Reply All: #99 Black Hole, New Jersey

After the recent Uber/hacking episodes, I’m starting to notice a theme in a subcurrent of Reply All episodes –> start off with an easy villain (Uber, Russian exporters), do your best to paint them in the shadiest light possible, outright accuse them of screwing people over…and then spend the rest of the episode clearing their name, even though their name was really only tarnished because how they chose to begin the episode. For this episode, though, it works must better than the Uber episodes (which spent way too much time playing the Uber-as-villain card before finally and completely clearing them of wrongdoing*).

*BTW, that’s probably Reply All‘s greatest crime of all…making Uber look good.

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