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The Nerd Crew – A Pop Culture Podcast By Red Letter Media

If you have ever listened to or watched a geek-focused podcast (and I have experienced far too many of both) then enjoy this fantastic parody of the medium from the movie review guys at Red Letter Media. It includes a frighteningly accurate discussion about machine classifications in the Star Wars film franchise – and how they enhance the “mythos” –  plus a thank you to the podcast’s sponsor, “Geek Crate”, a supplier of cheap plastic merchandise in expensive wooden crates. Which is literally a thing. I wonder how long it will be before the lawyers get onto this one?

3 comments on “The Nerd Crew – A Pop Culture Podcast By Red Letter Media

  1. “This film won’t be forgotten for the next fifty, maybe one hundred thousand years”

    I listen to a lot of the Incomparable podcasts and I really like them but there is an hint of people dragged in who are known or not for er… having…er… podcasts!


    • Yep. I listen to quite a few myself, especially when working. But you come across the odd ones where the episode falls exactly into the stereotype lampooned by the Red Letter guys. I don’t think I’ll be able to listen to such ones again! 😉


  2. {{ BIG STAR WARS STORY }} Can any of u help this old dog learn new tech savvy tricks? I have the real Star Wars story here, trying to get it to Lucas, it is important, how do u get to Lucas? Twenty plus years ago I filmed the sad demise of the amazing estate art studio of American pop culture artist, Maxfield Parrish. Lucas said that it was the art work of Maxfield Parrish that directly inspired the feel and look of his Star Wars films, page 282 The Lucas Effect…. Parrish built that studio and it was where he created all those masterpieces that inspired Lucas. Lucas will display his Parrish collection in his new art museum. This is a giant, this story and info I have must get to Lucas. So I am asking everyone to please help me, this is real Star Wars history! It needs the help of many.. I am in hopes Lucas will see my story on social media and I am in hopes people will talk about this on a pod cast. These site will tell u the real story it is fantastic. I created a story to release my findings. and ** I believe through our research that Star Wars truly began in the art studio of Maxfield Parrish in 1904.
    Be part of this,” help me Obi One Kenobi ” if you visit Lucas tell him about me. Or pass this historic story on and thank you very much, Robin Lee, Maine


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