NerdBurger 135 - Just Coke in the Bottle

This week Josh returns to talk Back to the Future Day, Playboy, magnetic mind control, brain implants, drone death rays, funky lava, Apple, Rick Moranis, and eye glue. Also, Josh serves up a video game update and the guys talk about new Fall TV!

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Or several more decades from now, depending on which technology you were hoping you'd have.

Or several more decades from now, depending on which technology you were hoping you'd have.

Happy Back to the Future Day!

In a move that would surely disappoint Biff Tannen, Playboy is going non-nude.

Doc Brown wishes his 1955 mind-reading helmet worked as well as this magnetic belief-changer.

Some say Stinky Lomax woke up on his autopsy table, but others chalk that up to the fact that the mortician worked behind the saloon.

Griff Tannen wishes his bionic implants worked as well as these.

The Hill Valley Police drones wish they had... oh wait, they probably did.

This volcano's lava looks like the flux dispersal around Doc's DeLorean, but is toxic and smells like rotten-egg farts.

In 1985 the best microchips are made in Japan, but in 2015 they're made in China by a company based not to far from Hill Valley that stole part of the design from Wisconsin. Nevertheless, that little California company is doing much better than it was in 1985, right Big Blue?

Rick Moranis is Canadian, and so is Michael J. Fox (that's all I got). BTW, someone has already updated Rick's Wikipedia page.

Florida woman accidentally glues eye shut. If this was Back to the Future she could have just had it replaced, along with her spleen and colon.

And remember "...your future hasn't been written yet. No one's has. Your future is whatever you make it. So make it a good one..." or something.

This week's alternate episode titles were:

  • Genocide is Kinda Fun
  • The Game Made Me Feel Things
  • Pants Optional