I do things because they are funny to me. Like making a parody poster for the newly announced "Ant-Man and the Wasp" movie based on the 2006 film "Akeelah and the Bee" poster. Is it funny to anyone else? Based on the reaction I got on social media, not very. That's okay.

So we had plans for a really great show where guest Aaron Nix would return after a long absence. The topic we had planned was great and would have been the greatest show ever. But computer problems and the like kept Aaron from joining us. Instead, we present you with this conversation that occurred between the Nerd Lunchers while waiting to start the show.

The Nerds are again joined by Michael May and Kay to drill down on the second Star Wars prequel movie, Attack of the Clones. We discuss our first time watching the movie, we scrounge deep down into our souls to discuss the things we liked about the movie and then we discuss things we had issues with, which may not be some of the things you're expecting. 

Come check it out, along with our insightful commentary you'll hear lots of audio issues, several of us have problems remembering words and CT confesses his hatred for 50s diners. All in this week's action packed episode!

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Pax and CT welcome back Evan for a fun, creative exercise in modernizing some of the wacky characters from the Golden Age of comics. Amazing-Man, the Vagabond, and Fantomah all receive updates to transform them into characters for 2015 and beyond. Nerd To-Dos feature Star Wars reading, the Flash on Blu-ray and the upcoming Nerd Lunch rebrand.