"What does that prove?? Why did we do that??"The Attack episode 155 aired on 25 May 2016. It was hosted by Alex Corea and Evanne Friedmann.
The show was sponsored by Soylent, and Evanne demonstrated the benefits of the product (somehow) by firing basketballs at Alex while he was holding groceries.
Alex utterly failed to catch two flying babies. He caught a third one and then punted it in celebration. It turns out it was OK because all the babies were baby Hitler!
Evanne took another opportunity to plug Soylent, and demonstrated its superiority through a competition with Alex. She drank a Soylent while he ate spaghetti with his hands, and both had to play Bop It. Alex of course lost the rigged competition and was shocked for his failure.
In The Rundown, Alex and Evanne discussed:
- Fallout 4 hackers found a file in the game suggesting the new DLC will be called Nuka World and take place in an amusement park
- Google working with IMAX to create a VR camera
- Oculus released a DRM patch intended to make hacking it harder, but it instead made it far easier
Evanne closed out the show with another Soylent demonstration. This time Alex had to run on a treadmill while "eating breakfast." He probably died.