The Nerd Bliss Podcast As the name suggests, we’re nerds, or geeks if you prefer. That doesn’t restrict our topics to Star Trek and hyperdrives. Have you ever heard anyone referred to as a [insert hobby here]-geek/nerd? For example, sewing geeks, car geeks, tech geeks, etc. We want to talk about, and to, all of them as well as traditional geek fare, such as cosplay, sci-fi, fantasy, science, TV & movies, conventions, and fandom of all stripes. We’re even hoping to eventually hit topics such as lifestyle design, music, voice acting, life hacks, health and fitness, and the proverbial “much, much more”.

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The NerdBliss Podcast As the name suggests, we’re nerds, or geeks if you prefer. That doesn’t restrict our topics to Star Trek and hyperdrives. Have you ever heard anyone referred to as a [insert hobby here]-geek/nerd? For example, sewing geeks, car geeks, tech geeks, etc. We want to talk about, and to, all of them as well as traditional geek fare, such as cosplay, sci-fi, fantasy, science, TV & movies, conventions, and fandom of all stripes. We’re even hoping to eventually hit topics such as lifestyle design, music, voice acting, life hacks, health and fitness, and the proverbial “much, much more”.

  • Episode #38 - Special Revolver
    by Four Foot One Media on December 9, 2017 at 4:05 am

    We play the Fried Green Rotten Tomatoes Game with Paddington, Gnomeo & Juliet, Justice League, and Thor: Ragnarok up for bids. We also talk about stuff. Peter New came up a time or two, as well as those two shows we always talk about. Also, does the holiday classic "It's Cold Outside" need to go away? Suddenly, Ricardo Montalban and rich, Corinthian Leather! […]

  • Episode #37 - Are We Doing This Again? - Intoxicast Vol 2.5 Part 2
    by Four Foot One Media on December 1, 2017 at 8:15 am

    A lot has been happening for us and a few things didn't happen for us. The result? You get a previously unplanned second part to Intoxicast Vol 2.5. We apologize for not having new material. After this episode, we're hoping to step up our game a bit. In the meantime, if you enjoy people prattling on at a party, you'll love this episode. If not, we'll be back to some meaningful content next week. […]

  • Episode #36 - Redacted
    by Four Foot One Media on November 18, 2017 at 5:55 am

    Just because Chris has a day job doesn't mean the show won't go on. Tina and Eric host our good friends Adam Whetston and Johnathan Wheatley (who you may remember from Intoxicast Vol 2.5) in a free-form discussion. This is good geek talk right here. If they hadn't mentioned [redacted] so many times, this would have been a perfect episode. […]

  • Episode #35 - The Path of the Righteous Man
    by Four Foot One Media on November 10, 2017 at 5:13 am

    The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness. For he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know I am the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon you." Ezekiel 25:17 (not really) Note: I learned after our recording that Ezekiel 25:17 was only brewed once by D9 and has since been retired. So if you see one, you better grab it. Topics: The presentation of Eric's birthday gift, Ezekiel 25:17 by D9 Brewing. More Orville and Discovery as a nod to our friends at The Bearded Ones. The Toasty Farmer at Brewery 85. Foods that make us feel like kids again, ice cream trucks, and why the British have better bacon and cheese. The Take Craft Back campaign to buy Anheuser Busch InBev, see campaign video below. Big corporations and small businesses. Dave's not here and Chris' use of NBC and ABC Saturday morning cartoon bumpers. Another homage to The Bearded Ones and Chris "strokes out". Tea & Absinthe Why do delivery companies hand off to the post office to complete delivery? Don't mess with Chris' orders from Build-A-Bear. Voice actor Peter New made a custom voice box for us. Chris remembers San Francisco and his Build-A-Bear experience. The character of Isaac on The Orville and our Thor: Ragnarok challenge coins. Alcohol and some callbacks to Intoxicast Vol 2.5 […]

  • Episode #34 - Intoxicast Vol. 2.5 - All Hallows Geek
    by Four Foot One Media on November 3, 2017 at 4:18 am

