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PSP #388: Destroying My Childhood, One Movie at a Time

On today's short show, Marc talks about how there almost wasn't a show because of technical difficulties and then moves onto talking about Fortnite and some of the technical difficulties that's been having too. After that, Marc talks briefly about the anime they've dropped and ends with how they've been ruining their childhood by returning to movies they loved as a kid and don't love now as an adult, nope, not at all. Anyway, cheers and enjoy the anime-zing(ly child-free) show.

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The Talking Points:

  • A Centaur's Life (Centaur no Nayami) [MAL]
  • In Another World With My Smartphone (Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni) [MAL]
  • Clean Freak! Aoyama kun (Keppeki Danshi! Aoyama-kun) [MAL]
  • Restaurant to Another World (Isekai Shokudou) [MAL]
  • Fortnite [official site]
  • A Goofy Movie
  • Hocus Pocus
  • Casper
  • The Indian in the Cupboard
  • And more...

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PSP #388: Destroying My Childhood, One Movie at a Time

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