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Welcome to Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek related with a focus on comic book adaptations for television and the big screen.

November 15, 2018

Episode 137 - I’m the Man, Stan!

Welcome to Episode 137 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week, the Geeks (Mitch, Jeff, Jake and Matt Orrin) are back in the space inhabited by Sexpot Comedy, right above Mutiny Information Cafe, for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

The Man known for bringing us many of our favorite Marvel comic book characters, Stan Lee, has finally left this mortal coil.  He passed away on the day we recorded this episode, and we gave him a rightful tribute.  We talked about our favorite characters, his impact on the comic world, and which was his best Marvel movie cameo.  Which is your favorite?  We also talked about the haters out there, those that talk trash about him.  We acknowledge that some people, such as Steve Ditko, might have gotten a raw deal.  No one is perfect, especially Stan Lee, but his contributions cannot be ignored.  

Afterwards, we went to our usual discussions about what we are watching.  Gifted has been pretty great lately, with a loss of a pretty cool character.  The CW shows have been good also, though it is hard to imagine that Arrow is top of the heap again!  Even though it isn't on CW, Sabrina is tied to the universe.  They have been getting some heat lately as the Satanic Temple is suing them over use of a statue.  

Disney is still working on their streaming service, set to release next year.  It sounds like their programming is gonna be pretty nuts!  Star wars shows, Marvel shows featuring Loki and Scarlet Witch.  Sounds like one more service we'll need to be subscribers of!  In the meantime, Disney has new Duck Tales episodes available and they are HIGHLY recommended.  That show is so good for all ages, and hopefully they'll put it on the streaming service.  

Speaking of streaming services, DC Universe has been killing it lately.  The live action Titans show has been a lot of fun, and a little dark.  This last episode introduces a NEW Robin, presumably Jason Todd.  We cannot wait to see how the two Robins interact.  Will Dick finally take on the mantle of Nightwing, or does he still need time?  If you haven't watched the show yet, you really should.  They also introduced the Doom Patrol, who are set to get their own show. 

We finish up with movie talk starting with Creed 2, the next movie in the Rocky universe.  How many Rocky movies does that make it?  We list them all, as well as our favorite parts and also our favorite of the movies.  Do you prefer Rocky 3, with Clubber Lang, or Ivan Drago, in Rocky 4?  We also talk about the next monster movie in the making, Godzilla vs King Kong.  That should be very exciting! 

Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5-Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to, and review, us on iTunes and you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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November 2, 2018

Episode 136 - The Daily Bog

Welcome to Episode 136 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week, the full assemblage of Geeks (Mitch, Jeff, Nate, Jake and Matt Orrin) are in the nether region of Mutiny Information Cafe, for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

 

Daredevil is out on Netflix, and more of us have been watching.  We talk more about the second season, focusing on the great acting and choreography.  The Marvel Netflix shows have great villains and supporting characters.   Speaking of supporting characters, Dave Bautista has done an awesome job, especially as Drax in Guardians.  He was also a real good wrestler and apparently a really cool, shy, guy as demonstrated on a different podcast some of us listen to. We started talking about other wrestlers and how they came off in their day.  Whats your oldest memory of wrestlers when you first started following?  Possibly as a sign of the times, WE Geeks got political.  Do you think its OK that the WWE is still doing their show in Saudia Arabia?  We talk about the possible implications.  Tell us what you think.

Our TV shows are back in full swing, and we talked about them.  John Constantine, played by actor Matt Ryan, is starting to shine for DC.  He's a regular on Legends of Tomorrow, and he's doing the voice for animated shows.  Will he appear on the new Swamp Thing show, soon to hit the DC Universe service?  Will they connect those shows to the CW?   Stay tuned to find out!

If you haven't already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5-Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to, and review, us on iTunes and you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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October 25, 2018

Episode 135 - Mary Ponzi Scheme

Welcome to Episode 135 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week the Geeks (Mitch, Jeff, Nate, Jake and Matt Orrin) are joined by Monica Nevi, a comic and film maker based out of Los Angeles, at the Sexpot Comedy Studios located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

Monica, much like Jeff, is a big basketball fan so we talked a lot about the NBA and the WNBA.  We talked about the greatness of old teams, the movement of teams like the Seattle Supersonics, and her documentary webseries 80 for 80. On it, she interviews octogenarians with sports related questions.   Well, you can't talk about sports, like basketball, without mentioning Space Jam.  Monica shared her favorite line from that movie, which involved a conversation between Bill Murray and Michael Jordan.  Could we see more basketball related movies, or TV shows?  Maybe we could get a new channel, such as The CWNBA?  

