Brunker & David beat their collective heads against the walls Cuphead, ultimately forgetting all about the lack of Jack.
Set your phasers to morphine! It’s time for more Life Is Strange with the whole gang, like George Michael, Butterfly Who Thinks He’s A Moth, and Warren!
In this thrilling episode we find the eggs, some incriminating files, the keys and… then some other stuff happens.
This one… this one goes some places that maybe aren’t super great and definitely aren’t relevant to what’s happening in front of us. Also there’s some makeshift bombs and late night swimming, and we’re ultimately left with the question: how Read More
Guns are fun! Train tracks are fun! Rooftops are fu- whoops.
Shit gets real. Really real. Can Brunker even handle how real? Or will he just palm the realness off onto Jack? Awwww chicken!
Well howdy! Come on down to my ranch and take a gander at that there slimes.
We go hella snooping, fail to cover our tracks even remotely, do our best to help keep the electricity company in business, and set elaborate bird-based traps.
David flies solo in what the runtime assures me is a very efficient and effective assassination of the final Hitman Elusive Target.
Brunker & Jack start to relive their high school years as a hipster photography prodigy… so familiar territory all round. Also, David is in there somewhere in the corner.