Ep. 1143: Where Justin spent way too much on dinner Video
YouTube tries to spice down its image by removing even partial nudity and adding a symphony contest. Good luck with that!
In typical 404 fashion, we run down the list and pick out the movies that we love, and of course the movies that we love to hate.
Jeff's back and gives us a rundown of his minivacation to Atlantic City, N.J., and his love affair with pinball machines. A lot of other stories to talk about today, like the Zune HD, the new Chevy Volt, Spielberg taking over the Halo movie, and Hayato Shimizu's interpretation of Jeff as the superhero COMMODORE!
If you're curious about the strange world of renaissance faires, tune into today's episode of The 404 Podcast with hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson Tang, and Justin Yu!
There's no chat room viewers to keep us on topic now that we've stopped live streaming, so fair warning: we spend most of the first half explaining the concept of Goodwill stores to Jeff, whose ignorance I still suspect is a veiled attempt at live trolling.
Among other places, The How to Behave crew visits the zoo and Potrero Hill as they tour around San Francisco in an Audi TT. Professional driver, closed course.
They said it would never happen, but the day has finally come for Justin to get some much-needed tail....as he dons a skunk costume and becomes Justin Le Pieu for today's very unspooky Halloween episode of The 404! Be sure to check out today's video for all the details. Since Jeff is out today and this coming Monday for who-knows-what, the guys ask everyone's favorite Kenley and Alli to help co-host the show.
Google apologized to China for miscommunication over their scanning of books. But that didn't stop them from scanning the books. Or even get them to apologize for scanning the books. Also Microsoft Word is no longer sold, at least for a brief period of time. And the Apple rumors are ramping up.
Sexy zombies get down and dirty in this video for Naked Ape's "Fashion Freak," which was directed by Eric Althin.
While everyone else in the tri-state region spent Memorial Day weekend outside in 90-degree bliss, Wilson locked himself in his house for three days playing Batman: Arkham Asylum.