Jeff & Scott are joined by Kay (Fangirl Blog), Emily (Wrong Button Blog) and Cory (Coffee With Kenobi) to discuss geek TV and the state of geek culture in movies/television.
We review the premieres of shows like Gotham and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and decide what geek shows we would put on the air.
We also discuss whether or not geek themes is over-saturating pop culture and share thoughts on aMarvel movie college course.
Many of us are getting ready for the premiere of Star Wars Rebels, but Fangirl has already seen the movie and an episode of the series. She gives her spoiler-free review during today's meeting.
Also, we take time to celebrate the work of Jim Henson by looking back on some of the music, humor and memories of Sesame Street and the Muppets.
Other topics include the inclusion of Jarvis in the upcoming Peggy Carter series, the Frozen ride at Epcot, how people can send Groot a text, Darth Maul's screentime in The Phantom Menace and Batman hitching a ride on the Millennium Falcon.
The new fall TV season is almost here and we're getting excited! This week, the spotlight is on an old favorite and a new geek TV show!
When it comes to the success of The Big Bang Theory, it's amazing just how many different people love the show. However, not everyone in the geek community is a fan. We examine why we love the show & some of the reasons others dislike it.
Gotham is bringing us a unique Batman TV series and we're ready to check it out. John and Derek from The Gotham TV Podcast join us to talk about the excitement and expectations leading up to the premiere.
Other geek topics discussed today include reactions tothe new Batmobile, Peggy Carter's appearance on Agents of S.H.I.E.D., Harry Potter movies, Fangirl's upcoming review of Star Wars Rebels and Jeremiah Stewart of Bombad Radio reports back from Salt Lake City Comic Con.
Plus, GANNIN tries to turn today's Geek Assembly meeting into a sitcom.
It's the one year anniversary of the Assembly of Geeks! GANNIN tries to figure out that means and we try to explain it to him by highlighting movies that are celebrating their 10th, 15th, 25th and 30th anniversaries this year.
As we continue to look forward to the geek TV shows coming up this fall, Jeff & Colleen Roney from the Once Upon A Time Fan Podcast share their thoughts on the series and the upcoming Frozen themed season.
Teresa Delgado shares her Dragon Con report with the Geek Assembly and it's full of fans, crazy stories, cosplayers and selfies!
We also hear from a Geek Assembly member who is successfully raising a Star Wars fangirl.
Other topics discussed in the meeting today include expensive TV shows that Netflix acquired, what we noticed about this rough cut of the Star Wars cantina scene, what Stan Lee ALMOST did in Guardians of the Galaxy and the opening of a 4DX movie theater in Los Angeles.
The Geek Assembly is back - bigger & better than ever. Three weeks ago, Merchman, Admiral Eighties, Fangirl and GANNIN went on a mission to bring more voices and more geeks to the Fantastic Fortress. Mission Accomplished!
The Mighty Movie Master, Bobby Blakey is there to greet the geeks as they return and that leads to a discussion about the best & worst geek movies of the summer.
We have three very special Star Wars guests: Mark Newbold of Jedi News UK is here to share his thoughts on the latest round of Episode VII rumors.
Pete Morrison of Rebels Report joins the assembly to discuss what we can all expect from the Star Wars Rebels TV series. Plus, John Jackson Miller previews his new book Star Wars: A New Dawn, which features Hera and Kanan of Star Wars Rebels.
We also try to figure out who the heck Scoot McNairy is going to play in Batman vs. Superman and we discuss Marvel's post Age of Ultron plans.
All of this plus, geek assembly members share their opinions on geeky summer movies, Star Wars Rebels, rumors and the new season of Doctor Who.
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Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood
Review: Doctor Who: Into the Dalek
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