Listen to ‘Gobbledygeek’ Episode 400 – “Feels Like the 400th Time (feat. Joseph Lewis)”

This should never have happened.

Gobbledygeek episode 400, “Feels Like the 400th Time,” is available for listening or download right here and on iTunes here.

A global pandemic. Britain leaving the European Union. Donald Trump being elected president. FX canceling Terriers after one goddamn season. It has been, without question, the dumbest decade. Add to that list the strange, mystifying endurance of Gobbledygeek. A podcast hosted by two straight cis white male idiots, ostensibly devoted to the discussion of “popular culture,” and listened to by only a small handful of reprobates, has somehow lasted ten years and 400 episodes. Many other, arguably better podcasts have come and gone. But Paul and Arlo are still here, joined by original Gobbler and fellow Heathen Joseph Lewis, to reminisce about their extraordinarily humble beginnings. The gang listened back to their very first episode (now available to cringe through for the first time in years!) before recording, and they revisit those long-forgotten topics in the year of our lord 2020. Do they remember anything about Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland? Does the Lost finale hold up? Do they give even a single shit about “fandom” anymore? All that PLUS they commiserate about our COVID-infected present and reenact a scene from a truly insane screenplay Joe wrote when he was 15. Oh, they talk about the Gary Oldman thing again too.

Next: we’ve given up even trying to guess. There’ll be another one of these soon.


Total Run Time: 02:18:40

  • 00:00:00  –  Painful, awkward reminder of where it all began
  • 00:02:00  –  Painful, awkward proof of how far we’ve come
  • 02:13:13  –  Outro / Next


  • “Also Sprach Bat-Turkey” by Arlo Wiley (feat. Richard Strauss) (2010)
  • “A Song About Arlo J. Wiley and Paul Smith” by Papa Razzi and the Photogs, Papa Razzi is Back. And He’s Singing More Nice Songs! (2011)

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