Some adult references are in this episode. Regina is back this week, and she's just in time to judge a weird game developed by Darth Taxus. In it, Scott and Jeff had to take the famous Superman and Lois flying scene from Superman (1979) and put in their own, "Can you read my mind" speech. The daughters of Bill and Ted have been cast, and Taxus has questions about their intelligence. Also, there will be reactions to the Swamp Thing cancellation, E3 video games and The Banana Splits horror movie.
It's the LUCKY LISTENER episode, and we have a good (maybe bad) feeling about this. The contestants trying to win a box full of Solo A Star Wars Story for one of our listeners, but it won't be easy. This week, Darth Taxus is transporting them to a dungeon where they will have to fight there way to the big treasure. While Han Solo didn't always believe in luck, the geeks will need something to help them survive. In Regina's case, it might come in the form of a deity that sounds like Patrick Stewart. Along the way, they'll also discuss Deadpool 2 (spoiler-free), Margot Kidder and the Happytime Murders trailer. Join us for adventure, surprises and laughs as we find out who will be the next Lucky Listener.
Happytime Murders trailer
Margot Kidder passes away at the age of 69
Superman celebrated his 80th anniversary. It might get really messy if he blew out all those candles...so, we'll do it for him. In this episode, we'll hear birthday messages from some of his most famous villains. Last week, we discussed how much we loved Ready Player One. So this week, we'll react to a commentary that hated it and react to the movie - The Quiet Place. Finally we'll discuss the upcoming MASK and Blackhawk movies. This is going to be a party full of cake, candles and crazy closing questions. You're invited to join us!
A MASK movie is in the works
Spielberg to direct Blackhawk Movie
Ready Player One Fails Geek Culture
The Geek Supreme
Darth Taxus challenges hosts Scott Murray, Jeff McGee & Regina Davis in a battle for geek talk supremecy.