By Allan Chaykin
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A podcast for the lazy geek! Every episode I pick a topic and with the help of Wikipedia, discuss the subject with comedians and special guests. No subject is off limits but I skew geeky. Simple and sometimes entertaining!
||ExplicitThe Wizard of Oz! With Jenny Brezinski, Ela Darling and Wes Weitzenhoffer||When I decided to do an episode solely on one film there really was no discussion with the other munchkins in my brain as to what that film would be. The Wizard of Oz stands the test of time in both its story and its music but what happened behind the s||10/8/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGeeketeria #1 With Ela Darling, Steve Moulton and Wes Weitzenhoffer||Welcome to the first ever Geeketeria episode of the "Geekie Award" winning bad sloth podcast! Geeketeria episodes are all geek talk, no Wikipedia, and now with 100% more porn stars then ever before! The "Bones" of porn, Ela Darling, bares her inner gee||7/21/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitNerd/Geek! With Justin Donaldson and Hal Rudnick||Socrates pondered it, Julius Caesar died over it, it's the question the atomic bomb was spawned from: What the hell is the difference between a nerd and a geek? Who better to help answer it then the creators of the monthly Upright Citizens Brigade sh||4/29/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTableTopDay! With Renae Geerlings, Sina Grace, and Wes Weitzenhoffer||4 strangers meet on a train to play Trivial Pursuit in order to promote Wes Weitzenhoffer's official Table Top Day home game for the Lustgarten Foundation to cure pancreatic cancer. All that minus us being on a train and strangers. Make sense? No? It'||3/13/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitScientology! Part 2 With Mark Bunker and Jake Weisman||This is the second part in the two-part Scientology episode with Mark Bunker and Jake Weisman. You were promised anti-Scientology cats and in part 2 you get them! If you haven't listened to part one yet then you really should because you'll have no ide||3/5/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitScientology! Part 1 With Mark Bunker and Jake Weisman||I have always had a morbid fascination with cults. Perhaps because I was born on the day of the Jonestown Massacre. So when I first heard about Scientology I read everything about it and was shocked at the nefarious activities they get away with. I was||3/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDinosaurs! With Cara Santa Maria and Bailee Desrocher||We spared no expense! Excuse the shorter episode but bad sloth had a hardware meltdown and half the episode became extinct. What we're left with is still an episode full of interesting dino talk due to the informative Cara Santa Maria of The Huffington||2/14/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDoctor Who! With Emma Fyffe and Daniel Weiss||This episode contains a Tardis full of spoilers so you've been warned! Although even with the spoilers it won't ruin your experience if you're new to the world of the Doctor... but don't tell River Song I said so. What do you mean she's a fictional cha||1/22/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBoard Games! With Jenny Brezinski and Wes Weitzenhoffer||Happy Christmahanukwanzaakah everyone! bad sloth got out of bed to bring you a special holiday episode to help you decide what board games to buy your loved ones or those you tolerate and have to buy presents for. Jenny Brezinski and Wes Weitzenhoff||12/13/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTime Travel! With Dave Ross and Wes Weitzenhoffer||Wikipedia Brown was murdered! The 25th century podcast bad sloth emerged from a worm hole and took over its identity right in time for the Time Travel episode. Dave Ross, borrowed from Nerdist podcast Sex Nerd Sandra, joins us for the geekiest episode e||11/27/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHalloween/Paganism! With Dylan Brody and Codi Fischer||It's a real life horror movie in this special Halloween episode of Wikipedia Brown (now called bad sloth)! What was supposed to be a fun day of costume wearing and apple bobbing turns into a frank discussion on religion, politics, and the need for human||10/30/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe Simpsons! With Brad Cordeiro and Asterios Kokkinos||Podcasts, that's where I'm a viking! Episode four is a dysfunctional family affair because Wikipedia Brown (now called bad sloth) takes on the case of The Simpsons. Television editor Brad Cordeiro and comedian Asterios Kokkinos join the discussion on Am||10/8/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitZombies! With Sina Grace and Joe Starr||In our third episode, Wikipedia Brown (now called bad sloth) takes on the case of Zombies but it just turns out to be those meddling kids again... but wait, those kids are zombies! Special guest Sina Grace, from Image comics and former editor of The Wal||9/4/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDisney! With Kaitlin Beauchemin and Wes Weitzenhoffer||In this second episode, Wikipedia Brown (now called bad sloth) takes on the case of The Walt Disney Company. Guests Kaitlin Beauchemin & Wes Weitzenhoffer join the conversation, which hits all things Disney; the downfall of Tim Burton; and our love of||8/14/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitStan Lee! With Grant Pardee and Daniel Weiss||Wikipedia Brown is now called bad sloth! In this debut episode we take on the page of Stan Lee... the nicest man in comic books. Or is he? Grant Pardee and Daniel Weiss give their 4 cents. Plus, you can't talk about Marvel without bringing up DC and Bat||8/3/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
Very interesting and informative! For those of you who're not too familiar with the topics (like me), this is your great source of random new knowledge. You're gonna crack up along the way and be amazed by how well these people know their dorky stuff. Oh it keeps you awake in traffic too, that's always a plus.
Hilarious and Educational
Listened to the Scientology episodes, and I recommend them wholeheartedly. They're super long but they never drag, and the hosts are hilarious and knowledgable enough to ask the right questions of their guest, who's great too. Fascinating, scary, funny, informative. They really could not have been better.
Love the new name. Though I loved the old name too but it makes sense to change it since you can't ever own the name Wikipedia so smart to change now. Always incredibly informative and every podcast like this tends to be the same but you bring a definite personality to it that the others lack... plus the whole Wikipedia angle is perfect. I just wish it was more than once a month! Thanks and keep it up!