Two Geeks, Two Beers

Two Geeks, Two Beers

By Tom Eames and Morgan Jeffery

Tom and Morgan are two mates who love talking nonsense about pop culture, while also enjoying a beer. We've taken our drunken ramblings from the pub to the studio to teach each other about all kinds of films, TV shows, video games and more. From '80s cartoons to '90s kids shows, action film franchises to cult games, we'll chat about anything remotely geek-related, often with plenty of confusion, bickering and fond nostalgia. Follow us @twogeekscast on socials.


Goodnight Sweetheart

A romantic sci-fi time travel sitcom, you say?For this episode, we travel back to 1993 and the British comedy series Goodnight Sweetheart, centred around Gary Sparrow, a TV repairman who finds himself able to travel between 1990s and 1940s London via a magical alleyway.From Gary's questionable morals to Nicholas Lyndhurst's surprisingly great singing voice, we tackle one of British comedy's strangest premises, yet an underrated show that deserves a second look.We also discuss:The show's complicated time travel rules - is it more Lost or Terminator?Birds of a Feather's strangely sullen introIs bigamy OK if it's in two different eras? Gary would say soWas Gary's wife in the '90s all that bad?How it might have been in the same cinematic universe as another British sitcom classicDid Gary solve one of the greatest serial killer mysteries of all time?Why Ballykissangel made us both very angryCould it return? Clips used:Goodnight Sweetheart (BBC/Britbox)Birds of a Feather (BBC/ITV)Many Happy Returns (BBC) Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We’re now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
27/05/2349m 7s

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Earth, Fire, Water, Wind, Heart... Beer!For this episode, Morgan teaches Tom all about the history of the classic '90s cartoon series, environmental heroes and pop culture icons, Captain Planet and the Planeteers.From its incredible theme tune, and insanely impressive voice cast roster, to how it genuinely changed the world for the better, we delve into a true '90s legend.We also discuss:The oft-forgotten theme tune rapHow were the Planeteers selected by Captain Planet?Why Heart was the one power you didn't want at schoolThe excellence of Kath SoucieScooby Doo was in the same universe??Why Tom Cruse wasn't good enough for Captain PlanetIs The Return of Jafar superior to Aladdin?Why you don't hire the bloke from the B-52s to rescue your franchiseClips used:Captain Planet and the Planeteers (TBS/Syndication)Levar Burton in 1994 NBA 'Stay in School' Jam (YouTube)Captain Planet with Don Cheadle (Funny or Die)OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes (Cartoon Network)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We’re now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
29/04/2358m 39s


Grab your Golden Joystick and give it a waggle, it's time to travel back to the 1990s and remember the underrated Channel 4 TV show, Gamesmaster.From Dominik Diamond's various incarnations, his brief Hollywood replacement and how Mario 64 brought down one of the show's cult heroes, we embrace our 'dweeb' 12-year-old selves by delving into the classic TV series.We also discuss:The utter basics of Sonic the HedgehogPatrick Moore's many talentsHow Gamesmaster was the precursor to YouTube, eSports and TwitchThe fine art of knob gagsThe popstar whose proudest moment was winning a Golden JoystickThe surprisingly sad endingMuch more!Clips used:Gamesmaster (Channel 4)Gamesmaster 2021 (E4/YouTube)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We’re now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
25/03/231h 8m


Yo audience – welcome to episode 114 of Two Geeks Two Beers, the podcast where we “eat lightning, crap thunder”, drink beer and revisit some of our favourite TV shows, games and movies. For this episode, Morgan is teaching Tom all about Sylvester Stallone's Rocky franchise, from 1976's Rocky to 2006's Rocky Balboa.With Creed III now at cinemas, it's the perfect time to revisit one of cinema's greatest series, but the question is... has Tom seen it?We also drunkenly chat about:Is Sylvester Stallone sexy?How the Fonz saved RockyImagine having a pec, let alone ripping oneThe iconic theme tunesIs it the only franchise to go from brilliant to silly to awful to brilliant?How many montages are there?Why Bruce Forsyth and Mr T can relateWhat happened to Tommy Gunn?The ill-fated Rocky musicalDid Morgan ever take up boxing?What's Morgan's ranking of the Rocky films?Clips used:RockyRocky IIRocky IIIRocky IVRocky VRocky BalboaRocky: The MusicalFamily GuyTough Guys Don't DancePlease leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We’re now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
04/03/231h 17m

Galaxy Quest

Never give up, never surrender! For this episode, Tom and Morgan look back at the cult 1999 sci-fi comedy Galaxy Quest.In the episode, Tom teaches Morgan all about the Tim Allen and Alan Rickman film's beginnings, how the cast could have looked very different and whether a sequel could be on the way.We also drunkenly chat about:Does the TV show Monk have a legacy?We tear up at two clips featuring the late, great, Alan RickmanHow Stuart Little and The Rugrats Movie affected the film's productionMorgan's impressions of Star Trek legendsHow cat food apparently helps you lose weight (allegedly)Clips used:Galaxy Quest (Dreamworks)Never Surrender: A Galaxy Quest Documentary (Fandom)Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Warner Bros)Big shout out to our latest Patreon supporter, Peej! Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
11/02/231h 17m

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

By the power of nerd-dom, we HAVE A PODCAST!Morgan teaches Tom all about one of the greatest cartoon TV shows of all-time: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.We discuss the show's toy line beginnings, the creative minds behind the series and its enduring legacy - including its many spinoffs, remakes and sequels.We also delve into:Tom's traumatic He-Man toy storyIs it Atom or Adam?Was he just a Conan the Barbarian knock-off?What was so fabulous about his secret powers?Why Adam is a nepo babyIs Skeletor hot?Clips used:He-Man and the Masters of the UniverseRobot ChickenHe-Man themeSlackcircus - Fabulous Secret Powers (What's Going On?)Trem da Alegria - He-Man9Lives Morris the Cat commercialJohn Erwin's message for Josh JohnsonFlash GordonHe-Man toy commercial (Mattel)He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the SwordMasters of the Universe (1987)The New Adventures of He-ManHe-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002)The Curse of the Three TerrorsHe-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2021)Masters of the Universe: RevelationBo-Starr and the Champions of Galastrom by Harry PartridgeCaptain Memo - He-Man ThemePlease leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
28/01/231h 13m

You've Got Mail and Serendipity

It's the 2022 Two Geeks Christmas special! And as promised, it's a sort-of-Christmas-romcom episode.Here, Tom looks back at the 2001 romance film Serendipity starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale, while Morgan delves into 1998's You've Got Mail with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.Sure, it doesn't sound like geek fodder that belongs on the podcast, and you might be right....In the episode, we discuss:Can John Smiths be classed as a 'Christmas' beer?Don't put on Christmas jumpers you bought a few years ago. It will crush you.Do you have a 'going to bed' film of choice?The romcom trope of having a 'perfect breakup' and then instantly chasing someone else (we're looking at you, Matthew McConaughey in The Wedding Planner)What was the golden age of romcoms?Why Kate Beckinsale deserved betterWhy men should enjoy romcoms together more oftenDoes Morgan now finally like Tom Hanks?Is Jude Law the most beautiful man of all time?Clips used:Friends (NBC)Serendipity (Miramax)You've Got Mail (Warner Bros)The Wedding Planner (Columbia)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
21/12/221h 21m

The Goonies

Hey, you guys! It's time to look back and celebrate one of the greatest adventure films of all time, 1985's The Goonies.Tom can't quite believe that Morgan only watched this once a few years ago, and so it's up to him to teach him all about the legendary film starring Sean Astin, Josh Brolin and many others.From One Eyed WIlly's rich stuff to a missing octopus, we'll take you through the excellent film.And maybe you can help us find out if we really did have a pub chat with a Red Dwarf and EastEnders actor...We also discuss:How all the children are far too loudRobert Davi's terrifying opera singingNo, Jerry O'Connell is not in this film, MorganWhy Mikey and his inhaler was Tom's heroJeff Cohen is now a dishWill a sequel ever happen?Clips used:The Goonies (Warner Bros)Cyndi Lauper - The Goonies R Good Enough (Portrait)'One Thing You Never Knew About 'The Goonies' (Tech Insider)The Goonies - Reunited Apart (Josh Gad, YouTube)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
26/11/221h 3m

Ultraviolet (1998)

Remember that vampire series on Channel 4 that starred Jack Davenport and Idris Elba before they were famous and it only ran for six episodes in 1998? No? Well, Morgan's going to refresh your memory.For this Halloween (sort of) special, Morgan will teach Tom all about the cult British TV drama, that also starred a pre-True Blood Stephen Moyer as a vampire 10 years before his American success.Oh, and Tom forgets Morgan's birthday.We also discuss:What an era for vampires the late '90s wereWhy you never say the word 'vampire'Why sexy Jack Davenport can't be bothered in this showAnd neither can IdrisWhy Tom thinks it's 'Pearl Harbour with vampires'Will we ever feel old enough to sip brandy and wear double jackets?Is it Bram Stoker or Bam Stroker?Clips used:Vampire's KissUltraviolet (Channel 4)Johnny Berchtold (Twitter)A Clockwork OrangeFamalamUltraviolet (Fox)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
29/10/2252m 8s

Mystery Men

Whether you're a ticking time bomb of rage or a master of cutlery, we're here for you. In our latest episode we're tackling the underrated 1999 superhero comedy, Mystery Men!Tom teaches Morgan (though, it turns out Morgan didn't need any teaching) all about the making of the Ben Stiller comedy, also staring William H Macy, Hank Azaria, Jaenene Garofalo, Greg Kinnear, Geoffrey Rush, Eddie Izzard, Kel Mitchell, Paul Reubens and even Tom Waits.Particularly drunk, we discuss:How this time, Doom Bar was an acquired tasteThose 'This Is DVD' advertsHow Mystery Men must have inspired The Boys, according to TomTom invents several words, unucsessfullyHow it's everyone's finest rolesWhat happened to Claire Forlani after the 90s?Eddie Izzard taking it deadly seriouslyMichael Bay brings the brewskisClips used:Mystery Men (Universal)This Is DVDPlease leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
24/09/2258m 18s

The Incredible Hulk (1982)

Yes, we're tackling that 'loveable' green giant once more.With She-Hulk now unleashes, in this episode Morgan teaches Tom all about the 1982 animated version of the Incredible Hulk.We drunkenly discuss:How Hulk fit in with Spider-Man and his 'amazing' friends (what made them so amazing, anyway?)A look back at the forgotten '60s version and its incredible theme tuneHow Hulk enjoyed being slap-happy and wore guylinerWhat happened to the Hulk's clothes?How it inspired future versions of Hulk forever more...Clips used:The Incredible Hulk (1982) (NBC)Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends (NBC)The Marvel Super-Heroes (Syndicated/Marvel)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
28/08/2242m 56s

Fraggle Rock

Dance your cares away, worries for another day, it's time for a new Two Geeks Two Beers podcast episode!This time, Tom fulfils a listener's wish by finally doing Fraggle Rock, as he teaches Morgan all about the classic '80s TV show from Jim Henson.In it, we discuss:The Muppetverse of MadnessThe various international human 'wraparounds' including a French bakery and Scottish lighthouseWill we ever see all the missing British episodes?Why Sprocket is the best Muppet everThe surprising power of radishesA series finale better than Game of ThronesClips used:Fraggle Rock (HBO/CBC/ITV)Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series (NBC)The Doozers (Hulu)Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock (Apple TV+)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!

