Geek in the City Radio Issue 140

Greetings Programs. Heck of a show this week ‘o gentle listener. First, Aaron throws in the towel on he and Dan‘s Buffalo Bills bet. Then, Greg Nibler and Sarah X Dylan of Funemployment Radio join the show and talk about their adventures at OMSI as they watched the Dark Knight Rises prologue! Then, a very special Dally Demands as Scott returns to the films that first inspired his early review days. Also, a double Fun With Race that asks some serious questions… But only has Kielen and the crew to answer. All that and a celebration of Sarah’s debut on the Biography Channel… And… The biggest event in 2012 that isn’t the Mayan Apocalypse (or the Geek in the City Telethon of Pain brought to you by the Jupiter Hotel)… Geek in the City Radio and Funemployment Radio present 9 hours of Batman with – Batman BeginsThe Dark Knight – and the midnight premiere of The Dark Knight Rises. More details in the coming months. Ah yeah.

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6 thoughts on “Geek in the City Radio Issue 140”

  1. Damn, just got through the segment of you guys discussing The Dark Knight Rises prologue. I have geek goosebumps. Can’t wait for this movie.

  2. Hey,
    Not sure if this is where I should be asking this. But my iTunes doesn’t seem to want to download the podcast, at least this particular episode but when I look at the iTunes page for the podcast 140 isn’t there at all.

    Curious if it’s just me or if there’s actually a problem.

  3. Hey Scott. We are updating our RSS feed (and the site as a whole). Please insert this new code into your iTunes RSS feed: http://geekinthecity.com/?feed=rss2

    Or, you can just do a new search for Geek in the City Radio in iTunes. The new feed should show up. Thanks! Sorry for the confusion.

  4. Thanks for the info. I really appreciate it. I put the code in the feed and everything seems to be working just fine.

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