it does make me wonder about the series going forward if they're going to address it again. I mean Mike Tyson Mysteries obviously isn't a show that is dreadfully concerned with it's cannon but with elements like Deezy staying over because he has nowhere else to go being a constant thing this season seems like there's some attempt at least a bit of continuity.
Thus it feels like at some point they should have Richard/Pigeon reveal to Yung he's her father. I mean I doubt the whole dying thing will be brought up again but even like as a hook for a possible season 5 and said last second this should be addressed again. Especially as i kind of really don't like "oh character has obvious important secret from other character they're keeping mostly for their own selfish reason" though maybe based on the flashbacks for the first time ever Pigeon feels actually bad on how he treated Yung and doesn't want to deal how much he's disrespected his daughter for... like 3 and a half seasons. Plus at least the catch thing was sort of a nice way to end the episode.
"Let's Make A Deal" - I do like how this episode really shows how the main cast doesn't really have like any sort of chemistry in terms of back and forth conversational humor with one another. Not to say that this show isn't funny but it's really less the back and forth and seeing how they react or go on long rants to themselves and how those are cut into the story where the humor is which doesn't really work for a podcast esque show. And unlike say Family Guy who also had that as a point of the episode but milked it to the point of it not being funny this series plays with it for a minute before getting to the real point and yeah it being a mystery that winds up ending with Mike dying. Have to say i was surprised they did that consideirng that though this show doesn't have the strongest of canons it's not a ATHF type of series where you can just off a main character and just have them come back next week. I also admit that yeah due to last week's reveal I thought Pigeon's sacrifice would mean something (especially note when he makes it) but I do like the twist with Deezy which to be fair the whole podcast thing was his idea so him paying the consequences kind of makes sense plus you know it's not an instant death but a 30 years later sort of thing. I also like the idea the others were willing to make the sacrifice and though kind of expected like the whole "Marcus doesn't count because he's already dead." And I admit the bit of Marcus calling Pigeon a homophobe and Pigeon coping to it asking since when has that been a problem was pretty funny, probably the best laugh in this one outside of the demon creature trying to set up the deals.
"Pilot Error" - Honestly this IMHO would of just been a bit too mean spirited and random and just felt sour for the sake of sour if not for the whole twist ending. I don't know if it's one of those sort of things that makes the most sense looking back (even if it would explain a bit of why the guy isn't getting that mad at the Mystery team for taking his phone and seeming making things worse though you could argue that just being a facet of this show) but it just feels better to have a "we did this so we could be together" kind of ending then an "oh look at the ironic tragedy befallen by these actions of people dying" kind of ending this show has done a lot of. Which worked in the past as yeah it was a subversion of having these kind of standard or more minor problems that you wouldn't typically find in this sort of animated mystery show (at least the ones this show is mocking) getting turned on their head but yeah you can only play that card so many times before it gets old. So them going in another direction with it does actually work. Not really that memorable an epiosde otherwise (as honestly the episodes that involve the team and their problems specificially or finding out about them usually work more then the ones focused on the people being helped) but hey one part that makes something better is worth commending as well.
20 years ago today, Apple released Mac OS 9.2.2, the very last version of their classic operating system. It would be available on computers as late as mid-2003, whilst Mac OS X (now macOS) up to 10.4.11 had Classic Environment for computers released before the Intel switch in 2006.