The Three Musketeers (1993)

All for one, and all for love!This episode sees Morgan take Tom back to 1993 and the strangely-forgotten action romp The Three Musketeers, starring Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Oliver Platt, Chris O'Donnell and Tim Curry.Tom thought he'd seen it, but when he watched it the night before, this was apparently not the case. But what did he think of it?We discuss:Why are they called Musketeers when they only seem to use swords?Tom's concept of something having 'no legacy' purely because he's never heard of itThe brilliance of Dogtanian and Albert the Fifth MusketeerWhy the film has, according to Morgan, a "highly f***able" castTom's weird dissing of Chris O'DonnellWhy we're still annoyed about Drew from Neighbours' deathWhat the hell have they done to Paul McGann?Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart AND StingClips used:The Three Musketeers (1993) (Disney)The Three Musketeers (1973) (20th Century Fox)Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart & Sting - All for Love (Universal)Dogtanian and the Three Muskahounds (BRB)Albert the 5th Musketeer (BBC/Canal+)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
26/06/221h 2m

Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds

"And slowly, but surely, they drew their plans against us..."For this episode, Tom teaches Morgan all about a true one-off: the sci-fi prog rock concept musical album adaptation of HG Wells' War of the Worlds, by Jeff Wayne.Morgan gets flabbergasted at the album's enduring popularity, as he hears songs like 'Eve of the War' and 'Forever Autumn' for the first time, much to Tom's dismay.We discuss:The gravitas of Richard Burton and the surprisingly decent David EssexThe gall and the gumption of Jeff Wayne sticking his name on the album and spending A LOT of money - but it worked!How Tom grew up with an actual typewriterMorgan's most hated words: 'rock opera'Justin Hayward's sci-fi pedigreeHow Tom had a mandatory dance class at school. Just him?Morgan's impressions are back: Al Pacino, Sean Connery, Marlon Brando and more!The album's amazing artwork and video game spinoffsTom's love of Daniel BedingfieldClips used:Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of War of the Worlds (CBS)Songs: 'Eve of the War', 'Forever Autumn', 'Thunder Child', 'The Spirit of Man', 'Brave New World', 'Epilogue'Vigrass & Osborne - 'Forever Autumn' / Lego commercialJeff Wayne's War of the Worlds (ZX Spectrum)Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of War of the Worlds - The New Generation (Sony)Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds - The Musical Drama (Audible)Please leave us a review here!Please get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
28/05/221h 28m

Time Crisis

ACTION! WAIT! ACTION!In this episode, Morgan takes a shot at looking back at the history of the classic Time Crisis video game series.It is an action series that has produced 11 games since first taking arcades by storm in 1995, some 27 years ago.In a rather drunken episode, we discuss:Morgan's recent stag do and his downright diva behaviourThe fun and mystique of arcades - or 'arcade centres' as Tom calls themThe light gun myth - did they actually work?Wild Dog's many deathsTime Crisis' insistence of using randomly generic names for its heroesCroad Macgalain - the most underrated action star ever?Make sure to check out all previous episodes, including all our video game specials, including Streets of Rage, the Sega Dreamcast and Mortal Kombat.Clips used:Time Crisis (Namco)Time Crisis 2 (Namco)Time Crisis 3 (Namco/Sony)Time Crisis 4 (Namco)Time Crisis 5 (Namco)Time Crisis Crisis Zone (Namco/Sony)Resident Evil (Capcom)Time Crisis: Project Titan (Namco)Please leave us a review here!Please get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
23/04/221h 5m

The Lake House

People power has spoken! After literally hundreds a few tweets for #DoTheLakeHouse, Morgan has finally given in and is allowing Tom to do a whole episode on one of his favourite films of all time: The Lake House.After an hour of drunkenly banging on about the 2006 romcom starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, the boys soon discover that it's far geekier than they ever thought. But will Morgan agree with Tom that it's one of the greatest movies ever made? Stranger things have happened.In the episode, we discuss:Morgan's brain melting as Tom tries to make sense of The Lake House's time-travel rulesIs Morgan a sexy name?The sad decline of DVD bonus featuresTom's weird annual ritual of watching a flop film from 2006 every autumnMagical dogsWhat can you get away with putting in the magical mailbox?We also struggle through the episode while drinking a very strong stout.Make sure to check out all previous episodes, including time-travelling escapades like Back to the Future, Bill and Ted and Doctor Who. We also of course have our Keanu Reeves special.Clips used:The Lake House (Warner Bros)Liberal Arts (IFC Films)The Big Bang Theory (CBS)Spongebob Squarepants (Nickelodeon)Check out MJYoung's incredible Lake House time travel notes here.Please get in touch at, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
26/03/221h 5m

The Mysterious Cities of Gold

Children of the Sun, this podcast has just begun...In our latest episode, we will be following the path of the setting sun that leads to El Dorado, as Morgan teaches Tom about the Mysterious Cities of Gold.In this episode, we discuss the classic 1980s cartoon series in depth, including its fantastic theme tune and soundtrack, characters, cast, sequels and more.We also chat about:Do you remember Hammerman and Gatchaman?Philip Schofield's singing ability in the Broom CupboardHow so many kids shows revolve around finding a thing that f*****g fliesHow kids were clearly far more intelligent back in the '80s to follow this stuff each weekA very mysterious jarIs nostalgia happy or sad?The wonders of Skips and Billy BearHow Tom was recently offended at a pubClips used:The Mysterious Cities of Gold (Studio Perriot/DIC)The Mysterious Cities of Gold (2012) (TF1)Hammerman (ABC)Battle of the Planets (Sandy Frank)
26/02/2244m 45s

Two Geeks Turns 100!

Wow, we’re old!Yes, somehow we’ve made it to 100 EPISODES. To celebrate our milestone, we’re having something of a celebration and retrospective of the series so far. We also answer some of your questions, sent to us via email and socials.In this special look-back, we discuss our favourite episodes, the one episode Tom is desperate to do but Morgan keeps vetoing, the ‘lost’ episode you’ll never hear because Tom didn’t record it properly, and the origins of the show back in 2015.We also ponder what we might have done differently if we started today, what we’re tempting to change the name of the show to, and our plans for 2022 and beyond.Thanks so much to everyone of you who have ever listened to the show over the past 100 episodes and 6+ years. We love making the show and love hearing from you, it always means a heck of a lot!
29/01/221h 9m

The Box of Delights

The wolves are running…For the 2021 Two Geeks Christmas special, Morgan is taking Tom back to 1984 for a look back at the cult BBC festive series The Box of Delights.In the episode, we cover:Were kids “cleverer” in 1984?How Tarantino may have been inspired by the show (he wasn’t)Why the cast was not handsomeTom’s annoyance at the posh kids having “far too much power”PossetsNick Berry’s rat beginningsTom’s hardcore love for Winamp and Last.FM (there’s a reason for it)Could this just be one big Derren Brown prank?
20/12/2153m 32s


Grab those ‘little grey cells’ and your finest moustache comb, as we take on the case of looking back at the history of Hercule Poirot on screen.Tom attempts (and fails) to pronounce the name of Agatha Christie’s iconic Belgian detective, as he takes Morgan back through all the depictions of the crime-solving sleuth, from Finney to Branagh, Suchet to Ustinov. Even Molina.We also discuss:The power of ITV3 and the ‘laid back treat’ crime dramaHow Agatha Christie couldn’t stand Poirot (and why he’s actually a bit of a git)Morgan’s bafflement on how Spice World existedHow trendy Alfred Molina isRanking the ‘tachesClips used:The Simpsons (Fox)Lord Edgware Dies (1934) (Radio Pictures)Murder on the Orient Express (1974) (EMI)Death on the Nile (1977) (EMI)Evil Under the Sun (1982) (EMI)Agatha Christie’s Poirot (ITV)Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (20th Century Fox)Spice World (Polygram)Murder on the Orient Express (2001) (Ardustry Home)The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (The Campbell Playhouse) (CBS)
21/11/2159m 47s

Demolition Man

What seems to be your boggle?We’ve been away for a little while but now we’re back – like a BLAST FROM THE PAST – with an episode dedicated to 1993 action epic Demolition Man, starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock. Oh, and Benjamin Bratt.During the episode, we discuss:How so much must have happened in the world by the year 2032 in this universe…How has Tom never seen any Rocky movie?Wesley Snipes inspired Eminem and Dennis Rodman’s fashion choicesStallone’s golf obsessionWhy Nigel Hawthorne wanted his name wiped from the filmWhich fast food franchise would be your Battle Royale choice?How the hell do you wipe your arse with three seashells?Did this film invent the word Boggle? (Spoiler: It didn’t)
30/10/2155m 41s


Out of the way, peck!For this episode, Tom is taking Morgan back to another of his ’80s fantasy favourites as a kid: Ron Howard and George Lucas’s Willow, starring a very young Warwick Davis, the super-cool Val Kilmer and the incredible Jean Marsh.As well as Tom’s traditional drunkenly poor attempt to explain the plot, we discuss:How to say Madmartigan when you’re not AmericanThe crap Fellowship of the NelwynQuestionable love potionsPat Roach’s fascinating careerChuck Cunningham’s glow-upTom’s dad’s Hollywood school friendThe film’s ridiculous poor reviewsWillow’s upcoming long-awaited TV sequelClips used:Willow (LucasFilm/MGM)Willow Blu-Ray Interview (Total Film)Vr1F0XQMbC5hwUdJuDDE
28/08/211h 8m

Spider-Man (2002)

Who are we? You sure you want to know? This podcast is not for the faint of heart!In this episode, Morgan takes Tom back to 2002 for arguably the start of the world’s love of big budget superhero movies: Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire.We discuss the film’s two-decade long journey to get to the big screen, the various casting decisions and how the film series may be revisited very soon. We also chat about:Tobey Maguire’s attainable physique (if we cut out the KFC)How some actors were surely too good looking to be considered for Peter ParkerOur love of Chad Kroeger and Josey Scott’s banger ‘Hero’Stan Lee and other cameosClips used:Spider-Man (Sony Pictures)Mamma-Mia auditions (Universal)Spider-Man The New Animated Series (Sony)ABBA – The Name of the Game (Epic/Atlantic)Shaquille O’Neal – Men of Steel (Qwest Records)The Pete Holmes Show
25/07/211h 14m


Save the cheerleader, save the world… or at least until season 5.For this episode, Tom takes Morgan on a look back at 2000s sci-fi series Heroes, and perhaps the biggest drop from gold to meh in TV history.We discuss the NBC comic-style drama’s fantastic first season, its disappointing follow-ups, and how it may have inspired our love of superhero films.Also in the episode:Tom gets progressively drunk and angry when remembering how Heroes went.We find a tenuous link to Love ActuallyMorgan laments people’s insistence of calling comics graphic novelsWe remember how Ando once appeared on Soccer Aid and didn’t know what corners wereThe weird backtracking of making Sylar a good guy and sexy bloke despite eating people’s brains (or did he?)Is there an ‘Ashanti Virus’?How Peter left his girlfriend to die in a parallel universe apocalyptic futureHow bloody brilliant was Gilmore Girls?Clips used:Heroes (NBC)Heroes Reborn (NBC)The Champions (ITV)
03/07/211h 18m

The Champions

It’s new, it’s intriguing, be sure to listen, you’ll find it exciting!Join us for a groovy jaunt back to the 1960s, where Morgan fondly recalls (and Tom learns all about) the cult TV classic that is… The Champions.In the episode, we discuss:How The Muppets were once linked to Sophie’s ChoiceWhy The Persuaders was the coolest TV show everMorgan explains to Tom what ‘pseudo-historical’ meansThe wonderful history of ITCThe bizarre time travel rules of Doctor WhoWhy Stuart Damon was a dishThe most underwhelming trailer of all timeWhat it means to ‘Warren Beatty’ your way through a club dancefloorMorgan’s execellent David Prowse impressionSome actual journalism by usClips used:The Champions (ITV)Doctor Who (BBC)Neighbours (Seven)TFI Friday (Channel 4)Ron Grainer – Theme from Man in a Suitcase (ITV)ITC Home Video (ITC)We Were the Champions (Swinging Star Productions)General Hospital (ABC)
19/06/2152m 56s

