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In Memorium

Impulse Revisited of “In Memorium” starts with Zoe and Townes in an online game, delving into Townes’ need for order due to autism. The focus then turns to Henry, who can teleport, as she faces daily challenges. The story addresses a serious theme – a link between police and fentanyl, highlighting societal complexities. Althusser’s concept […]

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The Eagle And The Bee

Impulse’s Revised of “The Eagle and The Bee” unveils intriguing storylines. First, the proletariat revolution seems to be taking a leisurely stroll – though, shh, we wouldn’t want to upset the communist dreamers. Then, in a twist reminiscent of Abraham and Isaac, the Mennonite leader opts for a sacrificial approach to drugs, deviating a tad […]

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The Eagle And The Bee

Impulse’s Revisionism of “The Eagle and The Bee” intricately weaves a complex narrative, drawing on themes of sacrifice, identity, and the collision of contrasting worlds. From Nikolai’s life-or-death report to Henry’s exploration of her childhood home, each episode unfolds a layer of suspense, punctuated by the intersection of religion and communism. As we delve into […]

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The Warriors

“The Warriors” depicts a strange twisted dystopian future where gangs, driven by the sole focus on survival of the fittest, traverse a dangerous hostile world, as they grapple with the harsh reality that awaits them: death.

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Return of Count Yorga

Ah, the church and its adoration-worthy tax-exempt status over billions in property – because nothing says divine like amassing vast riches, right? It’s truly heartwarming to witness corporations churning out graven images, a direct violation of those pesky Ten Commandments. I mean, who needs to follow the whole “Thou shalt not make unto thee any […]

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Lucy Comes To Stay

Oh, isn’t it just the epitome of a heartwarming family reunion? I mean, who wouldn’t want to combine the joy of pills, the charm of patriarchy, and the cozy ambiance of asylums? It’s like a Hallmark movie script, starring Lucy and Barbara – the dynamic duo who, in their infinite wisdom, decide to handle family […]

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Millicent And Therese

Oh, what a captivating transformation we have here! One moment, you’re the epitome of a sizzling hot blonde, and the next, you’ve seamlessly morphed into a riveting bookworm, complete with bug bites for that extra touch of glamour. Who needs bug spray when you can showcase your multiple personalities, right? Beauty truly is in the […]

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Vitamors

“Vitamors,” the opening episode of Impulse Revisionism, delves into a labyrinth of interconnected issues gripping the lives of its characters. Henry grapples with her unique teleportation ability in isolation, juxtaposed against a world teeming with unnerving revelations. From a car dealership concealing a dark trafficking operation to the illicit use of mail forwarding for licenses, […]

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Vitamors

Impulse Revised’ episode “Vitamors” ventures into multiple compelling narratives, offering a tapestry of intriguing storylines. At its core, the episode unravels the complexities surrounding Henry, whose childhood trauma intertwines with her ability to teleport. Additionally, it sheds light on the unexpected involvement of Mennonites in the drug trade, while concurrently showcasing the strain on law […]

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Treading Water

Navigating the currents of Impulse Revisionism, we embark on several captivating narratives in the “Treading Water” episode. Students, oddly unaware of bombings or shootings, tread an unusual path. Henry grapples with the perplexities of teleportation, finding talk insufficient. Always three steps ahead of government authorities, Henry unravels mysteries. Witnessing the warp of space and time […]

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