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"So I was driven to read by pizza."
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Storytellers Kevin Reader and Alex Talavera

Founding Nerdologues member Kevin Reader shares what brought him to enjoy reading as a child. That joy for literature eventually led Kevin to write a book of poetry. A book of poetry that received an incredibly harsh review on Amazon.com. Alex Talavera brings to life the voice of the infamous K. Liston.

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Tim Dunn (of the fellow Nerdologues-produced podcast Talking Games with Tim and Clayton) is on the show to talk about a relatively new-found love of being busy.

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Join Max Temkin, one of the creators of Cards Against Humanity, to talk about why he thinks Spelunky is the best video game ever made.

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This episode was bound to happen because people effing LOVE The Simpsons, and I'm so pleased that it happened with gem-of-a-person Amy Thompson. She's such a sweetheart that I dare you not to be warmed by her silly antics in this conversation.

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Red Eye Chicago geek blogger Elliott Serrano's shown the Nerdologues that he has a thing or two to say about Star Wars. This week he joins us to talk about his favorite games set in a galaxy far, far away. From Rebel Assault to Lego Star Wars to Force Unleashed, we cover it all - plus there's a little bit of love for other LucasArts (RIP) properties for good measure.

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The Nerdologues overspent their budget. America, right?

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Returning from the 2013 year-end episodelike a champ, guest and friend Kellen Terrett runs down some of his favorite underrated games with us this week. Get ready for some hardcore nostalgia as we discover sleepover games, franchise entries that didn't quite live up to their promise, and all the PS1 action-RPGs you can shake a stick at.