The Beano

And now for something totally Beano…For this episode, Tom takes Morgan back to his childhood for a look back at his favourite comic book, the British institution that is… The Beano!So grab your pea shooters, catapults and your Dennis the Menace fan club membership card, and let’s discover nearly 100 years of cheeky cartoon brilliance.We drunkenly natter about:The Beano-Dandy feud that wasn’tHow Morgan’s PE teacher Mr Stern looked just like Desperate DanThe Beano’s Ostrich and Bear mascots before DennisWhat Beano actually meansTom’s lamenting that pea shooters have disappearedThe great Bash Street Kids scandal of 1994The fascinating coincidence of the two Dennis the Menace cartoonsDennis’s dad time jumpThe awesome Dennis TV theme tune from a genuine rock starClips used:The Beano’s Dennis the Menace and Gnasher Show (BBC)Dennis and Gnasher (1996) (BBC)Dennis the Menace (1993) (Warner Bros)Dennis and Gnasher (2009) (BBC)Walsh and Barker (British Pathe)Mr Blobby (BBC)
05/06/211h 45m

Street Fighter

30 years on, Morgan teaches Tom all about the Street Fighter franchise, particularly one of his favourite games growing up, the groundbreaking Street Fighter II.It’s now hailed as one of the greatest video games of all time, inspiring copycats like Mortal Kombat and the combat mechanics in games like Streets of Rage 2.In the episode, Tom shows his lack of geek cred by describing combos as ‘routines’ (and has a biting controller problem), the boys ponder why the characters feel the need to shout out their signature move, and we look at how a certain typo led to a cult figure.We also look back at the genuinely brilliant Street Fighter II animated movie, and the… not so great live-action film starring Jean Claude Van Damme and Kylie Minogue.Clips used:Street Fighter II (Capcom)Final Fight (Capcom)Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie (Toei/Sony)Street Fighter (1994) (Capcom/Universal)Fast Five (Universal)
22/05/2152m 5s


“A peach. I could eat a peach for hours.”This time, Tom is heading back to 1997 to teach Morgan all about the ridiculous-yet-brilliant John Woo action film, Face/Off. And as Johnny Depp discovered, it’s not an ice hockey movie.We delve into the madness of the John Travolta and Nicolas Cage vehicle, and how it was originally meant to be set in the future in the style of Demolition Man.In the episode, we ponder the cosmetic dilemmas regarding doing such a body swap in real life (do you keep the abs? What about the penis?), we find out the other pairs of actors who almost took it on, and look ahead to an upcoming sequel.In what is what Morgan described as one of our silliest episodes yet, we also hear some cracking Harrison Ford and Al Pacino impressions and discover real-life procedures that blow our minds.Make sure to check out previous movie-based episodes, including other action favourites such as Die Hard, Licence to Kill and Predator.Clips used:Face/Off (Paramount)Red Dwarf (BBC)
08/05/2159m 14s

Transformers G1

This time, Morgan is tackling Transformers – a vast media franchise that encompasses toys, comics, live-action movies. But he wanted to look into just his Transformers, the Generation 1 animated series from 1984.However, it soon proved that even when just taking one element of the Transformers universe, it wasn’t exactly a quick history lesson.In the episode, Morgan teaches Tom all about how the show was created to sell toys, its cast of colourful characters including Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, and its tremendous voice cast led by Peter Cullen.We also discuss the series’ harrowing movie, pottymouth moments, and why its bonkers that huge Transformers can turn into tiny handguns and cassette recorders.Tom also marvels at the musical might of Stan Bush, Morgan remembers his Flump-buying days at the local VHS rental shop, and we shudder at Optimus Prime saying “my bad” in the Michael Bay movie.Make sure to check out all our past episodes, including installments based on other ’80s cartoon series such as Ullyses 31, Defenders of the Earth, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.Clips used:The Transformers (Hasbro/Marvel)Beast Wars (Mainframe)Transformers: Generation 2 (Hasbro/Marvel)Robotix (Marvel)Stan Bush – The Touch (Scotti Brothers)Transformers: The Movie (Hasbro/Marvel)Transformers (Paramount/Dreamworks/Hasbro)
24/04/211h 1m


For this episode, Tom teaches Morgan about the surprisingly-brilliant ’90s sitcom Dinosaurs, which probably shouldn’t have worked on paper.Dinosaurs was one in a string of odd sci-fi/fantasy-based sitcoms that did the business back in the ’80s and ’90s, alongside the likes of Harry and the Hendersons and 3rd Rock from the Sun.Co-created by the late Jim Henson, the Simpsons-style sitcom followed Earl and his family, with Baby ‘Not the Momma’ becoming its breakout star. Gotta love me!In the episode, we look back at his harrowing finale episode, hear about how they almost teamed up with the Turtles, and how Tom’s admiration of ‘cool’ Robbie reminded Morgan of Rudedog and the Dweebs.We also pay tribute to Dinosaurs voice star Jessica Walter, who sadly passed away on the day of recording the episode.Clips used:Dinosaurs (ABC/Disney)South Park (Comedy Central)Rude Dog and the Dweebs (CBS)Harry and the Hendersons (NBCUniversal)And a HUGE thanks to our brand new Patreon supporters:Paul LlewellynEdd BerridgeMatt Slocombe
10/04/2147m 52s

Big Trouble in Little China

This is Two Geeks, Two Beers and we’re talking to whoever’s listening out there… we’re a couple of reasonable guys, who’ve just experienced some very unreasonable things.For this episode, Morgan is teaching Tom all about… Big Trouble in Little China!We were both fans of this film growing up, and Morgan realised while researching the episode that it’s actually one of his all-time favourites to this day!Starring Kurt Russell and Kim Cattrall and directed by John Carpenter, the 1986 film had everything: romance, comedy, martial arts, action and fantasy. It had a fantastic cast, including brilliant supporting roles Dennis Dun, James Hong and Victor Wong.This podcast episode sees us go off on tangents about the 3 Ninjas franchise and the bonkers film Buckaroo Banzai. Plus, we look back on Big Trouble’s rival film The Golden Child starring Eddie Murphy.Morgan also comes up with a new phrase about questionable film facts called ‘IMDBatable’. And he isn’t sure about Tom’s choice of Seann William Scott taking over from Kurt Russell in a potential sequel.Everybody relax, we’re here…Check out our previous movie episodes, including other martial arts adventures with Bruce Lee, Mortal Kombat and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
27/03/2158m 30s

Crappy Consoles

In this episode, Tom takes Morgan through a history of the world’s strangest and worst video game consoles.We previously discussed the well-received but sadly maligned Sega Dreamcast, and the brilliance of the Sega Megadrive, but what about the consoles that were just… nope.As well as a few honourable mentions, we discuss at length three ‘classic’ consoles: the VHS-powered Action Max, the Nintendo Virtual Boy and the downright bonkers Coleco Telstar Arcade.We also discover how Tom was about 20 years behind the curve with video games, and Morgan’s strange history with Eiffel 65.
14/03/2152m 13s


For this episode, we’ll be digging up something of a forgotten treasure from years gone by and uncovering the secrets of… Aquila!Aquila was a much-loved 1990s CBBC sci-fi series that only ran for two seasons, but it left a longlasting impression on us all these years later.In case you don’t know the show (which is quite likely if you weren’t aged between 10 and 14 in 1997 and lived in the UK), Aquila follows the adventures of the brilliantly-named Tom and Geoff, who discover a mysterious spaceship. The ship, Aquila, is capable of pretty much anything, and the boys soon head off on incredible journeys through time and space. Oooh…In the episode, we ponder what we would have done with such a ship when we were kids, whether it had TikTok and Instagram and they didn’t know it, and recalled moments of being bullied by kids far younger than us at school.
21/02/2152m 14s


Remember Pogs? The mere mention of them will either be met with utter confusion or pure nostalgic joy.Pogs were arguably the biggest fad of all time, but if you were a kid in the period of 1993-1997, then you most likely had your own collection of these things (unless of course, you’re Morgan living in Cornwall, apparently).In this episode, Tom takes Morgan through a history of the short-lived ’90s craze. We look back at Pog history, the rules of the game, what went wrong, and why it was banned from school playgrounds everywhere. We also remember the many Pog-knockoffs, including Slammer Whammers and Tazos.Tom also recalls a story from his youth that he’s not proud of, that he’s never told before…
24/01/2149m 25s

The Rocketeer

This time, Morgan teaches Tom all about one of his favourite films as a kid: 1991’s The Rocketeer!We look back at the underrated Disney adventure movie starring Billy Campbell, Jennifer Connelly, and hamming it up to the nines, Timothy Dalton.Morgan realises he’s been pronouncing main character Cliff Secord’s name wrong for nearly 30 years, and we get fascinated by a forgotten romcom which beat it at the box office. Tom also gets rather confused by a new Disney cartoon sequel. We also get sidetracked by the Trancers film franchise starring a surprising Oscar-winner.In classic Two Geeks style, it wasn’t a box office success but went on to gain a cult following!Check out all our previous episodes here, including fellow ’90s cult classics including Tremors, Space Jam and Armageddon.
10/01/211h 4m

Home Alone

Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals! For our 2020 Christmas special, we’re tackling the beloved 1990 classic, Home Alone.Tom takes Morgan back 30 years and tells the story of how John Hughes and Chris Columbus made a box office juggernaut in the shape of a festive caper starring unknown child star Macaulay Culkin.The boys relive all 5 (yes, 5…) Home Alone films (good and very, very bad), and also remember the strange things they were scared of as kids, reminisce about how good John Candy was, and Tom laments how he never got a TalkBoy for Christmas.With the film celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2020, and a true sequel coming soon on Disney+, what better time to remember a festive classic?Make sure to check out all our previous Christmas episodes, including Weird TV Specials, Festive Fright Fest, Ranking the Santas, Ranking the Scrooges and Is it a Christmas Movie?
20/12/201h 13m

Russell Crowe

In our latest episode about a geek hero, Morgan and Tom discuss the colourful life and career of Russell Crowe, to celebrate the home release of his latest film, Unhinged.The boys discuss everything from Russell’s bad boy beginnings, his various musical offerings, his unique take on Javert in Les Mis, and pretty much every single film he ever did.It ended up being one of our longest episodes, with Morgan delivering a ’26-pager’.Check out our previous actor-specific episodes, including Tom Cruise, Bruce Lee and Keanu Reeves.
06/12/201h 33m

Now and Again

For our 80th episode (wow), we’re going back to 1999 and looking back at a criminally underrated and forgotten sci-fi drama, Now and Again.Yes, that sounds like a soapy teen romcom like Once and Again, but it was actually a great thriller/romantic drama/spy drama/comedy that only ran for one season, but still has a cult following 20 years later.Starring Eric Close, Dennis Haysbert and John Goodman, we look back at what went right with Now and Again, what went wrong, and why you should give it a go (it’s all on YouTube…).This includes remembering its downright strange theme tune, its unintentional comical beginnings, and why Dennis Haysbert has the best voice of all time.In case you didn’t know (which is quite likely), the series focused on overweight family man Michael Wiseman (John Goodman), who is accidentally killed and brought back to life.However, he is now the ultimate perfect man, with a much younger, ripped, body (Eric Close). He is forced to go on government spy missions and must not reveal his identity to his wife and daughter.Yes, it sounds like the plot of a Karl Pilkington movie idea, but it actually happened. And it deserved at least a second season, but alas…
22/11/2054m 41s

