The Geekbox: Episode 111

The full cast (plus the lovely Mrs. Scott!) is back to talk about how I turned into a 12-year-old girl in Las Vegas last week. Enjoy the show, and don’t forget to keep those funny iTunes reviews comin’!

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The Geekbox — Episode 111 (2011-03-30)
Wherein we discuss Las Vegas, Lady Gaga, Sucker Punch, The Man of Steel, jaunty tunes, new podcasts, new jobs, 3G woes, Final Fantasy III for iPhone, Nintendo 3DS nonsense, the value of people (as reflected by Metacritic), e-book readers, more hilarious iTunes reviews, and Voltron porn. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Justin Haywald, Ryan Higgins, Alice Liang, and April Scott.
Running Time: 1h 6m 50s
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5 Responses to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 111”

  1. Craig says:

    Mr. Scott, please watch this and pay attention to the “www” conversation:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeIxUYiDrXU

    If you just say geekbox.net we will all understand what you are talking about… you don’t need to say “www”.

  2. Andrew says:

    Oh and the 3DS manual does have instructions on how to remove the battery. OK i’m done now! 😛

  3. Andrew says:

    As someone who listened to this podcast on a 3DS, I can confirm that the battery only drops to about 50% after 6 and a half hours of listening to music. (my average amount of time listening to music/podcasts at work).

    Also, while I understand the comment about “turning off all the features that make it a 3DS” its as simple as flicking a switch to turn off wireless, which is useless when playing a game like Pilotwings, for example.

    3D isn’t the only reason to play the system, either. Street Fighter IV 3DS blows the socks off the iphone version with or without 3D.

    Otherwise great podcast!

  4. sdf says:

    Griswold was great, but the Fitch factor was sorely missed.
    1Geekbox Network – I like the sound of that.

  5. Anthony says:

    Loved the Musical talk. My personal favorite is Little Shop of Horrors or Beauty and the Beast.

    And also, just to be that guy, Les Miserables isn’t the French Revolution. It’s the students revolt that occurs about 40 years later because the french revolution didn’t work.

    And Karen shouldn’t worry. The pacing of the story is extremely confusing in Les Mis. That is why the original reviews for the show reamed it. The story is barely understandable.

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