Thursday, October 30, 2014

Episode #63 - "The Terror of Lunch Meat" - Show Notes

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Alternate Titles: "It's Totally About Girth" or "Hat Trick of Failure"
  • Tonight's Beverages: Simple Times Pilsner (Dirk); Kentucky Ballslap (Otto).
  • Announcement of how we're switching to a podcast-first delivery schedule.
  • J.Law's scolding of Otto looking at her pictures.
  • Otto finally joins the Smartphone Generation.
  • The Emma Stone in Cabaret promo photo:
  • The Subway commercial with Amy Okuda (Tinkerballa on The Guild):
  • Music by Nash the Slash - "Dead Man's Curve" (embedding was disabled)
  • Discussion of this NERDGASM!!!
  • Who is the mystery woman (3rd from left, next to Thor) in this shot?
  • Discussion of DC's announcement of movies out through 2020.
  • We talk about this chart. That's a lot of nerd movies.
  • Correction: John August was working on a Shazam script, not The Flash as Dirk mentioned.
  • Jena Malone to play Robin in Batman v Superman: This Title Is Ridonkulous? (Will the leaker be fined $5M?)
  • Fact Check: Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns came out in 1986.
  • Otto presents presented for Dirk and Hermione. The Prefect badge:
  • Otto reports on 24th Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios in Florida.
  • Sample El Rey promo with that announcer guy:
  • Dirk explains Sleepy Hollow to Otto.
  • Otto reports on Walker Stalker Con Atlanta.
  • The Walking Dead's Madison Lintz receiving her Creepy 'n' Cute Shop portrait doll:
  • Otto with The Walking Dead makeup maestro Greg Nicotero:
  • Part of the 2.5 Guys show that distracted us:
  • Discussion of the first two episodes of Season 5 of The Walking Dead. (Warning: Serious 4th wall failures contained within.)
  • Quick talk about Gotham, The Flash, Dirk's friends on The Amazing Race, and why the Machine on Person of Interest doesn't specify whether numbers are perps or victims, courtesy of this Nerdist Writers Panel podcast.
  • Definition of Panopticon.
  • A good explanation of the "vocaloid" J-Pop star Hatsune Miko, who appeared on David Letterman recently and opened for Lady Gaga.
  • Nicholas Brendan (Xander on Buffy the Vampire Slayer) got arrested.
  • Stephen Collins is accused of child molestation.
  • The Letterman Top 10 list we stopped to watch:
  • Renee Zellweger's new face.
  • Penelope Cruz is Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive for 2014.
  • Mix magazine's piece on the recording of "Don't Stop Believin'."
  • A preview of next episode's planned coverage of GamerGate.

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