Welcome to the Geek Actually After Show. This un-stuctured and un-planned podcast is what what you get after we finish recording the two main shows Tech Actually and Film Actually. We basically just leave the mics on and record whatever we feel like talking about. This show gives us a chance to talk about anything that didn’t fit into the format of the main shows.
This week we discuss the new trailer for ‘Jackass 3D’ the creepy ‘Yogi Bear’ poster, the continuing Bill Henson saga, how we don’t value technology anymore, iTunes Try-Before-You-Buy and did Scrooge McDuck inspire ‘Inception’? We’ll let you be the judge.
Some Links of things we discussed:
Photographer Bill Henson strikes back
Did Christopher Nolan copy the plot of ‘Inception’ from Scrooge McDuck?!?!
iTunes Try-Before-You-Buy, why don’t we get this?
Justin Bieber Biopic in 3D
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As always this episode carries an explicit tag due to some bad language.
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