Tip makes a comeback as the geeks live stream another episode, but this time with Rob Campbell. In the process, we learn that Back to the Future is a movie about a time traveling dog, Dusty is vacationing in an underground moon temple, and that Chris has been holding coronavirus BBQ dance parties.
Chris and Dusty take to the internet in the Geek’s first ever live show! Tip does his best Emo Phillips impression from social isolation, Dusty learns about the changing business of food carts in a COVID19 world, and Chris discovers his new love of sports (and how to wear them)! The calls don’t stop coming on this episode, and if you want your voice heard call/text the Dumb Geeks at (971) 801-8502, or email us email@example.com!
The geeks are back together and joined once again by Shannon Sorenson for a MEGASODE! We discuss the Marbula One marble racing championship, some very big news from a listener in Mexico, multiple new sponsors, and a ridiculously long dissection of the last five episodes of Picard season one.
The geeks (minus Dusty) get together with Dan Brusich and returning guest Adam Snyder to discuss our lives in lockdown, coronavirus, sleeping medications, and much more!
Adam Snyder drops by to help us review the first 5 episodes of Star Trek: Picard. But first we do some vocal warmups, Chris challenges Adam to the Dumb Geeks trivia challenge, Adam corrects Chris on the pronunciation of Data 27 times, and we get a huge new sponsor!
Adam Snyder joins the geeks this week to light another candle on the Keanulabra and discuss 47 Ronin, the Keanu Reeves fantasy epic. But first we listen to a new geekhead voicemail, Dusty surprises us with a coffee tasting competition at 10 p.m., Maximilian returns with a new minisode edition of The One Percent, and partway through the movie review we get distracted and talk about the Witcher for ten minutes.
Actor Joey Copsey joins the Dumb Geeks to celebrate another week of Keanuary! We give our pained reactions to Chain Reaction, listen to voicemails from the Geekheads, do some corrections, and discuss the important issue of rotating restaurant decapitations.