Black Mirror is one of the most discussed Netflix shows as of late, partly because the ideas behind it are mind boggling but also kind of possible.
Often times watching a series as such can lead to further "what ifs" on the subject matter. This morning a Twitter user asked for people to pitch their ideas on other possible episodes and the results were pretty cool.
People began to send in their pitches for the next series episodes and fair play to them for fitting the pitch into 140 characters.
Black Mirror idea: Future of Tinder for people who want kids. You give the app your DNA, then swipe left or right on realistic generated photos of the kids it knows you would make with the other users. Freaky!
— wyatt tall (@comfortfood) December 30, 2017
Black Mirror Episode Pitch: It’s called ‘Piña Colada’. A person in a warzone/apocalyptic landscape tries to survive. Statistics keep flashing up, what they have left behind (girlfriend, home, etc.) keep flashing up to spur them on. But what are revealed as real memories are
— katrina ???? (@matthewcrxwley) December 31, 2017
#BlackMirror episode pitch: you can upload your consciousness to every tech piece you own. However, since it’s conscious, it begins to want to have a life of its own and yearns to be free from being trapped inside a piece of tech (1/2)
— Jorge Hernández Jr. (@HernandezJ49) December 31, 2017
Though some freakishly brilliant ideas were put forward there was also a lot of time for banter. We couldn't help but giggle at a few of these.
New bad idea for Black Mirror episode:
Man gets blackmailed, then hunted down by a murderous GIF he created to digitally communicate with his dead sister, who in an ironic twist, turns out to be Siri.
— Erik Brans (@erikbransteen) December 30, 2017
Terrifying #BlackMirror episode idea: a self-driving car that doesn’t let you change the satellite radio from the Country music channel.
— Justin Staggs (@Staggfilms) December 30, 2017
Latest Black Mirror Pitch: An episode about watching a Black Mirror episode with a family member when your home for the holidays and having to explain it to them because they keep asking questions.
— Neo????Urbanism (@Protagonist45) December 29, 2017
Ahhh Twitter, we love you so.
Have you got any crazy suggestions for a Black Mirror episode?