Not even Travy K's very bad day at Uber or Mikah's secret double life as a spy can distract us from getting down to the most important question of the day: Exactly how many augurs does your juicer need?
In which our only respite from a dystopian future of racist AI and disappearing tech jobs is the siren's song of the Unicorn Frappuccino.
Georgia's back just in time to smuggle Nerf weapons across the border for Bri, judge Steve's taste in fast food, and counsel Mikah through his existential crisis brought on by a terrible Burger King ad.
In which the Internet's Jessica Dennis joins us to convince Mikah that a magic internet connected wristband could finally help him learn to love Disney World, creepy robots and all.
Georgia learns why Twitter's default avatar is an egg just in time, Mikah finds a phone made just for him, and Bri tells Steve just enough about Mass Effect: Andromeda to send him back to Hearthstone.
It's our 50th episode, just in time for ISPs to start selling our secrets, which has Steve photoshopping Hearthstone wins, Bri scrubbing Switch searches from her Amazon account, Mikah putting faith in snow ninjas, and Georgia literally hiding in a closet.
In which Bri hacks her car, Mikah hacks his house, and Steve and Georgia plan the saddest rave ever.
We start discussing universal basic income to prepare for the day that the robots take over. (Hopefully Nintendo isn't supplying the hardware.)
As Brianna’s campaign defends against a phony scandal perpetuated by right-wing news, Georgia tries to resolve the very real issue of Steve hating on the Nintendo Switch, while Mikah defends eating in the shower with diagrams.
Steve and Bri innovate the FRAK out of bad Trump news with a complaining contest, Georgia's plans to buy a Hummer are decimated like the environment, and Mikah gets excited about younger, sexier planets.