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On A GOL Like This



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It’s an episode full of snippets and e-mails. Then the Techno Retro Dads invade for a crossover-ish episode as Steve records his impromptu appearance on their show live on GOL! We talk Star Wars, Batman, Bond, Dinosaurs, and so much more on this – your safe place to geek out!

Episode 82 – SnipJATs



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James Arnold Taylor stops by to talk about his newly published book JAT365, his work voicing The Leader in Marvel’s Hulk and The Agents of S.M.A.S.H., and a little bit about his favorite super heroes from days gone by. Derek and Steve talk all things from Ant-Man to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. All this and a Bad Impressions Theatre featuring James Arnold Taylor? It’s too good to be GOL…but it is.

Episode 67 – Bonded Trailer of Steel (hashtag Star Wars)



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We spend as much talking about two and a half minutes of Man of Steel as we do about seven Bond films, Star Wars news and Friday Night Lights combined. Superman has once again captured out imaginations and we couldn’t be more excited on this episode of your safe place to geek out.

Episode 61 – The Face in The Window



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With Autism Awareness month on the horizon, Geek Out Loud joins forces with our good friend Kim to help raise funds for her participation in Walk Now For Autism Speaks. Help Kim meet and break her goal of $2,000 raised by heading over to and donating to a great cause.

On this episode we talk about that, We stroll through some e-mails, Steve goes on a Star Wars rant, Derek gives us a reading from the Star Wars Encyclopedia, we talk a little bit about John Carter, we have some fun with some snippets, and a Round 3 all culminating in some serious talk about the Rocky franchise.


Just what is that face in the window?

Episode 56 – Double O Snippet



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We open with snippets and we close with…well…that’s a surprise. Derek and Steve tackle subjects ranging from The Muppets (of course) to James Bond. It’s an episode that is sure to spark some e-mails and comments, and it’s always safe. It’s your safe place to geek out.