Episode 240 – Giant Tits, Turgid Dicks

Anne and Foley check in this week about make-up, Steven Universe toys, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s “Duet” and Miyazaki’s Nausicaa: The Valley of the Wind, while Bill talks about Sing Street, Moonrise Kingdom and Homestar Runner.

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Episode 192 – Raggedy Man

Anne finally wrapped up the odyssey that was Dragon Age Inquisition with this week’s Trespasser DLC, though she had also had quality time with the Mad Max game and the visual novel We Know the Devil. Bill continues to be surprised at how much he’s enjoying the new Metal Gear, even as he waits […]

Episode 129 – Edge of Tomorrow, Ender’s Game and E3

Anne takes a break from planning her 2-week vacation to gush about the new Tom Cruise flick Edge of Tomorrow while Bill casually flips through the latest LEGO catalogue. Also, talk about Ender’s Game, The Eagle, Murdered: Soul Suspect, The Amazing World of Gumball, The Grand Budapest Hotel and Tomodachi Life.

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Episode 89 – I Threw My Pie For You


This week we indulge in a mini Orange is the New Black spoilercast (starting at the 1hr 22min mark), but before all that Anne discusses the $100 she dropped at the comic shop this week while Bill gushes about Empire of the Sun, the new Legend of Korra art book and Earthbound.

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Episode 76 – Hawkeye Guy



We’re both a little strung-out this week, but nether tax season nor lack of sleep is enough to keep us from our weekly rounds: Bill wrestling with the controls in Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon and grumping about Don Draper-centric episodes of Mad Men while Anne talks about the History Channel show Vikings, […]

Episode 44 – The Tenth Kingdom


Between Anne buying a house and Bill shipping out a hundred print orders, its a pretty low-key episode this week – you know we’re punchy when the first thing we talk about is the TV miniseries that helped kill the TV miniseries format, The 10th Kingdom. Despite our hectic personal lives, we somehow […]