Joshua tries to make a funny observation, but the conversation devolves into Corbin grasping at straws to cash in on a bloated anime meme, then sits in the corner as Joshua and Geronimo ponder aimlessly over new Fire Emblem mechanics and fiction's fixation with cousin-based incest. Music by Joshua.
Corbin finds a purpose in life through a Runescape membership, to Geronimo's dismay and Joshua's support- the era of peace is brought to an abrupt halt, however, when Ben Shapiro breaks into Joshua's apartment with the intention of engaging in debate. Shaken up by the trauma of the invasion, the trio examines their social lives in the midst of the blossoming but likely ill-fated marriages of their peers, culminating in Corbin's decision to lead a life of celibacy. Joshua holds out due to the...
Joshua finally digs his way to freedom after being trapped for six months in a hole he accidentally fell into, only to find that he’s been replaced by a racist ethereal being from dimensions beyond our comprehension. As Corbin, Geronimo, and “Paul” discuss MORE upcoming Marvel movies and the Kyoto Animation fire, Joshua fights desperately to preserve the integrity of the show. Donate to victims of Kyoto Animation attack:...
In the wake of Michael Jackson's death, Corbin, Geronimo, and Joshua come together to discuss Corbin's time in Japan studying abroad, Joshua's education crumbling marriage, and Geronimo's time at Anime Expo playing the Kingdom Hearts III demo. Also discussed are Corbin's dream about being murdered by Neil Degrasse Tyson, Geronimo's budding stock market. Music and sound effects by Joshua.
It's a brand new and shiny episode after a not-so-short break! In this episode, Geronimo gushes about persona 5, Joshua fails to move on from 13 Reasons Why, and Corbin remembers the good old days of Minecraft. We also discuss PC ports of console games, the new Nightwing and Batgirl movies, James Comey, and zombie-survival games. P.S: Sorry about the audio quality this episode. Local recording corrupted, so we needed to use backup recording.
Brought to you by white ambiguously racist rappers, Geronimo admits that he accidentally ingested his copy of Persona 5 while delirious from eating an extra Flinstones vitamin. That doesn't stop him from talking about his favorite 2D girlfriend JRPG series, though, an interest that Joshua accepts due to Corbin's vow of silence giving him no choice. Also of interest is the season 2 premiere of Sword Art Online x The Walking Dead: Attack on Titan, full of fun stuff like mom consumption and...
Despite the new Mass Effect's legion of undead , there have been some great games this year, and there are more to come. Joshua mentions this while blinking back tears as Geronimo brags about how he works not because he NEEDS to, but because he WANTS to. Corbin is distraught over being unable to sell his blood, but they all bond over just how good Breath of the Wild is, which only Joshua has put a lot of time into.
With the Nintendo Switch looming on the horizon, a strange new outlook overtakes Geronimo, Joshua, Corbin, and Luke- one of disappointment and decay. Don't even listen to this. It doesn't matter that they talk about Mass Effect. It doesn't matter that they talk about the Batman movie's directorial woes. It's the worst content ever. Just don't waste your time.
In this episode, the Samurai Jack trailer cures all illnesses, Joshua is placed under intense government surveillance while facing charges of Gameboy Advance ROM downloading, and some strangers inspired by the dour case cram a Bible into a top-loader NES and show off their creation to the world, dubbing it the "Retroblox."
In the wake of the death of Christmas, Geronimo, Corbin, and Joshua discuss the Nintendo Switch, Saving Private Jar Jar, and the affair that destroyed Donkey Kong's life. Joshua is temporarily warped into subspace, where he learns that sometimes things are okay and not completely terrible.
Jason and Joshua become a horrific amalgamate machination that speaks through a Captain D's drive-thru microphone as a result of their tampering with alchemy, Blake talks about Overwatch, and little Blake is pleased with his anime recommendations. Geronimo fights to distinguish himself from the PLEBS
Geronimo, Jason, Joshua, and Nick spend time talking about Fallout 4, Battlefront, and Mass Effect: Andromeda. But as is the Scattered Afterthoughts way, the quartet spend most of the time debating the purpose of Taco Bell and exploring romance in video games. Of course, the crew wouldn't dream of losing a chance to talk about chassis, or knickers for that matter. So sit back, relax, and try to keep up.
Join Geronimo, Corbin, Jason, and Joshua as they embark on a magical journey to a land about Christmas. On the way there, however, games and recently released movies are discussed.Music by Kevin MacLeod