I just stumbled onto this and it's really interesting. It's sort of like your typical Let's Play except it's sort of awkwardly shot from over the shoulder - but listening to Tim talk about cool little details pertaining to this classic is really fascinating.
I remember playing Grim Fandango as a kid way back in the day and the puzzles were just impenetrable for my young mind. Even with a guide I think some of them were quite challenging. I loved the atmosphere and the presentation of the day. The idea was brilliant and it had that classic Schafer humor in it. Having grown up without any consoles in the house those early PC adventure games were some of my first gaming experiences. Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle, Sam & Max Hit the Road, Bureau 13, The Legend of Kyrandia: Malcolm's Revenge or even Relentless: Twinsen's Adventure were games I look back on really fondly now.