An amazing overview of my favorite show of all time.

Cowboy Bebop,

A Japanese animation with 24 episodes and 1 movie, that I first saw as a kid. It quickly became immortalized within my heart upon viewing the final frame of the final episode. In the moment of the "protagonists" death a message is left for the viewer.  Against a black screen in white letters, instead of "to be continued..." It says simply, "You're gonna carry that weight.

I've tried to explain how important this show is to me in the past with friends, and even family. I simply lacked the words to do it justice. However someone has accomplished what I never could. I would like to share that here and now.

Cowboy Bebop- The meaning of nothing

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Comment by BenGee on February 21, 2017 at 9:53am

Hehe, not really just normal animation.

Comment by John Elder on February 21, 2017 at 5:09am

Just like that old Claymation "Davy and Goliath" show from the 50-60s? Damn but that thing was creepy!

Comment by BenGee on February 20, 2017 at 10:29pm

Hehe Nice Michael

Comment by Michael Penn on February 20, 2017 at 9:17pm

BenGee, I've heard of this show and never watched it. Maybe I should give it a try.

When I was younger there was "Johnny Soko and his Giant Flying Robot." That kept the kids busy for  while. It also gives me ideas. The way the Christians are moving into things these days how about "Johnny Soko and his Giant Flying Jesus." Johnny can fly on Jesus' back just like he did on the robot and they can right some wrongs and give moral lessons in every show.

I'll bet the religious would love it!

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