Opinion

Space Force ain’t The Office heir you’ve been searching for

Tom Lehrer once said that “political satire became obsolete when Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.” Not only is this a sick Kissinger burn, but it also raises an excellent point: a key characteristic of satire is taking an idea that is worthy of mockery (at least in the eyes of the satirist… please don’t send me angry letters, Kissinger groupies) and, as the filmmakers who . . .

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