Sat, 25 July 2009
Reflecting on the 40th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing, the boys consider where technology has brought us since then. Sure, podcasting and the wikipedia are awesome, but while we're trying to decide whether Ubuntu is preferable to Microsoft Vista, who's developing the next breakthrough technology that will make history the same way the astronauts did? Will we ever have a moon base or go to Mars? And is dark matter even real at all?
Plus we talk about the new Harry Potter movie.
Mon, 20 July 2009
Pulsar the Ultimate Man of Adventure, ROM the Space Knight, Shogun Warriors, Go Bots, Weebles and JJ Armes...
Star Wars and GI Joe weren't the only awesome toys from our youth. From the Mego Star Trek dolls to the Six Million Dollar Man, the boys reminisce about the great toys from the seventies and eighties.
PLUS: Brooks makes a shocking confession...
Fri, 17 July 2009
In this TV Ate My Dinner Theater featurette, our host Sir St. John C. O'Herlihy introduces us to Angus Dundee, proprietor of the Inn of the Broken Sword, a bar where stories as much a currency as money.
Sun, 12 July 2009
This Season Premiere marks the 2 year anniversary of TVAMD, and the boys celebrate by going back to where it all began: Talking about Transformers!
There's also some discussion of the new Friday the 13th and still more talk about GI Joe and Star Trek.
Sat, 11 July 2009
TVAMD presents a brand new featurette: TV Ate My Dinner Theater! Your host, Sir St. John C. O'Herlihy, presents stories of intrigue and adventure in the theater of the imagination.
This week's story: "The Morning Star" by Brooks Robinson and Sean Gilbert.
A psychiatrist gets too close to his work when he examines a serial killer with a frightening agenda.
Thu, 2 July 2009
In this epic Season Finale, the boys discuss the unsung (or perhaps improperly appreciated) heroes of Star Wars. Who are the people (and in some cases, the characters) who made Star Wars great? And who got left behind as it became what it is today?