Week in Geek: Andrew watches Bond 24, also known as Spectre, and has thoughts about it! Dan talks about a series of videos Polygon has been making of game developers making levels in Super Mario Maker.
Bethesda, Bethesda Never Changes: Dan and Andrew briefly talk about the wobbly––but successful––release of Bethesda Softworks’ Fallout 4.
Warcraft Hopes: Andrew and Dan use the recent trailer for Duncan Jones’ upcoming fantasy, video game film, Warcraft, to reintroduce the topic of video game movies.
Next Sunday AD: Many nerds rejoice as Joel Hodgson announced a Kickstarter campaign to make more Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes. Dan and Andrew discuss the viability of such a plan––can we look beyond pure nostalgia?
Next Week: Immortality! Never-ending life is a popular aspect of nerd fiction that deserves much investigation as only two over-educated, co-dependent nerds can bring you.
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For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.
-“Stayin’ in Black” by Wax Audio
-“Atom Bomb Baby” by The Five Stars
-“I’m A Medieval Man” from Warcraft II
-“Love Theme from Mystery Science Theater 3000” by Joel Hodgson & Josh Weinstein
-“Toothless People” by “Weird Al” Yankovic