Buck Rogers

The year was 1979, and NBC launched the last screen adaptation to date of a popular comic strip hero – after 2 seasons and 37 episodes, Captain William ‘Buck’ Rogers was blown out of the network’s schedules into an orbit which left the show on ice, but now we return to Buck Rogers… 41 YEARS LATER!!This episode sees Morgan teaching Tom all about Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, plus its beginnings and predecessors.Why was Twiki something of a cad? Did Gil Gerard ever actually enjoy it? How does one get down and boogie?Based on the character Buck Rogers created back in 1928, this series ran from 1979 to 1981, with its pilot episode being released as an actual film at the cinemas and everything.Running for two seasons and 37 episodes, its two runs were completely different in tone. But it went on to become a cult favourite among fans for decades.
08/11/2058m 42s

Tom Cruise

In our latest episode dedicated to a particular geek hero, we’ve gone for Mr Cinema himself, Tom Cruise!Tom attempts to prove to Morgan why Tom Cruise has range, is a brilliant actor, and is a downright great guy. Yes, even with all that.The boys go through Cruise’s impressive filmography from Top Gun to Collateral and beyond. Even Knight & Day!We also discuss why Morgan thinks he’s the perfect ‘cocky shit’ actor, how awesome he is with his fans and his impressive stunts.Tom Cruise first made his name as an international movie star in 1980s classics like Top Gun and Risky Business. By the 1990s he had become a Hollywood icon, and took on a range of different roles from Minority Report to Jerry Maguire.By 2020 he’s still going strong, doing his own stunts in the Mission Impossible franchise and is tipped to be going into actual space…Need more Tom Cruise action? Make sure to check out our previous episodes about his early film Legend, and the Mission Impossible franchise.
25/10/201h 3m

The A Team

In 2015, two flatmates got drunk and started a podcast. Now they live apart, recording remotely in the wake of a global pandemic. Today, still producing new episodes, they survive as podcasters of geekdom.If you want a podcast, if no one else can help, and if you can find our website, maybe you can listen… to Two Geeks, Two Beers.For this episode, Morgan teaches noob Tom all about ’80s action TV series The A Team, from ‘explaining Mr T’, why George Peppard admitted he’s ‘not a very nice man’, and why you should always treat your mother right.
11/10/2059m 36s

Bill and Ted (with Ed Solomon)

We’re sure a lot of you are like us in being most excited about the non-heinous third Bill & Ted movie, Face the Music, out now at cinemas everywhere!We were very lucky to have an in-depth chat with none other than Ed Solomon, co-writer of all three Bill & Ted films, plus other classics such as Men in Black, Charlie’s Angels, and Now You See Me.Ed was a joy to speak to, and as massive Bill & Ted geeks, it was fascinating to hear his tales behind the rollercoaster journey to get all three films made, how they managed to pay tribute to George Carlin, and just what the films mean to so many people.Enjoy the (relatively) spoiler-free episode, and remember… be excellent to each other, and party on dudes!
20/09/2052m 36s

Time Bandits

Tom does a terrible job in explaining to Morgan just how great Terry Gilliam’s 1981 sci-fi fantasy romp Time Bandits is.Morgan professes his love for actor David Warner, we discover how a Beatle paid for the film, and Tom clearly didn’t study Ancient Greece.A childhood favourite film of Tom’s, Terry Gilliam’s fantasy comedy is one of the most underrated films of its generation.Reuniting Gilliam with several of his Monty Python mates, the film was part-financed by George Harrison and formed the first part of Gilliam’s ‘Trilogy of Imagination’, which was followed by Brazil and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.All the films are about the “craziness of our awkwardly ordered society and the desire to escape it through whatever means possible”, and focus on these struggles and attempts to escape them through imagination: Time Bandits through the eyes of a child, Brazil through the eyes of a man in his thirties, and Munchausen through the eyes of an elderly man.Time Bandits starred child actor Craig Warnock as Kevin, and the brilliant David Rappaport as Randall. There’s also excellent cameo appearances from Sean Connery, Michael Palin, John Cleese, Ian Holm and many others.
13/09/2049m 18s

Streets of Rage

After our previous episode celebrating the very best (and worst) that the Sega Megadrive/Genesis had to offer, this time Morgan teaches Tom about the history of the Streets of Rage franchise.We discover why roller blading won’t help you in a gang, why you should never bring guns to a metal rod fight, and why we’d love to go clubbing to ’90s video game glitchcore soundtracks.As we’ve said on the podcast before, we were both late bloomers when it came to video games. Essentially, we had the console you were meant to have 3 years previously, but we loved Streets of Rage and its sequel on the Megadrive as kids.Streets of Rage is a series of side-scrolling beat ’em up video games, focused on various ex-police vigilantes trying to take down a crime syndicate that has corrupted its local government.The first three games came out on the Sega Genesis/Megadrive in the early 1990s, and have since been ported and re-released on various platforms. Streets of Rage 4 followed in 2020.Whether you preferred playing as Max, Axel, Blaze, or even Skate (really?), it was a must-have game for players back in the day.
31/08/2052m 59s

Space Jam

It was an idea that really shouldn’t have worked, and many may say that, well, it didn’t. But that doesn’t stop 1996’s Space Jam starring Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes being a cult favourite!This time, Tom takes Morgan through a history of the Warner Bros classic from start to finish and its upcoming sequel.The boys discuss their past basketball ‘glory’, Morgan has his mind blown that it’s not actually called the Looney Toons, discover that Tweety Pie is surprisingly pervy, and ponder whether Foghorn Legorn was actually killed off in this movie.Space Jam came out in 1996 as a star vehicle for basketball superstar Michael Jordan. It saw him being recruited by the Looney Tunes to take part in a basketball game against a group of aliens who are threatening to take Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and co to be slaves at a theme park. Yep, really.Somehow, it was an enjoyable load of 90s fun, complete with a Bill Murray cameo and a kickass soundtrack. It also spawned a lot of merchandise which made billions of dollars.It’s now also coming back as a long-awaited sequel starring Lebron James called Space Jam: Legacy. Weirder things have happened lately.
16/08/2048m 37s

Licence to Kill

Yes, it’s another James Bond episode! Morgan is strapping on his Walther PPK and heading back into the field to correct a terrible wrong. Not that Tom has been fed to a shark by a vicious drug lord, but to rehabilitate the reputation of the 16th James Bond film, 1989’s Licence to Kill.The boys discuss Timothy Dalton’s beautiful face, Benicio del Toro’s unique line deliveries, the film’s cracking theme tune and how Felix Leiter got over losing two limbs and his wife rather too quickly.Licence to Kill was Timothy Dalton’s second (and sadly last) James Bond film.The first 007 film not to use the title of an Ian Fleming story, the film saw Bond being suspended from MI6 as he pursued drug lord Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi), who has ordered an attack against Bond’s CIA friend Felix Leiter and the murder of Felix’s wife after their wedding.Surprisingly dark at times, it was a fantastic revenge thriller, with Dalton proving that he deserved far more plaudits for his portrayal as Bond.Plus, you’ve got to love a very young Benicio del Toro as a minor Bond villain.
01/08/201h 3m

Saved by the Bell

Tom takes Morgan back to the good old days (the early ’90s), as the boys channel their inner Zack Morris (well, Screech) and look at the history of teen comedy Saved by the Bell.They remember the various famous theme tunes, how its creator didn’t know what he wanted, why Zack was a bit of a dick and why The New Class went on far too long. Justice for The College Years!Starting life as Good Morning Miss Bliss, the show was retooled with some of the characters including Zack Morris and Screech returning, becoming the new series Saved by the Bell.Airing for four seasons from 1989 to 1993, the show followed a group of high school students at Bayside High School. It became a Saturday morning staple for kids in the US and UK in the early 1990s.It then spawned a series of spinoffs and sequels, including 2020’s reboot which also brings back several of the same characters.
19/07/201h 6m

Spider-Man – The Animated Series

We’ve done Batman, Hulk, X-Men, and now it’s time to web-sling back to the ‘90s to revisit an animated outing for Spider-Man.This time, Morgan pens a podcast love letter to his childhood and adoration for the 1994 animated version of Peter Parker and his pals.We look at the potentially murky history behind the epic theme tune creators, the bizarre censorship rules to protect children, and its utterly bonkers multiverse ending.Spider-Man The Animated Series ran on the Fox Kids Network from 1994 to 1998, with a total of five seasons and sixty-five episodes.Starring Morgan’s hero Christopher Daniel Barnes as Peter Parker, and Two Geeks favourite Ed Asner as J Jonah Jameson, the series was massively popular and helped cement Spider-Man as a hugely popular superhero years before Tobey Maguire brought it to the big screen.
04/07/201h 2m


It really shouldn’t work, and many at the time said it didn’t, but a movie based on the Cluedo board game was a childhood favourite of Tom’s back in the day.As Morgan has never seen 1985’s Clue, or even played Cluedo, for the latest episode Tom gives a mini history lesson on the crime caper starring Tim Curry.The boys discuss the film’s groundbreaking different endings, a potential remake, and why Monopoly is the worst.Directed by Jonathan Lynn with a script by Lynn and John Landis, the black comedy mystery film starred a fantastic ensemble including Christopher Lloyd, Tim Curry, Madeleine Khan and Michael McKean.Ahead of its time in many ways, Clue had three possible endings, and while it wasn’t a huge success at the time, it has gone on to become a cult favourite (in true Two Geeks fashion).
20/06/2053m 21s

The Demon Headmaster

Look into our eyes…For this episode, we’re heading back to the ‘90s with a ‘splat’, as we fall back under the spell of The Demon Headmaster, investigating the vintage CBBC series, the recent reboot and the books that inspired them both.Morgan teaches Tom all about the classic kids’ show that is still rather terrifying, and share our own harrowing stories of teachers. Tom’s broken ruler story will send shivers down your spine…Based on the series of books by Gillian Cross, The Demon Headmaster ran on CBBC from 1996 to 1998. It starred Terrence Hardiman in the title role, becoming one of the most feared TV characters for 90s kids everywhere.It was brought back as a sequel series in 2019, with Hardiman returning in later episodes, much to the joy of total nerds like us.
06/06/2056m 19s

The Sims

As we’re all feeling like our lives are not quite in control right now, and we’re (mostly) stuck at home and being told what to do and when… you could say that your life feels like a bit of a simulation. Yeah, that’s a really crap link isn’t it?For this episode, Tom is taking Morgan back to the year 2000 and his teenage obsession with The Sims – the first iteration of the hugely popular Sims video game franchise.We go through the first Sims era, its creation from depressing circumstances, its long list of expansion packs, what the heck Simlish is, and why it’s not a great party unless Drew Carey turns up.Created by Will Wright after he had an idea sparked by a house fire of all things, the Maxis game series The Sims launched in 2000 on PC.Since then, it has spawned countless sequels, expansion packs, spin-offs and more, and has become one of the most successful game franchises of all time.
24/05/2050m 25s

Wonder Woman (TV series)

Long ago, when we were all free to roam the streets, we’d planned an episode to tie into the June 2020 release of Wonder Woman 1984…Since then, society has collapsed and that film has been postponed till August, but despite that, we still wanted to celebrate a cultural milestone.Here, we explore the wonderful world of Wonder Woman, specifically the 1970s television series starring Lynda Carter. We tackle Diana’s somewhat strange flight plans, the show’s trio of awesome theme tunes, and how it tackled the sexism of the era.Based on the DC Comics superhero character, Wonder Woman was a big success in the second half of the 1970s.Starring Lynda Carter and Lyle Waggoner, Wonder Woman’s first season aired on ABC and was set in the 1940s during World War II.The second and third seasons moved to CBS and were set in the 1970s, with the title changed to The New Adventures of Wonder Woman, and a complete change of cast other than Carter and Waggoner.
09/05/2050m 1s

Fast and Furious – Tokyo Drift

In our first regular episode recorded during lockdown, Tom takes Morgan back to 2006 (or so we thought) to the underrated entry in the Fast & Furious saga: Tokyo Drift.We try and work out the film’s timeline, discover hilarious character names in the credits, and hear Tom’s god awful Channing Tatum impression.Also, hear the grumpy hilarity that ensues when almost half the episode has to be re-recorded due to Zoom malfunctioning!Tokyo Drift was released in 2006 as the third film in the Fast & Furious franchise. However, it didn’t star Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, but drifted over to Japan for a new adventure starring Lucas Black as Sean Boswell.Introducing a new cast including Sung Kang as Han, the film became something of a cult favourite with fans, and managed to just about keep the franchise going, before Vin and Paul returned for 2009’s Fast and Furious.With the upcoming Fast 9 set to bring back Sean and other Tokyo Drift characters, it’s a treat to go back to when flip phones and Devon Aoki were cool.

