163: Bandersnatch

Join us as we try to tackle this incredibly unique special from the Black Mirror series, Bandersnatch! This is the Black Mirror episode (or is it a film?) where you get to basically ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’, and it definitely made for some good mind-blown moments.

Bandersnatch really puts the viewer into mind of the ideas of free choices vs predestination, and so that’s where we camp out for some time. In what ways is our interaction with Stefan similar to God’s interaction with man? In what ways is it very dissimilar?

We referenced this article throughout the episode by AJ Maynard. While we found general disagreement with it, what he was wrestling with was definitely something the episode wrestles with and he helped provide us a prompt to dive into the issues! 

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