You are hereby welcomed to this week’s episode by the velvet voice of Farscape’s Lani Tupu!

We get the guilt on early, and Glenn’s got one that even he hesitates to recommend! “Thriller”, aka “They Call Her One Eye”, is the envelope pushing, sex and violence marriage that is said to have inspired the twisted genius of Quentin Tarantino.

Geeks go shopping this week, as Brad shows off his new Transformers, including the Jazz repaint, the voyager class Optimus, and the 20th Anniversary dvd edition of Optimus. Christina enjoys the new Dalek and Doctor Nine figures, and her Yoda Lunchbox. Brad extends the bookshelves once again with the Buffy books, “Dark Congress” and “Blackout”, and the third volume of The Invincibles. Christina spreads the geek love, giving her near-Muggle coworker a Lost “Sawyer” figure. The dvd shelf groans under the weight of both the Collector’s Edition of Serenity, and the first season of Heroes. Sparse, but not to be left out, Glenn’s brought Robot Chicken-Season 2, and the animated Doctor Strange dvd into his collection.

Priming for the new fall season, Brad and Christina review The Sarah Connor Chronicles and The Bionic Woman. Glenn, lagging boy, is still catching up on Smallville, 4400, and has yet to even begin Heroes.

Brad and Christina announce the mini-scoopage straight from the formerly-fanged mouth of James Marsters about his role on Torchwood.

Geek Cuisine is edging into Halloween with Candy Corn Hershey Kisses!

Don’t forget to get your entries in for Elvis:The Mini-series!

Christina looks forward to the Emmy Awards, talks about smacking Joan Rivers, Kristen Bell on Heroes, whalebone corsets, and Britney Spears.

In closing the trio entreats you the listener to show your support for Mountain Dew Game Fuel, and much more importantly, The Dresden Files. Pick up some drumsticks, and mail them to the head of Sci-Fi. Tv execs, beware of geeks in large numbers!

Many thanks to the British Invaders podcast for the review of The Quartermass Xperiment, and our promo this week is from The Scapecast.

By Brad

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