Jon recreates his twitter account into something beautiful. TJ discusses the great movie robots, and Matt finds a new podcast to like, and a new town for Jon to live in.
Broken glass covered floors, clean meat covered robots, loot boxes oh my! Welcome our flesh covered metallic overlords.
The Nintendo Switch came out, and because the game cards specifically have some sort of bittering agent on them, we absolutely had to lick them. And then lick everything.. Joycon to Joycon. This podcast is banned in 37 countries. Robots will care for us when we are old, McDonald’s says “Fuck it”, and so much more.
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 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.
Apparently all robots hate Jews. Adam wants a prehensile tail, while Jon could go for a genetically engineered tentacle in the center of his chest. Adam decides that in the awesome future, he will have a clone body, and Jon will become a kick ass robot. Turns out that Robo-jesus is kind of a dick, and Adam will stop at nothing to crush Jon’s Un-crushable robot frame. Gamma Rays flood the podcasting room and Jon and Adam are able to choose their own super-powers. Jon is a bit sinister with his super-powered aspirations. Turns out that Adam is more racist than a robot. Drunk men are very bad at robbing banks, they should just pass out in their cars. What is the proper way to throw a small child over a pool of lava? Adam and Jon take a walk around the wild world of accents, and Adam shows his insides to little kids.