We got nothing. So what is everyone watching?
Alan is watching Supergirl!
And he was on and off with Arrow.
Then we talk about some of the thing that were different in The Martian, comparing movie and book.
We complain a bit about the Hobbit being 3 movies. With added stuff from other books or completely new content all together.
Mike then explains the importance of Gimli and Legolas’ friendship.
He also liked Daredevil and is looking forward to more.
Also on Netflix, Mike and Alan are enjoying Sense 8.
Josh is a comedy guy, and other than that he only like the 2 most acclaimed television dramas to date.
Alan explains why Full Metal Alchemist is inferior to Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
Josh talks about his favourite comedies on Netflix (Canadian), starting with Black Books.
He also recommends, Come Fly With Me, a documentary style comedy by the guys that brought you Little Britain.
Dr. Who comes up. Josh is slowly watching it with his wife, and Alan is unsatisfied with the last episode he saw.
Josh talks about his time without internet, and how he watched 30 Rock again.
Then he complains the his Kinect is stupid pretty often.
Alan says the Adventure Time tangent, Stakes, is great.
And Mike and Alan are really enjoying One Punch Man.
If you don’t know, we talk about how hilarious it is.
Josh ties a One Punch Man scene to old Namek saga Dragon Ball Z.
And we will all watch Dragonball Super, once it is fully dubbed.
Josh has a moment and confuses Big Gete with Bene Gesserit.
Josh has a little Dune/Fallout fun fact.
So we end up talking about Dune for a bit.
Josh introduces everyone to Dick Harding, host of ButtCast.
And you should google “Dune Donkey Stomping Comic”. Its on a webcomic called Steak Smoothie.
And mike breaks that Firefly is getting a Netflix mini series.
Josh is not a fan of the Firefly.
Han Solo… but Goofy.
Advent Children, swords and zippers, no chocolate.
Josh has a Christmas spoiler for his sister.
He is also not responsible with the money.
Josh has a problem with a variety of user interfaces on various platforms.
First of all Xbox One, the New Experience is garbage.
Josh does like ONE thing with the new layout.
Mike is ostracized for trying to talk on games by other players.
Alan says that PS4 isn’t any better.
Josh and Alan download all the free games that are given to them.
Assassins Creed Black Flag best on the WiiU?
New 3DS XL are cheaper now its close to the holidays.
Alan hasn’t charged his 3DS and Mike knows that would happen to any handheld he buys.
Josh brings up Alan’s old complaint about any website with a log in.
We blend into talking about being old. Oh brother.
I am making a conscious decision to not post those video links. Live in mystery!
Then Josh talks about YouTube UI.
Alan bring up the pain of editing yourself gaming.
Josh seems to have a lot of problems with YouTube, 1st world problems.
And YouTube seemingly fixed some of his problems already.
Alan talks about Apple making their apps look like Android on Android, and Google making apps looking like Android on iOS.
Josh asks iPhone users about their phone experience.
Alan really likes the upgrade iPhone has recently with the 3D touch.
Mikes iPhone got a bit of a bend to it.
Alan talks about testers abusing an iPhone 6.
Josh learns what radio lines are.
Then he gives props to Nova Launcher for making his Android experience great.
Alan uses it on his work phone, which is a droid.
Mike jumped iPhones from 3GS to a 6.
Alan tells us about the insane resolution on the new iPad.
Alan thinks his Apple watch does what he needs it to do.
Josh talks about his future smart watch.
Our technologies are listening to us!
Josh is quite happy about the consistent release schedule.
Alan is shocked how much advertising on Daring Fireball is.
Then Josh brings up Game Grumps, then it comes around to Egoraptors old work.
And Josh brings it back around to the UI of the old peer-to-peer sharing program called WinMX.
Downloading music used to be so risky.
Jen is still around, so we are talking with him!
Pachinko starts off the podcast, then Alan tells us a bit of how he acted while he visited Japan.
He used the technique called Gaijin Smash.
Josh talks about his obsession with AK-Bingo.
Alan talks about the horrible Arkham Knight update to PC.
Josh doesn’t know what voxel is and calls it vexel. And thinks its pixels.
That sparks a whole pixel conversation.
Alan brings up that Candy Crush was bought for billions of dollars.
Then we discuss whales, and why mobile games hunt them.
Josh talks about a free game he downloaded. Pay wall killed it for him.
Then he talks about Idle Games.
Jen thought he meant Idol Games. Like pop groups.
Then Jen talks about someone making a physical Hearthstone deck, and research shows he meant to say it was someone in China that made it.
Then Jen bring up Yu-Gi-Oh, and Josh gets mad and tells a story.
Alan shares some silly things about the Magic the Gathering TCG.
And it falls into a Yu-Gi-Oh filled episode.
And it seems Jen and the guys both can’t stand the pro elite card game duelists.
Then we talk about how crazy the ‘Season 0’ really is.
With strange anime based on games, we talk about Beyblade.
And good ol’ Dragonball Z takes the spotlight.
Gundam Wing recycles scenes to make more content.
Mike watched a different variety of anime than what we watched on YTV.
And we talk about all the mecha anime.
Josh asks if anyone has a favourite Manga that made a terrible Anime.
Josh is sad they dropped the ball on Hyper Police.
Mike brings us that european dubs can be far worse.
Alan brings it back to DBZ.
Josh tells a story of Dragonball GT, maybe its true?
Frieza has a cool metal song written about him.
Josh tells about other cool metal songs in DBZ dubs, with Mike’s help.
Then Josh continues into talking about Baybymetal.
The we all talk about random stuff leading into a discussion about Japanese customs.

