect, maintenance on the Absolution, animals holding advanced technology.

Next week: Minisode 8

Beast Wars Part 2 will release on May 9th


E62 – Tenchi in Tokyo Conclusion



When Tenchi finally tells everyone to get lost, they… do. Alright, we didn’t see that coming.

Ryoko reclaims her title of space pirate, Kiyone and Mihoshi rise through the ranks of the Galaxy Police, and Ayeka traps Nobuyuki outside his own house. Meanwhile, Michael attempts to explain Tenchi in Tokyo as a deconstruction of “harem” anime tropes, Peter is displeased by the design of Tenchi’s new sword, and both hosts appreciate the primary villain.

Also included: brainstorming new names for the “harem” genre, changing the topic by shouting “party!”, preferred wacky portions.

Next week: Minisode 6

Cartoon Roulette will release on April 11


E61 – Tenchi in Tokyo Part 1



We’re back to Tenchi, but Tenchi’s trying to get away from everyone.

This week, Tenchi meets a new girl who immediately falls in love with him. Meanwhile, Michael recalls a specific episode from his childhood, Peter tries to describe an indescribable villain design, and both hosts wonder if Sakuya even exists outside of Tenchi’s eyeline.

Also included: the Platonic Ideal of cuteness, weirdness of “Harem” as a genre description, Ai Tenchi Muyo!: worth it or not?

Next week: Minisode 5

Tenchi in Tokyo Part 2 will release March 28.