Episode 63 – 2013 Geek Preview

 

Anne’s back from Texas with tall tales about reading The Sisters Brothers, watching Lost Girl and backing the Coming Out on Top (a gay dating sim) on Kickstarter, while Bill strikes back with more yarking about Christopher Tolkien’s “History of The Lord of the Rings” books, rediscovering The West Wing on Netflix Instant […]

Episode 47 – Anne’s Rule of Gadget Porn

Bill’s got a migraine and the result is a (slightly) quieter podcast than usual this week. That doesn’t keep us from talking about movie novelizations (The Goonies in particular), the appeal of strap-ons and of breastmilk, “Dinosaurs on a Spaceship“, The Price of Salt, the latest run of Stumptown, Game Center CX and places […]

Episode 46 – Starting To Look Like Vampires

Anne’s away at a wedding this week, so perennial friend of the podcast Dylan Meconis steps in to chat about her adventures with the Trek in the Park gang, the eternal appeal of Star Wars and the poetry of Emily Dickinson.

Bill burbles about the season finale of Breaking Bad and the season premiere […]

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 […]

Episode 42 – Hot Dog Water

Between packing for a move and hitting the gym Anne’s been busy getting ripped this week, but not too busy to extoll the virtues of the Disney cartoon Motor City. Bill retaliates with plenty of licensed comic talk (Marceline and the Scream Queens, Star Trek vs. Doctor Who and Godzilla: Half-Century War) before we […]

Episode 39 – The Dark Knight Rises

It’s our obligatory Dark Knight Rises spoilercast, but if you haven’t seen the film yet (or just don’t care), no worries – we don’t start dishing out TDKR spoilers until the last segment of the episode (at the 1 hour & 34-minute mark).

But first, we thank Bobby Roberts, Alison Hallett and The Portland […]