What do the Nerdherders enjoy streaming on YouTube, Twitch and Patreon? Tune in to find out! The boys also discuss their latest gaming endeavors (including their standard faves like Dungeons and Dragons and Warhammer 40k) as well as movies, video games and other hobby time activities.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 30.
In our milestone 30th episode we reach out to our listeners from the future, find out that exposure to plastic fumes isn’t good for Lathan, and check out what everyone’s been up to in the past 2 months since our last recording.
We then look back at some of our favorite moments from our past episodes, derail a bit to talk about lizardmen and Tim suits, and we finally sell out and hit the big time when we find ourselves with a legitimate sponsor.
And last but not least, Katie surprises us with an unplanned trivia challenge, Celebrity Deathmatch starts out a bit rocky, and Tim’s Sack finally asks us a gaming question that we actually want to answer.
What did the boys love in 2018? Listen in to hear their top movies, games and other favorite geekery. Plus, Dave’s Australian Adventures!
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 29.
In this episode we once again discuss resorting to kidnapping to gain more listeners, Lathan talks printers while channeling his best Bobby Brady, and Dave finds that no amount of editing can stop this episode from sounding like a hospital ward.
We then try our hand at putting together some Geeky Gift ideas for the holidays, add ski masks and burglaries to our growing list of imaginary felonies, and Katie tells us how she truly feels about Christmas.
And finally, we talk Lake Geneva and D&D during a seamless Geek Nations plug, Celebrity Deathmatch gets some very mixed up holiday spirit, and Tim’s Sack gets downright festive when we check it for mistletoe.
Geeky Christmas List –
DCU Subscription – $75.00 (year), $7.99 (month)
LootCrate – Varies
Legos – Varies
Sushi Go – $11.00
Spot It! – $12.00
Kill Doctor Lucky – $30.00
T-Shirts – $20.00
Chia Deadpool – $20.00
Chia Zombie – $16.00
Fallout 76 – $80.00
Ski Mask – $8.00 and 5 to 10
Solar System Glass Set – $55.00
Tardis Needle Minder – $4.00
Geek Clothes – Varies
Tardis Backpack – $33.00
Cthulhu Hat – $8.00
Weighted Anxiety Blanket – $110.00
Terraforming Mars – $45.00
Hail Hydra Board Game – $25.00
Aliens Egg Ceramic Cookie Jar – $30.00
Dungeons and Dragons Holiday Sweater – $50.00
DJI Mavic Air, Fly More Combo – $1000
Journal 29: Interactive Book Game – $15.00
Stranger Things Dart Nesting Plush – $25.00
Yoda Metal Bookend – $26.00
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 28.
In our 3rd Annual Halloween episode we find out what it’s like when Lathan records on painkillers, Katie and Jean discuss “that time of the month” and its effect on game nights, and we threaten Dev with an exceptionally long future episode.
And finally, Geeky Jean talks pumpkins, Katie’s Amazon Review takes one to the chin, and Celebrity Deathmatch turns into a chaotic Halloween themed Royal Rumble.
Oh, and we can’t forget Tim’s Sack. Even when he’s not here it still somehow manages to scare the Hell out of us..
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 27.
In this episode Dave decides to play it by ear when he makes a very loose last-minute outline, Lathan once again unleashes his inner Wolfman, and Katie invites our listeners to play a game before she comes to regret its very suggestive title.
Then we talk long distance with Joe about experiencing his very first hurricane, he learns that Gatorade isn’t Sun Drop, and we talk the Cult of the Carpet when he recaps his recent trip to Dragoncon.
Afterwards, Dave lets the crew spread their wings in a topic free for all, we go on a cosplay rant but end up exposing the Dark Knight, and Geeky Jean goes rogue and shows up early to discuss Halloween prep.
And finally, Review Roulette sits this one out when Katie takes a breather, Celebrity Deathmatch revisits a classic comic matchup but with an MCU twist, and we take a little hair of the dog when we try our best not the puke in Tim’s Sack.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 26.
