In this episode, the gang from The Questionably Roundtable comes together for the holidays to play a rousing game of “Never Have I Ever”! Marc Spezia (SwordHunter) joins the crew as their guest. Secrets are shared over drinks in this special video episode!
Miles Allen asks about the hosts’ favorite horror video games, Ben Higbee wonders about what makes the hosts anxious, Rachel Yates inquires about the video game worlds that you wish the real world could become, and Joe DeVader examines how accepting the hosts are when it comes to receiving gifts.
Peter Spezia asks about the hosts’ favorite memes or viral videos of all time, Miles Allen wonders about the Disney movies that are the hosts’ favorites, Rachel Yates inquires about sex shops and if the hosts know what an Ann Summers party is, Joe DeVader examines the protests that the hosts have taken part in, and Ben Higbee investigates what allergies the hosts have!
Rachel Yates asks about if the hosts have any Black Friday experiences, Peter Spezia wonders about what dreams the hosts remember having from their youth, Miles Allen inquires about the moments when technology has utterly failed the hosts, and Joe DeVader examines the clubs that the hosts were a part of in school and their youth. Also, TheJeezit asks on Twitter about who would win in a fight – a man with no arms or a man with no legs?
Ben Higbee asks about if the hosts have any bad habits that they would like to fix, Peter Spezia wonders about a Thanksgiving food draft where the hosts have to select three side dishes and one dessert for their feast, Rachel Yates inquires about the mutant super powers that the hosts would select, Joe DeVader examines the terrible ways that people can be horrible food service customers, and Miles Allen investigates what the hosts’ favorite movie quotes are!
Miles Allen asks about if the hosts have ever “done it for the Vine,” Joe DeVader wonders about the biggest medical emergencies the hosts have had, Peter Spezia inquires about the experiences the hosts have had with sex education, Ben Higbee examines the strategies the hosts have for surviving awkward family gatherings, and Rachel Yates investigates what kind of Pokémon the hosts would be!
Peter Spezia asks about if the hosts have ever played the Reddit Fifty-Fifty Challenge, Rachel Yates wonders about the times when the hosts’ plans have gone awry, Miles Allen inquires about the moments in which the hosts have hallucinated, Ben Higbee examines the hosts’ pets they have or have had, and Joe DeVader investigates the hosts’ experiences with comic book universes. We finally get a full episode recorded, instead of resorting to last week’s salvaged YouTube parts!
Joe DeVader asks about the plans that the hosts have for Halloween this year, Peter Spezia wonders about the best candy, Ben Higbee inquires about the place in the United States that the hosts would like to travel to most, Miles Allen examines the hosts’ desires to rule the world, and Rachel Yates investigates the hosts’ dream jobs. Also, in the Mailtime segment, Paul Dovey asks on Facebook what the hosts’ final acts would be, if the end of the world was imminent.
Rachel Yates asks about what scared the hosts the most when they were a child, Ben Higbee wonders about the comfort food the hosts like to go to when the gloves are off, Miles Allen inquires about fast food items matching up to their advertised pictures, and Joe DeVader examines what game series the hosts would stream forever if they could. Also, in the Mailtime segment, Missingno87 asks about the fights that the hosts have been in.
Joe DeVader asks about the latest mistake the hosts had when it was totally their fault, Rachel Yates wonders about the guilty pleasures that the hosts have, Peter Spezia inquires about the game shows that the hosts would like to be a contestant on, Miles Allen examines the hosts’ favorite potato chip flavors, and Ben Higbee investigates the memories from school dances that the hosts have. Also, in the Mailtime segment, TomatoSurprise asks on Peter’s old Formspring account about the skills that the hosts wish to learn that take years to acquire.