Back to the woods! The Nerdherders spend a long weekend in a cozy cabin playing games and making crude jokes! The boys detail the games they played at the winter retreat, including new games Rangers of Shadowdeep and Era among other favorites like Shogun, Downforce, Space Base and Lords of Vegas. And then of course there are the infamous outtakes to close out the show.
The Nerdherders break into 2020 with a slew of hobby resolutions! What do they want to do more of? What are they tired of? Listen and find out!
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 41.
In this episode NASA Luke stops by for a visit and sits in for a sick Lathan, Tim makes a mess when we find he has a bit of drinking problem, and Katie promotes our upcoming Adepticon recording as well as our teenage niece…
Then, Tim tries his hand at creating a new segment in the D-Rail, we once again resort to some horribly bad accents, and then come full circle when we derail the D-Rail and talk about sex shops.
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money shills to pay the bills, Geeky Jean asks the pros about our cons, and Celebrity Deathmatch gets starry eyed when it pits captain versus captain.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. I’m sure it’s going to be out of this world this time.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 40.
In this milestone 40th episode Katie gets Schweddy when she channels NPR, Tim doesn’t have any hobby updates but Lathan more than makes up for it, and Amazon thinks Dave has some very specific tastes in novels.
Then, we talk about upcoming conventions, movies and TV shows when we take a geeky look forward into 2020, we mock our northerly neighbors, and Tim breaks his mic in the middle of the show – Again…
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money makes a Dark Return, Katie goes a bit Mad when Geeky Jean takes an episode off, and Celebrity Deathmatch uses the Force when weed killer would probably do.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. After all these episodes, Dave really wishes he could.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 38.
In our 4th Annual Halloween episode Tim tries to be spooky but fails with some very lackluster intros, Lathan’s update is so long it needs a top ten list and a speed round, and Jean takes a nostalgic trip to Thra and talks about some Gelflings.
Then, we find out who among the crew deserves to wear the crown when Dave breaks out the buzzers for another horror movie trivia contest in the much-anticipated return of The Addams Family Feud.
And finally, we plug a truly terrible Halloween decoration, Geeky Jean plays favorites, and Celebrity Deathmatch welcomes back a previous champion when he’s forced to pick on someone his own size.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. It’s just scary the things we always seem to find lurking in there..
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 37.
In this episode we welcome the Wappels back to the show, Katie tells Dave to go outside when she insults his “Stink Room”, and Tim gets in trouble with Katie and Cathy when he can’t tell his Kathryns apart.
We then talk about Reapercon and Protospiel, Lathan Skypes in from his bedroom when his car breaks down, and Tim’s wife Nancy tells us that everything sounds sexier if you say it with a French accent.
And last but not least, Geeky Jean does a balancing act, Shut Up and Take My Money gets squishy just in time for Halloween, Celebrity Deathmatch smells a bit funny, and Tim’s Sack tries to find out what you want to be streaming.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 36.
In this episode Tim reaches out to a potentially crappy new sponsor, Dave rambles on way to long about a “sucky” book he read, and Mario proves he’s the king of the convention circuit when he tours the country to find even more of them.
We then talk about missing out on this year’s Gen Con, Geeky Jean channels her inner Canadian when she apologizes for jumping the line, and we discuss the nerdy fear of missing out when it comes to movies, TV, conventions, and games.
And last but not least, we announce the “lucky” winner of our Facebook contest, Shut Up and Take My Money puts a call out to all you Bohabs, Celebrity Deathmatch turns into a violent three-way, and Tim’s Sack tries to find out which of our crew is missing out the most.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 35.
In this super-sized episode, we welcome Mario back after his 30-episode hiatus, find out Lathan might need an intervention for his gaming “addiction”, and we once again ask our listeners to fight each other for our amusement.
We then recap our trip to Columbus, Ohio for our very first Origins Game Fair, find out Dave’s obviously a big fan of doughnuts and beer, and Katie demos some new games while uncomfortably watching a marriage implode.
Afterwards, we discuss the rise of toxic fandoms, find out Neal Patrick Harris can play essentially any role, and Lathan rabbit holes once again and still can’t stop talking about his beloved DC.
And last but not least, we introduce a new segment in Shut Up and Take My Money, Celebrity Deathmatch gets downright radioactive but still somehow remains tasty, and Tim’s Sack has to put our listeners on hold while we all franticly scramble for answers.
The boys return from an extended hiatus! Well, most of them. Has anyone seen Matt? In this episode the guys catch up on what they have been up to over the past few months. They talk about Avengers End Game, Us, Warhammer 40k, Adepticon and so much more!
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 33.
In this episode some of the crew try to spoil Avengers Endgame without even having seen it yet, Tim alienates yet another game company when he mocks their name, and we learn what happens when Lathan has too much caffeine when he hijacks everyone’s Hobby Update.
Then, we try our hands at an actual review when we look at the new Starfinder Beginner Box from Paizo, break out a game of Utter Nonsense before immediately regretting it, and then spend the rest of the segment profusely apologizing for our horrible attempts at “accents”.
And last but not least, Dave puts his questionable taste buds to the test with some ghost pepper chips, Celebrity Deathmatch decides to go for a spin, and Tim’s Sack looks for a sidekick who’s finally ready for the big time.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 31.
In this episode we take attendance only to find most of the crew missing, break out Dave’s Grandpa’s old nudie glasses to honor Mike’s excellent mead, and hear that we’re really going places when convention season finally begins.
We then take a look at some truly awful mass market games, make them duke it out March Madness style in a fight to the finish, and succeed in finding a fitting replacement for Tim while he’s out for a colonoscopy.
And last but not least, we invite listeners to our upcoming live Adepticon recording, Celebrity Deathmatch looks to be a bit gamey, and Tim’s Sack gets a tad vocal when it comes to talking drinking games.
It’s the annual episode you love to hate and hate to love! The nerds gather on a lake in Maine to play games for a weekend. In the intro the guys discuss the games they have played, including new favorite Space Base, Lords of Vegas, Sagrada, DownForce, Terra Mystica, Shogun and Galaxy Trucker. And then it’s time for the outtakes…Buckle up for inappropriate conversations, drunken word play and terrible singing.
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.