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For when an iteration of a franchise is very good on its own, but isn't as enjoyable as it should be due to coming after a stellar iteration. Named after the third-to-last episode of Breaking Bad, Ozymandias, which is universally considered to be one of the best episodes on TV, causing the next two episodes to pale in comparison.
"I should have liked that episode more than I did. There wasn't anything wrong with it, but it just wasn't as good as last week's episode."
"Sounds to me like the episode suffers from Ozymandias Syndrome."
by marikazemus February 09, 2014
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