In this episode Lathan decides to try out for a role in a Disney commercial, Joe finally remotes in and rejoins us from his “haunted” house in Charlotte, and Katie calls out our listeners looking for some Facebook love when we find out how many of you there actually are out there.
Then we pull up a chair and get a bit more serious when we discuss the perils of fame and social media, find out that the internet truly IS forever, and one of the crew says some things they come to regret and beg me to actually do some editing for this one.
Afterwards, we talk about the upcoming crop of movies sequels to find out which ones make the grade, Tim insults another actor when he badly channels Keanu Reeves, and we really get the impression that Katie doesn’t like Tom Cruise.
And last but not least, Katie finally debuts Amazon Review Roulette, Celebrity Deathmatch gets downright anti-social when Facebook and Twitter square off, and each of us dig up our shameful pasts when we reach into the deep, dark, depths of Tim’s Sack.
This episode the boys are joined by Pat Lewis, community manager for Mantic Games. Pat catches everyone up on what’s new with Deadzone, Dreadball and all the other cool Mantic products. Then Pat joins the guys to discuss their zombie apocalypse survival plan. The guys also discuss Extra Life, Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition, Magneto, Ready Player One, Destiny and Mistborn.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 25.
In this episode we find that Katie sounds a lot different than she did last time, Dave takes a crack at starting Crickets Gone Wild, and we find ourselves mishandling our organs and speaking in tongues when we actually manage to talk about some board games.
We then recap our exciting visit to Chicago’s Exxxotica convention, welcome Nancy to the show and find out what she really wants for Christmas, and Katie chats with some porn stars to find their talents extend well beyond what’s seen on the screen.
Afterwards, we cast our votes for our favorite porn parody movie titles, Tim’s tries to entice Bruce Campbell to join us for a show, and we find out which of us is the most deviant when we run through a sexy to do list in a raunchy game of Never Have I Ever.
And last but not least, Geeky Jean takes a break after all that counting, Celebrity Deathmatch takes a very strange turn when it turns into a tag team, and we dig into Tim’s Sack only to find ourselves on a casting couch instead.
In this installment from the Nerdherders the boys discuss TV and movie characters they would like to see get their own spinoff. They also discuss the usual goings-on in their hobby worlds such as Warhammer 40k, Dungeons and Dragons and Guild Ball along with video games and movies.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 24 Take 2.
In our 2nd attempt at recording this episode gremlins try to take down the show with a handful of technical difficulties, Lathan channels his best Wolfman when we talk the vehicular combat game Gaslands, and Joe asks Dave to install a very peculiar looking door lock.
Then we assemble the crew to spoil Avengers:Infinity War for the 10 people who haven’t seen it yet, Katie does the unthinkable when she actually agrees with Lathan on something, and then we craft our own insane theories on what we might expect from the Infinity War Finale next year.
And last but not least, Thanos’ snap affects more than the MCU when Katie and Jean suddenly disappear, “Grimace” takes on the Merc with a Mouth in another Celebrity Death Match, and Tim calls in sick again but that doesn’t stop us from digging into his Sack while he’s gone.
In this episode our excitable hosts Dave, Ian and Andy (with a guest appearance by Matt and Stino in the booth) recap Adepticon 2018 in Chicago. Listen to them discuss games they demoed, wandering the vendor hall for hours, heavy metal burgers, and purchases they really shouldn’t have made and will probably get in trouble for later.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 23.
In our 3rd Annual Adepticon Live Recording Todd, Eddie, and other fans show up when we bribe them with crappy games, Dev drinks tequila while we sing him Happy Birthday, and listener Lyn stops by and questions why women would settle for bad boob jobs.
We then try to chat about our time at Adepticon, Joe claims to run as fast as a Kenyan but ends up dancing with woofs, and Geeky Jean cuts in line to tell us what wedding gifts to get for our geeky newlyweds Chaos Dave and Alyssa.
And last but not least, Celebrity Death Match sees TNG face off against GNT, we find that any press is good press unless it involves sodomy, and then we witness the cruelest joke of all when we take another hilarious look into Tim’s Sack.
