When you go into the woods don't forget your phone.
Not going anywhere for a while?
There are always ways to make a tough job a little easier.
In his penultimate video, J-man takes a step backwards.
The ups and downs of the world's least consistent airline
A video of four-letter words, and words of other lengths too.
Hard up for a way to waste your leisure time? We can help.
Mark Sauceman reveals a new breakthrough in car technology.
The LRR crew dispenses some indispensable advice for getting online.
A sneak preview from Apple's upcoming developer conference.
Always, always read the fine print.
Some punctuation marks should remain firmly on the page.
Nigel Fitzgerald Brouwer returns to take you on another historical journey
Much like their previous episodes, the LRR crew takes a week of from sketch comedy to bring you this.
The most important thing is to stay outside their vision cone.
J-fresh returns to prove that, the more people change the more ... something. I forget.
Game design is a process, and the process can be slow.
Some types of geek should not cohabitate.
Rarely are parents and teachers on the same page.
Where do assassins come from? And why does this one look so awesome?
It's that time of year again, and LRR won't help at all.
Yer boy J-Man is back and you should've been there.
Listen you guys, edible perennials are serious business.
College bathrooms seem to be a good place to meet new people.
Sometimes you need some extra convincing before you'll accept the truth.
Yes, we get it. People say the darndest things
Seriously. I've to tell you this story. You won't even.
Everyone wants to help people. For some, those people are themselves.
He rests as he lived: kinda neurotic and odd.
With the amazing power to kind of... just... y'know. Right? It's cool. Go with it.
Now that we've got Christmas out of the way, it's time to party!
Santa's first several choices were probably busy, so he called Graham.
When you've got a complaint of this magnitude, a bakery seems like a good a place as any to take it.
When you need something moved in a little less time than it probably ought to take...
What happens at Desert Bus evidently gets fully realized a week later.
Learn the length and breadth of this horrible game's history.
Turns out everything is corporately owned these days.
Social networks, by their nature, aren't really that social.
It's not just when your back is turned either, this is happening right in front of you!
Is there, in fact, an upper tolerance for buffets?