The crew begins regaling their seeing Ghostbusters this week with fellow podcasters, Scott (of Two Geeks, a Mic and a Podcast), Tabitha, and Randy (from Geekshow.us). All are excited about the summer lineup of Midnights at the Baxter, which includes such cult classics as They Live, Robocop, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Ashlee joins in, discussing a webcomic she’s been following, called Drawn By Pain.
Glenn supports our dvd-watchers across the pond with his newly-purchased Danger Man, and The Prisoner DVD sets. Brad and Christina have picked up Veggie Tales: Moe and The Big Exit, the second season of Stargate Atlantis (oddly, with much commentary by SG-1 star GaryJones), Casino Royale, and the precariously packaged Sliders: Season 1 & 2. Glenn’s happy with his new Guyver 3 dvd, while Brad & Christina are struggling to catch up with their usual fare of The Class, How I Met Your Mother, and Battlestar Galactica, and are counting down the days until Doctor Who returns. Ashlee finds quality content in abundance on the internet, and mentions Red vs. Blue as a favorite. We entreat our fans to guilt Glenn into watching Heroes, now that he’s FINALLY catching up with Lost. Todd discusses some of the popular castaways. Got a Lost character you’d love to rescue, or one you’d like to see locked in a hatch forever? E-mail us!
Todd and Ashlee wish PodCulture a happy 40th episode by supplying Geek Cuisine in the form of a Dairy Queen ice cream cake.
Toy Talk is a special one! The PO Box had Glenn’s name written all over it this week with Action Figure News & Toy Review, and Sentai magazines from listener Mike, both featuring Guyver. Brad picked up a classic Battlestar Galactica ship at Wal-Mart, and shows off his new Razr phone, while Christina adds two new Build A Bears to the count.
Brad goes on to tug at our childhood heartstrings with the epic hunt for his long lost bears, that after thirty years, with a little help from Christina, and the magic of Ebay, has a very happy ending. You can read (and see pictures) at Brad’s LiveJournal. Do you have a story about a lost childhood toy, or one about a beloved stuffed animal you’ve managed to hang onto? Tell us!