The ending was solid, Satan getting destroyed by ManBearPig was funny and the joke about considering to start considering whether to take the situation seriously was also really reflective of society. The previous episode was better though but this was a solid follow-up.
Great episode again but wondering if I should make a thread in gaming to warn that it has spoilers for red dead 2 lol. Then again it already aired so most people must have seen it already. I'm EU and watch it day later myself, but I've already beaten it luckily.
I hate when the CC site/app acts up. Trying to recap last week's ep, watching it again when I get to the commercial in the middle of the time bar, it just has a spinning circle forever. It does this on the app AND the site. Can't continue it.
I remember! I liked Korn back then, I think they did a lot of cool stuff with guitar effects and the rhythm section had a unique sound. However, Korn's biggest problem was their singer, though. regardless of how he sounds sonically which is up to personal taste, the singer harps on shit most people grow up and get over by the time they are a sophomore in high school. I think it's why people who were fans of Korn then don't continue to hold those records close to their hearts as adults. People still listen to Rust in Peace by Megadeath 30 years later, but I don't think "Life is Peachy" is an album every teen with a guitar picks up today.
Anyway, I love how insanely violent Manbearpig is. It's this devastating force that should be plain for all to see but they continue to smugly deny it.
I haven't really listened to them like 15 years, didn't even bother rerip my CDs when I did new encodes but I'm pretty sure a root to a lot of Davis's lyrics were being sexually abused and being angry over no one believing him, not exactly something you get over by the time you're a sophomore in high school. That said, I grew bored of KoRn pretty quickly and I was already kind of there with Follow the Leader but after hearing Issues, which I got from my area rock station, I was like "yup, I'm done".