Bioshock – Our Grossest Episode Yet
Bioshock is much more than a computer game, it’s also a cracking story, a philosophical exploration of free will and a devastating critique of libertarianism. It’s also gross, scary, intense and a buttload of fun to play. Alex would know, he’s played it for well over 200 hours.
- What is art and what is not
- Exploding cans of… human droppings
- The intense competition to be the dumbest US congress member (Watch out for the Gazpacho police!)
- Each host’s favorite Cards Against Humanity card
In the Moment Of Meta, Katie celebrates how humans fixed the hole in the ozone layer and tries to get on board with the idea that the world is getting better and better in so many ways. Also, we talk about a horrible parasite that used to infect millions of people and has now been nearly eradicated.
- Zero Punctuation’s video on Bioshock
- 2 architects talk about the architecture of Rapture
- The genius level design of Bioshock
- Rebuilding the ozone layer: how the world came together for the ultimate repair job
- Hans Rosling’s TED talk (again!)
- Hans Rosling kicking a Danish journalist’s ass politely but firmly on TV
- Guinea Worm eradication program