Adam becomes a 40 year old woman, because he is fascinated by the CBS drama “The Good Wife”.  Jon and Adam venture into the woods of the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.  Jon recants his experiences in the Dave and Busters of Milwaukee and rants about the app Trivia Crack.  The guys also have their weekly Wrestling Talkdown, and discuss predictions for the Elimination Chamber PPV.
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Jon got a new phone and is not loving the new season of Game of Thrones. Watch him fly off on many tangents, that is why they call him.. well.. you know. Adam attempts to describe Jupiter Ascending in less than 20 seconds. The guys discuss the Witcher 3, American Sniper, and Steven Universe’s Attack the Light. Kevin Owens pop-up powerbombs most of the wrestling segment after the episode!

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We begin the episode with a Computergate 2015 update, and Jon is optimistic about his computorial futures. Adam chats about his playing of Pillars of Eternity. Discussion moves to the many deaths of Adam’s DnD Monks and Ninjunks, and the awesomeness of Good Old Games. Piracy sucks, but so do game companies. Re-release our favorite games please. (Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete). Then, Adam and Jon are sucked into a Marvel hole, where they discuss The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Marvel movies, and Marvel Comics. Marvel Unlimited is pretty danged awesome. Jon is knee Deep in the civil war, and Adam is excited for Sami Zayn on Monday Night Raw. Another awesome episode of NXT was on, and the guys speculate storylines for Payback and NXT Takeover.
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Jon and Adam are bursting at the seams with things to chat about. A Wheel of Time pilot was unceremoniously excreted onto FXX’s airwaves in the wee morning hours. Jon is a-ok with the robo-revolution in the upcoming “CHAPPiE”. Adam revisits some Robin William’s “classics” and Jon talks about “Bruno”. The guys also remark on Peter Molyneux’s bad week in the press, and Jon still hates Kickstarter. All that and reactions from NXT Takeover: Rival on this week’s edition of the Eighties cast.
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