    We were invited to record at the fourth annual Moser Halloween Party where we revisit our friends from Intoxicast Vol. 2, Jessica & James Moser, Jonathan Wheatley, and Arnold. We're also joined by Adam "Thor" Whetston, a faithful listener and guardian of Party City Asgard. It's a party, and it went much like parties go. We'll be back to our regular content next week. […]

  • Episode #33 - Where No F-Bombs Have Gone Before
    by Four Foot One Media on October 24, 2017 at 1:52 am

    What the actual f**k? F-Bombs on Star Trek: Discovery?? You're damn right! This episode is obviously foul-mouthed, but it is foul-mouthed with a point...and ponies...and panthers....and BEER!   Topics: Teaching Bronies about friendship and the superiority of pie, the giving of the pie, and the eating and non-eating of the pie. Carolina BrewHaHa and more prattling on about craft beer. Mad shout out to The Southern Growl. The ESO TeePublic Store is now online! Some commentary on the print-to-order business model. Thoughts (and prayers) on the Black Panther trailer, and musings on the hometowns of Chadwick Boseman and Edwin McCain. Snoop Dogg is a game show host and other rappers who went to television and movies. The F-Bomb on Star Trek: Discovery and the whole debate on the validity of profanity in language. Dave and Alex aren't here, and this follows to its natural conclusion, a conversation about Harlem Nights and the overall health of Della Reese. The culpability of both McDonald's and Rick & Morty fans in the Szechuan sauce debacle. Mad love to whoever is running Wendy's and KFC's Twitter campaigns. We actually get to try some Paul Masson brandy and thoughts on future drinking events. &nbs […]

  • Episode #32 - Andrew Van - Down By The River
    by Four Foot One Media on October 21, 2017 at 5:27 am

    In this episode, we welcome improv comedian Andrew Van. Andrew is an improv comedian and real estate agent in Greenville, SC. He tells us how he got into comedy and highlights how improv teaches life skills. If you're looking to buy or sell a house in the Greenville, SC you can email Andrew at andrew -at- theharogroup dot com, or call 864-905-3737. […]

  • Episode #31 - Thirty-One-Derful
    by Four Foot One Media on October 12, 2017 at 12:24 am

    We now have as many episodes as a certain ice cream chain has flavors. Get us some mint chocolate chip, please. We continue the discussion of Star Trek: Discovery and The Orville. We talk about Blade Runner 2049, My Little Pony: The Movie, Szechuan sauce, anime, Ralphie May, how not to stink at a convention, new seasons of British goodness, and we play The Fried Green Rotten Tomatoes Game. EXPLICIT CONTENT WARNING. Topics: Continuation of our impressions of Star Trek: Discovery and The Orville. My Little Pony: The Movie...we talk about it so you might as well come to peace with it. Also, it's Steampunk. Alex's impressions of Blade Runner 2049. McDonald's Szechuan Sauce fiasco and Sailor Moon mashups. Anime dubs vs subs. Tina doesn't get it. RIP Ralphie May and Iraqi tourist attractions. Alex talks about Anime Weekend Atlanta and it's con funk (see Foamy video below) Jonathan Ian Mathers vs YouTube New seasons of Red Dwarf and Dirk Gently coming to the U.S. in October 2017. The Fried Green Rotten Tomatoes Game with My Little Pony: The Movie, Blade Runner 2049, and Star Trek: Discovery. Alex shames us all with his charity work and final thoughts. […]

  • Episode #30 - Down & Dirty
    by Four Foot One Media on October 7, 2017 at 8:41 pm

