Episodes With and Articles By Louis

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FIRST APPEARANCE: EPISODE 1 – FORCE-COLORED GOGGLES When Louis was a child, his father painstakingly recorded the audio track from a television broadcast of A New Hope, the cassette of which wore down from daily use. This launched a lifelong affair with science fiction and fantasy. He’s a fan of many obscure and wonderful television shows, has an unhealthy obsession with computers and gadgets, and since 2004 has attended Dragon*Con as an outlet for his inner-dork and a chance to be with geek family.

Episode 71 – Regarding Ryder

Episode 71 – Regarding Ryder

So, we finished Mass Effect: Andromeda and have a lot to say. Between open-ended plot threads and non-sensical story elements, is this the final lackluster hurrah for the series?

Episode 70 – Old Laser Gorillas

Episode 70 – Old Laser Gorillas

It sucks admitting it, but we’re getting older. And kids these days – geez! They’ll never get to experience the joy of renting videos at Blockbuster, dealing with CD players skipping, or racking up long distance bills on their parent’s dime.

Episode 69 – Wonder Woman Review

Episode 69 – Wonder Woman Review

After a long struggle to the big screen, Wonder Woman makes the most of her first solo effort in what is easily the most refreshing comic book movie in years, if not ever.

Episode 68 – Does It Hold Up?

Episode 68 – Does It Hold Up?

We rewatched a handful of old cartoons and other series from the 80s and 90s to answer an important question – does any of it still hold up today?

Episode 67 – Choose Your Own Post-Apocalypse

Episode 67 – Choose Your Own Post-Apocalypse

From nuclear armageddon to bio-engineered zombie outbreak, humanity has a timeless fascination with the end of the world. We discuss what it takes to craft a good apocalypse and share our favorite stories of civilization’s collapse.

Episode 66 – Star Wars Celebration 2017

Episode 66 – Star Wars Celebration 2017

If you’re a Star Wars fan, is going to Celebration worth it? Jen, Felicia and Louis discuss their shared experience of attending their first one – the good, the bad, and the lines

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