Daredevil season 3 has been released on Netflix and the man with no fear definitely doesn't disappoint this time around, neither does Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk.  This all happened at the same time that Netflix dropped Iron Fist, and Luke Cage, from their roster of shows.  The last came as a surprise to all, and we throw our thoughts out on why this happened.  Is it because of Disney releasing their own streaming service in the near future?  Does it have to do with ratings?  Listen to find out.

Matt Orrin just got back from the Telluride Horror Show, a horror film festival set in one of the most beautiful parts of Colorado, and talks about the fun times he had.  He met Stephen Chiodo, director of Killer Klowns from Outer Space, and even hung out with him over the weekend.  They were Festies!  There were a lot of fun, and some scary, movies at the fest and they talked about one call Mega Time Squad, which allows a person with the cursed amulet to create a copy of himself and go back in time.  Not exactly like Madrox, the Multiple Man, but that led to interesting conversations about him.  How many copies can he make of himself, and does he lose strength and power with each copy?  If you could copy yourself, how many would YOU need to get through each day?  We put the magic number at around 3-4 copies.  

We finish up with the regular topics, such as CW shows, comic books, new movies, and Clint Howard.  We also talk about the new Halloween movie, which Nate saw and enjoyed.  He talks about it but there are no big spoilers.  

 

If you havent already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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October 15, 2018

Episode 134 - Fins of Anarchy

Welcome to Episode 134 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week the Geeks (Mitch, Jake and Matt Orrin) are joined by Apples, a Comedian from northern Colorado, at the Sexpot Comedy Studios located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe, for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

 

Venom is in theatres and some of us went to see it with funny man Apples.  Can they make an entertaining, functional Spider-man based "villian" film without the webslinging hero?  It appears that they did!  We all pretty much liked it, though it had some trouble spots.  It seemed no one dug the Eminem song at the end, but you decide for yourself.  However, it is top of the box office for two weeks in a row, so it might have staying power...like a turd in the wind.  

We couldn't just talk about Venom, as there is a WHOLE world of content out there! Some of it is spooky, like clowns.  We talked about that clown from Poltergeist and Apples taking Mitch ghost hunting.  Listen to hear what they found on their hunt.  We also created a new show, Poltergeists & Pies which has the participant baking for a spirit, trying to figure out what baked good they might want.  

Onto the DC Universe, we talked about the new Aquaman trailer and Jake noticed Sea Bikers, riding on giant sea horses.  Fins of Anarchy!  Also, James Gunn seems to be coming over to DC to work on Suicide Squad.  This could be very exciting if it really happens.  Titans is now officially out on DC Universe streaming service, so make sure to check THAT out!

Apples is apparently a big Transformers fan, from back in the day, so we needed to talk about that Bumblebee trailer.  Its weird having a movie about a peripheral character, but we will say that the old-school look of robots was great!  Bumblebeem, Soundwave and Optimus Prime look like they should, and that makes this very exciting.  The original Michael Bay Transformers movies have merit but this new movie seems to lack the Bay-os of those films.  

If you havent already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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September 30, 2018

Episode 133 - Ted’s Dead, Baby…Ted’s Dead!

Welcome to Episode 133 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week the Geeks (Mitch, Nate, Jake and Matt Orrin) recorded at the Sexpot Comedy Studios, located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe, for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

The conversation always seems to come back to Batman.  We brought up the Dark Knight multiple times on this episode, in different contexts.  I guess with him exposing himself in comics, he is BIG news!  Though you might see the Bat-dong in comics, you definitely won't see it in the new Titans show coming to our new favorite streaming service, DC Universe.  However, it appears that Batman will appear in the show and we saw pics of his potential suit.  We're excited for Titans, especially since we know that Dick Grayson meets Jason Todd.  Can there be two simultaneous Robins in the Bat-world?

