A few years ago on this podcast, we had a little debate about Voyager. Some people expressed some opinions which in retrospect are pretty surprising, maybe even regrettable. We thought you might enjoy a look back before listening to our new episode. So be warned- the “Previously On” of this podcast is old material.
The gang brings on a special guest with his own special guest to discuss all things Star Trek: Voyager. The dizzying highs! The terrifying lows! The creamy middles! Etc.
The gang returns to argue and punch over a full decade of Nerdy movie choices. Will your fave or least fave be among them? And will the mysterious Yehudah Review return triumphantly one last time? Tune in to find out!
The gang returns for their own endgame – reviewing Avengers: Endgame. On the docket are such gems as The Yehudah Review, Defending Time Travel, How Thanos Actually Sucks, and what works (most of it) and what doesn’t (just a little bit of it).
The gang reunites to discuss the old predictions of comic book movies to 2020 to see how wrong we were and how wrong we’ll be. After that, it’s a quick jaunt back to 2017 to discuss and vote on the nerdiest movie of 2017! With a surprise ending.
The gang returns after a long break to spoil, discuss, argue, and rank Avengers: Infinity War.
The gang returns to blabber, argue, and discuss the latest big nerd movie Star Wars: The Last Jedi. True story!
The gang returns to catch up two of the better comic book movies from this year and try to figure out which was better: Wonder Woman or Guardians of the Galaxy 2?
In part two, J and B take a road trip and have a fun, Internet free discussion of the bizarre, brilliant big metafictional graphic novel Animal Man by Grant Morrison.
J and B take a road trip and have a fun, Internet free discussion of the amazing Netflix show Glow! The actress we stupidly forgot the name of is the fantastic Betty Gilpin, who had an award worthy performance in the show.
The boys argue about the latest television show of nerdy note: American Gods. And shocker: We don’t entirely agree on everything! Join for a near two hour discussion of everything from Gaiman to Grossman.