Red Dwarf (with Doug Naylor and Richard Naylor)

In this very special episode of Two Geeks, we had a fantastic chat with geek hero – Red Dwarf co-creator, director and writer Doug Naylor, and producer Richard Naylor.In our third interview special (check out our Jamie Anderson and Nicholas Briggs episodes too), we spoke to Doug and Richard about their brand new feature-length Red Dwarf episode The Promised Land, the future of Dwarf, unanswered questions and more.Despite us all being on lockdown, it was fantastic being able to speak to Doug and Richard over video chat – and we hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed recording it.And make sure to check out our previous Red Dwarf-themed episode, when Tom took Morgan through a potted history of the sci-fi sitcom.
11/04/2047m 42s


Now, we didn’t plan this, but our next episode is all about a movie that delves into the end of the world, Armageddon. Whoops.Yep, it’s time for Tom to teach Morgan all about 1998 Michael Bay/Bruce Willis disaster movie explosion fest Armageddon! AKA the highest grossing movie of 1998.In the episode, we discuss the film’s frankly amazing cast, Ben Affleck’s hilarious disparaging DVD commentary, and we hear Morgan’s Donald Trump impression. What more could you want?We recorded this episode before the whole coronavirus pandemic became a thing, but we reckon it’s strangely apt to be discussing something so… end of the world-y. So, at least whatever’s happening in your life right now, at least the fate of the world isn’t in the hands of Bruce Willis and his oil drilling pals.Podcasts can be a great comfort or distraction in times like these, so while we’re sure everyone has bigger concerns, we hope we can provide some small feeling of comfort and a bit of a giggle.
20/03/201h 5m

James Bond Video Games

To mark the upcoming release of No Time To Die, we’re returning to the world of 007, with Morgan taking Tom through a history of James Bond video games!We travel from Bond’s early text-based games, through the height of GoldenEye 64 and to Morgan’s three favourite original Bond games, peaking with 2003’s Everything or Nothing.Tom has several rants, Morgan explains how he spoke to Pierce Brosnan in his pants, and we look at the current state of Bond games.Note: We apologise for a few sound issues caused by a rogue mic during this episode!
22/02/201h 12m

Live and Kicking

For our first episode of 2020, Tom takes Morgan back to the 1990s once again, as the boys discuss the nostalgia rush that is Live and Kicking.We go through a brief history of Saturday morning kids’ TV from Tiswas to SMTV, debate the Andi Peters/Emma Forbes vs Zoe Ball/Jamie Theakston eras and try to remember which one was Trevor or Simon.We also recall John Barrowman’s involvement, memorable phone-in jingles, and what signaled the demise of a TV institution.Live and Kicking launched in the early 1990s, and became an institution in the UK when it came to children’s TV.Saturdays were not complete without a dose of Live and Kicking and its cartoon lineup of X-Men, The Raccoons and more.Check out our previous shows based on 90s kids TV, including The Animals of Farthing Wood, ReBoot and Batman The Animated Series.
26/01/201h 6m

Is It a Christmas Movie?

For the 2019 Two Geeks Christmas special, Tom and Morgan have chosen six classic movies that are often the subject of furious debate at this time of year.‘Is ________ actually a Christmas movie?’The movies we debate are:Die HardLethal WeaponGroundhog DayGremlinsOn Her Majesty’s Secret ServiceIt’s a Wonderful LifeIn the episode, Tom loses an argument with himself and Morgan unleashes his best James Stewart impression yet. You’re in for a serious Christmas treat.Yes, Tom really didn't think It's a Wonderful Life was a Christmas movie, or did he? Morgan also tries to convince Tom that Groundhog Day is a Christmas film despite taking place in February, and we finally put to rest the annual argument about Die Hard. Once and for all.Also, check out our previous Christmas episodes, including ranking the Scrooges, Festive Fright Fest and weird Christmas TV specials.
14/12/191h 3m

The Animals of Farthing Wood

For this episode, Tom takes Morgan back to their 1990s childhoods, by reliving the trauma suffered by watching animated TV series The Animals of Farthing Wood, based on the novels by Colin Dann.We look back at the various horrendous deaths suffered by the woodland critters that makes Game of Thrones seem tame, how the suffering of a cute badger lost him some serious street cred, and both boys genuinely start tearing up in the most emotional episode yet.Tissues at the ready, gang!Beer choice: Badger Brewery’s Golden Champion
24/11/1944m 42s


This time, Morgan teaches noob Tom about the entire history of the Highlander franchise, from its classic Queen-soundtracked first movie, to its dreadful sequel, and its many spinoffs and follow-ups.Hear Tom get more exasperated with each new iteration, how he forgot Morgan’s birthday and why Colin isn’t an action hero name. Sorry, Colin.There’s also an interview clip from when Morgan met Christopher Lambert, and a special competition where YOU could win an awesome prize!Beer choice: Fyne Ales HighlanderThe Highlander series began with a 1986 film starring Christopher Lambert as Connor MacLeod, the Highlander himself.Born in Glenfinnan in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century, MacLeod is an immortal empowered by an energy called the ‘Quickening’, and is only able to die if beheaded. Nice.On TV, Highlander: The Series aired for six seasons from 1992 to 1998, starring Adrian Paul as Connor’s kinsman Duncan MacLeod.There have been four Highlander films, one made-for-TV film, two live-action TV series, an animated TV show, an anime film, a flash animation series, original novels, comic books, and various licensed merchandise. Wow.Make sure to check out our previous movie-based episodes, including a treasure trove of 1980s sci-fi fantasy romps such as Legend and Labyrinth.
30/10/191h 12m

David Bowie In Film

For this episode, Tom takes Morgan through six TV and film projects starring the one and only David Bowie:The Man Who Fell to EarthThe SnowmanThe HungerInto the NightTwin Peaks: Fire Walk with MeThe PrestigeIf you’re wondering where Labyrinth is, don’t worry we haven’t gone mad. We’ve already done a Labyrinth special, which you can catch right here.Discover the brilliance of Bowie on film, why Raymond Briggs wasn’t a fan, and hear Morgan’s unique impression on tap.Beer choice: Tiny Rebel’s Clwb Tropicana, Stay Puft, Frambuzi and Pump Up the Jam.
28/09/1956m 14s

Blake’s 7

In this episode, Morgan teaches Tom all about the history of slightly-naff but underrated ’70s sci-fi gem Blake’s 7.We look at the show’s amazing theme music (and how Pulp ripped it off), we record Tom’s live reaction to its iconic cliffhanger ending and Morgan gives a stab at recording the first Two Geeks single.Running from 1978 to 1981 and four seasons, it followed the adventures of rogue Roj Blake, who leads a small group of rebels against the forces of the evil (sort of) Terran Federation that rules the Earth and other planets.He and fellow prisoners Jenna Stannis and Kerr Avon gain control of a technologically advanced alien spacecraft, Liberator. Blake and his crew (seven of ’em) begin a campaign to damage the Federation, but are pursued by Space Commander Travis — a Federation soldier — and Servalan, the Supreme Commander and later Federation President. Oooh.Also, make sure to check out all previous episodes about sci-fi TV shows, such as Red Dwarf and Quantum Leap.
31/08/1959m 56s

Legend (1985)

Following on from our Labyrinth/Dark Crystal episode, Tom completes his trio of childhood ’80s fantasy movies by taking Morgan through the history of Ridley Scott’s 1985 epic Legend starring Tom Cruise and Tim Curry.We explore the insane techniques used to make the movie, Tim Curry’s iconic performance, TWO cracking soundtracks and why it didn’t exactly stand the test of time.Note: This episode was recorded before the sad passing of Blade Runner star Rutger Hauer.Directed by Ridley Scott, Legend followed from his early films including Blade Runner and Alien. It starred a young Tom Cruise, Mia Sara and an utterly terrifying Tim Curry.Legend follows Jack, a ‘pure being’ who must stop the Lord of Darkness who aims to cover the world with eternal night, just like Mr Burns.Despite not being a commercial success at the time and receiving mmmixed rrrreviews, it has gone on to receive a cult following, in classic Two Geeks fashion.
28/07/1950m 27s

Nicholas Briggs Interview Special

Morgan and Tom sat down with the voice of the Daleks himself, Nicholas Briggs!Nicholas spoke in depth about his love for all things Doctor Who, including his work on Audio Visuals, Myth Makers and many Big Finish Productions audio dramas.The geek hero reveals awkward moments meeting Doctor Who legends, how he assumed Andy Serkis would voice the Daleks instead of him, and the projects he’d love to make if he got the rights.Nicholas Briggs began his Doctor Who journey as host of The Myth Makers, a series of made-for-video documentaries in the 1980s and 1990s by Reeltime Pictures, in which he interviewed many of the actors, writers and directors of the show.When Reeltime started producing original dramas, Nicholas wrote stories and acted in others, including the first unofficial Doctor Who spinoff Wartime. By the late 1980s, Nicholas also provided the voice of a future incarnation of the Doctor for unofficial audio dramas by Audio Visuals.Since Doctor Who returned to in 2005, Nicholas Briggs has provided the voices for several monsters, including the Daleks and the Cybermen, and continues to create and star in fantastic productions for Big Finish. He is a true Doctor Who – and all round geek – legend.Make sure to check out our previous Doctor Who episodes, including Morgan’s beginner’s guide, and Wannabe TV shows pre 2005 and post 2005.
30/06/191h 34m

Sega Dreamcast

Our first video game-themed episode in a while, where Tom explains to Morgan the short history of Sega’s final console, the Dreamcast.We look back at its rise and dramatic fall, why it failed, its bizarre adverts, and its most memorable (and downright bizarre) games.We look back at strange Dreamcast adverts from the era, and why it is still considered one of the best consoles of all time. We also remember games including Crazy Taxi and the oddity that was Seaman.The Dreamcast was released by Sega in 1998/99, and was the first in the sixth generation of video game consoles, ahead of Sony’s PlayStation 2, Nintendo’s GameCube, and Microsoft’s Xbox. The Dreamcast proved to be Sega’s final home console, marking the end of the company’s 18 years in the console market.While the Dreamcast sadly had a short lifespan and limited third-party support, it was way ahead of its time, including being the first console to include a built-in modem for online play.Check out our previous video game episodes, including Point and Click Adventure Games and the Sega Megadrive/Genesis.
27/05/1955m 22s

