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.
Brockett and Joel unpack the season premiere of the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. Full of spoilers, theories, praise and criticism as we begin to see story threads tie together.
Lou is here to share his love for The Rookie and chime in on Love, Death + Robots, while Joel is here to proclaim his love of the Netflix documentary series, Our Planet. Plus, a bonus Barista Cut about video games.
Taudriel is back in the cafe to talk about more Love, Death + Robots, plus what she’s been playing on Twitch and a few thoughts on VR.
Humans Megan and Joel discuss some of the shorts from the Netflix original animated anthology Love, Death + Robots. Hold on to your lug nuts, this episode is definitely not safe for work!
Alastair McFly joins Joel to talk trailers as we take a look at some of the biggest films and series currently playing or coming soon to a screen of your choosing.
Lou and Joel give their spoiler free thoughts on Captain Marvel. Lou gets dramatic about A Million Little Things and Joel wants to have an efficient existence in Satisfactory. Be sure to check out our special Barista Cut of episode 309 for a full spoiler chat on Captain Marvel on our Patreon page.
After a rant about the technical difficulties of being a content creator, Megan and Joel have a long discussion about the latter half of the Harry Potter film series, The Order of the Phoenix, The Half Blood Prince, and The Deathly Hallows.
Megan is back to talk a little Minecraft research and share her first impressions of The Dragon Prince while Joel finally saw – and loved – Ralph Breaks the Internet. Plus, Patreon and Twitch streaming news!
Megan and Joel talk Dungeons and Dragons and reminisce about their favourite MMOs. Joel has been watching The Dragon Prince, Season 2 and Megan has been watching The Umbrella Academy.
Megan is back to talk about Carmen Sandiego and Swtiched, on Netflix and Joel is oddly half way through two very different films, First Man and LEGO Batman.
Megan Townshend is back to tear apart Titans on Netflix. Spoilers ahead! Joel tried to watch Ready Player One and thinks everyone should follow Erin Sullivan, @ErinOutdoors, on Instagram.
Megan is here to talk Sex Education, the Netflix show. (NSFW warning!) Joel lands harder on Lando on a second viewing of Solo, A Star Wars Story, and has just discovered Inmost, an spooky looking, beautifully animated, indie platform game.
Lou web slings his way into convincing you that Spider-man: Into The Spider-Verse is worth seeing twice, and that Bumblebee is a safe bet while Joel shares his initial thoughts on the first episodes of Titans.
Joel and Stephen take a look at 3Below: Tales of Arcadia, the latest instalment of the trilogy of animated series from DreamWorks and Guillermo Del Toro. Plus, Hytale is coming and Joel shares a free voxel art tool.
Celebrating 300 episodes with a full house! Brockett, Megan, Ryan and Lou are here to talk about our favourite geeky entertainment form the past year, and what we are all looking forward to in 2019.
Lou and Joel look forward to the light at the end of the winter darkness with the release of new trailers for Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel.
John Funk regenerates into the cafe to talk about everything from Alita: Battle Angel anime and our cyberpunk futures to our hopes for Ralph Breaks The Internet and Joel saw Incredibles 2.