What do we do for our 200th episode? Same as the other 199. We talk real estate, Oculus Quest, and throwing up on the Intrepid.
In what order would Trump need to fight the current 2020 democratic candidates in a game of Punch Out? We spend ~45 minutes answering that question.
We talk R. Kelly, Michael Jackson, and, arguably the worst of them all, Sonic the Hedgehog.
John saw A Star is Born, we talk a bit about the Oscars, and then spend a lot of time talking about the now-ceased-to-be-produced Playstation Vita.
Chad and Holden of Respawn Aim Fire, join me (Jay) in John’s absence to talk a lot about video games, social media lurking, and, of course, Aquaman.
Which senses would you give up first? What would you do if you were locked in your apartment? Should Megyn Kelly have been fired? Give it a listen to find out!
Brittany is back to review the off-beat Senran Kagura Reflexions (not a typo), a game that has you groping and “massaging” a ninja girl. Yup, it’s real.
A smattering of topics this week: we follow up on the “are you Jewish?” people, talk originality in entertainment, the downfall of Telltale Games, and Beyonce’s (alleged) witchcraft.
We go off the rails talking about Jewish customs, shooting someone in their own house, and how many commandments Trump has broken.
Two big stories to unpack this week: an adulterer’s sidepiece owes over $8 million to her husband and parents are hiring video game coaches for their kids.