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

We travel back to the late ’90s and one of the greatest teen sci-fi shows of all time, Buffy the Vampire Slayer!Morgan reminds Tom just why Buffy and the Scooby Gang were so great. We remember its kickass theme tune, our several man crushes on cast members and when Anthony Head made Tom feel very stupid.Based on the 1992 movie of the same name, Buffy the Vampire Slayer was created by Joss Whedon, and ran from 1997 to 2003.In case you didn’t know, Buffy followed the titular character (Sarah Michelle Gellar), the latest in a line of young women known as ‘Vampire Slayers’, chosen by fate to battle against vampires, demons and other forces of darkness.Despite being ignored by major awards, it was a ratings success and spawned a cult following, and a spin-off show called Angel starring the dishy David Boreanaz.
29/04/191h 19m

Choose Your Own Adventure Books

Take two! We first recorded this episode ages ago, but Tom managed to not record it properly, whoops. So here we finally are!With some tequila and more beer than usual, this may be the drunkest we’ve ever been, which will make for some adventurous storytelling…Tom takes Morgan through a history of gamebooks, COYA, Find Your Fate and more, and we also test out three books based on past episodes: ReBoot, Thundercats and James Bond.Expect plenty of page-turning, regretful alcohol consumption and awful Snarf impressions…Patreon thank-yous go out to: Sam McCathie, Rob Horrocks and Oli Jeffery.
31/03/191h 15m

Tom vs Morgan (Donnie Darko vs Temple of Doom)

For our 50th episode, we’re doing something a little different.We picked a classic cult icon each that one of us loves but the one hates, in the hopes of convincing them they’re wrong. Considering we usually agree on all things geek, it was a hard task just finding two things in the first place.In the end, we plumped for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (which Tom hates) and Donnie Darko (which Morgan hates). But… WHO. WILL. WIN?What’s worse? Willie Scott screaming for two hours or pretentious timey-wimey nonsense?Hear our pitches as to why the other one is wrong, and find out who came out victorious.
24/02/191h 7m

Special Episode: Greatest Hits

Yes, it’s the obligatory clip show! To celebrate reaching our 50th episode (though, our ‘official’ 50th episode is coming very soon), we wanted to take a look back at the very best of our half-century of episodes.If you’ve been with us since the start then enjoy the very best of Two Geeks, Two Beers so far – or if you’re a new listener (welcome!), then here’s a quick(ish) intro to what the show is all about: bickering about geeky things.Thanks to everyone who has listened to any of our shows so far, and here’s to another 50!Tracklisting:Why Captain Scarlet is Spectrum’s worst agent (Ep 1: Terrahawks)Safari Joe does it again (Ep 2: Thundercats)Scorpion King sequels (Ep 5: Freaky Film Franchises)The God of Gamblers series (Ep 5: Freaky Film Franchises)Kevin Bacon’s lowest ebb (Ep 7: Tremors)Don’t feel sorry for Jamie Kennedy (Ep 7: Tremors)Sidestep to your left, Simon (Ep 9: Knightmare)You’re overreacting Clark (Ep 10: Lois & Clark)Crime Traveller explained (Ep 11: Doctor Who Wannabes Part 1)Zarof and Taffin (Ep 11: Doctor Who Wannabes Part 1)Richard Armitage can’t recall (Ep 12: Doctor Who Wannabes Part 2)Drinking in front of Jason (Ep 13: Halloween and Friday the 13th)Fancying cartoons (Ep 14: Bucky O’Hare)Alpha’s Magical Christmas (Ep 15: 12 Days of Geekmas)Previously on… (Ep 18: X-Men)John McClane’s that weren’t (Ep 19: Die Hard)Ranking the Die Hards argument (Ep 19: Die Hard)John Rhys Davies’ bitter disappointment (Ep 20: Sliders)It’s morphin’ time! (Ep 21: Power Rangers)50 Cent’s video games (Ep 22: Sega Mega Drive)Most James Bond films are ropey (Ep 23: James Bond)Smelling like Pierce Brosnan (Ep 23: James Bond)The world’s biggest Arnold Vosloo fan (Ep 24: 24)What are you going to about this incident? (Ep 24: 24)Jack Frost fan wikis (Ep 25: Christmas Horror Movies)Angry Lost questions (Ep 29: Lost)FlashForward acting (Ep 29: Lost)Catch the Pigeon? (Ep 30: The Mandela Effect)Biting into your history (Ep 31: Dark Crystal and Labyrinth)Hulk’s horrible theme tune (Ep 32: The Incredible Hulk)Beer explosion (Ep 33: Red Dwarf)The best ‘Flash, aaah’ (Ep 35: Flash Gordon)Ross Kemp’s Christmas Carol (Ep 36: Ranking the Scrooges)Bodger and Badger / Presumptious (Ep 37: 2017 – A Year in Geek)Mind the nuke (Ep 38: Predator)Jesse Ventura’s TV history (Ep 38: Predator)Those boards don’t work on water! (Ep 39: Back to the Future)Brucesploitation movies (Ep 40: Bruce Lee)Turtles concert tour (Ep 41: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)The Lake House vs Mortal Kombat (Ep 42: Mortal Kombat)Worst lines in movie history (Ep 42: Mortal Kombat)Death… on the Nile (Ep 43: Ranking the Sherlocks)Tom Hardy’s Upstairs Downstairs… (Ep 43: Ranking the Sherlocks)Jamie Anderson’s favourite Tracy brother (Ep 44: Gerry Anderson Special)Why Mission Impossible 2 is amazing (Ep 46: Mission Impossible)The Air Bud franchise (Ep 47: Freaky Film Franchises...
30/01/191h 58m

Ranking the Santas

Ho, ho, ho!For this year’s Christmas special, we’re ranking the greatest screen Saint Nicks of all time.Our five are:Mel Smith (Father Christmas)Edmund Gwynne (Miracle on 34th Street)Richard Attenborough (Miracle on 34th Street)Tim Allen (The Santa Clause)David Huddleston (Santa Claus: The Movie). But which order will we pick them?Plus, plenty of other honorable mentions, and a brief history of Santa as we know him. See, it’s an educational show too!We also explain the difference between different types of Santa on screen, including ‘imposter Santas’ (eg Bad Santa).Merry Christmas! Check out our previous Christmas-themed episodes here.
22/12/181h 14m

Quantum Leap

Oh, boy!In this episode, Morgan takes Tom on a leap of faith back to the 1980s and beyond, as we retrace Sam Beckett (or is it Becket?)’s travels through time in Quantum Leap.From its heartwarming moments, its somewhat dubious moments to its cracking theme tune, Ziggy says we have a 100% chance of having one hell of a ride.Morgan spends what feels like half the episode explaining to Tom the show’s rules of time travel and just how Sam leaps into different historical figures. Some say he’s still explaining it.Quantum Leap was created by Donald P. Bellisario, and originally aired on NBC for five seasons, from 1989 to 1993.Starring Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, it followed the physicist who leaps through spacetime during an experiment in time travel, by temporarily taking the place of other people to correct historical mistakes.Dean Stockwell co-starred as Al Calavicci, Sam’s womanizing, cigar-smoking best pal, who appears to him as a hologram.It was a unique mix of sci-fi, drama, romance and comedy, with a truly awesome theme tune to boot.Check out our previous sci-fi TV episodes, including Red Dwarf, Doctor Who and Lost.
30/11/1859m 48s

Freaky Film Franchises 2

Just like episode 5 way back when, we’ve taken two film franchises each and dissected just how bonkers they have got (and are still going to this day!).Morgan teaches Tom all about The Marine and Universal Soldier franchises, while Tom takes Morgan through Air Bud and Puppet Master.Try and keep up, things are about to get thoroughly confusing (and merry).The Marine series started off as a 2006 action film starring John Cena, and has since spawned over 4 sequels featuring various other WWE stars.Universal Soldier began in 1992, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren, and has since had five movie sequels of varying quality.Air Bud began life as a 1997 kids film about a Golden Retriever playing basketball. There have since been multiple sequels and spin-offs that will make your head hurt.Puppet Master started in 1989 with a film about a group of anthropomorphic puppets animated by an Egyptian spell. There have since been 10 sequels and other spin-offs, and they still won’t die.Developments since broadcast:The Marine 6 was released in November 2018 – Close Quarters – it is thought to be the final film in the series, but who knows?In late 2018, Todd Black and Jason Blumenthal hired Richard Wenk to write a reboot of the Universal Soldier films.In 2020, a Puppet Master spin-off titled Blade: The Iron Cross was released on DVD and streaming.
20/10/181h 31m

Mission Impossible

Finger on the pulse yet again, a mere month and a bit since Fallout is released, we’re back with a brand new episode.Morgan takes Tom through a history of the M:I franchise, from its TV series, to the movies and beyond.We discuss at length how underrated Tom Cruise is, why we love a Limp Bizkit soundtrack and what Bond could learn from Ethan Hunt.Mission Impossible started life as a 1960s TV spy series starring Steven Hill and Peter Graves. Known for its iconic theme tune and ‘self destruct’ opening sequence, it became a staple of US TV for many years.Fast forward to 1996, and Tom Cruise brought back the show as a big budget movie, playing IMF agent Ethan Hunt. The Mission Impossible film series is still going strong 25 years later, with each film showing off even bigger stunts, and making more money at the box office.Developments since broadcast:Mission Impossible 7 has since been filmed, and is scheduled to be released in November 2022 after having delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will star Tom Cruise alongside Hayley Atwell, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, and Henry Czerny, the latter of whom is returning for the first time since the original film.
16/09/181h 32m

Jurassic Park

OK, it may have been a month or so since Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom came out, but here’s our Jurassic Park episode!Here, Tom welcomes Morgan to the world of the Jurassic Park series, from the original book by Michael Crichton, to all five movies, video games, toys and more.We also discover the dodgy Carnosaur franchise, the cancelled TV series that Spielberg couldn’t be bothered to look at, and what Tim and Lex Murphy did next.Hold onto your butts, this is one epic ride...The Jurassic Park franchise began in 1990, when Universal bought the rights to Michael Crichton’s novel before it was even published.In 1993, Steven Spielberg’s film version was a massive success, becoming the highest-grossing film of all time. Starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Richard Attenborough, it made dinosaurs cool again.It had two further sequels, and in 2015, it returned as a soft reboot in Jurassic World starring Chris Pratt. This was followed by 2018’s Fallen Kingdom, both of which were massive box office hits.Developments since broadcast:A sixth Jurassic Park film – Jurassic World: Dominion – is in the works, and will be released in summer 2022. It will also bring back Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum in lead roles.
11/08/181h 10m

Gerry Anderson (with Jamie Anderson)

Anything can happen in the next… two hours or so.In this very special episode, Tom and Morgan interview Jamie Anderson, the son of the late, great Gerry Anderson, the head of Anderson Entertainment, and producer of many Big Finish audio productions.Meeting at a pub in London, we chat about the history of Gerry Anderson’s amazing body of work, including Thunderbirds, Stingray, Terrahawks, Captain Scarlet and more.Three Geeks… Three Beers!We discuss who is the best Tracy brother, why Troy Tempest is a rogue, why Joe 90 is a bit of a little git, and what Gerry Anderson really thought of Team America.Jamie also reveals what’s still to come from keeping his father’s legacy going, including the very exciting Firestorm reboot.
14/07/181h 54m

Ranking the Sherlocks

Elementary, dear listener…For this episode, Tom and Morgan pick three actors who have played Sherlock Holmes, before agreeing on an overall ranking of the very best on-screen Sherlocks of all time.We also discuss a few honourable mentions, the difference between a ‘bumbling’ or ‘capable’ John Watson and the politics of the deerstalker hat.The main six actors we focus on are:Basil RathbonePeter CushingRobert Downey JrRobert StephensBenedict CumberbatchJeremy Brett
17/06/181h 46m

