Is this the same powerhouse that was Jekyll? It’s got the same team, as well as longtime Dr. Who showrunner in Stevan Moffat… so why don’t we take a ship across the country and tell you all what Hatton & PCR think.
Before we get to the episode, we just want to mention a charity that our guest this week mentions: GAMES FOR LOVE, a charity that provides not just games, but camps for programming and coding, to kids in hospitals around the world to ease their stresses through gaming. Please, give it a look and a share.
On to the matter at hand… Tabletop RPG is in a new heyday… all those years where the only problem with sitting and rolling dice with friends was that you couldn’t get people together – well now, you can watch roleplayers roleplay all over the internet!
If you do dig on streaming tabletop, you have probably heard of our guest, B. Dave Walters aka Victor Temple on LA By Night, a canonical Vampire: The Masquerade game streaming with Geek & Sundry (If you haven’t watched, you can start right here!) They have just started their new Chapter, which you can watch live on Friday nights – or B. Dave Storytelling his game on Queue Times.
It’s been a few years since the Redwood Originals rode down through Charming… so it seemed like a good time to see whether the life and times of Jax Teller and his entire band of miscreants ended up where they deserved.
So settle in for some mouth-singing and questions of religious importance, as the Somethings are about to ride their hogs down that ol’ dusty trail with Sons of Anarchy for THE END.
A new year means NEW THINGS! So a few weeks ago, we were on Twitch trying out our newest game… what is it, you may ask.. well, there is a lot of crazy stories around the world – but we’re also some creative weirdos.
So, 10 news stories – one lie. Hatton is the newscaster, Rob is the news guesser… which is the real and which is the lie, YOU DECIDE!
It is a new year – and what does that mean? Tons and tons of websites with lists about what the best of 2019 was… well we’re not doing it. We’re going to start the new decade looking forward at the movies that are to come.
From the obvious to the surreal, join PCR and Hatton as they talk about some of the movies and trends that they are expecting to look forward to, or are at least hoping to not hate.
Let’s get this decade underway with the first time I get to say
Don’t you sometimes want to get a way to a place where everybody knows your name?
That’s what the Somethings did this week as we take on another episode of THE END – did one of the historically beloved and remembered sitcoms hold up decades after it went off the air? How funny can dudes sitting at a bar really be?
Well hang out with PCR and Hatton, Mayday Malone, Carla, Cliff, Norm, and Woody as they talk about not just an episode, but a phenomenon in Cheers
Sure, it’s early, but we’re taking next month off – so we gotta get it in somewhere.
And since everyone is getting themselves all stuff prepared, we decided to hit a a movie that had a strange beginning, but has found its place as a Christmas Traditional for weirdos… it is the scariest Christmas Carol ever put to film – SCROOGED! (I heard an old lady had a heart attack)
So join in the festivities as the Somethings discuss whether this was a well-received holiday tradition (like cranberries in a can) – or the kind of thing you tolerate just because it’s the holidays (like hugging the weird aunt that always smells like cat pee)
It’s time to be visited by three ghosts and two Somethings, so you best change your ways…. Scrooged!