In this episode of Boku No Stop! we discuss episodes 9-10 of The Woman Called Fujiko Mine.
Content warnings: weird rituals with a kid, literal objectification, suicidal ideation, suicide, animal testing, HUMAN testing, and questionable mouth stuff with a snake
This week: technically every character is in an episode now! And just in time for the show to get fucking weird for the rest of its run. Did you think it was psychedelic before? Wait until we start having full-on drug trip episodes.
- If, like Matt, you don't know Peter Gabriel's excellent Shock the Monkey, please remedy this. Video's great, too.
- There is a casual namedrop of Unit 731 in the middle of episode 10, and if you're unaware of this, a) be aware it's very upsetting WWII war crimes, and b) an excellent "in brief" on the topic composes the first segment of this Ghost Stories for the End of the World episode. This is some advanced-level upsetting content and it's all real, be warned.