    In this episode, we give our first impressions of Star Trek: Discovery and discuss the movies from our younger years that had the most impact on us. We also cover Stranger Things, Blade Runner 2049, and the thirtieth anniversary of The Princess Bride. We also manage to mock 6-year-olds at karaoke and, of course, drop many pony references throughout the episode. Topics: Dave tells us about Day of the Giants by Lester Del Rey (see link below). Hell Comes To Ponyville. Blade Runner 2049 and its source material. The Man In The High Castle Our impressions of Star Trek: Discovery, and a brief tribute to Sandy Frank. The MST3K episode that Chris brain farted on is Fugitive Alien. Frozen vs Brave. Chris trolls Miley Cyrus fans. Hearing underage girls sing very adult songs at karaoke. Stealing displays from movie theaters. Stranger Things season 2 (see trailer below). The Santa Clarita Diet (see trailer below). Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Our send-up of Bryan Cranston. The 30th anniversary of The Princess Bride. The seminal movies from our childhoods. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton set to appear in a new Terminator movie which leads to thoughts on Logan. &nbs […]

  • Episode #29 - The Show Notes Showcase
    by Four Foot One Media on October 1, 2017 at 7:24 am

    In the absence of Alex, the show took on the consistency of an amoeba. There's a lot of stream-of-consciousness happening in this one which leads to random references from all over the geek spectrum. We will try to document them here so you at least of something you can use to keep up. Of note, is the fact that we recorded this just a few hours before the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery on September 24th, 2017. Topics: The premiere of Star Trek: Discovery. The first episodes of The Orville. Our thoughts on Alara grinding on us. Chris's beard and Dave's mustache. An awkward exchange about our parents. More dark humor at Stan Lee's expense. Tina's current audiobook, Nightfall by Ann Stuart, is narrated by our previous guest Evan Harris. (See link below for more info.) Should we talk about pony pr0n? Dave's movie segment. It Comes At Night. (See link below.) Our new Patreon page and how our Amazon Affiliate link works. What is your money pit hobby? Eric's personal training and thoughts on Planet Fitness. Greenville's first arcade bar, Tilt. The football game playing on Tilt's TVs. Dave doesn't eat pork. Jesus didn't look like Thor. A stream of consciousness inspired by "The Invisible Man." We continue to express our profound love for Tara Strong and Pam Adlon. New segment transition for the show. A classic SNL sketch that spoofs School House Rock. Another follow-up on MoviePass, which leads to nostalgia about The Big Hit. The hot button of political correctness. &nbs […]

  • Episode #28 - Exit The Dragon 2017
    by Four Foot One Media on September 22, 2017 at 3:02 am

    We continue to recover from DragonCon 2017. We remember what we can about Intoxicast Vol. 2: Electric Malibu and hold court on what we'll call the next one. Much of what we did at DragonCon can be seen on our Instagram (@nerdblisspod). While Tina rides her high from our last improv show, Alex talks about his daughter's Wonder Woman cosplay aspirations and shares some stories from his charity work. Finally, we give our impressions of The Orville and play the (Fried Green) Rotten Tomatoes game. Hosts: Topics: (2:39) The naming and announcement of future Intoxicast episodes. (6:23) Tina recalls drunken Alex at TrekTrax 2012, and Chris gives the secret phrase to get chatty drunks to go to bed. (8:50) DragonCon memory loss and more about Intoxicast Vol. 2 (12:11) Alex asks about Chris re-growing facial hair. (We forgot to mention why Jonathan Frakes is the reason Chris is growing the beard back as if you couldn't guess. Chris asked Number One whether or not he should re-grow the beard, mostly as a joke. Mr. Frakes sincerely recommended that he grow it back.) (13:31) The appearance of the Seventh Host, The Upstairs Neighbors (specifically, their washing machine) and we discuss the secret to Alex being funny. (14:59) We are planning a D&D game night. (15:53) Alex is watching Rick and Morty now. (17:04) Alex's daughter wants to cosplay as Wonder Woman and he has feelings about it. (24:33) Alex will be working the Georgia Make A Wish Foundation to appear as a superhero at children's hospitals. (25:46) Alex made a visit to an adopted child's birthday party at a local fire station. (28:48) Eric talks about the side effects of his flu shot. (29:25) Chris is considering going "Canadian Sober" (30:26) Tina suggests an unconventional way of contacting us. (32:13) Tina has an idea for a new game for the show. (35:46) Alex gives an example of a question you should NOT ask your brain trust. (40:19) Chris and Tina mention taking improv classes with Alchemy Comedy (see the link below or on our Friends & Sponsors page). (43:34) We find yet more time to talk about the Intoxicast concept. (47:31) We give our impressions of The Orville. (57:24) The (Fried Green) Rotten Tomatoes game: The Orville Edition Below: The end of Intoxicast Vol. 2, with a special guest photo bomb by James Moser. Links: […]

