You know it's a good episode when, right out of the gate, we're talking about pop singles, the political platforms of the singers behind them, and questioning why Carly Rae Jepsen isn't more popular. Elsewhere, Austin and myself have been playing Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle (it's good), and Rob and Danielle join us for a discussion about how Valve's handled the non-existence of Half-Life 3, in the wake of a Half-Life 2: Episode Three synopsis emerging from a former Valve writer.
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