Caution! Listening to this weekly show about technology and culture may cause the following symptoms: uncontrollable laughter, onset confusion, chronic empathy, and heightened awareness. Listen at your own risk! Hosted by Brianna Wu, Georgia Dow, Steve Lubitz, and Mikah Sargent.
Game Over: Thank You For Playing
So long, and thanks for all the pandas.
You're Protecting the Bumper
After Batterygate brings us to the realization that Apple is the corporate equivalent of a woman in tech, we try to distract ourselves with Switch games before making an announcement about the show.
With Georgia unable to work her new house and Bri's car in the shop, we look at other things that broke this week, like net neutrality and Patreon.
With more disturbing stories from Congress and Facebook opening up their platform to six year olds, we decide we'd be better off just letting Bri run all the industries.
Brianna's Bargain Basement Therapy
Bri suffers through Justice League in the name of marital balance, Steve tries to justify paying for a Street Fighter Transformer, and Georgia copes with her new reality of his and hers VR rooms.
This Turns The Safety Features Off
With Georgia off moving into her personal Holodeck, Bri drives Steve around town in her new car to talk about video games at high speed.
A Brutal Copy And Paste
Have the host ever listened to Bionic or Bonanza. Have they? Have they? This is a brutal copy and paste of that podcast.
To be clear, you should not stop because I get this podcast much more often than the other one. I am simply ordering Bri to give Steve an ad for North Korean missiles whilst ordering Georgia to pick up her socks whilst telling Matt Alexander that he must die.
P.S This was a great effort to write because I listen in Overcast so I expect to be included in the group you save after Georgia's robot apocalypse or I will start my own apocalypse by not driving a Tesla to save the planet.
P.P.S I have also recommended your podcast in Overcast
P.P.P.S I am told at the start of each episode that Georgia is not my therapist. You are right. Bri is my comedic therapist.
P.P.P.P.S On a serious note, if you need therapy, this podcast isn't the best place for you to get it. Please seek a personal therapist.
P.P.P.P.P.P.S Is Georgia's client list entirely made up of the childhood friends she terrified in preparation for her future career.
P.P.P.P.P.P.P.S Pop quiz!
Georgia, when was iMore founded and what was its original name?
Georgia, when did the original iMac come out?
Georgia, why are you still reading this. Get on with recording the show because I NEED IT!!!!!!!!!
Kind Regards (Oops, I said that already. To many postscripts)
P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.S I should have just included all these postscripts in the main review, shouldn't I?
P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.S I have change this review after listening to the last podcast and deciding that I am indecisive.
P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.S Or am I? I'm not really sure. What do you think?
P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.P.S The above comment was not addressed to Brianna. I need to be uplifted.
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