Joe discovers that Allan and Brandon don’t have microwaves, then Brandon, complete with tech issues, boldly leads the conversation on haunted attractions and the level of special effects in use today. Bad Geek Confessions makes a return to the show. They wrap up with William Shatner goes to space and how Star Trek has changed the world.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan dive into the new “Dune” trailer, William Shatner headed into space, and more Halloween talk. John Dee, Cortez, Aztecs, smoking mirrors, the Victorian age, and more all gets tossed on the holiday table. The guys wrap up with a character from their past as they get a visit from Dr. Judgementor.
While Brandon is MIA, Joe, Allan , and Max tackle some of Joe’s concerns on the upcoming comic book based movies. Then they dive into setting the scene for the changes in the month of October, harvest season, and the thinning of the veil between our world and the supernatural.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan get to wonder if the new car by Tesla will have a steering wheel. The release of Star Wars: Visions takes the guys on side trip into the many styles of Anime and the growing number of works worth watching. Then, they wrap up with live person version of the classic video game Frogger. Would you want to play?
Recorded live at the 33rd Cooper Young Festival, join Joe, Brandon, and Allan as they dive into the wonders that make up the Memphis arts, theatre, crafts, and food scenes.
Allan and Brandon welcome The Amazing Mr. Roberts and Squirt from “The Adventures of Tadpole and Squirt” to the show as they talk about the geekiness from the past that makes us happy. Toys, shows, and memorabilia are all topics to reminisce about.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan chat about the change in the weather. Halloween is coming soon. Cosplay gets a lot easier as the temp goes down. Then they get down to business and look forward to The Batman. The discussion moves to villains, makeup, costume design, wrapping up on acting ability versus on-screen presence.
Joe gets Brandon and Allan into a roundtable about the new Marvel series “What If” and the impending multiverse films. Then the guys tackle the idea of teaching history through video game formats.
Producer Max introduces Brandon, Joe, and Allan the amazing world of mushroom music. Allan takes them all a bit deeper into the world of fungus. Joe weighs in on his experiences with online anger and misinformation. Brandon wraps up with a season review of “The Bad Batch”.
Brandon is on location at the Covington Comic Con. Allan convinces Joe of the significance of the 35th anniversary of the Jim Henson classic “Labyrinth”. Then they discuss where and or what food will be made of in the near future.