As a beta tester this summer, the 28-year-old freelance developer had early access to the smash hit mobile game — and as a result, he could see that it offered users no way to chat with one another inside the app.
And so Zarra built Go Chat, an independent app that lets Pokémon Go users leave notes for each other at in-game locations.
He has referred to some of his guests as "diseased degenerate rock and rollers." There was no real schedule for the show; it used to air randomly when there are suitable gaps in Hamburger's touring schedule.
The show was also briefly available on an "On Demand" section of Tom Green's website. Filmed outside of Tom Green's house in the evenings, positioned by Green's outdoor pool, hence 'Poolside'.
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Jonathan Zarra knew something about Pokémon Go that most people didn’t.
There was a small table where a telephone is positioned, from which Hamburger takes calls for his guest(s).
Hamburger seated to the right of the table, and his guest(s) to the left.