Geekiest Show Ever 165 – Back to the Future

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  • Biff Screwed us
  • Technology predicted in film and TV
  • Mr. Bean
  • Star Wars vs. Star Trek
  • Other science fiction
  • Mike sees geek
  • Cars equal our independence

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Disney Buys Star Wars – Episode #84

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It’s the second annual Stoplight Network Show Swap! This episode of Geekiest Show Ever features the return of the original hosts, Tim Robertson and David Cohen, to talk Geeky. Thanks to our friends at Disney and LucasFilms for saving this story for the same week Tim and David return to GSE, the main topic is, of course, Disney owning Star Wars. Also discussed, Indiana Jones, Cloud Atlas, and a lot of music editing in the show.

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Over The Top Or Underneath – The Great Debate? – Geekiest Show Ever #68

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We discuss:
– Scrunch or Fold?
– Over The Top Or Underneath?
– Amateur vs. Professional Wrestling
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid
Rollerball (1975)
– KREO Battleship and Transformers
– R2D2 Lego
– Star Wars Death Star Lego
The Big Bang Theory Season 4 Bloopers, The Big Bang Theory Season 3 Bloopers.
– Repurpose old technology
– Education and technology.
Dumb and Dumber
Saturday Night Live
The Hunt For Red October
Star Wars
James Bond

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Geekiest Show Ever #59 – It’s a mad house! A mad house!

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– Mark discusses Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes and why he feels it doesn’t qualify as a Planet Of The Apes franchise movie. Books discussed in this episode include: Harry Tutledove Alternative History books, Fingerprints of the Gods, By Graham Hancock, and The Complete Historically Brewed, By David Greelish.  Do we live in multiple dimensions of existence? Mark is Anti-Social, Kevin doesn’t believe it…but it’s true! Movies referenced include: Duel, Star Wars, Star Trek (2009), Jurassic Park, and Kenny. Does movie soundtracks make emotional connections and therefore influence the likes or dislikes of a film? Kevin tears Michael Moore a new one! We then discuss is it appropriate to create films, documentaries, mocumentaries or any other form of media which makes light entertainment of natural and man made disasters. Kevin was fortunate enough to watch the Space Shuttle Discovery being moved to a location near his office. Video of this can be seen here:

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