  • Episode #27 - Intoxicast Vol. 2: Electric Malibu
    by Four Foot One Media on September 16, 2017 at 2:59 am

    Guests: James & Jessica Moser, Jonathan Wheatley, and Arnold This is our second Intoxicast recorded on Friday, September 1st, 2017 at DragonCon in Atlanta, GA. If you haven't gathered by the title already, we basically got drunk and recorded an episode. What a really good idea, eh? As Chris points out several times in this episode, we recorded in our 51st-floor hotel room in the Westin Peachtree. We hope you enjoy it, but if you don't please know that this is not what you will normally get from this podcast and if we said anything that bothers you, we're sorry. We were drunk. Hosts: […]

  • Episode #26 - Bob & September Day Carter - Voice Talents Extraordinaire
    by Four Foot One Media on September 11, 2017 at 2:01 am

    You may not know the names Bob Carter and September Day Carter, but you've probably heard their voices and didn't know it. Whether it's that ubiquitous Pandora ad, the text-to-speech voice on the Kindle Fire, the Stacy's Pita Chips commercial, or Mary Kay ads, or perhaps Balrog in Street Fighter, or Shao Khan and Baraka in Mortal Kombat, or The Iron Guard in Destiny 2 get the idea. They've done A LOT of voice over, and they teach their craft from The Neighborhood studio in Atlanta. They also just happen to be two of the most pleasant and inspiring people you would ever want to meet. Interestingly enough, they are of different opinions on the issue of unions. You will hear very compelling arguments on both sides, and makes for a very informative listening experience all by itself! Tags: voice over, union heat, the neighborhood, anime, atlanta, nerd, geek, eso network, eso, nerdbliss, bob carter, september day carter Hosts: Topics: How Bob and September inspired us to create The NerdBliss Podcast. Some thoughts on DragonCon and where the Carter children came from. September and Bob's most memorable work. The Neighborhood and the services they offer.  Tom Thon's acting workshop. Three questions that will help you determine which people you should surround yourself with. Favorite days of the week and favorite time of day. The benefits of running a game night on Monday night. Our favorite super groups. The "If" Books by Evelyn MacFarlane. More about The Neighborhood and the services offered. Three things all groups and couples should do together. Bob's round of TNBP standard questions. September's perspective on the VO industry, and the pros and cons of unions. September's round of TNBP standard questions. The VO Alliance and one final thought on the unions. […]

  • Episode #25 - Dragon Pros and Dragon Cons
    by Four Foot One Media on September 1, 2017 at 4:00 am

    In this episode, we tell of our preparations for DragonCon! Chris, Tina, and Eric will be there and we plan to record Intoxicast Vol 2.: Electric Malibu while we're there. DC continues to confound us with the announcement of stand-alone movies that are outside of their cinematic universe. We follow up on our MoviePass discussion. We also talk about Joss Whedon, xHamster, Xena, and more.   Signal Boost: Earth Station One, The Bearded Ones Topics: Your hosts catch us up on what they've been doing. Alex just finished a children's charity event, and Tina is having wig problems. We're going to DragonCon! Intoxicast Vol. 2 - Electric Malibu! The Tao of DragonCon panels. New Joker and Batman movies that are NOT part of the DCEU. (Source:, A follow-up on MoviePass. ADD Moment: A live read of Coming to America. Chris plans to be McDowell's employee for the Black Panther premiere. John Amos is still alive (see images below). Joss Whedon's ex-wife accuses him of not being the feminist he claims to be. (Source: ADD Moment: Bloodsport, Bolo Yeung, and Bruce Lee Porn site xHamster wants to continue the cancelled Netflix series Sense8. (Source: xHamster NOTE: This link takes you to xHamster. Click at your own risk.) What other shows can xHamster revive? ADD Moment: British children's show Blue Peter. Firefly isn't coming back. The Xena reboot has effectively died on the vine. xHamster maybe? Who would you cast in the roles? (Source: Alex's DragonCon tips. Don't be "Inappropriate Boner Aquaman". Dave's Not Here by Terrapin Beer Co., Athens GA. Tina's wig Geek Classic: Shatner Rocket Man Podcasting's Rich Sigfrit performing Shatner Rocket Man Bob's Carter's Character VO Demo     Getting ready for Intoxicast Vol. 2 - Electric Malibu! The Wolf of Wall Street Louis Anderson as seen in Coming To America Actor John Amos Actor Bolo Yeung as seen in Bloodsport (1988) A clip from John Byner's sketch comedy show Bizarre Rob Paulsen and Tara Strong reading from The Big Lebowski   &nbs […]

