Part 1 starts with Mark explaining why Dave is not sat in his seat before revealing that he has him on the phone, all the way from New Jersey. It starts with a discussion about emulators and how Dave is using them for "Backup" purposes. It then goes into a discussion about how there is a new audience is finding Classic Game Room, and just as Mark is about to talk about questions people had for the interview, the line cuts out.
Part 2 starts with Dave explaining what he does now, as he has changed his job. It then moves onto a discussion about their favourite episodes, Dave's is The Empire Strikes Back, and Sega GT is a close second. Mark said his favourite review was Frogger.
Part 3 starts with Mark saying some of his favourite episodes were when they got out of the studio and into the real world, but this was the reason why the show was cancelled. Mark then explains what FromUSALive was and how difficult it was to get noticed back in the day before YouTube. Mark then noted how bad the early episodes were.
Mark said the most fun episode to make was the "The Real Game Room" episode. Dave noted that they were throwing out ideas just to see what would work. He also said they didn't know what they were doing. Mark also noted how overworked they were.
Mark then told how FromUSALive moved over to DVD. Mark then talks about how he wasn't playing many games in the early 2000's but when he did he used a PS2. He then saids Dave made him by a Xbox 360. They also note how bad the Dreamcast's online was, trying to play over a 56k modem. Dave then talks about Bioshock. During upcoming footage for the Bioshock review, the audio cuts out. They then talk about game design.
Mark then talks about M.U.S.H.A. on the Genesis. They then talk about the limitations of the Genesis and the games that he's been playing for the show. They then talk about the first systems that they had. Dave then talked about the Sega Master System and fanboys. They then start talking about Sega losing focus and not being a hardware manufacturer.
A Part 7 was promised, but never happened.