Nerds Online

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The first half of a rowdy night at Challengers Comics. 

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NEW TO THE NERDOLOGUES! SEASON TWO PREMIERE! Lauren and Eric look at the very beginning of He-Man and She-Ra and consider the recent Netflix documentary The Toys That Made Us with special guests Sam Wells (half-owner of Chicago's incredible vintage toy store Toy De Jour) and Tim Seeley, a guy who literally wrote the book on He-Man toys... and also, it turns out, wrote the brand bible for Netflix's forthcoming She-Ra reboot.

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We're rockstars now, I guess. I dunno. We did make a record! You can listen to and buy it online!

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We're on a "hiatus" where we "take a break" from "releasing content". Any way, here's more of Jo drunk rants. Enjoy!

 

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From a couple's activity to a Kickstarted game, we follow the journey of Earworm and help unlock some inner rockstars with this infinitely mouthable songs.

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Meredith discovered the world of Jane Austen's novels in college and has since reread them many times over in addition to listening to them as audiobooks and rewatching the film/TV adaptations (at least the ones she likes).

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The only way the season could end! Guests JB Anderton, Dean Neilly, and Rachel Pitt join Lauren and Eric to discuss a wide swath of holiday traditions and their media representation against the backdrop of one of the most infamous entries in the He-Man/She-Ra canon. Skeletor has his Grinch moment, Horde helicopters take dubious shapes (we’ll talk about it!), and Prince Adam denies the War on Christmas. This was a nice time. Recorded live at the Cards Against Humanity Theater, and we also had punch & pie, so it’s a little looser than normal. Be warned.

 

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Finally, Bill and Spencer hosted a Starting Strength seminar at their gym, Kratos Strength Training in Evanston, Illinois. First, Matt Reynolds comes by to plug the Starting Strength online coaching model. And then the founder of Starting Strength himself, Mark Rippetoe, swings by to talk all things strength.