I recently stumbled upon the television programme Stitchers, in which an autistic woman, who also has a fictional condition called "temporal dysplasia" that means she cannot perceive the passing of time, is recruited by a clandestine government agency to be mind-linked to the memories of recently dead bodies to solve crimes. And I realised there's no room left for parody.
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