Robots and Red Tape sent us a prototype of a game they created to try out. It’s called Questionable Fun and, as you’ll find out, was brought to you by the numbers four and twenty.
If you want to help fund the finished game, head over to Kickstarter and throw them a few bucks. Big thanks to the guys and gals at Robots and Red Tape for sending us the game. They are a fun bunch.
And hey! We have extra people on the show this week. Meredith has new glasses and an ear worm. Kristin is playing the role of Kandi and has opinions about hashtag usage. Plus, you’ll find out what the Reverse Doorstop and who is Dr. Big Laser.
Big thanks to LeslieAnn61 and Phoenixkat for the recent reviews. If you write us a new or update an existing iTunes review, we’ll thank you on the show.
Mike’s here this week and we see how many things we can rattle off before forgetting when we play Memory Madness. Things we discuss include Justin Bieber, the one naughty limerick we can remember, the end of Curtis’s mandatory overtime (huzzah!), volunteering with the Charity Chicks, Pride 48 in Vegas, and pub trivia.
And of course, we end up talking about the Golden Girls. Natch.
This week, we are tapping into our imaginations and telling stories using Rory’s Story Cubes. Along the way we learn that Mike’s mom has been listening to a few back episodes. We also compare Brian’s old neighborhood with his new one. All this, lawyer boxes, Native American Aunt Silverfish and much more.
Do you know the difference between a wappenschawing and a nurdle? It doesn’t matter if you do when you play the bluffing game, Balderdash. Things we discuss in this episode include Elayne Boosler and other 80s comediennes, people who say expresso instead of espresso, Mike’s upcoming birthday tattoo possibilities, and the dangers of binging on sugar-free Peeps.
For our first episode we take on a staple of game nights, Scattergories. Find out how easy it is to startle Mike and how Brian’s malapropism affects his play while we fumble our way through our first recording, which is actually our second recording.
Ready for your turn? We’d love to hear what you think!