In which guest Tanya DePass visits the Disruption holiday party, which inevitably leads to the gadget apocalypse.
Sorry, not sorry.
In which guest Braydon Beaulieu joins us to marvel at smoking toxic hellstew that Reddit has been and continues to be, and threaten to play Nickelback at the people accusing No Man's Sky of false advertising.
In which we're joined by sci-fi legend and space dinosaur enthusiast Frank Wu to discuss Kanye West's recent struggles. But can he survive Bri's pop quiz?
We spend Bri's last episode before vocal surgery the only way we possibly could - with a Brijacked rip-off of, er, homage to Mario Party.
In which we discuss the US election, and what to do next.
In which we turn to VR therapy to help us conquer the fear of quitting our jobs to become professional eSports players.
In which we celebrate Halloween by discussing things that scare us, like horror movies, the new MacBook Pros, and the possibility of switching to Windows.
In which the only thing more contentious than our opinions about the Nintendo Switch’s prospects are Mikah’s Switch-related dad jokes.
It's time to talk about Trump. Again. But not before running each other off the road and humping out of tall buildings. (In video games, sheesh. What did you think we meant?)
In which we welcome Oculus and Google into our homes with varying degrees of open arms, and then figure out which fantasy worlds we'd like to escape to once they inevitably take over.