Month: January 2020

55: Definitely Indefinite

Luke demands an explanation and promptly rejects it, Hannah has not committed any crimes but seeks Luke's advice and seriously, why hasn't Disney just hired Luke already?

By the way, if any listeners can control rats with their mind, we want to hear from you.

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349: The Ultimate DP

Matt's not here this week, but when he returns next week it's his turn to have some Dick News of his own. Luke and Dan chat about their dicks, video games, and Star Wars. So, pretty much business as usual.

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54: Stuck in the Middle(tooth) with You

2020 is officially the Year that Luke Delivers. This week Steph from Nerdazons joins us to nerd out over some upcoming movies. Meanwhile, Hannah learns that Doom and Dune are two separate things (who knew?) and Luke continues his boycott of the latest Little Women. Like Johnny Depp, Luke is Team Wynonna Forever

Spotify: Nerdazons

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348: Scent Of A Woman

This week Dan has a sexy story and Gwyneth Paltrow has released a candle that smells like… well you'll have to listen to find out. Significantly less Star Wars news than usual this week since we're not

sure we even like it anymore.

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53: “Shhh… Let this happen.”

Hannah has not been fired and Luke definitely has more than two friends. Join us for life lessons from Hannah's father, a discussion about the hot new game “jee-tav” and a moral discussion on whether guns should be in all games or just the good ones.

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52: Kirby’s Dream Holiday

This week sees the shocking news that Luke is retiring from competitive Fortnite, Erin has been playing some retro Kirby.

Planning also begins for the Multiple Nerdgasm trip to Disneyland so Luke can build a $200 lightsaber.

And just because here is a Steam key for Crash Bandicoot N Sans Trilogy. Only the one so best be fast to use it.


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The Outer Worlds


The Outer Worlds might be my game of the year. It’s got everything I like in a game and little if anything that I dislike. The gameplay is similar to the more recent Fallout games which makes sense since Obsidian made Fallout: New Vegas – possibly my favorite installment in that series. The explorable areas in The Outer Worlds are smaller than a Fallout or Skyrim, which I actually quite enjoyed because it made the game feel more focused and less overwhelming than some open world games.

The story is funny and compelling, a really great blend of soft sci-fi

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