Season Ten, episode two of Doctor Who
This episode is so my speed in life.
It basically deals with how corporate wants us to smile all the time as though nothing bad is ever happening.
What if I do not want to smile? False smiles do not equate to happiness, after all.
Personally, I would rather not smile than to smile unnecessarily.
Quote from the show: The Doctor, "You can't offend a machine."
The newest, though not in reference to post industrial evolution, scariest thing:
Oh, there's his screwdriver.
Another quote: The Doctor, "All traps are beautiful, that's how they work."
The conclusion is that corporate does not know how to properly deal with the real concept of grief. Thus, they recommend burying it beneath false smiles, false happiness.
Another instance shown where guns do not help the situation, but instead make it worse.
Another quote: The Doctor, "You know why I always win at chess? I have a secret move. I kick over the board."
Overall, brilliant freaking episode.