At the Buzzer (02/05/15)

Episode 167: The Technology of Tomorrow, TODAY — The gang briefly touches on the Super Bowl before moving on to fancy tech news, including a timely look at the ideas in the Back to the Future sequel. Also, Chris ruins someone’s review, Michelle talks about her days out in the sticks, and Shaun attacks Girl Scout Cookies without understanding them.

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Music:

  • “Main Theme (Rhythm Thief)” by Tomoya Ohtani
  • “Main Theme (Valkyria Chronicles)” by Hitoshi Sakimoto
  • “Arkham City Main Theme” by Nick Arundel
  • “Night at the Octodrag” by Thee Jaguar Sharks

Production Assistance: Tony Robinson, Executive Producer

Announcer: Molly Robinson

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3 thoughts on “At the Buzzer (02/05/15)

  1. Shaun’s newest “southern” accent sounds like a cross between Tom Hank’s from The Ladykillers and the Rich Texan from the Simpsons, with a smattering of Foghorn Leghorn. Awful though it may have been, I am duly impressed.

  2. Good news, Michelle, I can defend your use of “Rando” –

    In the instruction manual for Cards Against Humanity, there is an alternative rule you can use called “Rando Cardrissian”, so named as a combination of a tribute to Star Wars character Lando Calrissian and the phrase “random card”. In this game, you play like normal except for every round, an extra card is drawn from the deck that no player submitted, and this card is assumed to be the submission of an imaginary player called Rando Cardrissian. If Rando wins the game, players are expected to retreat from the game with heads hung in shame.

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