- The dorm at SCAD
It begins with Stephen and Dan telling us that Dan got several posters in the mail today. They've already put them up on several walls of the dorm, and they're mostly zombie posters. They are Dark Carnival, Dead Center, Left 4 Dead 2, Swamp Fever, Hard Rain, and The Parish. Taylor also got some stuff in the mail today, parts for the new computer he's building. They then point out a Dance Dance Revolution mat on the floor, which Alex was using earlier in the day.
Alex starts playing DDR again while Stephen and Dan look at the invitation to their friend's baby shower. The insides are printed upside down, which Dan believes is a metaphor for what happened to the new parents' lives with birth of their first child: they got turned upside down. Stephen explains that Ian, the father, was his and Alex's roommate during their first year at SCAD. Alex quips that this was back before the blog, when everyone had more privacy. Ian's son is due in April, but may come sooner.
It cuts back to Alex, who is setting up DDR. He picks a high difficulty level, and then does poorly. Dan gets out the other mat, and joins him for the next game. Alex wins. Stephen has a turn while Dan films the two of them. When it's over, Alex gives Stephen a tepid bottle of water, and the two talk about the difference between the home and arcade version of the game. Alex thinks that the home version is harder, because the pad shifts around as you use it, unlike the arcade version's sturdy metal plates.
In his room, Stephen tells us he's decided he needs more hard drive space to edit his documentary. He's going to Best Buy to get a one terabyte internal hard drive. He's also going to a Magic event on Saturday called Worldwake. His documentary group may want to do scouting that same weekend, but he's putting Magic first, and insist on doing it that Friday or Sunday. He's not going to tell them why he can't do it Saturday because the "shame" of playing the game hasn't completely left him.
- When talking about Magic at the end, Stephen alludes to a previous booster draft that didn't go so well.
- The title of the video comes from a humorous quote made during said video.
- Alex (Referring to when Ian was his and Stephen's roommate): "Before the vlog, when people had privacy, and they could do things without it being on the internet"