In this week's episode; Jimmy, Jason and Jessica answer the age-old question - what froots your loop? They also discuss a variety of treats, ranging from sweet cookie-based cereal to fickle macaroons; the internet, from cyber-bullying to passwords; and lastly they review Wonder Woman (Spoiler Warning). enjoy!
117 – Glorifying Violence?
We are back from our little hiatus to discuss the most important topics of this day and age. This week's topics revolve around videos games and superheroes. We first discuss Jason's recent trip to the National Videogame Museum located in Frisco, TX. This got us talking about the debate over video games possibly causing real world violence. Lastly we give our spoiler-filled review of X-Men: Apocalypse.
109 – Insert Bribe Here
Jimmy and Jason get together and discuss the biggest news stories of the last week. This episode’s topics: Easter, Microsoft’s AI Chatbot Tay, AlphaGo beating Lee Sedol in Go, Domino’s new autonomous delivery robot, our idea of a robot-filled future, and lastly we discuss the initial mixed reviews of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
77 – Is This the Real Life?
This week’s nerdy topics: Dragon Ball Z Resurrection F, the scandalous independent game “Journey of the Light”, the DOTA 2 International Championship, Time magazine’s Virtual Reality cover, Microsoft’s Hololens, and the newest Deadpool trailer. Patrick was unfortunately not feeling too well so Jimmy, Fisher, and Jason had to soldier on without him.
70 – We Need More T-3
In this week’s episode, Jimmy and Fisher discuss some of the announcements they are excited about from this year’s E3 including the Final Fantasy 7 remake, Mass Effect 4 Andromeda, Fallout 4, backwards compatibility for Xbox One, the South Park superhero RPG The Fractured But Whole, and other gaming tangents. Lastly, they give their reviews and spoil … Continue reading 70 – We Need More T-3
49 – Step Three: Profit!
In this week’s episode Patrick and Jimmy discuss a random selection of recent news stories including but not limited to Prank Glitter Bombs, 3D-printed Cars, Microsoft Hololens, Drug Carrying Drones, the Doomsday Clock moving, and everything in between.