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The Indoor Kids with Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon

By Nerdist Industries

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The Indoor Kids isn't just about video games, but it isn't not about video games. The Indoor Kids is all about the kind of lifestyle you have to lead in order to be a proper Gamer, capital G. Join hosts Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon as they take on a journey from childhood Shinobi obsessions, up through the best and worst video game adaptations of movies. Grab your Energy Swords(Mountain Dew liter bottles)!

Customer Reviews

As good as a gold Zelda cartridge

As good as a gold Zelda cartridge


The three had great chemistry and some things were very funny(malaria), but for a video game podcast they really didn't know their stuff... I can really tolerate a few things but overall they didn't seem to be very up to date on the gaming oh skyrims coming out this summer, undead nightmare is the first dlc, online play in halo ce, rockstar developing la noire, and the list goes on and on. I can easily tolerate mistakes like this on a show like nerdist, but if you have a video game centric show you really shouldn't have me groaning over mistakes every few minutes. And yah, transformers 3 didn't receive great reviews....

Great Start!

This is a great beginning to a podcast that I can see myself really getting into. The host is hilarious, and I easily relate (I'm from Pakistan and love gaming as well). Definitely check this out if you like gaming and comedy. I don't usually listen to podcasts but this instantly caught my attention.