Adam Jay-walks through a wonderful world. Jon is fascinated by the awful ending of the movie AI, and is addicted to Clicker Heroes. Adam and Jon are lukewarm on the Muppets, Adam loves Scream Queens, and Amhorstor (American Horror Story). Lil Adam Horner sits in a corner, putting his thumb in a … pie? Jon discusses horrifying sex injuries, and we ‘tant you for next week.
Adam is not a communist, though he theoretically partakes like one. You know. Jon rants about youtube personalities and the high art of Gilbert and Sullivan performances. Jon and Adam both try their hand at being super spies in the superb Metal Gear Solid 5. Can Adam survive his car crashing into the water? Listen in this week to find out.
Adam’s body is certainly something. Jon’s heart is TRULY filled with the sound of music, but he very much lives off of the pain of others. Jon and Adam reminisce about animated movies of their childhoods, both Disney and Don- Bluthian. Jon recommends Rick and Morty, and both of the hosts wish that Mike Meyers could do more stuff. The dudes learn about the rules for Road Runner cartoons, and Jon thinks that Tom and Jerry SHOULD NEVER TALK.
Adam attempts to remain off of the grid, Jon drives in to see TOO MANY MOVIES, and is underwhelmed by the Anted-man. Jon and Adam talk about horrendous table-top gaming sessions from hell. Who would have thought that some gaming nerds might end up being a little quirky?
Adam is Mr. late night, and he is beginning the year of Adam. Jon is unable to get Windows 10 on his PC, but that doesn’t make a bit of difference guys, because the fall of video games 2015 is beginning right now! Notch, of minecraft fame, is very sad, and very rich. Don’t get your chicken from Sweet Sue’s.
Jon has moved to his new apartment, gotten his computer repaired successfully, and now is the proud owner of cable TV and DVR. Adam attended a drive in movie, and saw the best movie ever, Fantastic 4. Jon loves PLEX and moving his DVDs into the digital age, and continues to harp on Star Citizen, and Adam allows Jon to nap for FAR too long.
Jon recants his trip to Chicago, blows Adam’s mind with meal prices, and complains about tourists. Adam says something about fusion reactors. Jon is recording his last episode in the shit-partment, and dreads moving all of his garbage to a new place. Adam is not down with the owl-headed Demon Andras.
Adam is living with a dangerous piece of equipment. Jon has some strong takes on Orange is the New Black season 3, and isn’t a big fan of the backlash about Ready Player One going on right now. Jon breaks out the old media during his move to a new apartment, and he has an update on computergate 2015. Adam discusses his new minecraft server, and Jon gets hooked back in on the old dragon again.
Adam has a doozy of a pickle with his internet problems. Meanwhile, robots are passing logic tests, and Adam is playing PS4 fighting games with a second controller. Jon talks playing Borderlands 2 and being the literal lifeline for someone who has crash landed on an alien moon. All that and plenty of Jon cheating with the turbo button on the controller in this week’s episode of Born in the Eighties.
Don’t duel with Miyamoto Musashi. That is a no-brainer. Jon and Adam talk down Rock Paper Shotgun’s top 50 PC RPGs, Jon talks proper veggie techniques, and Adam’s giant melon head has destroyed another pair of headphones, but at least he is having groceries delivered to his door! Also, Jon has a weird laugh in this episode.