2 Guys, Girl, and a Goblin is back! We’ve got an all new chapter for you guys, kicking off with a trip to a grizzly crime scene. Ivana is sleepy, Chuck wears sunglasses, and much much more in this exciting episode.
We are pleased to announce the newest addition to the Everyone’s Got a Thing Network, The Dummy Plug Podcast!
About the Show
The Dummy Plug Podcast is the only podcast in North America dedicated to Neon Genesis Evangelion and all its universes. From the anime, to the manga, to the movies, and everything in between, we strive to interact and discuss Evangelion with all the great fans all over the world.
It’s a special epilogue episode to Chapter 2! Sammy wanted to do a little solo mission, so Splyg suited up to run tech as Ivana attempts to infiltrate a police station to spring Stephen, the zombie raising wunderkind, before he’s taken off to labs unknown. Ivana gets to do some cool Black Widow stuff, and then as always happens, the plan goes a little cockeyed.
Last time on 2 Guys, a Girl, and a Goblin, Chuck Law was contemplating shooting a 9 year old in the face! Toots and Ivana were advocating diplomacy, and Splyg was wondering why he came in to work this morning. What will Chuck do? Find out in this week’s exciting episode!
What else is there to say? I think it’s safe to say that it took someone like J.J. Abrams, a kid who grew up loving Star Wars, to understand what made it fun. We’ve been disappointed before, (Oh how we’ve been disappointed!) but this feels different.
If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if you gave David Lynch a large budget and asked him to direct a Sci-Fi epic co-starring a mostly naked Sting, wonder no longer! In 1984, Lynch directed Dune, a movie that took over a decade, and several aborted attempts, to produce. Based on the classic Frank Herbert penned Sci-Fi novel of the same name, Dune turned out to be such a mess, Lynch has disowned it. So, of course, we had to watch it, joined by my improv buddy Marc R. Sorry in advance, and remember: Walk without rhythm, and you won’t attract the worm!
Dune is available from Amazon on Blu-Ray, DVD, and Amazon Instant Video.
San Francisco – The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) invalided key claims in the so-called “podcasting patent” today after a petition for review from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)—a decision that significantly curtails the ability of a patent troll to threaten podcasters big and small.
We all love Jon Snow. My household is solidly pro-Stark and pro-Targaryen, and we’re looking forward to the inevitable alliance as Ice and Fire are united. That being said, Jon Snow sucks at small talk. Like, really, really sucks. A fact that Seth Meyers learned the hard way.