We sit down with Jen.
FYI: After the 50 minute mark it bits a bit dark.
If you listened to the Live Halo 5 episode, he was on near the end. And he came back for more microphone action.

He won the Elite controller. It’s dang expensive.
The guys talk pro gaming strategies.

Divian, the organizer for the Halo 5 event, still hasn’t added us on Xbox live.
Josh is lazy and yells at his Xbox to make it play the Netflix.
Jen is trying to form a team of Rocket Leaguers, or whatever they’re called.

Mike tells us how his Chief armour disintegrated during the Halo 5 event.
The cosplayers of jealous of the cosplayers with workshops.

Jen makes his cosplay with foam. He’s a part of the Knights of Cos.
He and Mike, highly recommend the books on foam armour by Bill Doran.
And he’s looking into making an armour dummy.

The guys hatch a plan inspired by Home Alone for Mike to do.
And then it will destroy Geralds life.

Josh talks One Punch Man with Jen.
The mole men seemed to be Saitama’s only challenge.
Then Josh gives an explanation of this crazy show.

Jen asks the guy’s, if we had our own finishing move, what would it be?
Instead of answering, Josh tries to coyote ugly the question.
They stick Josh with the Horrible Segway finishing move.

Jen started his cosplay adventure with an Attack on Titan costume.
Then he and Mike talk the hours of working with foam.
Then he plugs the youtube video of a Raiden cosplayer we met at CCEE.
We share tales of silly cosplayers.

Josh is wrong about the flash movie he is talking about.
He means Spazkid. Sparked has the video called Egorapture. And that is what he is talking about.
Then he tells the tale of Newgrounds. A magical place.

Then we talk about new YouTube algorithms.

Seemingly mandatory Star Wars talk.
Briefly about The Force Awakens.
Then Alan goes through the theory of Jar Jar Binks being the Phantom Menace.

Then Jen asks some Star Wars universe questions.
Which we are all nerdy enough to answer.

Halo talk gets blended into Star Wars through a Mass Effect segway.
So much sic-fi.

Josh ruins it with instagram.

Mike’s finishing move is Halo Talk. Talking people to death.
Alan’s is a blunt I Don’t Care about this.

Josh gets a bit of Gundam Battle Assault 2 into it.
Josh was sick of Heero’s lame catchphrase.
The suit Jen may be talking about is Acguy. An amphibious mobile suit.
Mike would run out of ammo as Heavy Arms.
And the guys get all explainey about the Gundams.
Josh remembers the name of Gundam: Encounters in Space.

Jen loves him some Ape Escape.
Josh is sad he missed out of the franchise.
We mention Yokai Watch, a franchise that beat out Pokemon.
And talk about how some American franchises are really big in Japan. Like Mickey Mouse and Peanuts.

Then Alan talks about the things he noticed while visiting Japan.
Walking and drinking is considered rude.

Jen talks about how at home in Malaysia, they eat every/anything.
Torpedo soup.

Then Josh gets dark.
And the whole podcast gets a bit nasty.
And Jen talks about monkey brain.

Mike says his puns are a syndrome.
Based on a guy getting brain surgery and spinning sick puns.

Jen is got sucked by the false ending.

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