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Episode 244: Beef Jerky Time - July 8, 2013

  • Austin chews on beef jerky while explaining how ho-hum New Super Mario U  tends to be. Also, Al blows his nose at some point. Familiar! [download]

Episode 243: Is This An Episode? - May 8, 2013

  • It’s been too long! So Austin checks in. [download]

Episode 242: Showing The Dragon – February 10, 2013

  • A discussion about Nintendo and Android console news randomly turns into Austin Exasperated with the Big N’s online incompetency again, while Al’s child surfaces for 3 seconds to say hello. [download]

Episode 241: I Dunno What I’m Supposed To Do – January 23, 2013

  • Ask Al Anything about Ultima and Ultima II. Or don’t because he’ll tell you anyway, because he’s just that kinda guy! High school friend of the show Gideon enters the fray for a guest appearance. [download]

Episode 240: 2012 And A Baby – December 31, 2012

  • TEH WORLD IS NOT END AND TEH MOON PEOPLE FAIL. Austin and Al take one last recording session during 2012 and throws it in your face with tablet games, eShop purchases, subpar GOTY awards and babies. [download]

Episode 239: An Odyssey in 3 Cities And 5 Days – December 24, 2012

  • What started out ten days before Christmas ended as an elongated recording over 5 days, involving 3 neighborhoods (Queens, Manhattan and Framingham MA) as our intrepid podcasters talk about the so-called Steam Box and nonsensical Mario-ness. [download]

Episode 238: Moon People – Nocember 19, 2012

  • Austin and Al catch up after another month of no podcastin’, and then in the second segment spoil Assassin’s Creed up through Revelations. Also Austin has a problem with moon people. [download]


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