From an affirmation of the joy of taking a long pee to the phenomenon of LEGO shaming, this episode is chock full of stuff that’ll make you go wowee, egads or maybe even gadzooks.
Perpetual nerd girl and fanfiction enthusiast Keeley Sheehan is back on the show to tell us why “The Hunger Games” isn’t just for people who devoured the books, and why offscreen violence in films is often more effective.
And if you liked our spontaneous approximation of the Sonic the Hedgehog drowning music from the last show, you’ll really love it when we break out into not one, but two different ’90s dittys in this one.
Ren finally addresses those pesky electronic cigarettes in Noun Shout (nobody else is doing it!) and Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch returns to close out the show. It’s Everything (Abridged).
This show is probably not safe for work.
Links for this episode:
- 10 O’Clock Live, another British series recommended by our all-American hunk
- Julia Nunes, possibly the cutest thing in this world with a ukelele
- Towns, a new game that puts you in the role of, well, a town.
- Dead Heat. The ’80s are dead. Long live the ’80s.
Stuff we talked about:
- LEGO Friends: LEGOs for girls
- Nickelodeon’s GUTS: Do do do do you have it?
- Legends of the Hidden Temple: Watch out for the trees
- Moira Quirk doing standup. Mo!
- Google’s new use for the annoying background noise during a phone call
- NASA uses its time away from space flight to learn how to create supernovas
- The high-tech eraser: a green laser that erases printer ink
- Sex, showers and alcohol: We give it all up for five more minutes on Facebook
- Director James Cameron visits the deepest part of the ocean
- The Silent Wonder Years
- Lego LOTR: One set of LEGOs to rule them all
- Legoland Florida: Not creepy for us to go together?
- The jerk nerds at UB Memes
- Crossfire: the Hunger Games of the 1980s
- A directory of obstacles on Family Double Dare (I shit thee not)
- Kevin Rose on Google+
- Ice on Mercury
- Contribution to our parents’ adolescent sank bank
- Ashton Kutcher in spaaaaaaaace
- James Cameron in waaaaater
- Ed Miliband, a total nerd