  • Episode #24 - A Drop of Golden Sun
    by Four Foot One Media on August 25, 2017 at 2:43 pm

    MILD SPOILER WARNING: Defenders While Chris works on his Joker impersonation, Alex and Dave come to terms with their daughters advancing to college and high school and we make our best efforts to keep the train on the rails. We almost succeed. Almost. NBC seems to think reviving Miami Vice and The Munsters is a good idea. Chris tells the story of Richard Horvitz asking him for directions to the food court, and we discuss a lot things in between. Signal Boost: Geek Radio Daily, Guardians of the Geekery Topics: Dave and Alex talk about their spawn ascending in academia. A slow summer for movies. We're now a part the ESO Network! NBC is bringing back Miami Vice and The Munsters (source, and we trail off into a discussion of the Ghostbusters reboot. Big Hero 6: The Series coming to Disney XD. The first episode of DuckTales is available for free, and is pretty good. Tom Hanks Tom Cruise had an accident on the set of Mission Impossible 6. Jerry Lewis passes away at age 91, and some Animaniacs flashbacks. The Dark Tower did not perform well with critics or at the box office. Initial impressions of Defenders (mild spoilers). Chris pines for some Orson Welles sound effect drops and we go a long way to talk about an inside joke in the form of a gag gift from many years ago. MoviePass - $10/month and see one movie per day in the theater (Source: Bloomberg). We talk about our local drive-in theater. A new Obi-Wan Kenobi movie is in the works. We discuss The Force Awakens, Rogue One, and The Last Jedi. Daniel Craig (not Craig from South Park) is back for one more James Bond movie. Should all the old Bonds make an appearance? This brings us back to MoviePass. Greater love hath no one for Yondu than Tina. Tombstone. Suddenly, Guardians of the Galaxy. Comic book mashup of Planet of the Apes and King Kong. Richard Horvitz asked Chris how to find the food court at DragonCon. Mrs. Beakley from DuckTales (2017) Big Hero 6: The Series - Main Title William Shatner in the recording boot […]

  • Episode #23 - Pickle Rat Morty
    by Four Foot One Media on August 17, 2017 at 4:23 pm

    In this episode we talk about the rumored Star Trek series by Nicholas Meyer, the "post an unpopular opinion" meme, the creators of Rick & Morty receiving a jug of McDonald's Szechuan Sauce, and we trail off into a conversation about Daym Drops and spicy food. But we spend most of this episode trying to think of the name of a lesser known Gene Roddenberry series. (It was Earth: Final Conflict, by the way.)     Topics: The rumor of the Nicholas Meyer "Khan series" and how it may (or may) not fit in with Star Trek: Discovery. Chris confuses Earth 2 with Earth: Final Conflict (which was the Roddenberry joint). Alex's kid is going into high school. Chris goes for an obscure joke from a lesser-known Mel Brooks movie and seems to be proud of it. Stuff we made up: Tiny Trek Adventures, Star Trek Babies, Tiny Spock! The "Post An Unpopular Opinion" meme. (See link below to a Radio Times article about Peter Davison's comments regarding the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor.) Chris feels marginalized and Alex says "Spider-Man 3" is the worst Spider-Man movie ever made. (We're not sure this qualifies as an "unpopular" opinion.) Adventures on Instagram. Alex saw "Pickle Rat Morty". Rick & Morty episode causes Mad Max nostalgia. McDonalds sends Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland a jug of Szechuan Sauce. Daym Drops, Angry Whoppers, and Nashville hot fried chicken at Hattie B's   The Gregory Bros songify Daym Drops' review of Five Guys. Daym Drops - Angry Whopper review Found it!! Tina Turner as Aunty Entity. Hattie B's Hot Fried Chicken, Nashville, TN. […]

