Episode 39 – Jerry Goldsmith White Noise Machine

Episode 39 – Jerry Goldsmith White Noise Machine

It’s a solemn week as Dan and Andrew mourn the loss of nerdy legend, Leonard Nimoy.

Week in Geek: Dan talks about the update to his western webcomic, Long John, while also praising the new music album by John Carpenter, Lost Themes. Andrew plays Pokemon Y while also reading a zombie choose-your-own-adventure book on his Kindle, Zombocalypse Now by Matt Youngmark.

NEWSBLAST: Before getting to the meat of the episode, Andrew and Dan decide to dive into some nerdy headlines that had slipped through their fingers over the last few weeks.

Beam Me Up: Dan and Andrew say goodbye to Leonard Nimoy by discussing everything from Star Trek to Transformers to Fringe. 

Needs of the Many: To continue the memorium, Andrew and Dan discuss what is arguably Nimoy’s most notable work as Spock in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

Question of the Geek:


What is a Leonard Nimoy moment or character that you would to focus on or mention in his memory?

You can leave your answer as a comment on the page for this episode at forall.libsyn.com. You can also join the discussion at the official Facebook and/or Google+ pages. You may also e-mail us any comments, questions, or concerns at forallpod [at] gmail.com.

For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.

Live long and prosper.

Featured Music:

-“Stayin’ in Black” by Wax Audio

-“Fallen” by John Carpenter

-“Highly Illogical” by Leonard Nimoy

-“Opening Theme” by James Horner (from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

-“You Are My Best Friend” by Queen

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