The Three Amigos ride again and this time it’s a rough break down of the Presidential debates. God, is it November yet?
Brice and James are talking video games and other nerd garbage. you know, the stuff they used to talk about two scary people decided to run for President.
For the first time ever, Brice is calling the shots, and this show NEVER sounded better. Big Jim offers his condolences on Brice’s recent loss, and the two discuss grief before Jim relives the utter torture he went through at the hands of his own wisdom teeth. Jim also recounts how he stood up for himself at his new job and how it may or may not have worked out for him.
Both Brice and James have suffered losses recently and the conversation is pretty reflective of that. This isn’t one of our normal episodes, and is kind of a downer.
Brice and James poke fun and a few holes in Trumps campaign and wonder if he got Montazuma’s Revenge after his visit to Mexico. But after that, they get into the complete and utter failure of Steam’s No Man’s Sky and why Star Citizen is the superior game even though it isn’t out. Also, some Star Wars theories are explored.
We’re talking Trump again and trying to figure out if he’s splatpacking on purpose, or if people are realizing how full of it that ass bag really is. Also, Suicide squad and if Warner Bros is going to ruin another great movie. Brice couldn’t catch any fish, and what’s in store for Game of Thrones.
Brice is out of town this week. Jim is still trapped in some sort of strange Amish prison camp. Samantha is on her way to real stardom, and James is lazy. So, here’s an episode recorded before Jim left Portland.
Live from a remote location in Amish country, Big Jim returns with a frozen coffee wrapped cell phone to talk video game triumphs, and the Republican National convention. Also, Jim tells you how to get a job by reminding the company owner you’ve seen them shower.
We talk religion and politics again, BUT if you can get through that, we talk Game of Thrones and speculate what the hell they’re going to do in the final two seasons, and who will survive and how others will die.
He’s back, but this time we took precautions. Danny Hettum of the band Hurkamur joins Brice and James in the studio, and this time, to keep him from ruining the computers and destroying the show, he’s kept outside. The guys are worried about bears. The Orlando Shooter is talked about and the guys speculate on the reason for the hate before examining religion and nuclear war.