  • Episode #22 - Dave's Return Pt. 2 - We're ALL Going To Hell
    by Four Foot One Media on August 6, 2017 at 2:51 am

    This is the second part of the episode of Dave's return. Chris suggests that Dave should be doing stand-up comedy. We continue with thoughts on A Wrinkle In Time, adult jokes in cartoons like My Little Pony and Tiny Toon Adventures, Wonder Woman (of course) and much more. Topics: Some kudos for Evan Harris (previous guest) and Shane Willimon (future guest, even if we have to taze him). Dave should do stand up (and stands up). Chris reminds Dave of The Talent Code (mother****er!). We talk about A Wrinkle In Time. Dave's opinion of Wonder Woman and the DCEU in general. Tina finished reading Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits by David Wong. A discussion of the inappropriate representation of Asians. Afterthoughts on our interview with Eric L. Watts. We are available on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music. Eric gets more guff for using Blackberry. What did those North Korean generals get all those medals for? What we're all watching right now. Eric updates us on his watching of Enterprise. Chris is leading the witness. Cartoons are for adults. Adult jokes and themes in My Little Pony. Remo Williams trailer (1985) Tiny Toon Adventures - Intro Patton Oswalt explains My Little Pony (and nails it!) Orson Welles Outtakes - Paul Masson Commercial Orson Welles Outtakes - Frozen Peas All rights reserved. Copyright 2017 Four Foot One Media. […]

  • Episode #21 - Dave's Return Pt. 1 - Chris Is Going To Hell
    by Four Foot One Media on August 4, 2017 at 4:00 am

    Dave is back! We talk about the movie Atomic Blonde, the Justice League mustache controversy, Tina's trial of Comixology Unlimited, the passing of voice actor June Foray, and more. We were one mic short for this episode so some of the audio is not up to our usual quality. Sooty is a glove puppet, created by Harry Corbett in 1948, a fictional bear that appears on British television. The children's television show that bears his name has continued in various forms since the 1950s and, according to Guinness World Records, is the longest-running children's program in the UK. (From Wikipedia. Click for details.)   Topics: San Diego Comic Con vs DragonCon, Police Squad, Naked Gun, and Buster Bloodvessel doing the Can Can in a dress. Alex talks about Atomic Blonde and John Wick 2. Alex is still a child. Chris still isn't funny. Kevin Hart's comedy special What Now? Rotten Tomatoes Game for Atomic Blonde and The Emoji Movie. Alex's gives the room open crotch. Justice League Moustache-Gate (See video below). Henry Cavill's underwear calls to mind Drawn Together. Tina tells us about Comixology Unlimited. WTH is Daredevil doing in San Francisco?? Three of a Kind - a sketch comedy show from the UK in the early eighties. It starred Lenny Henry, Tracy Ullman, and David Copperfield (not THAT one). Dave's thoughts on The Orville and Star Trek: Discovery. (Dave is REALLY annoyed by Worf's son Alexander.) The passing of June Foray. Alex is amazed that anyone over fifty is still alive. We make some rather insensitive remarks about Stan Lee and his late wife. The picture Dave was referring to as Seth Macfarlane in makeup.   Bad Manners - The Can Can (1981) Nerdist - What is Justice League's Stachegate Controversy? (Nerdist News w/ Jessica Chobot) Three of a Kind starring Lenny Henry, Tracy Ullman, and David Copperfield (Includes the Alien spoof feat. Sooty and The Reverend Nat Westminster.) True Identity - Trailer (This is the movie with Lenny Henry we were trying to think of) &nbs […]

