Greetings, fellow geeks and nerds! We hope you all are fairing well out there right now. Things at the moment are…quite strange, to say the least. So we put together an episode for you that might help you make it through this “Social Distancing” period that we are all having to endure.
We are back for part 2 of our Better Call Saul series, where we dive into season 4 of the hit show on AMC! Join us as we chat about the highlights of S4, as well as some of our favorite moments, and then do a bit of speculation on the future of Better Call Saul.
David is joined by his good friend Zack Wills to begin the first of a 2-part series on the AMC show Better Call Saul. During our spoiler-free discussion, we touch on a few broad talking points such as things that make Better Call Saul an incredibly unique and amazing show, some of our favorite aspects of the show, and how well we think it stacks up to its big brother, Breaking Bad.
The podcast welcomes three amazing artists who have an artistic style that is heavily influenced by anime: Miser, Rachel, and Zailey. We had the pleasure of meeting and working alongside these ladies in the Artist Alley at GalaxyCon Louisville, back in November 2019.
For our very first Star Trek episode, we take a look at the history of the long-running show, it’s cultural impact on both nerd-based and regular society, and ask serious questions such as “What’s the best iteration of Star Trek, and why is it The Next Generation?”
We are now officially past the halfway point of season 8, which will conclude Game of Thrones. And man, is it going to be a sad day when this wonderful, amazing fantasy world comes to a close.
For this episode, we’re taking a quick break from our #RoadToMTAC2019 series to discuss Netflix’s sci-fi animated anthology series “Love, Death + Robots”. Ted White joins the podcast once again to take a deep-dive into the first season of the series, and go through it episode by episode to discuss things like varying animation styles, concepts/theories, and of course all of the gritty-ness that the show has to offer.
Hello! Today we welcome back Jaime Bruder and Catie Fenley (featured on Episode #14), to discuss HBO Original Series. We broke this episode into 3 segments:
Segment 1 (4:03): We discuss the “special sauce” the HBO uses for its original series to make them so great.
Segment 2 (15:30): We throw out our top 3 favorite series, as well as some of our honorable mentions.
Segment 3 (51:10): We wrap up the episode by “pitching” a series that one of us hasn’t seen before. Catie pitches The Sopranos to David, David pitches Six Feet Under to Jaime, and Jaime pitches Girls to…well…basically you guys, since all three of us have already seen the show.
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In our latest episode, David welcomes back Catie Fenley, who helped out on Episode #08 where we discussed The Office and Parks & Rec. David also welcomes for the first time on the podcast Jaime Bruder and Mark Conwell. During our discussion, we touch on many different topics, such as some of the big reveals we saw from this season, popular fan theories floating around on the internet, and our predictions for the eighth and final season.
P.S. We are very sorry about the audio quality. Someone made a boo boo (cough cough David).
“It’s bigger on the inside.” “Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey.” “Don’t blink.” Do any of these quotes confuse the hell out of you? Because they certainly have that effect on me. Today we talk with Lindsay Cobb-Dassau (sister-in-law to David) to get the low-down on the basics of Doctor Who. Our hope is that, after this episode, you will have a better understanding of the show, and why it’s so damn popular.