In which our heroes look over the first two years of Rick and Morty. Re-experience all the laughs and trauma with us.
(If parts of the discussion, especially towards the end, give the impression that this episode is coming out really, really late? Blame Mass Effect Andromeda and Nier Automata)
In which our heroes discuss the realm of fan created works, kind of forgetting that the podcast itself is one. Learn about the hosts’ shady fan-fiction writing pasts.
In which our heroes, tired and weary, manage to pull their less-prepared-than-usual selves together to discuss some things they’ve been watching and playing before diving a little deeper into Nintendo’s latest.
In which our heroes talk, at length, about a mysterious wizard who travels in time and space.
In which our heroes talk about streaming TV. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Crunchyroll, CBS, Hulu, et al.
And yes, Netflix originals include Marvel shows. And yes, those include Luke Cage. So yes, this episode includes the whitest people you can imagine discussing race issues in America so we apologise for that.
Luke Cage looking amazing:
Ralph McQuarrie’s Enterprise:
Star Trek Discovery’s Ship Design:
In which our heroes take a nostalgic look at RPG games they’ve run or played in. Featuring vampires, far-future nano-tech magic, heresy, intellectual property theft and, yes, spods in a tin can fired into hell.
In which our heroes take a look at the games coming up in 2017, with a brief detour into proper Mongolian pronunciation. Pretty standard Dangerously Unprepared stuff, really.