This week Gavin and Jeff are left alone to discuss the upcoming election and politics in Canada. We also review event fatigue, and the overall lack of memorable events happening in mainstream comics.
This week Gavin and Jeff are joined by Arda Ocal and Brent Furtney, co-hosts of The Score's Right After Wrestling, as well as the hilarious Deborah Etta Robinson.
Recorded live at Clandestiny on March 6th. This is a condensed version of the show: one song, and a few jokes from each comics set. Then we give you some choice cuts of one of the funniest shows we have ever done.
This week we try some new things on the show: a new cold open, followed by a little music, our guests and then various odds and ends. In this episode, Gavin and Jeff are joined by Kathleen Corrigan (The Shelf's resident TV Dork) and author/relationship coach Samantha Fraser.
This week the Naked Nerd Katherine Curtis joins us to discuss the logistics of Naked News reporting, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and recent Superman casting news.
In the thriling conclusion of Wednesday's show, we are again joined by members of the Toronto Roller Derby. The gang discusses the dynamics of the sport of derby, the origins of the derby girl, and the common nerdom we share.
Joining Gavin and Jeff this week are members of the Toronto Roller Derby. The gang discusses the dynamics of the sport of derby, the secret origins of the derby girls, and, well there was so much stuff we had to spread it out over two episodes. So check back here this Friday for the part two!
Following last week's epic show with our guest Teddy Wilson, co-host of InnerSPACE on the SPACE channel, we present to you the stunning conclusion! This week we find out what Gavin really thought of The Wrestler, twist endings, talk more about the inner workings of popular media and quiz each other on hyper-nerdy trivia, all of which makes for an entertaining show.
This week's show sees the crew reunited at last... and it feels so good. In this episode Gavin, Jeff and Jess are joined by Teddy Wilson of InnerSPACE fame. They discuss the origins of Teddy, Tokyo police drummers and Black Swan. We went extra long recording this episode, so this will be the first part of a two parter. We'll see you next week for the thrilling conclusion!
In this, the epic conclusion of Episode 12, Gavin and Jeff tackle The Green Hornet, dream of remaking martial arts classics and curse entertainment talk shows and the future of humanity. The episode takes a sinister turn when the two get political, talk about how much they miss Jess, and ponder the future of GND.
In this (mostly) television-related episode Jeff and Will are joined by the Shelf's resident TV dorks Kathleen Corrigan and Ian MacIntyre, as well as TV critic Kat Angus of Dose.ca's excellent TV Casualty Podcast. The group discusses their favourite returning shows, shows they are looking forward to in 2011, the state of television in Canada, and even find time to challenge one another to ridiculously obscure TV trivia.
With Jess absent, Gavin and Jeff have a frank and deep discussion about the current state of media, lament having to grow up and reminisce about their respective dorky childhoods. They also discuss the always timely subject of the Transformers motion pictures.
Since we ended last week's show on such a high note, this week we explore Jess's trip to the theatre, Gavin visits Lionsgate and pitches the Heroes for Hire, and we once again play a new game of "Quiz the Geek".
The Shelf rings in the new year by waxing nostalgic about 2010's best and worst games and movies, and talk about what we're looking forward to in 2011. Will and Zack are joined by Emily and our old friend Lucas for this best/worst of ought ten show. The episode also has the distinction of being the only podcast you'll ever hear successfully segue between Gaspar Noé's brutal Enter the Void and Pixar's heartwarming Toy Story 3.
Happy 2011! We're back at it and have stories of our nerdy New Year's Eve adventures. Gavin and Jess share tales of hilarity from Futurecon, while Jeff introduces a new segment to the show, and we return to pitching your favorite comic books to moronic studio executives. Of course, no post-Christmas GND would be complete without talking about the Doctor Who Holiday Special and share personal thoughts on things to come and zombie readiness.