One of the ultimate pop-culture gurus - Zachary Levi! The man who played Chuck (in the NBC series of the same name), Flynn Rider in Disney's "Tangled," and so much more - we get to chat with him about all things geeky. Hear his thoughts on returning to "Chuck," his true thoughts on Kickstarter, "Thor 3," continuing the "Tangled" storyline, and more! Enjoy this awesome episode! This interview was conducted in conjunction with NerdBastards.com - you can read the transcript of the interview on the site.
With the changing of the seasons comes colder weather for most, and new TV shows for everyone! Tony records solo on this episode, and he gives a thorough overview of all the geek-chic TV shows coming to the air this Fall, both of the brand-new and returning-for-another-season variety. If you want the rundown and initial thoughts on any and every show in the super-hero, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and pop-culture-entertainment genres, this is the place for you to get it all!
There are certain film series you've seen in theaters the day they came out... and certain movies that, for whatever reason, you never saw until years after their release. In this episode, Tony and Emily take a look at two different series that each of them "grew up" with but the other had never seen: for Emily, she loves the HARRY POTTER films (and books!), but Tony only watched the first movie for the first time last week; for Tony, he's enjoyed the RESIDENT EVIL movies in the theaters upon their release, and Emily hasn't seen a single one until watching the first movie just now! Listen to their different reactions to the films based on when/how the duo viewed them, and laugh along as they try (and largely fail, probably) to extrapolate what they've seen into what they think will happen later in the series.
The crew of Emily and Tony are back in action as they chat about their favorite "old-school" entertainment stuff: books, movies, Saturday morning cartoons, and more. The conversation is made all the more intriguing by the fact that, being 12 years apart in age, the duo grew up in different eras - Tony as a product of the '80s, and Emily a hard-core '90s kid. Lots of fun reminiscing in this episode, so enjoy!