Dan & Kenton gear up for the new TV season by running down their fave and not-so-fave new & returning shows. Then, the Nerds make their Emmy picks. Spoiler alert: Kenton predicts a disastrous hosting job by Andy Samberg
Kenton & Dan welcome Star Wars super-fan Chris Schiffmann (@Cshifty) to the second episode of Star Wars Nerds. Chris shares his Star Wars “origin” story, his disdain of Jar Jar, and some delicious sugary Star Wars cereal!
The Media Nerds began this week excited about Stephen Colbert’s return to television, but was the excitement warranted? And finally, Apple delivers the set-top box Kenton & Dan have been talking about for years.
Dan & Kenton jump on board the popular hashtag and give their returning students a bit of advice on how they can be successful in the Creative Communications program. Plus, some minor changes are on the way to this podcast and the Nerds are gearing up to launch an all-new podcast in a galaxy far, far away….
Dan & Kenton go off on an early tangent re: the Ghostbusters remake while they plan for the first Media Nerds Music Club entry. They also discuss an update on the Winnipeg Free Press paywall AND dissect all the glorious information coming out of last weekend’s D23 Expo: Star Wars! Marvel! Pixar! This event had it all!
The Nerds are back in studio this week to finally talk about Ant-Man, a possible Media Nerds music club, more layoffs at Corus Radio, and all the nerd-gasmic Star Wars news that came out this week. Only four months to go!
Dan & Kenton completely forget (while recording) that this is the one hundredth episode of this podcast! Holy shit! They do remember to talk about the Deadpool trailer, the failure of Fantastic Four, and (of course) Jon Stewart’s final episode of the Daily Show.
As talk radio legend Charles Adler gets ready to leave the Winnipeg airwaves for good, Dan & Kenton re-visit their discussion about what the future of the radio industry should look and sound like. Also, Kenton finally gives up on True Detective while Dan goes clear on Scientology.