Unfortunately, Curry was a guest shortly after the passing of icon and hero to many, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, who as almost everyone is aware was the first man to walk on the moon. Except that Curry when asked about Armstrong shared that he did not believe Armstrong landed on the moon and the truth, at least as concerned to Armstrong, died with him. Now, the episode was not slatted to be a debate on the alleged moon hoax, but it at least seemed to me that any appropriate tribute to Armstrong was derailed by Curry's ideas. What I found worse is that nobody challenged him other than to agree to disagree. A long winded debate need not ensue, but at least some appropriate indignation would have been nice. I cannot help but wonder if friend of skepticism and occasional TWiT guest Brian Brushwood would have been on the panel that he would have taken a bit more of a stand against conspiratorial nonsense.
The episode overall was fine, but this bit of a wet noodle beginning regarding the moon landing was disappointing.
-cross posted on The Underground Teapot.