Geek Speak 97: Butt Forge

Hey there good looking, this new episode of Geek Speak is just for you!

We have been busy this week. We’ve seen and done stuff. Join us this week as Lauren, Alex, and Jo ramble about:

  • Time-Waster of the Week: Thug Notes (courtesy of Stingo) and Cream from David Firth
  • Game of Thrones: the Board Game
  • War Of the Planet Of the Apes (no spoilers!)
  • Beyond the Tube
  • Dice Forge
  • The Leftovers
  • Twin Peaks – the new season (no spoilers!)
  • Anarchy At the Amersham
  • Telltale’s Game of Thrones

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Comments

  1. stingo

    Actually there’s 104 episodes. 🙂

    I know this was said during the show, but I thought I’d reiterate – you get the most out of it if you’ve already read the book.

    And like Monty Python, the ridiculousness complements the serious smarts going on. The commentaries are insightful and well researched.

  2. Alex

    stingo said
    Actually there’s 104 episodes. 🙂

    I know this was said during the show, but I thought I’d reiterate – you get the most out of it if you’ve already read the book.

    And like Monty Python, the ridiculousness complements the serious smarts going on. The commentaries are insightful and well researched.  

    OMGbigsmile

  3. StealthyJoe

    Great show, and wow yes I have thug notes of awesome and I have watched it and loved it and they just did ready player one lol. 

    I really wanted to be for take top to play dark souls boardgames, but my parents just came back from Poland so I kinda stayed with them lol. Never been brave enough to play any souls games but it was always interesting to me. 

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