Mortal Kombat

Morgan takes Tom through a history of the Mortal Kombat franchise, from the video games to the (mostly) dodgy movies to the forgotten cartoons.We discuss the origins of ‘Toastie!’, its weird Dad’s Army connection, and the worst line of dialogue in cinema history.Developments since broadcast:Mortal Kombat is now getting a rebooted film, set to come out in 2021. The reboot will focus on Lewis Tan as Cole Young, with other characters appearing including Liu Kang, Sub Zero, Raiden, Sonya Blade, Scorpion and Jax.Mortal Kombat launched in 1992 as a video game by Midway Games, based on an idea that Ed Boon and John Tobias had of making a game starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.Sadly, that fell through, but a fantasy-themed fighting game was created instead, paying homage to the legendary action star with the character Johnny Cage, whose initials and style echo Van Damme’s.The original game has since spawned many sequels and spin-offs. Film producer Lawrence Kasanoff licensed the rights to the game in the early 1990s, and produced the first hit film ever based on a video game. Let’s just forget about the second film, shall we?There has also been an animated TV series, live-action TV series, a platinum-selling album and a live-action tour. Mortal Kombat is one of the most successful fighting franchises in the history of video games and one of the highest-grossing media franchises of all time.Mortal Kombat is also known, of course, for its high levels of graphic violence, including its famous ‘Fatalities’, which led to the creation of the ESRB video game rating system.Check out our previous episodes, including ones based on point and click adventure games and the Duke Nukem franchise.
12/05/181h 9m

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Tom takes Morgan through the ENTIRE history of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise – the comics, the TV series, the movies, the merch and more. (In hindsight, maybe we should have just done the 1987 series!).We discuss which Turtle is best, why Elias Koteas is so cool, whether Tom’s Winter Olympics Turtle was real or not, and just how weird the latest Splinter looks.So grab a slice of pizza and settle down, it’s going to be an epic ride…Developments since broadcast:As referenced in the podcast, Nickelodeon released their new 2D animated series based on the franchise, first appearing in September 2018.A crossover film, called Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, was recently released in 2019.
01/04/181h 29m

Bruce Lee

“Be water, my friend”Time for a history lesson on another movie icon, and this time it’s martial arts legend Bruce Lee, who died 45 years ago this July.Morgan takes noob Tom for a travel back through Bruce’s life, movie career, and even death…We tackle everything from mistitled US versions of his films, the dodgy Bruceploitation movies, and bizarre video games based around his image.Developments since broadcast:In 2019, Cinemax debuted the TV series Warrior, which is based on an original concept and treatment by Bruce Lee.2019 also saw the release of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which featured a brilliant portrayal of Bruce Lee by Mike Moh.
11/03/181h 9m

Back to the Future

Great Scott and all that. In this episode, Tom explains to Morgan just why BTTF is his favourite movie series of all time. They discuss and dissect all three movies, the cartoon series, games and more.We find out why you can’t just copy someone’s face, how the plot of the second movie is so complicated that Tom can’t speak, and just how many Ted Danson puns we can fit into a minute.
10/02/181h 16m


Morgan explains to Tom just why 1987’s Predator is his favourite movie of all time. We chat about all things Arnie, why Alan is a badass name and why AVP was just… no.Featuring an exclusive interview snippet with the legend that is Carl Weathers, and a look back at the bonkers show that was Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.Beer choice: Hunter’s CiderDevelopments since broadcast:As mentioned in the podcast, a fourth film The Predator was released later in 2018. It was met with MIXED REVIEWS!As of 2021, a fifth film is in the works.
20/01/1856m 40s

2017 – A Year in Geek

Happy New Year! For this blockbuster episode, Tom and Morgan look back at the past 12 months and discuss the biggest geeky stories of 2017.From the big movies and TV shows of the year, dearly departed geek heroes and drunkenly inventing new words, this is an epic dissection of a big year for all things geek.Thanks to all of you who have ever listened to a second of Two Geeks this year, it means a hell of a lot to us, and please do get in touch! Here’s to a brilliantly geeky 2018!

Ranking the Scrooges

Merry Christmas! For this year’s festive special, we’re looking back at some of the most memorable adaptations of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.Tom and Morgan pick three Scrooges each, to decide which one is the very best (not including Scrooge McDuck or efforts by Henry Winkler or Kelsey Grammer, sorry boys).The episode also features an exclusive interview with Muppet Christmas Carol star Meredith Braun, where Tom chatted with her about the film’s fan favourite song ‘When Love is Gone’ and how great Michael Caine was as Scrooge.Developments since broadcast:Christopher Plummer starred as Scrooge in a semi-biographical film about Charles Dickens, The Man Who Invented Christmas, in 2017.Guy Pearce played Scrooed in a gritty new version of A Christmas Carol by the BBC and FX in 2019.Disney announced plans to re-release The Muppet Christmas Carol in HD, including the discovery of the original tapes of ‘When Love is Gone’! We like to pretend we had something to do with it.

Flash Gordon

OK, we may have had an issue with our latest episode (ie, Tom forgot to record it properly), so that lost episode will be re-recorded in a few months time…BUT, instead, here’s a brand new episode entirely, all about the history of one of America’s most beloved comic book characters, and its 1980 movie, Flash Gordon!Tom and Morgan chat about the underrated hero that is Buster Crabbe, the best bits of Queen’s Flash soundtrack and why Ming the Merciless’ name is so perfect.Beer choice: Smog Rocket (Flash has a rocket, innit)Developments since broadcast:In 2019, an animated Flash Gordon film from Taika Waititi was cancelled.A film about the making of the film and what happened to the cast next – Life After Flash – was released in 2018.In 2020, the film became the subject of controversy over claims of racism, with the film now carrying a warning about ‘potentially offensive’ material, by the BBFC.

Batman – The Animated Series

To mark the 25th anniversary of DC cartoon Batman: The Animated Series, Morgan explains to Tom just why it is one of the greatest cartoon series ever made.We delve into its influences and history, how it ended up influencing the DC universe forever, and why it was so badass, even today.It also features exclusive interviews with Batman actor Kevin Conroy and Robin himself, Burt Ward.Beer choice: Guinness XX (dark, innit?)Developments since broadcast:In January 2021, Kevin Smith revealed that Warner Bros was looking into a reboot of the series on HBO Max.Make sure to check out all our other episodes, including all our comic specials such as The Incredible Hulk and X-Men: The Animated Series.

Red Dwarf

Smegging hell, it’s Red Dwarf!In this episode, Tom delves through the history of his favourite TV show ever: Red Dwarf.Tom and Morgan discuss all 11 series (aired at the time), the dodgy American remake, how it came to be, almost-castings, favourite scenes and more.It also includes exclusive interview clips with the cast and co-creator Doug Naylor!Beer choice: Pilot ProjectDevelopments since broadcast:Series 12 of Red Dwarf followed in late 2017, followed by the excellent one-off film The Promised Land in 2020.In 2020, we followed this episode up with a special in which we interviewed Doug Naylor and producer Richard Naylor! Listen to that episode right here.

The Incredible Hulk (1978)

The episode delves into the history of the TV show and its movie follow-ups, its catchy music and how it influenced subsequent films.We also rank the live action Bruce Banners, boogie on down the disco version of the ‘Lonely Man Theme’ and get baffled by the awful theme to the 1966 cartoon series.There’s also a clip of when Morgan chatted Hulk with Doctor Who and Jessica Jones star David Tennant about his love of Bill Bixby.Beer choice: Gamma Ray (for obvious reasons).Check out our other episodes here, including other comic book episodes including X-Men and Defenders of the Earth.

Dark Crystal and Labyrinth

Tom takes Morgan back to the 1980s – when fantasy movies were everywhere and full of animatronics and puppets instead of CGI and green screens.This episode delves into the brilliant mind of the late, great Jim Henson, and two of his non-Muppet movies: The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth. Movies that were not huge successes at the time, but have grown to become cult favourites.We discuss everything from David Bowie’s bulge, scary bird things and whether pretending you were the baby in Labyrinth wins you any friends at uni.Beer choice: Little CreaturesDevelopments since broadcast:The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance was released on Netflix to great acclaim in 2019. It was a prequel to the original film, and it was one of Tom’s favourite TV shows of the 2010s. We even went to the show’s launch in London!As of 2021, the Labyrinth sequel is still in the works. Doctor Strange’s Scott Derrickson will direct, with Maggie Levin co-writing with him, and The Jim Henson Company’s Brian Henson as executive producer.We eventually did a whole episode dedicated to David Bowie in film and TV, so you should check that out too.

The Mandela Effect

For this podcast episode, Morgan takes Tom through the bizarre phenomenon of The Mandela Effect, where many people have shared memories of something that never happened.We cover various mindmelts from C3PO’s leg to ‘Stop the Pigeon’ to ‘Kazaam’ to ‘The Berenstain Bears’, all of which confused the hell out of us.The episode also includes a tribute to the late Sir Roger Moore.Beer choice: Stella Artois (cockney rhyming slang for Mandela!)

Lost – The Unanswered Questions

A very disgruntled Tom takes Morgan through one of his all-time favourite TV shows: Lost, marking 7 years since it ended on May 23.Though, you wouldn’t know it by how angry he sounds when discussing all the big questions that were never properly answered, from The Numbers to The Smoke Monster. Meanwhile, Morgan shows off his impressive Matthew Fox and Joseph Fiennes impressions. Now, where’s that DHARMA beer?WARNING: Contains HUGE spoilers for the whole of Lost.Beer choice: Oliver’s Island.

Planet of the Apes

You maniacs! Damn you all to hell!Morgan takes Tom through the entire sprawling Planet of the Apes movie series, with Tom being utterly confused over how many films were made in such a short space of time – covering all the movies and TV series.From the original series starring Charlton Heston and Roddy McDowall, to the many spinoffs and cartoons, to the recent prequel blockbusters, we go through the history of the Apes franchise.Beer choice: Polar Monkey

Duke Nukem

Hail to the king, baby! Our latest episode chronicles the history of steroid-loving Duke Nukem, and the ups and downs of his video game life – from 1991’s MS DOS platformer Duke Nukem to the looooonnngg-awaited disappointment that was Duke Nukem Forever in 2011.Includes a tribute to Bill Paxton, featuring a clip of him from video game film The Gamechangers.Check out our other video game episodes, including Point and Click Adventure Games and the Sega Megadrive.Beer choice: Old Thumper – because Duke’s old, and he thumps things.Developments since broadcast:In March 2018, it was announced that John Cena will star in a Duke Nukem movie. However, in January 2019, Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St John stated that no movie was in development.

Keanu Reeves

No way. No way! Something a little bit different this time as Tom and Morgan look back at the career of an underrated geek hero of cinema: Mr Keanu Reeves.We delve into the man himself, his history, his music, his not-so well received performances and in particular, these six iconic movies in Keanu’s filmography:Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure / Bogus JourneyPoint BreakSpeedThe MatrixConstantineJohn WickNote: Tom wanted to discuss The Lake House (aka one of his top five favourite movies, honestly) at length, but Morgan wouldn’t let him.Beer choice: Hogstar (Hogs Back Brewery)Developments since broadcast:Keanu has continued to make great movies as ever – including a third John Wick film, Toy Story 4 as Duke Caboom, and Bill and Ted 3!We recorded a Bill and Ted special to celebrate Face the Music’s release in 2020, which featured an interview with co-writer Ed Solomon.Keanu will star in a long-awaited fourth Matrix film, expected to be released in 2022.Keanu also starred in the even more long-awaited video game Cyberpunk 2077 as Johnny Silverhand. Tom still hasn’t got it working yet.

