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Jay from The Sexy Armpit joins Jeeg and Pax for second Halloween treat to bask in the awesomeness that is KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park.  Without question it’s the best movie featuring KISS and sparkly cloaks and magical talismans and robotic doubles and lifeguard chairs and Michael Bell voiceover work.  Most importantly, it’s the guest appearance Jay was born to make.


Jeeg and Pax are joined by regular Jay from Sexy Armpit and very special guest Matt from Dinosaur Dracula in his very first podcast appearance.  The Halloween nerds spend some time discussing some of our favorite Halloween retail items like Mt Dew Pitch Black and Entenmann's Halloween donuts.  Then we all begin creating our own Halloween versions of existing products.  Lots to discuss and have fun with in this 2014 Nerd Lunch Halloween Spectacular.


CT and Pax sit back and discuss the first two seasons of CW's Arrow show. We talk about our favorite and not so favorite characters. We discuss the actors portraying the characters and how the CW has translated Green Arrow to the screen. We even discuss the first episode of season three as well as the spinoff show The Flash. Lots to discuss in Nerd Lunch's primer for Arrow.


CT and Pax are joined by the co-hosts of Classic Film Jerks, Digio and Bloom, to help kick off their new podcast experiment, The Recast. In The Recast Digio and Bloom are joined by a guest to recast famous and not so famous movies with currently working actors. This week they join us to recast one of all of our favorites, the Steven Spielberg Robert Zemekis joint, Back to the Future. Expect our picks to be all over the map, most especially for Doc Brown.  It's a lot of fun and an interesting discussion.


Take a trip back in time to the first podcast the Nerd Lunch trio recorded together. Unreleased until now, hear our test show where we discussed unaired pilots. On the discussion: Heat Vision & Jack, Lookwell, Justice League and Global Frequency. My oh my...how young we were...


With three years and 150+ episodes of podcasting under our belt, I thought it would be fun to look back and analyze the data about our show. Also, having discovered this cool service called Piktochart, I thought maybe I could import the date into an infographic and share it with our readers and listeners.

It's interesting to look back at the history of the podcast and really take in the numbers. Hopefully you'll find it as interesting as we do.