Look, you shouldn’t need another reason to vote what with all the crap going on, but if you do, you could do worse than voting because Tenacious D (and guests!) singing “Time Warp” from “Rocky Horror” inspired you to.
While we still have a few months left to see what other horrors 2020 will bestow upon us, at least we have “Animaniacs”to look forward to.
Federico Vittici’s annual small-book-length iOS and iPadOS review is now out — I haven’t read it yet, but it’s so good each year that I’m just going to link you to it anyway.
eD! and Jeff talk about all the happenings at the “Time Flies” Apple Event, and discuss the Microsoft Surface Duo!
This was a real rollercoaster of emotion.
eD! and Jeff talk about Chadwick Boseman, Sabretooth casting rumors, and singles from movie soundtracks that are very good!
Having done this podcast for 197 more episodes than anyone ever thought they would, eD! and Jeff bring Nearly Coherent back to its roots: spending a bunch of time making fun of Dave, who finally accounts for where the hell he’s been all this time, and marveling at the quality of the Dave’s News Corner story he brought with him!
Now we’re getting Red Sky Crossovers in real life, too? Perfect.
There’s a new episode of early Coherent
eD! tells a story that’s been haunting him since childhood, Jeff breaks our brains with “Jeopardy!” facts, they talk about how weirdly high the bar is for what counts as news now, and reactions to the deal between AMC Theaters and Universal Studios!
Honestly, this episode might be the best explainer about how my brain works of all time, so please feel free to give it a lesson and, like Jeff, mutter, “Oh, okay, I get you now” about me to no one in particular.
About five minutes after I started watching “Hamilton” on Disney Plus, I started wondering how long it’d take Weird Al to get a music video together for “The Hamilton Polka”.
Turns out the answer was two days, and it was worth every second of the wait.
eD! and Jeff get all nerd-horny over everything announced at WWDC. It’s real steamy, folks!
Come for my opinions on all the WWDC stuff, stay for the message Jeff now wants to use as his bedtime alarm tone!