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 […]
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They’re still trying to dredge Anne’s body out of Willy Wonka’s chocolate river, so Daniel “The Grumpyturtle” Rutis sits in this week to talk about why he loves The Witness so much while Bill blabs about The Venture Brothers, Final Fantasy VI, HBO’s 7-hour cut of The Godfather 1+2, and the Star Wars Minute […]
Being old and/or sick couldn’t keep us from making our podcast rounds as we talk about Just Cause 3, The Great Holiday Baking Show, seeing The Empire Strikes Back on the big screen, Baskin Robbins Star Wars ice cream cakes, Magic Mike XXL and, yes, more Fallout 4.
This week: Bill unboxes just-delivered new Star Wars action figures while Anne ponders why there aren’t special/deeper relationships to explore in character-centric RPGs (Dragon Age and Shadowrun in particular). Also, lots of Mad Max (the game), Metal Gear Solid V, Animaniacs and Oculus/Samsung VR talk, along with a rambling plug for Bill’s new podcast […]
It’s Anne’s last show as a single woman (well, technically), and since she’s been too busy with wedding planning to play or watch anything, Bill’s ready to yap about Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Big Trouble in Little China and Splatoon’s Splatfest.
In The Geek Week News In Review: E3 leaks, news and […]
This week: Bill fidgets about the end of Star Wars: Rebels, the old Star Trek movies and bitches about Agent Carter while Anne continues to grapple with The Order: 1886 and then dishes about The Last Man On Earth and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze before we Voltron together with Foley to gush about […]
Anne’s out of town again this week, so listeners Daniel “The Grumpy Turtle” Rutis and Scott “Cannon Heart” Douglas have stepped into her shoes to talk with Bill about memories of past console launches and our favorite (and least favorite) games of the Xbox 360, Wii and PS3 generation of videogames.