Episode 251 – David “Star Wars” Pumpkins

On this, the penultimate episode of the Boy Howdy Podcast, we piffle about Rogue One, Dishonored 2, more Yuri on Ice and Voltron, Forza Horizon 3’s Blizzard Mountain DLC, Stardew Valley on PS4, Overwatch holiday stuff, Ant-Man and The BFG.

In The Geek Week News In Review: The Super Nintendo World mini themepark, Fathom […]

Episode 246 – I’d Rather Be A Pig Than A Fascist

Nothing much happened in the world this week, so we’re just talking about Arrival, The NES Classic (and the Famicom Mini that Bill imported from Japan), Porco Rosso, Princess Mononoke, Westworld, The Crown, Overwatch’s Sombra reveal, Cheers, the TV Book, Dishonored 2 and we taste-test Peppermint Twinkies and “Sweetos”.

In The Geek Week News […]

Episode 242 – Sexy Squirrel Man

Anne and Foley are back, so we’ve got three weeks’ worth of stuff to catch up on: Forza Horizon 3, Luke Cage, Mafia III, The Good Place, The Shallows, The Great British Bake-Off, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Crimson Peak, The Addams Family movie, Pitch, Jane Eyre and the works of that ol’ Star Hustler, Jack […]

Episode 241 – Showstopper

We mourn the death of The Great British Bake-Off (at least as we know it) while gabbing about this week’s avalanche of comic/picture book releases: Leave Me Alone, King Baby, Cat Rackham and The Creepy Case Files of Margo Maloo. Also on the menu: Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Laputa/Castle in the Sky, Jane Eyre […]

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.

In The Geek Week News In Review: Nintendo finally puts Mario on iPhones, Sony debuts the […]

Episode 227 – Ah, Banana Oil

Special guest Phil Theobald sits in this week to chat with Bill about the new live-action Ninja Turtles sequel, the newly-announced Lego Dimensions sets, Beverly Cleary, Inspector Gadget and Netflix’s new Voltron series.

In The Geek Week News In Review: the impending closure of Harajuku’s nifty-looking 1920’s train station, the Whopperito, John Boyega joins […]