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Jumping the Shark Podcast #200

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You do a 200th episode with some people and they just vanish, leaving you to tell the world about it. Some people. I know Todd usually does this but I think he’d been eaten by yetis in the frozen wastelands of…uh…wherever he lives. Middlesomeplace, USA?

Whatever.

Hey, we did a show! The 200th show to be exact. Bill was on! We talked a little about Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, some Gone Home, some state of gaming and of course TV Talk. Bill also talked about what he’s been doing now that he’s not playing games. He’s a busy dude.

In all seriousness, thanks so much for sticking with us throughout all of these shows. I’d like to say that we’ve gotten better as we’ve toiled in the mines of podcasting these four long years but I think we’ve just managed to put out shorter shows. Maybe year five will be our breakthrough.

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Brandon

Brandon loves games, which shouldn't be a surprise given where you're reading this. He has written for GameShark, The Escapist and G4, and made them all less relevant as a result.

6 thoughts to “Jumping the Shark Podcast #200”

  1. Still watching Justified. It’s one of those rare theme songs nowadays that proves theme songs aren’t a thing of the past, just normally done really really poorly. I’m kind of digging the western vibe of the show and think I might watch a true western next. I’ve heard great things about a show called Young Guns from someone…can’t remember who. Anyone around here seen it?

    1. I do remember hearing some discussion a while back about how Young Guns was a pinnacle of the Western genre, possibly even surpassing Back to the Future III. Unfortunately, my memory gets hazy at exactly the 1,456 day mark, so I can no longer recall the fine details.

      If only there were some sort of ageless digital record of such things. And not of times like that one day when I thought Tonya Harding lifetime skating ban was excessively harsh. Because who would say such a thing? Someone else, that’s who.

  2. Thanks to Brandon for posting on Monday. I (ahem) forgot to tell him I’m on a work trip this week. Thought I would post from the airport on Monday or from the hotel Monday evening and I completely spaced.

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