So the Cowboy Bebop thread has generated quite a bit of good discussion, including some great analysis of beef economics and prospective future beef economics.
For next week we can continue to discuss CB if people are still following it, but I'd like to choose another piece of material to focus on.
The Expanse (on amazon prime): I don't know anything about it so perhaps francopoli can pitch it?
Jodorowsky's Dune: my suggestion this week. Check out the trailer. It's totally wild and entertaining and a great trip into scifidom.
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I wouldn't mind watching another three or four episodes of Cowboy Bebop.
If I could make a suggestion on something to watch, Samurai Jack is on Hulu and Episode VII, Jack and the Three Blind Archers is probably one of the best episodes of the whole series. It's more fantasy than sci-fi, even when you factor in the robots, but it's an amazing short story and wonderfully executed.
Or Frankenstein. I don't think Frankenstein has been done yet even though it's on the list. Mary Shelley's writing has aged very well and the whole book is very poetic, both in language as well as the story as a whole.