This week we present outtakes from our discussions of Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team!
Next time, these hands of ours are burning red as we kick off our next series: Mobile Fighter G Gundam!
In this episode, Bebe gave Michel the worst kind of Dear John letter, Kiki is good, but Karen and Sanders would have been better, and Shiro is teaching middle school art classes in the woods? Plus, the Nostalgia Pilots consider all of 08th MS Team, and look forward to our next series!
Promo: Nutty Bites!
This week: In what should be the last episode but isn’t, Genias shows us how deep his issues really go, Kojima steps up, and Shiro decides to retire. Plus, Michel’s infatuation with Bebe escalates into a religion, and was Apsalus a pokemon the whole time?
Promo: Flash Pulp
In tonight’s episode, Genias continues to be a terrible boss, The Federation mobile suits can’t escape gravity, and Eledore is at least competent. Plus, Norris has an awesome exit and Shiro wins the fight but loses the battle.
Promo: Writing In Suburbia
In this episode: The Magella Attack Force, um, Attacks. Eledore is back to help out, and somebody on the team is spying on Shiro. But who could it be? Plus, Genias continues his slide into super-villainy and Karen loses her head.
Promo: Happy Hour From the Tower
Welcome to Nostalgia Pilots! This week, Hugh, Jason, Jurd and Spence consider Gundam the 08th MS Team Epsisode 8: “Duty and Ideals.”
In tonight’s episode, the Nostalgia Pilots meet and say goodbye to our favorite new characters, Shiro struggles with the realities of war while shooting a Zaku in the junk, and Genias goes full Elvis on the TV. Plus, Yuri Kilarney belongs in a different anime, and Sanders is a classy drinker.
Promo: Tales From The Tub
This episode, giant problems need giant wrenches, Michel is a distracted mess of a man, and Karen and Sanders are the real heroes. Plus, how do you catch a spaceship with a goddamn net?
Promo: Chrononaut Cinema Reviews
This episode: Zeon readies a room for Eledore and Michel at the Hotel Casablanca, Aina vaguely disapproves of murdering civilians, and Karen is the best at what she does, which is everything.
Plus, the Nostalgia Pilots consider the cost of sending physical mail to space, and that guard is never going to finish his National Geographic article.
Promo: Nutty Bites!
In this episode, Michel is extremely Watson, Karen solves her team’s problems with violence, and Aina fixes her ship through trying harder. Plus, the Apsalus has a silly name, and Minovsky particles are the new wrenches.