J. August Richards (actor, Agents of Shield), Jason Wishnov (video game designer, Iridium studios) and Chris Kluwe (former Minnesota Viking, all-around good dude) join host Wil Wheaton to play the set collecting game Tokaido.
Catan Junior is a pirate-themed reworking of Settlers of Catan which simplifies it for younger audiences, and host Wil Wheaton invites a few kids to play the game with him: Emily Anderson, Brett Baligad and Adam Chernick.
Alison Haislip (actress, Con Man), Jessica Merizan (cosplayer and YouTuber) and David Kwong (magician, puzzle creator) join host Wil Wheaton to play two simple but awesome games: Hare & Tortoise and Council of Verona.
Bonnie Burton (writer), Clare Kramer (actress, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Anne Wheaton (co-creator, Vandaleyes) and host Wil Wheaton play a variant game of Geek Out by adding in the Geek Out Pop Culture Party deck to the original deck.
Wil Wheaton invites Ashley Clements (actress, The Lizzie Bennett Diaries), Derek Mio (actor, Spooked) and Meredith Salenger (actor, The Journey of Natty Gann) to play Sheriff of Nottingham, a game that pits bribing against extortion.
Ashley Johnson (actress, Blindspot), Grant Imahara (former host, Mythbusters) and Dodger Leigh (YouTuber, Press Heart to Continue) play Dead of Winter, a cooperative play game with a defector, with host Wil Wheaton.
It's a podcaster beat-down when Emily V. Gordon (producer and podcaster), Jonah Ray (comedian and podcaster) and Veronica Belmont (tv host and podcaster) join host (and podcaster) Wil Wheaton for a few rounds of Epic Spell Wars.
In a rare NSFW, non-family-friendly episode, Wil Wheaton and guests Aisha Tyler (actress, Archer), Laina Morris (Overly Attached Girlfriend), Ali Spagnola (musician, comedian) play a typically filthy game of Cards Against Humanity.
Wil Wheaton invites Jenna Busch (entertainment reporter), Satine Phoenix (comic book artist), and Richard Garriott (video game developer) to play Five Tribes, a worker placement game with a mancala mechanic.
Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal (comedians, Rhett and Link) and Joseph Scrimshaw (comedian/podcaster, Obsessed) join host Wil Wheaton to play Concept, an innovative communication game Wil describes as "Pictionary for writers."
GM Wil Wheaton runs a game of Dread, a cooperative storytelling role-playing game with a real dexterity challenge, for Laura Bailey (voice actor, World of Warcraft), Molly Lewis (musician) and Ivan Van Norman (crowdfunding manager).
Felicia Day (writer, actor, producer) and Benny and Rafi Fine (YouTubers, Fine Brothers Entertainment) join host Wil Wheaton to play two games: Love Letter and Coup, both micro games that don't take too much time to play.
Paul Scheer (podcaster, How Did This Get Made), Tara Platt (actor/writer/producer, Shelf Life) and Yuri Lowenthal (actor/writer/producer, Shelf Life) join host Wil Wheaton to play the area control game called Kingdom Builder.
Wil Wheaton brings together Allie Brosh (creator, Hyperbole and a Half), Mark Fischbach (Youtube's Markiplier) and Brea Grant (actress, Heroes) to play Legendary, a deck-building game set in the Marvel Comics universe.