We’ve been doing this crap for five years. There are now about 285 hours of spoiler Warning. To put that in perspective, let’s say you wanted to watch every single episode of Spoiler Warning ever. At the same time, your neighbor decides to do a Trek marathon where they watch all of the original series, all of the Trek movies (including the Abrams reboot) and every episode of Next Generation.
When your neighbor is done, you will still have about 68 hours of Spoiler Warning left to watch. (I’m sorry.) In our defense, I have no idea why you decided to watch all that.
Thanks for watching. We still haven’t picked the game for next season.
For the record: I thought The Yawhg was kind of charming and fun. If I had any friends, I’d totally play it with them.
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