Bunny and Jason discuss Game of Thrones and Men in Black 3. Other topics include jean shorts, Kevin Smith, poetry slams, the pros and cons of popsicles, 4-H camp confessions, tanning beds and the late Ray Bradbury.
Bunny and Jason are joined by returning guest and “geek about town” Dan Carroll. Topics include DC Comics 52, Game of Thrones, feeling sorry for machines and MMORPGs.
Sam returns for a very special Avengers episode! Other topics include Bill Cosby’s sentient magic marker and bizarre theater patrons.
Bunny and Jason clean up their act and discuss the upcoming Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who crossover, leading to a comparison between the two properties. A debate rages on whether Jason’s dog resembles Batman. Swear words in comic strips and the ultimate sci-fi crossover is also discussed.
Bunny and Jason discuss the physics and implications of Pepé Le Pew’s universe, and their issues with I Dream of Jeannie. A crude analogy is made for the ending of Mass Effect 3, resulting in the most NSFW episode of Imperial Trouble to date.
Bunny and Jason welcome guest Everett Steele for an entire episode dedicated to Mass Effect 3! Topics include a ton of spoilers, the crazy ending, and what we liked and most decidedly did not like about Mass Effect 3.
Bunny and Jason discuss ziggurats, the new Total Recall trailer, the importance of the pi symbol, Beethoven the Dog, Philip K. Dick’s robotic head, Star Trek, and internet piracy.
Internet comedienne Bunny McIntosh and geek apparel tycoon Everett Steele guest. Topics include upcoming films/games Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol, Shame, Grand Theft Auto V, and We Need to Talk About Kevin. Also discussed: moral ambiguity, bringing a helicopter to a knife fight, and the Sisyphean tasks of popular iPhone game Tiny Tower.
Atlanta stand-up comedian Tony Jenkins and professional magician Rich Aviles guest. Topics include upcoming films Puss in Boots 3D, Melancholia, The Mighty Macs, Charlotte Rampling: The Look, and Elevate. Also discussed: treating the Suicide Girls website like a comedy club, a synopsis of the very first Puss In Boots film from 1904, better names for Earth-destroying planets, and being too cool to meet Shaq.