Speaking of Batman (see??), we've been watching more of Batman: Brave and the Bold.  That show is awesome, as is Diedrich Bader's voice work.  The format of the show and the characters really make it excel.  Is it as good as the Animated Series?  Some would say it is, but in a different way.  BTW, you can catch Batman:TAS on DC Universe in HD, along with a bunch of really cool stuff.  We talked more about the old Flash show and then into which is our favorite Flash?  Do you prefer Barry Allen on the CW, Wally West from the Justice League cartoon, or even Wally from Young Justice?  There are many to choose from in the Multiverse...what's YOUR choice?

Our TV shows are coming back soon, with Gifted already out.  Things are getting hot on that show, and we suspect they might do a House of M type situation.  It also seems that the Dad is getting his powers back and, since he is a Von Strucker, he could be pretty powerful. The CW shows are back in October, and the this year's crossover, called Elseworlds, sounds like it will be AMAZING!!  We should see Batwoman, Lois Lane, and Superman and Nora Fries (wife of Dr. Freeze)!  Stay tuned for that to drop in early December.  

Looking for good shows to binge on Netflix?  American Vandal sounds real good, and Jake speaks highly of it especially the second season.  The first season is about a film crew solving the mystery of a vandal that draws dicks everywhere, and the second season is about the Mad Pooper, someone who commits a prank that forces the whole school to have bad diarrhea at the same time causing a panic.  Maybe they did it for revenge?  Watch to find out.  Speaking of revenge, Nate talks about Mandy, the new Nicholas Cage film.  He highly recommends it.  

 

If you havent already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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September 21, 2018

Episode 132 - The Hammer of Justice is Unisex

Welcome to Episode 132 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week the Geeks (Mitch, Jeff, Jake and Matt Orrin) recorded at the Sexpot Comedy Studios, located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe, for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

Batman was a HUGE part of our conversation this week, specifically his lower region.  A new iteration of Batman, geared towards a slightly more mature audience, features the Bat-dong and Jake tells us how big it is.  He makes it seem as if it was as big as Dr. Manhattan's in the Watchmen movie, but hopefully it's not blue.  Imagine the cod piece he'd have to wear.  Fortunately, he has Wayne Tech to create all of the goodies he needs to fight crime.  Especially when its criminals that use THAT technology to commit the crime!  Then again, he couldn't be his best with his trusty manservant, Alfred.  Matt Orrin thinks Batman could never marry another person because he already has a life partner in Alfred.  What are your thoughts?

We then talked some Superman, because of the rumors that Henry Cavill is moving on from DCEU.  Nothing has been confirmed, except that negotiations regarding a cameo in the upcoming Shazam movie aren't working.  There have also been talks about Michael B. Jordan possibly being cast as the Man of Steel.  We think Jon Hamm would make a good Superman, but it would depend on what timeline we are looking at and the context.
Michael b Jordan casting rumors.  The DCUniverse streaming app is in FULL effect and we are loving it!  So much old content that is now available, like the Justice League and JL Unlimited animated shows.  

The Captain Marvel teaser/trailer was just released and it got us very excited.  We saw some Skrulls, a young two-eyed Nick Fury, and Agent Coulson!!  We still don't know a lot about what will happen in this movie, or who Jude Law will portray.  Some think he could be Mar-vell, but we'll have to wait till March 2019.  We also need to know how this movie will tie in to the upcoming Infinity War movie.  We heard Taika Waititi was on set for reshoots...Korg?!  As usual, Marvel talks lead us to Netflix and their related shows.  We discussed Iron Fist, season 2, and Jake felt it left a bad taste similarly to the show, the OA.  What will happen to the future of these shows, and which new shows will be introduced?  When will we ever see these characters in the larger MCU?  Will Netflix ever give up these properties?  We do know the Loki and Scarlett Witch are supposed to get their own show, but on an upcoming Disney streaming service.  Is everyone getting a streaming service?  Stay tuned for more info on the soon to be released Streaming Geeks service.

This weeks featured celebrity was Diedrich Bader, as we discussed his best roles.  He was a great Batman, he was awesome in Office Space, and great as Oswald Lee Harvey on the Drew Carey show. What's your favorite role of his?  We then talked about old TV shows, as they are becoming much accessible on the many streaming services available to us, like Hulu or CBS.  We love to watch old superhero shows such as the Flash, whose costume then might be better than the current one.  Its always great when actors from these old shows appear in the new shows.  DC, and especially CW, has been really good about including old actors, such as John Wesley Shipp, Helen Slater, Dean Cain, Mark Hamill and many others.  Do you have a favorite?

