Lou joins Joel to talk about the launch of Disney+ in the US and Canada, first impressions of The Mandalorian [NO SPOILERS] and what to expect from Steam sales heading into the holidays.
Megan is back and seeing double Paul Rudd in Living With Yourself. Joel went to hell and back in Hellboy (2019) but has no bones to pick about a new LEGO Ideas play set.
Megan and Joel spend the episode talking about the fun-filled weekend at the Hal-Con sci-fi and fantasy convention this past weekend. From behind the vendor table to connecting with other content creators, and chatting with nerdy friends, new and old.
Brockett keeps the confection flowing with #CandyOfThisDay 2019, Joel talks American Gods – like Kevin Feige – and Brockett slashes through some quick horror hits. Thunderbolt and lightning, very, very frightening.
Megan has ‘little hope’ for the future of The Dark Pictures Anthology after her review of Man of Medan. (Spoilers!) Joel is feeling a little ill after hanging with The Boys on Amazon Prime Video. We get a little political, recommending the Party Lines podcast, and LEGO tries to destroy our wallets.
Joel has been whisked away to Carnival Row and the creation myths behind World of Warcraft Chronicle. Lou has some serious thoughts about zombies, alligators, and… a fried chicken dating simulator. Buckle up, this is going to get weird.
Megan is back to share her experience performing in the Halifax Fringe Festival in the play, Safe, while Joel has been adventuring in the immersive and imaginative world of Thra in The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
Megan joins Joel to wax nostalgic about Teldrassil and early adventures in Elwyn Forest, wondering if they have the time to get back into World of Warcraft Classic. Megan raises her Sword of Protection and highly recommends She-Ra and Joel shares a local backpack beagle.
Alastair stops by the cafe to talk about The Orville and the future of our beloved Spider-man. Joel has returned to The Expanse and has some Canadian conservation news to share before we all get sucked into a black hole.
Lou is back from vacation to talk about The Boys, currently on Amazon Prime, Joel is excited about the new No Man’s Sky Beyond release and is working on his own pre-launch sequence, building a new PC.
Joel and Megan discuss real life hoverboards, Another Life on Netflix, Safe in the Halifax Fringe Festival, and LEGO tree houses.
Megan and Joel talk about a ton of great, nerd news coming out of San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend and barely scratch the surface. Star Trek: Picard, The Witcher, The Dark Crystal, Top Gun: Maverick and more!
Megan pulls up a chair in the cafe to beat the heat and talk about Euphoria, and her personal project The Heir of Keldonan. Joel has been out hiking but enjoying some down time with 3 Below, Season 2 on Netflix.
Lou the adventurer pulls up a chair at the cafe to talk about Pathfinder: Kingmaker and the many paths of Gloomhaven. Joel has been watching Stranger Things 3 (NO SPOILERS) and enjoying independent art books.
Megan is back to talk about cyborgs and cringe worthy eighteenth century Scotland. Joel has been wrestling with werewolves and vampires but also enjoying trip to Brooklyn.
After some doom and gloom about climate change, Megan and Joel lighten the mood and talk about Good Omens on Amazon Prime, John Mulaney on Netflix, and Liziqi on YouTube.
Brockett Vola is here with another list for Pass or Play as we share first impressions of upcoming film and television. Joel stops time to talk about The Age of Adeline and Brockett has books and anime to recommend.
Lou and Joel talk about the news on games and gaming related services coming out of E3 this week. Lou has been watching the DC spinoff series, Doom Patrol and Joel has been taking lessons in Practical Demonkeeping.
Megan and Joel are joined by Jonny (Pixlriffs) as they shrink their thoughts on Avengers: Endgame into a single podcast.
And now our watch has ended. Megan and Joel sit down to try to digest the season and series finale of Game of Thrones. It’s a sad day on The Citadel Cafe, but not for the reasons it should be.
Lou swoops in to try to talk Joel back from the edge of madness as they discuss the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones.
Megan Townshend is here to dissect the fourth episode of Game of Thrones this season “The Last of the Starks”. They say if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all, but that would make for a pretty boring podcast.
Ryan Murphy is here to share his thoughts on one of the most pivotal episodes of Game of Thrones to date, Joel shares his, likely unpopular opinions, and we talk about where we think Westeros is headed after The Battle of Winterfell.
Megan is back and here to talk a bit about YouTube and growing media communities before we move on to discuss the themes, character development, and prelude to the Battle of Winterfell in Episode 2 of Game of Thrones.