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PodCulture 142: If Ass Were a Balloon – Part A

The Geeks are back in town!

We open this episode of PodCulture wondering why were aren’t all at the theater seeing “Watchmen”. Glenn will be going to the gun show, and working hard during ratings month. Christina is back from visiting her family in Cleveland, and had a fantastic time with everyone. She was glad to meet new friends, catch up with old ones, and help kick butt at quiz night at The Pub in Rocky River. Brad and Glenn have both been under the weather, and the healthy Adam has been the one catching up with The Doctor (and Torchwood!). The all-better Christina has had several dates with House, and is reminiscing with Blackadder. Glenn’s revisiting Buffy and Angel.

We’ve got our bottoms planted on our sofas, catching up with our celuloid heroes. Glenn’s a devout Lost fan now, and we discuss various theories. If you don’t know how Locke bites the big one, skip from about the 15 minute mark to the 21 minute mark. We discuss Heroes, Sylar, and remember John Glover from his “Brimstone” days. Adam wallows in the glory of Doctor Who, and shows off his shiny new sonic screwdriver. With fear and trepedation, we theorize about Battlestar Galactica’s final episodes, and wonder how the plot will resolve. The boys discuss the sacred classic series, and Richard Hatch. The team talks about the unexpected death of Knight Rider. Christina’s been watching Leverege, the US Life On Mars, and adored the rest of America’s Best Dance Crew.

Stretch your finger muscles, ’cause it’s game time! Brad and Christina picked up some great deals, including Guitar Hero: World Tour, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (bitchin’ lips, man!), Burnout Paradise, Clive Barker’s Jericho, Rock Revolution and Nascar ’09.The boys talk Halo Wars, Halo ODST and Hawk. Adam is pushing his pc to the limit with Empire: Total War. Christina’s played Guitar Hero: World Tour with her brother and sister, and marvels at the talent of both of them. Glenn bids a fond farewell to Tabula Rasa, and appreciates it going out with a creative bang.
Thanks to The Obscure 80s and Technorama for our promos!

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