It’s the annual Nerdherders Winter Retreat episode! Dave, Matt, Andy, Justin and Ian will take you through the games they played over the course of a 4-day weekend on a lake in Maine. Be sure to stay tuned for the craziness at the end. The boys were on mic the entire weekend and that means arguments, silly songs, bad jokes and inappropriate behavior abounds!
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 22.
In this drunk and disorderly episode we share our mutual hatred for a certain weather forecasting rodent, Jean fills us in on the wonders of “Lady Porn”, and Joe gets us all worked up when he sensually tells us how he handles his minis.
Tim then confuses the show with a Pepsi commercial, we revisit some of our favorite convention memories and highlights, and whiskey takes Tim’s place as Dave’s new nemesis as he spirals into madness when the crew drives him to drink WAY more than usual.
And last but not least, Katie returns to talk our upcoming Adepticon plans, Celebrity Death Match finds brothers fighting brothers, and then it’s deja vu all over again when we reach into Tim’s Sack and request a do-over.
The Nerdherders go over their favorite things from 2017 in film, TV, games and more!
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 21.
In this jam-packed first episode of 2018 Katie and Jean take a much needed sick day but we prove to be even more idiotic without them around to keep an eye on us, and we find out if we’re lactose intolerant when we try to figure out the difference between blue milk and green.
We then take a look at our previous years resolutions to see how we fared, reluctantly come up with some brand new ones, and finally have a lengthy, spoiler-filled discussion about Star Wars: The Last Jedi to see why it has everyone in an uproar.
And last but not least, while the flu sidelines Geeky Jean Celebrity Deathmatch pits the power of Star Wars merchandizing against itself, and we’re tempted to the Dark Side of Force when we reach into Tim’s Sack to choose our destiny.
In this episode the Nerdherders discuss their favorite campaign systems from board games and miniature games. What works, what doesn’t and what could be better. There is also the usual banter about movies, TV and games so strap in and prepare to jump to hyperspace.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 20.
In our spoilerific Thor – Ragnarok episode, we discuss the movie, and run through our top 5 movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Lathan interjects with his DC centric views.
We also Ask Geeky Jean about surviving the holidays with your non-geek family, and dive deep into Tim’s sack.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 19.
In our 2nd Annual Halloween episode we find that we’ll all get good seats in Hell, Katie fights Lathan over the merits of the Orville, and Dave finally makes it through a hobby update when Tim skips the show for a Bears game.
We then discuss horror movie remakes we would actually want to see, Lathan attacks the current crop of movie directors, and we dig into some other horror properties that have yet to make it to the screen.
Afterwards, we play Halloween DJ to see what makes our party playlists, find out that Lathan has some fairly strange taste in music, and dance awkwardly as he channels his inner Fresh Prince and raps at us.
And last but not least, Geeky Jean plays Halloween dress up, Celebrity Deathmatch pits fear against franchise, and we reach into the spirit realm to contact Tim from beyond the game.
The crew is back with a round table discussion episode! The boys wax philosophical about all sorts of topics from Warhammer 40k to the next big fantasy movie to properties that might have the staying power of Star Wars or Star Trek. And speaking of Trek, Dave pops in late to weigh in on Star Trek Discovery.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 18.
In this Rick-filled episode we send out some belated birthday wishes, Tim explains that human bones are gluten-free, and gym-rat Joe makes the rest of us feel bad for being lazy.
Katie and Dave also recap their trip to Gen Con 50, welcome listeners 8, 9, and 10 to the show, and discuss the benefits of Future Dave when we mess up the podcast way more than usual.
We then talk about our spoiler-filled favorite Rick and Morty episodes, find out there are different levels of asshole, and go off on another tangent to break the 4th wall and talk to the Infinite Dev.
And last but not least, Geeky Jean gets ready for Fall and talks pumpkins, Celebrity Deathmatch descends into chaos, and we go hunting in Tim’s Sack when one of us isn’t who we say we are.