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Two Packs: Trading Card Comedy presented by Meltdown Comics

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Two Packs is the trading card comedy podcast! Join host Geoffrey Golden and a special guest as they crack open packs of bizarre, retro trading cards from The A-Team to Xena: Dangerous Liaisons. While they discover what’s inside, they discuss forgotten pop culture, geeky childhood memories, and a thoughtful exploration of the human condition through a post-post-modern lens. (Or, y'know, Garbage Pail Kids.)

Customer Reviews

Geoffrey Golden is Incredible

He is! What a thrill to start getting him on a weekly basis!

music to your ears, but in talking form

Geoffrey's got one of those voice-mind combos that's funny, warm, and inventive. Like your favorite classic comedy album filtered through today's smartest humor. Or the other way around? Point is, this is a fun listen with entertaining focus and that's what matters. Only one episode in the hopper and Golden's just that (golden - like the metal).

New Favorite Pod!

Why hadn’t this podcast been made until now?! Two Packs host Geoffrey Golden smartly picked trading cards as his reference point for riffing on pop culture nostalgia. He’s got great taste in comedy guests, too. A lot of the humor stems from picking cards his guests might like and dissecting the cards with laser sharp wit. However, the core of the show is the experience of opening dumb cards with friends — not being precious about pop culture artifacts. Also: it’s not 2 hours long! We finally have a hilarious, commute-friendly geek podcast that’s entertaining from start to finish.