In which Bri drives a Winnebago to DisneyQuest, Georgia tries to assassinate Steve via Canadian confections, and Mikah reveals his unusual beliefs about books.
Looking for some funny show description text here? Yeah, well. You don't always get what you want, do you? Sort of like America's goal to go on living if Trumpcare is passed. Ugh.
In which E3 has Bri lining up to buy a new Pokemon game, Mikah buying tickets to Japanese arcades, and Steve trying (and failing) to pronounce Mario's name correctly for a full hour.
No one should listen to this trainwreck of a WWDC show: Brianna gives you the full Brianna. Steve is happy(?), Mikah isn't down with Babadook pride, and Georgia is heterosexual.
In which we're thankful that there's no Siri Speaker yet to record evidence of Bri's Nerf rifle's inaugural outing.
In which Google ruins Bri's impending marital Nerf ambush by sharing photos automatically.
In which Mixed Feelings' Quinn Rose joins us to discuss sexism in VR, Bri's Star Wars recriminations, and other things that make us WannaCry.
In which cameras installed on outdoor advertisements bear witness to the inevitable conclusion of Bri's feud with the Nintendo Switch.
In which we resort to playing Puyo Puyo Tetris and lusting after new Microsoft laptops to temporarily distract us from the debacle that is Trumpcare.
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?