Since an AI writing Scrubs scripts is clearly ushering in the end of civilization, we decide to spend all our cash on loot boxes. (It seemed like a good plan at the time.)
In which we long for a buggy Google Home Mini in the Facebook office, in the hopes it would surreptitiously record the meeting that left us with VR cartoon avatars in Puerto Rico.
In which we look to Star Trek's future to be our unicorn chaser after reading the expose on Breitbart and white nationalism.
In which we figure out the best web sites to mine for cryptocurrency so we can afford the plane tickets for our dogs.
The internet's Jessica Dennis is back to call out Bri for bailing on her Apple Watch, while Mikah and Georgia try to figure out how to hold secret grudges with one another.
We're here just in time to help you decide which new Apple products to buy with the proceeds from your lawsuits against Equifax.
In which R2D2 arrives at Georgia's house, with the secret plans for Disney's new streaming service. (Just don't tell her children.)
We reject the new VR dating show because of its embarrassing lack of Borg integration, shark drones, and coconut related fatalities. (But the new Star Wars toys are pretty cool.)
This week, we take a tour of all the horrors of the internet, where we drive an Apple designed car while wearing an internet connected shock bracelet, and decide whether we'd rather be murdered by AI robots or live in the stomach of Yoshi.
Who wants to discuss American Nazis? Not us, but we’ll do it anyway. Also, speaking of abominations - we cover pop rocks burritos.