Listen to Gobbledygeek Episode 374 – “The Paranoia Is Coming from Inside the House!”

Gobbledygeek episode 374, “The Paranoia Is Coming from Inside the House!,” is available for listening or download right here and on iTunes here.

To paraphrase Olivia Newton-John, “Let’s get political–political!” Paul and Arlo discuss politics only occasionally, but this week, they unload. With anti-abortion bills being signed into law in both of their home states, Alabama and Ohio, the boys have a thing or two to say. (Spoiler: they are loudly and clearly pro-choice.) Where do you go after that? Well, Paul saves a restaurant bird, Arlo goes down a murderous Reddit rabbit hole, and Paul cannot get the fuck to sleep. Sweet dreams, kids.

Next: who knows!

(Show notes for “The Paranoia Is Coming from Inside the House!”)

Listen to Gobbledygeek Episode 362 – “23% Different”

The Gobbledygeek season 10 premiere, “23% Different,” is available for listening or download right here and on iTunes here.

We’re back, babies! Gobbledygeek returns for its 10th season–though not its 10th anniversary, get your math right–with our hosts doing the bare minimum to keep this thing afloat. The centerpiece is an anxiety-fueled story about chicken wings, for gods’ sakes. Meanwhile, Paul went to Disney World again and lived to tell the tale. Arlo has thoughts on Jason Reitman directing the next Ghostbusters film. Beards are soothed. Y’know, the usual. Plus, Paul has seen Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse once for each season of the show!

Next: Four-Color Flashback 2019 gets off to an early start, as our year of non-superhero fare kicks off with Scott McCloud’s non-fiction classic Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art.

(Show notes for “23% Different.”)

 

Listen to ‘Gobbledygeek’ Episode 300, “‘This Is Therapy?’ ‘No, This Is Gobbledygeek!’ (feat. Dr. Kenn Edwards)”

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Gobbledygeek episode 300, “‘This Is Therapy?’ ‘No, This Is Gobbledygeek!’ (feat. Dr. Kenn Edwards),” is available for listening or download right here and on iTunes here.

After nearly seven years of fruitless podcasting, Gobbledygeek has reached its 300th episode. For some time now, Paul and Arlo have semi-jokingly referred to episode 300 as the “therapy episode”…so, what the hell, here’s three-and-a-half hours of the boys discussing the skeletons in their closest. Acting as guest host and amateur therapist, friend of the show and So Let’s Get to the Point host Kenn Edwards grills the guys about their childhoods, their families, their romances, and what they really think of each other. You’ll learn more about Paul and Arlo than you ever hoped to, and then some. Will you survive the experience? Will they?

Next: after a week off to recuperate, the boys return to discuss The X-Files season 4 with that roguishly charming Brit, Wesley “Wezzo” Mead.

(Show notes for “‘This Is Therapy?’ ‘No, This Is Gobbledygeek!'”)