Launch into another round of ranting when Episode 34 kicks off!

After the normal round of intros and Glenn raving about World of Warcraft Burning Crusade. Brad rants about insurance, and his new car getting rear ended, Glenn rants about a recent train wreck, and Christina has a mini-rant about the inadequacies of public transportation.

TV and DVD discussion includes The 4400, Supernatural, MI-5, Heroes, The Invincible Iron Man, Ultimate Avengers, The Class, How I Met Your Mother, and Stargate Atlantis.


Since they have seen episodes that have not aired yet in the US, Brad and Christina take a moment and almost have mini episode of Stargate Louisville discussing recent events and casting changes on Stargate Atlantis. They also chat about favorite actors who may be leaving the show and the fact that Jewel Staite will be joining the cast as a series regular in season four.


Geek Cuisine for this show is a knock down drag out brawl of an event. It is a fight to the death …. Well OK a fight to the digestion of Kit Kats from the UK vs Kit Kats from the United States.

Promos for this episode include the Strangely Literal Podcast.

Special Music guests for this episode include Raymond and Scum with the song ‘How Did I Get On This List’, and Bob Ricci with the song ‘Internet Love Song’. Both songs can be found on the CD Technobabble.

Also the thought and prayers of the PodCulture crew go out to Joe Murphy from the FarPoint Media network of podcasts during his struggle with cancer. Joe is a really great guy and the PC crew would really appreciate any support you could send his way, even if it’s just thoughts and prayers. For more info please head over to

By Brad

3 thoughts on “PodCulture 34: Crash Boom Bam – Part A”
  1. Hey, great show, been awhile since iv comment on one of your podcast eh?

    Anyways, did you guess Notice Christopher Eccleston aka The Doctor?
    on the end of esp 12, and 13

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