Where’s My Flying Car? Broadcast 6: The Final Episode!

While this may be the final episode of Where’s My Flying Car? it’s important to note that we’re coming back as That Geek Podcast next week.

In this broadcast we continue with our gaming discussion and wander into dangerous territory: the movie that they inspire. That’s right, we discuss game movies and that brings on a bout of nerd rage at one point as we try to find one we really like. It’s an episode worth listening to!

Our tune this week is provided by the METTAphors. You can find out where and when their playing as well as discover more of their music by visiting www.themettaphors.com.

Make sure you are back here next week when we return as That Geek Podcast!

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Where’s My Flying Car Broadcast 5: The One With All The Video Games!

If you ever doubted that women play video games, then this episode should provide all the evidence you need to dismiss your skepticism. I am fortunate to sit down with Sylvie and Stephanie, who regale me with tales of their youth with games and what they’re playing now. That screen shot you’re looking at is from Quest For Tires, a game that one of our ladies of gaming loved as a child. I have to admit, I spent a lot of time on a stone unicycle myself when I was knee high to a Mario Brother.

We talk fairly extensively about God of War 3, Guild Wars 2, the Assassin’s Creed Series as well as the movie, MMO’s, how women are portrayed in games, Diablo II and the upcoming update to Baldur’s gate. We touch on a plethora of other games including World of Warcraft, Tera, Call of Ducy, Age of Conan, Diablo II and III, Dragon Age and Star Wars The Old Republic. The topic of bad video game movies comes up as well, but not for too long, since we mostly manage to stay on target! er, topic. I meant ‘topic’.

The three of us also touch on what we’re watching now, namingly Legend of the Seeker, Doctor Who, Weeds and Hell’s Kitchen. I also spend a minute worshiping Kevin Nealon.

There’s even more in this whopper of an episode, but I’ll let you discover it for yourself. We were going to have a ‘rename our podcast contest’ but found a name right after we finished recording. In one more episode our name will officially change to “That Geek Podcast”

If you’d like to get in contact with the official Spinward Fringe Star Wars: The Old Republic Guild, you can find them by looking for Freeground Nation (Republic) or Regent Galactic (Empire) on the Canderous Ordo server.

This week we played ‘Polly‘ covered artfully by Walk Off The Earth. Make sure you check their site for tour dates, and to find more music. You can find their tunes wherever great sounds are sold!
Thank you for listening!

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Where’s My Flying Car? Broadcast 4: The One With Legend of the Seeker Spaced Community Torchwood!

 

Sylvie and Stephanie join me (Randolph Lalonde) in studio for a fantastic “Recommended Viewing” show, where we deftly avoid spoilers and laugh it up over four phenomenal boob tube fascinations. Your next hour and nineteen minutes are about to be filled with information and laughs regarding Legend of the Seeker, Spaced, Community, and Torchwood.

 

Want to say something to one of the podcasters? We have a hotline and a nifty answering machine to record you if we’re not around.* Call us using the Skype name: crewcastradio or on that old fashioned telephone (509) 203-4347.

 

Bif Naked plays us out this episode with Honeybee. You can find her through her webpage http://www.bifnaked.com and her music is available wherever great sounds are sold.

 

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Where’s My Flying Car? Broadcast 3: The Second Half Of The Pilot

In the second half of the pilot episode of Where’s My Flying Car? we continue to rush between topics you’d find in a geek boutique that include: Light Sabers versus Nanoswords, Hoverboards by Hasbro, Pamela Anderson, X-Ray Glasses you can order from the back of a comic book, real life stasis, Peter DeLuise (that great director), Stargate SG-1, the True Blood Finale (spoiler alert!) and we recommend Buffy The Vampire Slayer for our suggested view of the week (spoiler alert!).
It’s an epic end to an epic pilot episode. I thank Ray for joining me, and everyone else for listening to us! Please tell us what you think of our driving in the comments section!
RL

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Where’s My Flying Car? Broadcast 2 – The First Half Of The Pilot Show

Welcome to the first regular episode of Where’s My Flying Car? where we follow Ray’s ADD down the rabbit hole to topics including (but not limited t0): A lack of space themed science fiction on TV, the SyFy Network, Uwe Boll (that director guy), Spike TV, some Spinward Fringe trivia, a conversation on how some shows just don’t age well, Xena Warrior Princess, Hercules, Bruce Campbell, and our Blu Ray of the Week: Star Trek The Next Generation – Season 1.

It’s the first half of an exploratory geek conversation, and we have a blast. The theme music is by the Omega Experiment. You can find them on iTunes or on their website.

Thank you so much for listening, watch for the second half of this, and for the Spinward Fringe Podcast, returning to your feed on Saturday!

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Where’s My Flying Car? Broadcast 1 – The Doctor Is In

We don’t have a Spinward Fringe Podcast for you this week because I’m busy working on Broadcast 7 and we didn’t have the questions to do another Q&A.

BUT!

We do have the premiere of the new podcast from the Crewcast Radio Network: Where’s My Flying Car? Our podcast about all things Science Fiction, Futurist, and Entertainment.
This is the Doctor Who Special, where I’m joined by Sylvie and Stephanie, fellow Doctor Who fans who discuss our encounters with the Doctor and celebrate the premiere of the new season of Doctor Who, on September 1 in Canada, US and the UK. I hope you enjoy the show!

Bif Naked provides the outro song: Spaceman. You can find everything she’s done wherever great music is sold, including iTunes. You can also find her by visiting her Facebook Page.

The Spinward Fringe podcast will return next Saturday, and you’ll find a brand new episode of Where’s My Flying Car? on Wednesday, its regular broadcast day.

Thank you for listening!

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