Cameron is sleeping on the floor of an airport, leaving everyone to pick up his slack (but hopefully not his unsanitary habits). As it turns out, however, a roomful of ferrets is no way to live a clean and virtuous life, and neither is xenophobia, forcing Stephen to confront two very important aspects of his worldview. As usual, Zachary's worldview is firmly focused on Japan; specifically, on Tales of Xillia. Speaking of that country, Bryan has middling things to say about Skulls of the Shogun, which was developed in the west but is totally about shoguns. Fortunately, lots of fun stuff swoops in to save the day, including a spontaneous game of Name That Pokemon, qualitative assessments of Batman graphic novels, and Stephen's RPG Maker title "Lair of Lobster Man". It's an especially good and goofy episode of Disembodied Voices, so don't be a square; enter its domain! If you'd like to experience the shoddy and heart-pounding survival horror game "Lair of Lobster Man" for yourself, here's a download. Your computer will probably say that it's malicious, but it seriously isn't.