Captain Kirk didn't need Valentine's Day to generate some chemistry with the women he met. Catherine Hicks knows all about that and she tells us about her experience in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
With that in mind, we discuss what geek stories we'd like to jump into so that we can be somebody's romantic interest. In doing so, Merchman chooses a popular geek TV show, Fangirl chooses a book and Admiral 80s gets a little overwhelmed trying to make his choice.
We also discuss ideas to put some geek into Valentine's Day, including finding reasons to go out and get those cool geek Valentine cards that we bought for school parties, a popular gift from Her Universe and thinking about what geeky things we LOVE most this year. In fact there is so much love in the air, GANNIN is unusually nice to Admiral 80s in this episode.
Other news and topics discussed include Gary Oldman in Star Wars, JK Rowling's second thoughts, some insights on the new Flash TV show and what Mocking Jay will do about Phillip Seymour Hoffman's final scene.
Also, Merchman gives his review on The Lego Movie and the first issue in the post-Serenity comic book series.
Other show links - The Plastic Galaxy Documentary, Harry Potter Bombshell & True Love
With Admiral 80s out, Tricia teams up with her Fangirls Going Rogue partner, Teresa Delgado, in today's podcast. As a result, you'll hear plenty of geeked out opinions on several geek topics - including some of the latest geek rumors, the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie (when there were new images posted), the Star Trek movie that almost was, German TV's acquisition of unseen Clone Wars episodes and the Choose Your Own Adventure movie.
PLUS, GANNIN asks some tough questions to the supergeeks about The Big Bang Theory, Wonder Woman vs. The Hulk, Despicable Me minions, Star Wars droids, beaming from one place to another and invisibility cloaks.
Did we really fit that much geek talk into one podcast? Listen and find out!
Today you will be visited by three geeks who want to talk about Christmas past, present and future. You will also be visited by a voice named GANNIN who dabbles in Merry Christmas alarms and high-tech sleigh advancements. Your day will be filled with candy canes, cookies and turrets that fire Christmas colors. In other words...welcome to the Assembly of Geeks holiday show.
Today we look back on the fall TV season that was. Have opinions changed about Agents of SHIELD? Are there new show's we're still watching? Meanwhile, there's a new Terminator TV series in the works and we have to wonder if it can last. We discuss Disney's hint about the possibility of Star Wars on Netflix, therelease date for the next Apes movie and how Batman fans can indulge in the holidays.
We take time to think about our holidays of past and present and decided which was geekier. We'll also suggest three great geek gifts for this year's holiday season.
Finally we'll highlight our holiday movie line-ups and Fangirl announces a new kickstarter project - Athena's Daughters.
It's a hero assembly at the geek assembly! Somehow we manage to fit Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Arrow, Iron Man and the Hulk in this episode! First up, we look back on the Supergirl movie and how it shaped holiday movies. Plus, we breakdown the reaction to the casting of Wonder Woman and offer up our own opinions.
Amanda Konkin of The Quiver Podcast checks in to share her thoughts on the news and the first appearance of Barry Allen in Arrow. We react to the new Amazing Spiderman 2 trailer and the J.J. Abrams apology for the Khan deception.
We listen to incredible interviews with two Incredible Hulks - Lou Ferrigno and Fred Tatasciore. Lou talks about the classic Hulk TV series and literally breaking though walls. Fred talks about voice acting and the new movie, Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United.
The Assembly votes on whether or not a new Hulk movie should be made with Mark Ruffalo.
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