In this episode, Matt wants to stop pussy-footing around, Jay provides professional expertise on sign language, Zach wants to dual-wield, and Alanna gives her review of "Artemis Fowl."
In this episode, Zach ships two Titans and makes Alanna uncomfortable, Alanna is into evil dads, Matt can't understand his notes, Jay is in an advanced math class, and everyone plays "Name that Owl."
This week, the Gamers talk Titans, Stargirl, and Star Trek Voyager. Matt likes good old fashioned villains, Naomi shares how to avoid eating in the cafeteria in high school, Zach spoils the ending of "Batman: Hush," Jay knows his alcohol, Alanna sings the Killers, and everyone lists Amy Smart movies.
In what may be the spiciest episode yet, the Gamers take on "Titans" #5 and the first episode of the new DCU/CW show "Stargirl." Jay shares more about his terribly mysterious background, Matt is suspicious that holding up a bulletproof vest can stop bullets, and Alanna goes to Crate and Barrel.
The Gamers talk Titans episode 3. Matt asks questions about Hawk and Dove's addictions, all wonder how Blackfire got her name, Alanna thinks five years in prison isn't very long, and Zach thinks Nebula is a try hard.
Jay, Alanna, Zach and Matt discuss Titans season 2 episode 2, in which the Titans meet Rose Wilson. Alanna shares how to handle problem children, Zach has questions about superpowers, Matt tries to identify one of the actors, and Jay shares his athletic and musical talents.
The Tuesday Night Gamers drop "The Plot Against America" in favor of the DC Universe original series "Titans," starting with season 2, episode 1. Jay forgets what the Rooster Teeth Movie is about, Alanna thinks Teen Titans Go is "trash," Zach reminisces about playing "City of Heroes," and Matt gets stuck down a well.
The gamers cover HBO's "The Plot Against America" episode two. Alanna shares a conspiracy theory, Matt talks trash about "Buttgers," Zach provides insider knowledge, and Jay predicts a pregnancy. The Harley Quinn cartoon is briefly discussed as well.
The Tuesday Night Gamers take on HBO's "The Plot Against America" based on the Philip Roth book of the same name. Matt can't figure out who the main character is, Alanna thinks drawing isn't manly, Zach forgets the term "economic anxiety," and Jay blames Canada. Also featuring guest star Woody.
This week the Gamers celebrate the end of Picard with not one but two guest stars! Matt says he wants to see Picard do the full monty, Jay disagrees with the group on Elnor, and all agree to watch the next season, if only to complain about it.
The season finale of "Picard" begins as the gamers celebrate Jay's birthday, talk about the two most awkward scenes in Star Trek, and discuss whether synths can mind-meld.
In this episode, Jay takes issues with Picard's choice of breakfast food, Zach asks if androids poop, Matt is proven right, and everyone discusses whether the phrase " go fuck yourself" belongs in Star Trek.
In this week's episode, the Gamers discuss the merits of outdoor showers, Picard's wavery voice, and whether the producers have a fetish for women throwing up.
In this week's episode, the Gamers discuss how maybe Star Trek Picard is finally turning around.
The gamers discuss Seven of Nine’s arrival on Picard, Jay learns what it means to wear a feather in your cap, and Alanna is horrified by the name of the episodes villain.
In this episode, the Gamers talk about exactly what room was recreated on the holodeck, the end of The Good Place, and whether Picard is in fact a pompous jerk.
In this episode, Matt presents his case for why "Star Trek Picard" is not a good show, Jay provides notes, Alanna fights barbarians, and Zach tells us about his board game weekend.
In this podcast, Matt, Jay, and Alanna learn that Hugh was in this episode and the gamers discuss how many f-bombs should be in an episode of "Star Trek," what "Eat the Rich" actually means, and what lingerie parties are.
In this week's episode, the Gamers start "Star Trek: Picard" and discuss whether Brent Spiner is puffier in the show than in real life.
The Gamers discuss the end of HBO's "Watchmen" (both the series and the season) and Mario Party, briefly.
In this episode, the Tuesday Night Gaming crew talks about HBO's "Watchmen" episodes 7 and 8 and CW's crossover event "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
In this week's episode, the Gamers talk "Watchmen" episode 6, the Witcher, and the end of the Mandalorian.
In this episode, the Gamers talk the Mandalorian episode 6, HBO's "Watchmen" episode 5, and their experiences at PAX Unplugged.
The Tuesday Night Gamers are back to Watchmen in this discussion of the fourth episode of the HBO mini-series