Alastair McFly and Joel get the podcast up to 88 miles an hour and time travel Back To The Future, discussing the iconic trilogy celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Brockett and Joel chat about Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Season 7, (Spoiler free. First impressions.) and discuss more Star Wars lore from listener email.
Lou is back again with recommendations for stay-at-home horror enthusiasts and kind hearted millionaires. Joel rewatched The Rise of Skywalker and has been wondering around Azeroth during The Third War.
Lou is here to take the kink out of stand up comedy routines as old as fossils while Joel, as promised, has watched the rest of the Jurassic film franchise.
Get comfortable in your brand new office chair because Megan is here to cultivate, renovate, educate, and turn a turnip profit with Animal Crossing, one of the most popular games on the planet right now.
Brockett finally reveals his full Nerd Mount Rushmore! Joel is living in the past, twenty-seven years – give or take one hundred and fifty million – while Brockett is on the run for the Borderlands 3.
Lou has been spending a lot of time in Persona 5 Royal and is here to educate our mind palaces and Joel has been on an epic adventure along side two elf brothers in Pixar’s Onward.
Alastair McFly beams aboard to discuss the full season, and season finale of Star Trek: Picard. Plus, Some Good News and daily sonnets.
Joel is joined by Jonny (Pixlriffs) and Megan for a Dungeons & Dragons roundtable where they talk about new Dungeon Master Jonny’s first steps in the table top experience and Megan’s stories of Adventurers League and various dungeon groups.
Lou is here to let you know that Castlevania on Netflix does not suck but you’ll have to make up your own mind on the latest Altered Carbon. Joel has art book picks from Derek Laufman and Jake Parker.
Megan is back to have a spoiler filled discussion with Joel about Titans, Season 2, Brockett submits an email request to rank our favourite villain actors, and LEGO has proclaimed, this is the way.
Megan is here for a different kind of episode where she chats with Joel about Twitch streaming and tech, fantasy world building and what four fictional characters would make it on to our nerd universe Mount Rushmore. It’s harder than you think!
Brockett catches up with the cafe water cooler talk, chiming in with some additional thoughts on Star Wars Rebels, The Clone Wars, and where the Star Wars universe may take us next. Joel has found a number of Netflix offerings to be a slog.
Lou is back with a tale of a recent trip and his thoughts on Locke and Key on Netflix. Joel has returned to The Expanse and has a space themed LEGO set to share.
Alastair and Joel discuss the first three episodes of Star Trek: Picard and the stark difference in writing between the CW “Arrowverse” and Titans on Netflix. Plus, baby yoda email.
Megan and Joel kick off the show with listener email about geekdom gatekeepers and the Black Widow teaser trailer before letting loth wolves guide them through the final season of of Star Wars: Rebels.
The long awaited conversation about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is here. Joel is joined by Pixlriffs to try to dissect the complicated opinions about Episode IX. Plus, a full look at The Mandalorian and an extended Barista Cut episode for Patrons.
Megan sinks her teeth into the original Netflix take on Dracula while Joel grabs his blaster and heads off to take on Grand Admiral Thrawn in Star Wars: Rebels. Plus, City Trees green tech out of Germany.
Megan is here to kick off the new year with stories of epic digital feline fails in Cats, The Witcher has watched Joel, no wait, that goes the other way around. New Star Wars coming to Disney+ after a holiday break hopefully as Satisfactory as Joel’s.
It’s time for the annual holiday roundtable! Joel is joined by Ryan Murphy, Brockett Vola, Megan Townshend and Alastair McFly to chat about avoiding Star Wars spoilers, holiday plans and our nerdy highlights from the past decade.
Lou has his Knives Out, ready to talk about his endurance in Disco Elysium, Joel has been checking off The Black List, Season 5, and Lou is adding an expansion pack.
Joel is joined by Stephen Sharkey-Chouinard to fully dissect the third season of The Dragon Prince. [Definitely Spoilers!] Stephen has a new webcomic, Big Salty Pond, and Joel is a bit frustrated with the space-base building mechanics in No Man’s Sky.
Joel is only two episodes in, but Megan is here to discuss The Dragon Prince, Season 3 [No Spoilers] and how it compares to previous seasons. Joel is still flying high in No Man’s Sky, despite some less than stellar inconsistencies.
Brockett is here to talk about the noir experience of watching Watchmen on HBO. Joel has launched a lean-back an adventure in No Man’s Sky and while he’s not king of the cosmos (yet) The Crown is ruling over the available drama on Netflix.