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.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 34.
In this episode we start to wonder if we’re still truly Anonymous, talk more Starfinder before getting a very unexpected visit from Britney Spears, and once again speak directly to a listener in the hopes that we can somehow keep them out of prison.
We then talk to Heath and Johnathan of Panda Cult Games about Wander and Shovel Knight, invite listeners to join us for a game when we visit Origins, and Katie starts a spontaneous trivia game as we finally get a chance to discuss Avengers Endgame.
And last but not least, Geeky Jean returns to sit on the Iron Throne, Celebrity Deathmatch gives the cast of Avengers a spin, and Tim’s Sack gets sweaty and asks if you can smell what the Rock is cooking.
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 32.
In this episode we find ourselves back at Adepticon for yet another live recording, absorb Patrick and Dev from the Out of the Basement podcast, and kidnap, er, I mean invite listeners both old and new to sit in on the fun.
Then, Clint AKA “Robeguy” lustily reads Dave’s hobby update, we take a break, grab you a towel and ask if it was good for you too, and Katie begins to question her cooking skills when we all take the Beanboozled challenge.
And last but not least, Geeky Jean returns, Celebrity Deathmatch lubes up and hits a bit closer to home, and Tim’s Sack polls the peanut gallery before placing an order to go…
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