Nerd Lunch Episodes 17 & 18: Busting a list and reading some fan fiction

Nerd Lunch Podcast

So, I was taking a break over the holidays, but the podcast doesn’t.  So while I was out, we had two episodes go live.


Episode 17 went live the week of Christmas. In that episode the three of us fly without a fourth chair and decide to bust a top 25 list from IGN featuring the Top 25 Sci-Fi movies of all time.  The list is pretty good, but the top 2 spots are shocking.  And this episode is an extra LOOOONG version as it clocks in around 1.5 hours due to the number of movies we begin discussing.  Come see what Sci-Fi classics the three of us can’t stand.

Torchwood LA

Going live this week is Episode 18.  In that episode we are joined again by Jay from  In this episode we all point our browsers towards to feast our hungry eyeballs on the awesome buffet that can be found there.  We all pick a fan fiction story about a favorite TV property, read it, and review it for the rest of the group.  It’s a lot of fun.  Check it out to see who wears the pants in the Horde and if Jack Bauer accepts an invitation to join Torchwood.

Download this episode from iTunes or listen to it on Feedburner. And yes, we are still on the Zune Marketplace.


3 Responses to “Nerd Lunch Episodes 17 & 18: Busting a list and reading some fan fiction”

  1. Any word on the Quantum Leap / TNG crossover fan fic? I’m looking forward to your review and dramatic reading of it down the road.

  2. No word yet, Jeeg. And I’m not sitting on my laurels, I’m actively digging through the unsavory parts of the Internets looking for it. When I find it, there will be a reveal. And much rejoicing.

  3. This is another way that Enterprise ruined Star Trek. All the Star Trek/Quantum Leap fan fiction now revolves around Enterprise. HA. HA. HA. VERY CLEVER, INTERNET!

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