It’s our 100th episode! Jason is joined at MomoCon by puppeteer Beau Brown of The Puckin’ Fuppet Show, and actor Mark Meer of Mass Effect and Versus Valerie. Topics include playing Salvador Dalí for 50 hours, who wore the Statue of Liberty better, and who’s the real monster.
In this episode, we discuss whether it’s better to have a robot butler that gives honest feedback, or gives you compliments. Everyone envisions a world in which they didn’t have to wait for the New York Times app to open. The game “Brett Butler or Rhett Butler?” is played.
Guest hosts: Kristina Ackerman, Rich Aviles, and Tony Jenkins.
This week’s topics include a Ghostbusters/Ayn Rand mash-up, Judy Blume’s blossoming sexuality, How to Eat Fried Worms, and everyone’s first scrambled porn experience. Bobby Brown’s “On Our Own” makes a return and Jason lazily breaks an Ernie Hudson promise.
Guest hosts: Nicholas Tecosky, Myke Johns, and Bunny McIntosh.