Photo by Krista John Vanover joins us in the Fourth Chair this week to spend the 99 Jeegbucks we've each earned as our Nerd Lunch appearance fee. The catch is those bucks can only be spent in the online store assigned to us by another member of the podcast panel. Listen to find [...]
On this episode of Nerd Lunch the guys are joined by William Bruce West to create a University based on the podcast. We talk about a location, a mascot, and we round table our ideas for classes and professors. It's a fun discussion we think you'll enjoy.
Tim Lybarger from The Neighborhood Archive joins us in the Fourth Chair this week to discuss Won't You Be My Neighbor?, the recent Fred Rogers documentary. We touch on our history with Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, anticipation for the film, favorite elements, and how we were affected by it all. Listen in to find out why [...]
This week on the show, we welcome back Jason Gross from Rediscoverthe80s.com and we decide to each form our own Space Forces using a draft. The catch this time is that picking a character for our team completely removes that character's franchise from the board for future picks. So we get pretty deep on this [...]
Pax came to Tallahassee to visit CT and it required a podcast being recorded. So they talked about their day together and along the way talked about bathrooms, GeoStorm, Muppets, pizza and a local diner.
On this episode we are joined by Christian Nielsen and Shawn Robare to select 16 video arcade games that need to go into the Nerd Lunch Video Arcade Museum. Does your favorite make it? Probably not.
Jay from The Sexy Armpit and The Purple Stuff podcast joins the Rabbit Hole crew. In doing so, Jay complete the "Nerd Lunch Grand Slam" and to celebrate, they pick pages that are purple.
The Internet has been buzzing and nerds everywhere have an opinion, but the wait for the definitive take is now over. This week we welcome back Michael May to break down the tentpole film Solo. Enjoy the type of analysis that only the Nerd Lunch crew can provide. SaveSave
We all know the trope of all the R-Rated movies that were adapted into kids cartoons; Robocop, Police Academy, Rambo, etc. This week we are reversing that. We all pick an 80s cartoon and adapt an R-Rated movie out of the show's concept. With guest Mike Downs from The Atomic Geeks
The Rabbit Hole crew welcomes back Jonathan DeMuth and they ASSEMBLE a team of Avengers using their links choices from the Marvel Wiki. PLEASE NOTE: This episode contains copious amounts of Avengers: Infinity War spoilers for no good reason.