Are you ready for a Third Space World Generator where the guys figure out the premise in fifteen minutes then riff on that premise for forty-five? Well you don’t have a choice.
TEST YOUR MIGHT Duh duh DUH DUH duh duh DUH MORTAL KOMBAT! Ahem, the guys are gonna talk about Mortal Kombat.
Kevin and Jeremy dip back into the double world of Superpower Showdown. On one side, Empathy, on the other? Digestive systems that move. Confused yet?
I’m not going to lie. I forgot what the topic for this episode is. Now I’m writing this description and mostly just filling time until I-SOLARIS. Ahem, the topic for this episode is that weird water planet in the movie Solaris.
Now, we all know all dogs go to heaven, but there are so many other animals. What goes to heaven? More importantly, what goes to hell?
Come on children, crawl out of your holes because the great terror, the Third Space World Generator, has been returned to this world. Blow off the dust and hold onto your historical landmarks, it’s the Third Space.
The guys talk about their favourite subject, ghosts. Quantified and organized, a world full of ghosts awaits in the final week of Spooktober.
With werewolves and vampires discussed, where can the boys go from here? Did you say mummies? Well…you’re right. Also you should get a lottery ticket because you can see the future!
True Blood. Twilight. Daybreakers. What do these all have in common? The answer is Vampires, Derek. Keep up.
It’s Spooktober! The spookest tober there has ever been. It’s also the beginning of Creature Feature, were the boy discuss a world made of monsters. This time, Werewolves.
Kevin and Jeremy discuss the strange moods from Dwarf Fortress where a person is compelled to create something. More importantly, guess who Jeremy is thinking of. It’s a terrible game.
The guys have removed all the bones and fairies from the machine and are ready to create a new world. With new genres. And new nonsense.
What if the Game of Life was an open world action game? What if it had superheroes? What if we all worked together and made the world worth living in? Kevin and Jeremy answer the first two.
Riddle me this, dear listener. Two men enter a room to discuss a world with riddle doors. One has an idea of what this world will be, the other can only watch in horror. Who goes insane first?
Kevin chooses duplication! It's simple like Multiple Man! Jeremy chooses skill mimicry! It's...more complex to explain!