  • Episode #20 - SDCC 2017 - Geek Christmas
    by Four Foot One Media on July 30, 2017 at 4:59 am

    Your hosts discuss many of the trailers and announcements to come out of San Diego Comic Con 2017. Hosts: YES!! Topics: Jarvis in Dunkirk makes it a Marvel movie. General thoughts on the type of movie that Dunkirk is. A rundown of all the geek news of the last two weeks. Hang in there, Stan Lee. A Wrinkle In Time trailer released (see below). Jodie Whittaker as The 13th Doctor. Does canon support it? Ready Player One trailer released. READY PLAYER ONE, Y'ALL!!! (see below) Stranger Things Season 2 trailer released (see below). Limetown - Fictional Podcast (link below). Star Trek: Discovery full trailer released (see trailer and links to prop and costume articles below). Stargate Origins announced to anchor Stargate Command, a streaming service dedicated to the Stargate franchise (see below). The Crushers are xenophobic. Justice League trailer released (see below). (Note: The Flash actor's name that Chris brain farted on is Grant Gustin.) Thor: Ragnarok trailer released (see below). Steve Whitmire fired by Muppet Studio (see link below). The forthcoming sequel to The Dark Crystal is called The Power of The Dark Crystal. It is listed on IMDb but does not have a release date. We lose a whole five minutes taking a picture of Chris. Tina ordered wigs until she got free shipping. Leaked footage of Captain Marvel looks good. New footage of Star Wars: The Last Jedi from D23 (see below). My Little Pony and Duck Tales (see Duck Tales clip below). Chris remembers Lahwhinie from Chip 'N Dale's Rescue Rangers. Paddington 2 is coming November 2017 (see trailer below). A Wrinkle In Time Official US Teaser Trailer: Ready Player One - SDCC Teaser: Stranger Things | Season 2 Comic Con "Thriller" Trailer Check out Limetown. Highly recommended! Star Trek: Discovery trailer Stargate Origins - Teaser Trailer Justice League - Comic Con Sneak Peek Thor: Ragnarok Official Trailer Star Wars: The Last Jedi Behind The Scenes Duck Tales - Clip featuring Mrs.Beakley Paddington 2 Trailer   Remember this? Click for the Wikipedia article. […]

  • Episode #19 - Evan Harris, Actor, Bearded One, & Laughing Stock
    by Four Foot One Media on July 26, 2017 at 11:50 pm

    Hosts: In-Studio Guest:  Evan Harris - Actor, Improv Comedian, & Co-host of The Bearded Ones Podcast.   A sample of The Bearded Ones (LISTEN TO THIS NOW!): CLICK HERE for The Bearded Ones podcast.   AND CLICK HERE to register and nominate The Bearded Ones podcast for the Comedy category! Topics: It started with Kevin Smith and an office job. VOTE for The Bearded Ones in The People's Choice Podcast Awards (See link above) ! Would You Fuck It? Super Beasts. The Despondent Robin Thicke. Some podcast shop talk. A HUGE diversion into gun talk. Guilty pleasures, such as Dr. Pimple Popper. Theater for developing social skills. An homage to (future guest) Shane Willimon. Breaking out of the podcast pack. Evan's geeky interests, Star Wars, Star Trek, Hero Quest, Re-Animator. Favorite Movie: Dawn of the Dead. Who inspires you?: George Romero, Kevin Smith Book you would give as a gift: The Autobiography of Malcolm X (see link below) Pre-weed Kevin Smith vs Post-weed Kevin Smith and the story of his anal fissure. (You read that correctly.) Marvel or DC? Some unique perspectives on the DC cinematic universe and Marvel and DC TV shows. Do you know what 'nemesis' means? Is Star Trek suited to the big screen? Chris again pushes his theory that Star Trek: Enterprise is the unintentional reboot of the Star Trek universe.   CLICK HERE to see on Amazon.   How It Should Have Ended: Batman v Superman […]

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