Loved the episode. Thanks for the section, yeso, it was real fun to see them mindguessing the prizes, too.
As for the episode, it’s curious, but I agree with what Brandon said during the episode about people not knowing to talk about why they liked what they liked. This is something that also happens with art. I feel that in the sense of the academia we are cursed, but luckily I think that what came during the DVD/BluRay era is coming up even if it’s a little thanks to podcasts and YouTube channels. Twitter also made some people post up videos about artists or creators talking about why they made what they made, but I feel like we need something further. In any case, I think that the other big issue (I don’t know if this is related to videogames, so) we need also to encourage questioning/probing/trolling/confusing people in order to question people for what they think, because creatively speaking (I think you said the same) sometimes our minds are the biggest prison to conceive what’s feasible instead of trying to be out of our minds (I remember Inio Asano having like a computer application in order to help him be inspired about scenarios he didn’t even think about in the first place, and I think we could try to do that more with people, to try to make them be more curious and less in their minds). Sorry, too much text, but, I hope I was able to express myself, since honestly it’s not my forte at all!