Jeeg, Robert Zerbe, and Michael May look back on some of their favorite movies, TV shows, and books from 2019 while also predicting what their favorites of 2020 might be. They also make some pop culture resolutions and maybe even a Nerdstradamus prediction or three.
CT and Jeeg run down the results from the Nerdstradamus 2019 predictions and crown our last ever Nerdstradamus Champion. After that Pax crashes the show and the plans for the home stretch of Nerd Lunch are revealed.
Michael Digiovanni returns to the Fourth Chair for one last Christmas sleigh ride. To bring everything full circle with Digio, this year we redo Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Should this sequel have been a fairy tale in New York? Was Mr. Duncan a ghost or should he be? And who the hell [...]
For this final installment in the Nerd Lunch Ninja Day series, we are joined by Evan Hanson and Jon Cross to discuss the first two movies in the American Ninja franchise starring Michael Dudikoff and Steve James.
Four topics, one drilldown. What could possibly go wrong? Join Doug Frye, Jeeg, Pax, and CT in the Nerd Lunch Labs for yet another experiment in podcasting.
Photo by Marco Verch Jeeg, CT, Brad Sammut, Adam Pope, Josh Monken, and the unseen hand of Pax conduct a tournament to crown the best third movie (threequel) of all time.
Jeeg and Pax are joined by Jay and Robert Zerbe to create our own Halloween themed restaurants.
Ned Lurch returns for the final time as the Nerd Lunch Podcast crew welcomes William Bruce West and they come up with the "WORST ACTION FIGURE LINE EVER."
On this episode of Nerd Lunch Jeeg and Pax are joined by Dubba and Tim Lybarger to draft our own football teams with players from movies and TV.
It's the first ever Nerd Lunch commentary / watchalong episode as Jeeg, CT, and Pax take in the Italian superhero flick They Call Me Jeeg. Toxic waste, sparkly shirts, abandoned streets, and pudding cups; this movie has it all. Fire up a video stream and join the nerds for one of their worst ideas ever.