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Episode 65: The Indoor Kids
Hodgepodge with Anthony…
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The Indoor Kids #65: Hodgepodge with Anthony Jeselnik and Ground Kontrol!

The Indoor Kids have put together this cornucopia of video game fun, including (but not limited to) our thoughts on Wii-U, an interview with the general manager of Ground Kontrol in Portland, us geeking out at Ground Kontrol, and an interview with Anthony Jeselnik that covers his foray into Nintendo championships as well as wrestling.

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  1. phil medoc says:

    I love you guys, listened to this every week, even signed up for a Gamefly account — I appreciate your dedication to getting a quality show out every week even when you’ve obviously got other work to take care of.

    Kumail, why no standup while you were in Portland?

  2. jsl says:

    I wish the Jeselnik conversation would have gone on longer! Don’t mind that you were off-topic

  3. Alec says:

    Clearly the breakout game for the system will be Clue U.

  4. Ibra says:

    Two screens would be great for poker. I think there’s an awesome potential for digital card games/poker nights/magic games which is huge without having to worry about dealers.

  5. Jeff says:

    I just finished the wire yesterday. You guys, so good. When you finish look up the wire rpg. But dont do it before.

  6. Tolly says:

    Good enough episode, but very discombobulated. Why the sudden end, with no outro. It felt lik ethge conversation was still going when it ended.Was there something said that you decided to edit out?

  7. Alain Williams says:

    I used to own Good Morning Vietnam on vhs as a three year old child. I remember the radio scenes specifically for their sounds and I feel that ‘Danang Me, Danang Me!” is a joke that Kumail wrote just for fucking me. He doesn’t know who I am, but what other answer can there be?
    Also, I can recreate the soundscapes to the opening scene of Tim Burton’s Batman, because I watched it around the same time and I’m stupid with mouth/sound stuff.

  8. ryan sz says:

    Jaws Unleashed was a fantastic guilty pleasure of mine. The game had a storyline that was funny in that humans were the bad guys and dumping waste into the water, thus giving Jaws a reason for killing hundreds of innocent people. And the graphics were fun in that every person, animal, and boat had different ways of motion/reaction to where you could target certain limbs on people and rip them apart. They even had movie-like reactions where if a person had their legs ripped off they would slowly try to swim away or to the surface if you dragged them down underwater. At the same time, their guts would be floating in the water behind them and torn off limbs would twitch as they floated away.

  9. anthony pickett says:

    Ummm omg… Why didn’t you tell anyone you were at ground kontrol I live a block away

  10. woofeh says:

    Awesome, show as usual. Guys come to some UK events. You have a lot of fans over here. Kumail do a London show! Me and a lot of people I know would definitely love to see you.