Inside CNET Labs 28: No one gets Dong Ngo

Episode 28 of the Inside CNET Labs podcast.

Eric Franklin Former Editorial Director
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LOL! That's our Dong! We'll be right back. Corinne Schulze/CBS Interactive

We begin this episode with some hater feedback via the 404 podcast. Apparently there is a person (or possibly persons) who just don't get Dong. And by "get," I mean understand. People, Dong is not meant to be understood. He is to be experienced. You keep reminding yourself of this and life will be that much smoother.

Having said that, I have no idea WTF Dong is talking about in the segment that follows. He kinda stumbles and trips through an explanation of some kind of nerdy teleportation breakthrough. Boring! If you can keep your eyes open during this segment, you'll be treated to an extremely informative, well-researched, and entertaining discussion on my workouts and weekly gains. Very exciting stuff.

Have you guys heard of this little known game called Call of Duty 4? It's actually really cool, kinda hard though. Then again my gaming skills are still less than satisfactory. Anyway, I try to convince Dong of its coolness.

Dong has many stories and today he tells a doosy involving dentists, inappropriate timing of storytelling, and plastic tarps. Well, you'll just have to listen.

Finally, we announce not, one, not two, but three--wait. Actually only two, two contests we announce in this ep. You'll have to listen to the episode to find out what they are though. Tee hee hee, ain't I a stinker?

OK, that wasn't the final item. I lied. We now have an Inside CNET Labs Facebook group. Join up if you're into that sorta thing!

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