The Geekbox: Episode 248

We’ve got a shorter episode this week, since Justin is out. Beware of light spoilers for The Book of Mormon!

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The Geekbox — Episode 248 (2013-12-04)
Wherein we discuss no one knowing who anyone is, the Princes of Persia, the end of the Year of Luigi, the Mario Bros.’ occupation, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Bravely Default, super-long games, broken PlayStation 4s, ongoing Batman: Arkham Origins issues, consumer buying habits, Frozen, and The Book of Mormon (light spoiler warning!). Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 57m 29s
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One Response to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 248”

  1. As a listener, I’m not bothered by a namedrop in an anecdote that doesn’t get further identification. More than not, it’s not pertinent to the story, and I can get the point of the story while also understanding that you guys are talking casually.

    Ryan, you really need to let the other guys talk and stop cutting them off mid story with your annoying “Who’s that?” and “Nobody knows who that is.” Oh my god, I just want to hear the rest of what they’re saying without you jumping in to stop them.

    Yes, every podcast is the first podcast for someone, but this isn’t like the episode of Muppet Babies where the story stops every time someone hears a word they don’t understand.

    Respect your readers’ intelligence enough to understand that they can catch up with the “inside talk”. It’s not cryptic as you think it is.

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