Does the world have you feeling down, with Twitter verification FUBAR, burkinis banned on French beaches, and neighborhood community sites used for racial profiling? Don't worry, dinosaur pants are here to the rescue. FTFY!
Brianna has a vivid analogy we can’t get into because we’re a FAMILY SHOW, Georgia wants to kill things using temporary tattoos, Mikah wants to nuke comments from orbit (just to be sure), and Steve is an iron-fisted patriarch. AGAIN.
With Mikah off fighting crime, Bri debates between Soylent and buffalo wings to fuel her No Man’s Sky marathon, Snapchat’s latest terrible decision validates Steve’s refusal to sign up, and Georgia solves all the world’s problems.
In which Bri saves budding game designers $100K, Mikah patiently explains why Apple can't create emoji, Georgia reminds us repeatedly why Canada is the greatest nation on earth, and Steve finally goes full black hat with his image searching skills.
Georgia's grief that Sesame Street actors were let go exposes her as an Elmo fan, prompting Bri to defend Cookie Monster's honor, while Steve pines for the days of sausage styluses and Mikah tries to come to terms with his new nickname.
Georgia is gone. Georgia is definitely on this episode. Bri makes it weird discussing Apple Music, Steve classifies stuff and gets made fun of, and even Mikah is mad about the election.
In which Mikah tries to explain why he's OK if Pokemon Go ends up using False Swipe on his personal data.
(It's not very effective.)
Countdown to Bri stealing Steve's toaster! Georgia’s zombie playlist stardom is thwarted by Apple Music, then Mikah gets serious with the wave of police violence in America.
How will Apple buying Tidal and brushing up on 90s music prepare you for a zombie apocalypse?
It's time to talk about VR's true cost of ownership, like a new house. Luckily, Georgia has a timeshare to sell you.