On this week's minisode, Jack O'Brien & Michael Swaim discuss how comedy ages, the idea of a comedy vanishing point in culture, and the connection between comedy and the Flynn effect.
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In the last two weeks, the internet was blessed with new trailers for both 'Ant-Man' and 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'.
Last year, Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' took advantage of some of the most up-to-date quantum theory we've got, and wove in a story about space travel, time, and relativity.
If you had to guess what the average Death Star employee was like, and you could only watch the 'Star Wars' movies, you'd assume it was filled with only two types of people: stormtroopers, and old British men in small hats.
The end of the year brings two things: unrealistic resolutions sobbed out through mouthfuls of pie, and top ten lists from every site on the Internet.
No matter how cool, young or hip you are, eventually the world of mass media will leave your increasingly-saggy ass behind.