Allen Danziger introduces this week’s episode of PodCulture!

Brad bids a fond farewell to the office tv, and embraces his new shelves and fridge filled with Red Bull and Gamefuel! Glenn’s been to the movies, and gives his review of National Treasure: Book of Secrets, which brings about talk on Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. On dvd, he’s watched AVPR: Aliens vs Predator-Requiem.  Brad and Christina have had The Shoppening, coming away with a pair each of red “Doctor” Chuck Taylors, and Christina admits her Bath & Body Works addiction.

In TV & DVD talk, Glenn’s watched Bladerunner and appreciates the changes and tweaks to the HD version. Brad and Christina give their review of Stargate: The Ark of Truth, and talk about the way SG-1 ended. Christina got Brad “A Dog’s Breakfast” for Christmas, and it’s fantastic. They’ve been watching the usual suspects of Babylon 5, Smallville, and Flash Gordon. Glenn’s watched Black Rain, Shoot ‘Em Up, and Resident Evil: Extinction, which spawns discussion about the survival horror genre.

Geek Cuisine finds us with Peppermint Crunch Junior Mints, a discussion about chiggers, and Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles. (Can you say it three times fast?). We talk about Fox, Ron Paul, reality shows, and warn against leaving Junior Mints in your purse.

We laud our Christmas goodies! Christina got her Gir tote bag, the big box of crayons from Brad. The pair have added to their Webkinz collection. Christina got Brad a kult of koalas, and many thanks to Scott and Lindsey (from Two Geeks a Mic and a Podcast) for sending a giant koala to the PodCulture Studio. Glenn got a couple of video games, and WoW gold for Christmas. Brad got the VeggieTales nativity set and a Justice League PS2 controller from Christina’s parents. We talk about pets and stuffed animals. Does your dog have plush toys? Is your cat jealous of your teddy? Brad picked up a Spawn figure and a bluetooth ear piece for his phone. He got Marvel Zombies in hardcover and Sword of the Atom in trade paperback in his weekly comic run. Glenn tries to make his computer go to eleven, but finds out about the memory patch conundrum.

Thanks very much for our promos from the Mur Lafferty novel, “Playing For Keeps“, The Zombie Channel, and The Obscure 80’s Podcast.

By Brad

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