If you havent already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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September 11, 2018

Episode 131 - Every Girl Crazy for a Sharp Clawed Man

Welcome to Episode 131 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week the Geeks (Mitch, Jeff, Jake and Matt Orrin) recorded at the Sexpot Comedy Studios, located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe, for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

As usual, talk of who owns what property was discussed, specifically Sony.  We talked about their properties moving forward, starting with the new Venom movie coming out.  Will Spiderman, or even just Tom Holland appear in the film?  Are they going to connect to other characters down the line, or will their movies just be "Like a Turd in the Wind", so says our eponymous anti-hero.  This goes along with the 3rd Wave of Geek, as Marvel gets ready to end their phase of movies.  Sure, some characters will stick around but it seems that the stories will revolve around a different set of heroes, such as Captain Marvel.  We are ALL super excited for Brie Larson to kick ass as the hero to save all heroes...hopefully she can shoulder that responsibility.  

 

Barbie, Ken, and He-Man must be excited because Mattel has their own film division, just as Sony lost the rights to those properties...can't get away from this topic!  Hopefully, a new He-Man movie is made and Dolph Lundgren will appear in it, though not necessarily as the title character.  The topic of conversation meandered its way, to old TV shows and whether or not they hold up.  The Drew Carey show DOES hold up and, in fact, has gotten better with time.  They were ahead of the curve as far as content goes and could probably still do well if it came out today.  They DID have a huge cast of funny, and successful, people.  Cleveland Rocks!

Why do people love the Big Bang Theory? Why does Mitch Hate it?  We talked about that polarizing show, because its been around a while and despite the vitriol many have towards it, there are LOTS of people that loved it.  It's one of those shows that appeals to a certain set of geeks and non-geeks, but not all.  Are you a fan?

Not much in casting news except Timothy Dalton, one-time James Bond, has been cast in the new Doom Patrol show which will premiere on the new DCUniverse service, coming out Sept. 15, though the show probably won't arrive till October.  Gifted, season 2, should hit TV within the next few weeks and it sounds like its going to be a fun season.  Speaking of fun, Disenchantment has been a delightful show to watch with great voice actors lending their talents.  If you haven't watched it yet, check it out.  We talk about Luci, the demon, that looks like a cat.  Does it look like a cat to you?  Funny man Kyle Kinane is in a new show called Paradise PD, along with Dana Snyder and a bunch of other funny people, that Jake talks about.

We finish up with Bruce Willis movies, and whether or not they are good.  Some actors you like, or dislike, but cannot help liking their movies.  Tom Cruise can be very unlikeable, but his movies are not.  Bruce Willis, however, doesn't seem to have animosity towards him and many of his movies are enjoyable, whether or not they are actually good.  One of the Geeks hated the Fifth Element...listen to find out which one!

If you havent already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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September 2, 2018

Episode 130 - DCU gets NO respect

Welcome to Episode 130 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week the FULL assemblage of Geeks recorded at the Sexpot Comedy Studios, located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe, for another packed episode of geeky goodness.  

We started off talking about the upcoming DCU, which is available to everyone on September 15th.  We have high expectations for this network, based on all the cool shows being advertised, and even though their movie output has been "slightly" disappointing.  Hopefully Aquaman is good enough to ease the load that Wonder Woman has been carrying for DC!  Out of curiousity, what Frat would you be a part of if YOU were at DCU?  Listen for our choices.

Who is in the new Star Wars movie??  Yes, Doctor Who Matt Smith was cast a role in the upcoming Episode IX movie.  We'll continue to speculate his purpose until we find out for sure.  Since we're already talking Star Wars, Baker gets us caught up on some of his friends experiences at Dragon Con, which just wrapped up.  Hey, remember Alf?  He's back...in POG form.  No, not really (yet?) but some of us watched episodes of the old Alf TV show and it still holds up!  Regardless. it sounds like they are rebooting Alf, or at least bringing him back in some capacity.  This led us to discussing the genius of Jim Henson, and the talented crew of puppeteers and writers that helped create the Muppet-verse.  His contributions to the world could never be measured, or equalled.  Can you imagine a gritty reboot of Super Gonzo?  *fingers crossed*

What's your favorite Schwarzenegger film?  The list it great, it could be one of so many!  Commando, Raw Deal, Last Action Hero, Kindergarten Cop or True Lies to name a few.  If Predator is your choice, then get pumped up because there is a new Predator movie coming out which apparently features a super Predator.  Stay tuned for more on that!

