This week we played Bowmasters
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This week we played Bowmasters
In which we ask: was that the show?
This week Sam and Edwin play Monument Valley 2
In which Edwin keeps on his quest for a better way to put toothpaste on a toothbrush, Sam reveals his Kickstarter product idea and we chat about a bunch of TV shows.
In which we chat about Do By Friday and Rabbits, Edwin is still trying to spread the gospel of Calendar One and Sam lets a pug into the studio
In which we go hard on mobile gaming and we chat about NBC’s Trial & Error.
In which we chat about S-Town, Pringle roulette, Sam does more impressions and Edwin had to Google whether circle jerk was hyphenated or not
In which we chat about Missing Richard Simmons, Riverdale and Legion, Edwin plays Ballz and Sam sings.
In which we chat about the latest season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and a bunch of other TV shows, Edwin says “shoe clubboard” and Sam does his Nicholas Cage impression.
In which we chat about the Nintendo Switch, Sam launches a new podcast and Edwin tries to ride a horse.
In which we find out that dog management is rather tedious, Sam tries small talk and Edwin smells.
In which we try to find something good about the new MacBook Pros, Edwin moves house and Sam loves The OA.
In which we ease into the New Year.
In which we celebrate our one year anniversary and reflect on our favorite things from 2016, Sam pitches his indie game idea of the week and Edwin tries telling another joke.
In which Sam shows us his technique for avoiding trailers in a movie theatre and Edwin gets over-caffeinated.
In which we spend too long talking about app icon organization, Edwin tries a new podcast app and Sam says ‘tits’.
In which Sam is stuck in a room with his pestilent co-host, Edwin tells his favorite festive joke and we try and decide the best way to peel a banana.
In which we’re still processing.
In which we talk about salads and Sam teaches Edwin some new slang.
In which we take eating sandwiches far too seriously and Edwin quizzes Sam on the vagaries of British slang.
In which we almost talk about Luke Cage, Edwin can't read Murakami in public and Sam continues to sleep on the floor.
In which we spend far too long talking about a veggie burger, Sam tells you the best way to play golf and Edwin reveals his drag name.
In which we round up recent mobile games we've been playing and we find the best hip hop horse video on YouTube.
In which we discuss Stranger Things, Edwin learns that ginger people are white people and Sam tries to get into the prestigious Edwin School of Naps
In which we find our new favorite podcast, a heart-warming story is ruined by facts and we chat about Brexit.
In which we chat about To Kill A Mockingbird, Sam learns how to say ‘France’ in a British accent and Edwin talks about Buzzfeed (again).
In which we talk about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3, Sam is on vacation in an exciting location and Edwin reveals the best thing about hotel breakfasts.
In which we review Originals by Adam Grant, we celebrate our six-month-aversary and the return of Pillow Talk
In which Edwin tells you the trick to driving in the UK and Sam gets juicy eyes.
In which we play Neko Atsume, Edwin pop-quizzes himself on shapes and Sam charts some places.
In which we review Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sam partially redeems himself and Edwin finds out what smugness sounds like.
In which we don’t review Total Recall because Edwin forgot to devote 2 hours a day to listen to it on Audible, Sam reports on his vegetable garden an Edwin goes celeb spotting in his neighborhood.
In which we become fascinated by BuzzFeed and we reveal our airplane seat reclining tactics.
In which we review Douglas Coupland’s most recent novel Worst. Person. Ever., Edwin wishes Sam Happy Birthday on Facebook and Sam discovers how decaf is made.
In which chat about Daredevil season 2, Sam does a suprisingly good Wilson Fisk impression and Edwin jives in.
In which Edwin loves another fictional extravaganza while Sam deals with coffee filters and butterfly nets.
In which Edwin bulks up with breakfast soup and does his workouts in Sam’s bus gym.
In which we review Linchpin by Seth Godin, Sam becomes a farmer and Edwin says “ranch”.
In which we receive our first fan mail, Edwin derails us with nonsense and Sam eats some British gum.
In which we review Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days by Jake Knapp, Edwin finds out that Tom Clancy is dead and Sam doesn’t have time for all this.
In which we review The Magicians, Sam ruins the phrase “brew coffee” and Edwin eats two jellybeans.
In which Sam uses the peri to go to the Sushi Barn in a squidsuit and Edwin uses the tipstaff in the wheelieboy to sidestep Luke 4:5.
In which we review The X Files, Edwin can’t count ninjas and Sam reads tweets from John Carmack.
In which we learn what a ristretto is, Sam sleeps on the job and Edwin reveals his policy on wishing people happy birthday on Facebook.
In which we review Essentialism by Greg McKeown and talk about Terminator Genisys without doing an Arnie impression.
In which Sam can’t count ninjas and Edwin is baffled by the X Files.
In which we review The War of Art by Steven Pressfield, Edwin injures himself knitting and Sam talks from his big flappy mouth-hole.
In which Sam finds his old J-Pop podcast and Edwin forgets the names of 90s actors.
In which Sam accidentally writes a best-selling book on parenting and Edwin multitasks in the bath.
In which Sam and Edwin provide you with a guide on how to spot pop stars
In which Edwin tries something new in the bedroom and Sam fixes the top of his funnel.
In which Edwin thinks he’s Starlee Kine and Sam teaches us about the different types of festive bells.
In which Sam pop-quizzes himself on Dungeons and Dragons and Edwin impresses no one by knowing what GIF stands for.