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9 months ago

What's your favourite Black Mirror episode? Why?

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I really enjoyed the episode where they explored the idea of everyone having a social ranking and how hard people try to get their number up. This is especially scary because China is implementing something that's quite similar. The idea of a world where you can rate anyone and everyone is quite scary but also doesn't seem very far off.
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Be Right Back
Brooker tackles nothing less than death itself for his greatest feat, setting up a future where a widow can have her late husband’s personality, aggregated from social-media accounts, uploaded into a new body. But just as the people we date to replace lovers we’ve lost inevitably disappoint, so too does the clone develop bugs that underscore the futility of trying to hold on to what’s already gone.
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Be Right Back. This part offers deep wisdom about the hazy intersection between human innovation and the elemental forces of life itself.
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The Christmas episode with Jon Hamm , where the guy had gotten cheated on and blocked by his ex when she had a baby of another man. Amazing episode
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Someone already put out my favorite, however I think everyone should see/try Bandersnatch as it was such an awesome concept to make an interactive viewing experience.
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The one where the Prime Minister of the UK has the have sex with a pig. its funny because David Cameron may have actually had sex with a pig.
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My answer is Playtest.
The most overt of Black Mirror's attempts at making a straight horror film, it's also its most successful.
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The christmas episode
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I like the one where people are on bicycles powering a large generator and you gain points for how much you pedal and you can use the points to bypass the advertisements and you can use your points to join a game show.

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Shut Up and Dance. ...
Black Museum. ...
Be Right Back. ...
Hated in the Nation. ...
Nosedive. ...
The National Anthem. ...
USS Callister. ...
San Junipero. Quite a few things changed when Black Mirror moved to Netflix.
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