Dormam-who?  You know who, which leads us to wrapping up with the MCU, and the new phase after the upcoming Avengers movie.  We speculate all night long, even after we're done with this recording. Why did Thanos come to Earth at this time?  Was it because Odin finally died, along with some other key players in the MCU?  Could he have used a different garment for the stones, such as an Infinity Boxers?   They'd probably chafe a bit, and then what would he do to activite it?  You can use your imagination.  

If you havent already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

 

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August 17, 2018

Episode 129 - 22:58 First F**k, Ok?

Welcome to Episode 129 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.

This week we recorded at the Sexpot Comedy Studios, located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe, for another episode of geeky goodness.  A shortened version of the Geeks (Matt, Mitch & Jake) talked about a bunch of different topics. despite our board not being very big.  We started with heroes that are rich, like Tony Stark and Bruce Wayne.  What would they be like if they were poor?  Would Batman be the same, or would he not care about human life as much?  Mitch talked about the Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles and tried to convince Jake how good it is.  FYI, they have new weapons that they found in the sewer that are magical Chinese weapons, and Splinter looks like a hamster despite being a rat.  Makes sense to us too...NOT!

Jake goes in depth on Preacher, almost convincing Matt to start watching again. Have you checked out the new dating app for vampires?  Its called Fang-er and we think it'll be a huge success, despite early reviews saying it bites.  We talked a little more about Picard and the new show about him.  He says he won't be a captain, but nothing else has yet to be revealed, though that doesn't stop us from speculating.   We finish with a breakdown of the long running show Red vs Blue, which should appeal to you Halo fans.  

We had lots of tag lines that could have potentially made the title, but this weeks title is the time stamp where we dropped our first F-bomb of the episode.  We lost track of the others, as we work real hard to make our Pod radio friendly. Some runner ups were, (Superman plows Zod), (Teen Turtles Go), and (Bumcast Geeks). If you havent already checked out Denver Open Media, and what they have offered then go to https://www.denveropenmedia.org  As you might already know, we'll be on Tuesday nights at 10pm.  

Some episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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August 11, 2018

Episode 128 - Picaaaard!!

Welcome to Episode 128 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.

This week we recorded at the Sexpot Comedy Studios, located above the awesome Mutiny Information Cafe, for another episode of geeky goodness.  The Geeks (Nate, Matt, Mitch & Jake) talk about Deadpool 2, and how was Jake was into the extra footage version which he said was 4 hours long!  Turns out, his copy had both versions and he was actually watching the theatrical version.  Maybe next time he'll have watched the other version and can fill us ALL in!  We continued to discuss the implications of Disney firing James Gunn, and whether or not Bautista can, or will, be replaced in the next installment of Guardians of the Galaxy.  Do you think he can/will?  We are all excited for the Batwoman news, with Ruby Rose being cast as the titular character, though we aren't sure if she will first be introduced on Arrow or just dropped into her own show.  Who knows...maybe the DC Universe channel will finally drop and they'll do something there but we wont hold our breaths on that happening any time soon! Daredevil season 3 is apparently being dropped at the end of this year, which makes it 4 for 4 on Netflix Marvels shows in 2018.  Is there a significance, and could it be related to Infinity War?  We wont know until the end of this year, or if someone in the field spoils it for us.  We also addressed the new Star Trek series, which will feature Patrick Stewart returning as Jean-Luc Picard but in WHAT capacity?  Will he be an admiral?  Will Worf and the others have appearances?  Stay tuned for more! 

Most episodes of Broadcast Geeks are recorded at the Comedy RoomRoom inside of El Charrito at 2104 Larimer Street in the heart of Denver’s ballpark neighborhood. Make sure to visit for brunch on Sunday’s if you want to watch us live at Denver’s only 5 Star Dive Bar.

You can send your feedback and show topic ideas to broadcastgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @broadcastgeeks. Please remember to subscribe to us on iTunes and you you can listen anytime on sexpotcomedy.com

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