This week, Bryan, Sean & Roxi do their best to stay on topic despite the agonizing lack of Sarah. “What’s the topic” you ask? Posthumous Academy Award nominees & winners.
It’s that time again, fellow Nerds!
The oscar nominations have come, which means it’s crunch time!
Last year, we had an Oscar Challenge that proved impossible to complete. This year, after careful consideration, we have revamped the Oscar Challenge to ensure that it is able to be finished by Oscar Night, and also nerdier than ever! So here we go:
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Well folks, we’ve reached the end of Oscar Season.
We here at Nerdonomy would like to extend our congratulations to all winners of Academy Awards this year; your achievements were well recognized. I also want to take a moment to sincerely thank all those who listened to our live Oscar podcast: it was a lot of fun, and we look forward to our next live episode in the not-too-distant future.
Nerds on History‘s Eric Bricmont guest hosts as the Nerds debate the merits and point out the numerous historical inaccuracies of The Patriot.
Happy Oscar Season!
As we’ve done in past years at Nerdonomy, we’re hosting a challenge to prepare our movie-loving followers for the 88th Academy Awards. This year, however, we must warn you, the challenge is steeper than it’s been in the past. While usually the Oscar Challenge can be completed in watching 17-19 films, this year the challenge requires a MINIMUM of 20 films to be seen, and as many as 25 if you’re really pushing yourself. So get ready to do some sitting.