We apologize for the lateness of this post. In this episode, Eric and Bryan discuss the historical accuracy of, and the significance behind the recent film The Monuments Men. Who do you think liked the movie?
Roxi Nobari makes her triumphant return to The Nerd Cave as Oscar season is in full swing! The Nerds debate whether The Shawshank Redemption and Pulp Fiction were straight up c***-blocked by Forrest Gump for Best Picture in 1994.
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Nerds on History’s Eric Bricmont is a guest this week as NoF measures their respective Schwartz’s via a discourse on Spaceballs.
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Eric and Bryan welcome actor, history buff, (and Bryan’s uncle) Greg Mortensen, where they begin to re-evaluate The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Listen to see what makes the list.
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The month of Mel Brooksuary continues with The Nerds welcoming special guest Roxi Nobari to talk about Mel Brooks’ masterpiece Young Frankenstein.
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Eric and Bryan welcome author and historian Maureen Ogle onto the show to talk about her new book In Meat We Trust: An Unexpected History of Carnivore America. Listen as they explore a unique perspective on the history of food in America.
Fresh off their trip to Las Vegas’s New Media Expo, Eric and Bryan offer a belated look at New Year’s traditions from across the globe, and reawaken deep-seated childhood fears. Enjoy!
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