This week we have something very special for our listeners, a two-part crossover! Listen as Nerds on Film co-hosts Sarah Ashley and David McGuire guest star and help us discuss the history of Thanksgiving. Listen, subscribe, and follow us on Facebook, or Twitter @Nerdonomy!
If you are a regular listener to the podcasts (www.nerdonomy.com) then you may have heard us drop a few references to the nerdonomy home game. Well this game hasn’t really existed…
UNTIL NOW! (Did you guys just get excited? Because I know I did…)
So here’s the game:
The Setup: First subscribe to the podcasts, and tell your friends about it. Pick a friend or two to play with when a new episode comes out, and pick a Nerd to represent you! You earn points based on what your Nerd does during the podcast. For instance, if I’m listening to an episode of Nerds on History, I can pick Eric and someone else can pick Bryan. If one of the other Nerds is guest hosting on the show, like Kevin, then a third person may join, or those points can go to both players.
Join us as Eric and Bryan discuss the most sacred of rooms in the household. We apologize in advance if you have any audio problems with this episode. Enjoy!
Last week, my NoF cohost Bryan and I went to see Amour. If you’re not already aware (for shame, reader), this is one of the big nominees for this year’s Academy Awards. It’s going up for Best Actress, Best Director, Best Foreign Language Film, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Picture. It already won Best Foreign Language Film for the Golden Globes this year. That in itself is reason to consider seeing this movie, even if you aren’t a fan of foreign film.
The Christmas movie conversations continue this week with Bryan’s favorite: The Ref. Also, Nerds on History’s Eric Bricmont is back, everyone! Back to try to destroy the film podcast… one shark at a time.