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Even the coolest aspect of the episode—the insurance investigator's memory recall sequences piecing events together—is a rehash of tech we've already seen in numerous episodes.That said, not all Black Mirror episodes are created equal.As Charlie Brooker's brainchild migrated from the UK's Channel 4 for its first two shorter seasons to Netflix for two six-episode stints and its most recent three-episode run, the quality noticeably dipped.We stack up the best and worst entries of the sci-fi anthology series that envisions humanity’s bleak future in a tech-dominated world, including new season 5 episodes: ' Striking Vipers,' ' Smithereens,' and ' Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too.' We stack up the best and worst entries of the sci-fi anthology series that envisions humanity’s bleak future in a tech-dominated world, including new season 5 episodes: 'Striking Vipers,' 'Smithereens,' and 'Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too.' In many ways, Black Mirror is The Twilight Zone of this generation.While it doesn't enjoy the consistency or the longevity of Rod Serling's groundbreaking and iconic series, Black Mirror's best episodes hit on the technological anxieties and wonders of the 21st century to achieve a kind of sublime prescience.