Series Three, Episode Eleven.
It’s our annual appraisal of the coming year in Geek Entertainment. What are we looking forward to in 2019?
Newt Scamander and his case full of magical creatures returns in this sequel.
Herbert West wants to revive the dead. Jimmy and Tom have something to say about that.
The Geeks answer more unanswerable questions. But if they answer them, they aren’t unanswerable, are they? What a silly cliche…
The Captain Marvel trailer had just dropped when we recorded this episode–then we were suddenly transported to the 90s for a bit. Now that we’re back, hear what we thought about the trailer, why streaming services are allowed in the Emmy Awards, and we take some more listener emails!
Yeah, some people do cool things. Some people keep this site afloat with no acknowledgement. My mom says that’s cool.
Wait, is summer over already? Find out where the Geeks have been the past few months and the geekiest things we’ve been doing. Things like the Her Universe Fashion Show and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and whatever Watson does with his spare time (that we can talk about). Plus there’s Captain Marvel pictures on the Interwebz–how much has Jenny cried over them? And we wrap up the episode with a game about movie last lines. You don’t want to miss this bold return to the podcasting realm. Are you still reading this? I doubt it.
Jimmy and Tom are in the home stretch now as they start season seven with a discussion of the episodes “Dragonstone” and “Stormborn”.
Solo is out but only 2/3 of the Geeks have seen it–find out why Ryan had to leave the movie just a few minutes in and hear Jenny and Watson’s spoiler-free take on the film. Then the geeks talk about the future of a few of our most beloved franchises: Star Wars, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the DC Expanded Universe, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones. What lies in store for these properties?