Festive Fright Fest (Christmas Horror Movies)

Ho ho HORROR. As we missed the deadline for our own Halloween special, we’ve combined it with Christmas for a collection of the best and worst of a very particular kind of horror film: the Christmas horror.Morgan and Tom teach each other about: Silent Night Deadly Night, Jack Frost, Black Christmas and Treevenge – and discover that the Christmas horror genre is anything but festive. Garbage Day!Beer choice: Life and Death (Vocation Brewery)


There was only one episode we could for instalment number 24, and it’s our second espionage ep in a row: JACK BAUER’S 24.And as it’s been so long since our last episode (our bad), it’s a bumper edition as we trawl through all 9 seasons (plus a mini movie and the game) of Jack’s mental adventures, nukes, moles and haughty English politicians.NOTE: This episode was recorded before Donald Trump’s election victory.Beer choice: Jack of ClubsDevelopments since broadcast:A spin-off, 24 Legacy, was released in early 2017. As Tom predicted in the episode, it kinda sucked and was quickly cancelled after one season.
13/11/161h 35m

James Bond (A Geek’s Guide)

Morgan teaches Tom about just how the James Bond franchise is much geekier than you think, from lost movies, crap remakes and 007’s magic number.We go through all the Bond actors, Bond films, Bond girls, Bond villains, and yeah, just all things Bond really.Beer choice: Vodka Martini (a crap attempt)Developments since broadcast:We’ve since recorded episodes on the greatest James Bond video games, and also looked back on Timothy Dalton’s underrated Licence to Kill.Daniel Craig’s final outing has been announced, but as of early 2021, A Time To Die has been delayed more than three times due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Daniel Craig is now set to be the longest-serving James Bond in terms of years he has owned the role.

Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Games

Morgan takes Tom back to the early 1990s and through some of his favourite Sega Mega Drive games, including Streets of Rage 2, Golden Axe and Sonic the Hedgehog. Tom also educates Morgan about the horrific Shaq Fu and how it may have influenced 50 Cent.Beer choice: Innis & Gunn lager (reference – err, because there are some guns in Sega games)Check out our other video game episodes, including about Point and Click Adventure Games and the Megadrive’s successor, the Sega Dreamcast.

Power Rangers

Tom helps Morgan refresh his memory of the good old days of the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, and try not to have our childhoods ruined by shoddy production, racist undertones and dodgy spandex suits. We also discuss the ‘classic’ movie, its many TV spinoffs and the future film.Beer choice: Doom Bar (reference – Rita Repulsa’s impending doom. Yeah, we know.)Developments since broadcast:Amazingly, the Power Rangers TV series is still going. Since this episode, there have been five more seasons – our favourite of which was called ‘Dino Fury’ in 2021.In 2017, the Power Rangers film reboot was released. While it pleased a decent amount of fans, it wasn’t a massive box office success.Paramount is currently working on another attempt at a Power Rangers film reboot.


Morgan and Tom hark back to the good old 1990s and the forgotten gem that was Sliders starring Jerry O’Connell.Well, it was a gem until the third season onwards when Fox ruined it. We find out just what went wrong with a brilliant sci-fi premise, including exclusive audio from John Rhys-Davies!Beer choice this time: Old Mout Cider – as ciders rhymes with Sliders.Developments since broadcast:Both Jerry O’Connell and John Rhys-Davies have spoken of a potential revival of the series as recently as 2019.

Die Hard

Morgan and Tom explain just why Die Hard is the best action movie of all time, why Jai Courtney almost single-handedly ruined the series, and the many clones from Cliffhanger to Executive Decision.We also discover how Die Hard could have starred Frank Sinatra instead of Bruce Willis, and we almost fall out when trying to rank the films.Beer choice this time: German ale Franziskaner Weissbier in tribute of Hans and Simon Gruber.Developments since broadcast:The planned sixth Die Hard movie was seemingly scrapped after Disney secured the rights to the 20th Century Fox catalogue.Disney is apparently planning to reboot Die Hard as a TV series on streaming service Hulu.

X-Men – The Animated Series

This time, Morgan geeks out about his favourite 1990s cartoon series, teaching Tom all about gruffly-voiced Wolverine, heartbreaking beastly romances and why will.I.Am isn’t the world’s best actor.We look back at the entire history and making of the classic X-Men: The Animated Series, and how it may have inspired the future film series.Beer choice this week was Guinness XX – we think you can guess why.Developments since broadcast:– In August 2020, it was announced that there were talks ongoing with Disney+ to revive the series.

Point and Click Adventure Games

Finally, we’re talking about video games in this episode!Tom takes Morgan through the world of nostalgic point and click games like Monkey Island, Broken Sword and The Longest Journey. And we moan about ridiculous puzzles involving goats, rubber duckies and moustaches.Developments since broadcast: In 2017, fans of the Monkey Island series launched an online petition in support of Ron Gilbert, asking Disney to sell the franchise to him; as of May 2020, the petition has gathered about 26,000 signatures.

Ulysses 31

Back to the 1980s as Morgan takes his ‘companion’ Tom to the 31st century for the one-series brilliance of Ulysses 31.Find out about rubbish No-No, ‘floaty-stone comas’ and its incredible epic theme song.

Weird Christmas TV specials (The 12 Days of Geekmas)

It’s the most geekiest time of the year… if these 12 incredible Christmas TV specials are anything to go by.Tom and Morgan have selected 12 fascinating (and sometimes dreadful) festive episodes or one-off movies based around the geekiest shows around – featuring: The X-Files, Power Rangers, Sliders, Biker Mice from Mars, Terrahawks, He-Man & She-Ra, X-Men, Doctor Who, Dinosaurs, Lois & Clark, Community and the god awful Star Wars Holiday Special.We also have a couple of Christmassy treats including a parody of a certain festive classic from Bowie and Bing….

Bucky O’Hare and Biker Mice from Mars

Back to the world of kids TV this time, as Tom teaches Morgan all about two 1990s cartoons about kick-ass anthropomorphic gunslingers: Bucky O’Hare and the Biker Mice from Mars. Only in the 90s.We wonder how we’ve never heard of Avenger Penguins, realise that StarFox is just a ripoff of Bucky and reminisce about fancying Gadget from Rescue Rangers.

Halloween and Friday the 13th

Rather appropriately, our 13th episode sees Morgan teach Tom all about two of the most iconic horror films of all time: Halloween and Friday the 13th.Don’t get too spooked as we complain about crap sequel titles and the utterly dreadful “abomination” Halloween: Resurrection.

Doctor Who Fill-Ins Part 2 – 2005 to 2015

Morgan continues his nerdy journey with Tom through TV shows that tried to emulate the success of Doctor Who after its return in 2005 – including shows on the BBC and ITV.We hunt dinosaurs in Primeval, get confused by Richard Armitage in Robin Hood, witness a bromance in Merlin, get baffled at Mark Addy in Atlantis and shudder at Philip Glenister’s accent in Demons.Make sure to check out our previous episode of 1989 to 2005!

Doctor Who Fill-ins Part 1 – 1989-2005

Morgan takes Tom through five forgotten TV shows that tried to emulate Doctor Who between Sylvester McCoy’s finale in 1989 to Christopher Ecclestone’s debut in 2005.We discuss and dissect: Crime Traveller, Strange, Sea of Souls, Dark Season and Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) – remember them?Make sure to check out part 2, where we look at shows that filled in for Doctor Who from 2005 onwards.
04/10/1546m 37s

Lois and Clark – The New Adventures of Superman

Morgan takes Tom back to the 1990s for a romantic take on the Superman legend, starring Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher as Lois and Clark.We found out that Morgan likes Michael Landes quite a lot, we wonder why Castle and Bones are still on air and celebrate the best Lex Luthor of all time in John Shea.
13/09/1533m 58s


Tom teaches Morgan all about 80s and 90s children’s game show Knightmare, starring the brilliant Hugo Myatt as Treguard.We discuss whether it’s best to be a dungeoneer or his mates, ponder whether it would work today and how macabre the deaths could be.
09/08/1533m 41s

The Prisoner

Morgan takes Tom down to the village in the latest episode of Two Geeks, as we find out all about Patrick McGoohan’s iconic 1960s thriller The Prisoner.Tom gets increasingly frustrated with its bonkers ambiguity, while we both discuss how scary a bouncy ball can be and whether Person of Interest could be part of its universe. Be seeing you!
19/07/1530m 4s


Way to go duuuude. Alriiiight!Our next episode takes us to the desert town of Perfection as we battle Graboids in the Tremors franchise.We look at the difference between Shriekers and Ass Blasters, moan about CGI and get fascinated by the Maneater film series among other discussions.
05/07/1531m 15s

Doctor Who – A Beginner’s Guide

Our latest episode sees Whovian Morgan teach Tom all about Doctor Who, and where to start watching if you’re a noob. We take in everything from Hartnell to Capaldi, and Daleks to Weeping Angels.We also pay our respect to Geek TV and film icon Sir Christopher Lee, who recently passed away soon before recording.It goes without saying that Morgan is a massive Doctor Who fan, and has pretty much made his career in banging on about the feller.Meanwhile, Tom has never really seen an episode all the way through and doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. And he calls himself a geek?So for this episode, Morgan explains just why the show is so good, travelling back and forth through time to give any noobs the ultimate watching order guide.Morgan also reveals his favourite ever Doctor, and ponders the future of the franchise.Developments since episode: The obvious one, Jodie Whittaker took over the role of the Doctor from Peter Capaldi in 2017, becoming the first ever female Doctor.
14/06/1546m 31s

Freaky Film Franchises

In Episode 5 we look at a variety of random and odd movie franchises, with some that are still going to this day.We both get utterly baffled and fascinated by the cinematic universes of The Scorpion King, The Land Before Time, Anaconda/Lake Placid, God of Gamblers and Zombi. Strap yourselves in, it’s going to get confusing…Morgan takes us through the history of the Scorpion King franchise, which began in 2002’s The Mummy Returns starring Dwayne Johnson as the titular warrior. Since then, it has spawned three further films with totally different casts each time.Then there’s the Lake Placid and Anaconda series, which came to a head when they went up against each other, despite the former being a body of water, but there you go.The Zombi film series is just downright complicated, as it technically involves two completely different series from different filmmakers taking place at the same time.The Land Before Time series started off a cute animated film, but has since spawned almost countless spinoffs and sequels that are still going strong.Then there’s the God of Gamblers series, where Tom simply got lost while trying to explain (we’ll blame the beer).Developments since episode:– There’s been another Land Before Time film – Journey of the Brave – released in 2016.God of Gamblers has seen two further films: From Vegas to Macau II in 2015 and From Vegas to Macau III in 2016.In 2020, it was announced that a reboot of the Anaconda film series was in the works.In 2018, a new film came out called Lake Placid: Legacy.2018 also saw the release of the film The Scorpion King: Book of Souls, while a further reboot was announced in 2020, with Dwayne Johnson producing.
07/06/1544m 35s

Defenders of the Earth

Episode 4 sees Morgan teach Tom all about 1980s cartoon Defenders of the Earth!We discuss everything from Flash Gordon’s dark storylines, failed Billy Zane movies and the potential DOTE cinematic universe.Known for its downright incredible intro theme tune (with lyrics credited to Stan Lee), Defenders of the Earth ran for just one season from 1986, but one with 65 (!) episodes in total.Set in the year 2015, it followed an Avengers-style teamup of comic characters Flash Gordon, The Phantom, Mandrake the Magician and Mandrake’s assistant Lothar. Their main enemy was the evil Ming the Merciless. He was merciless, after all.
30/05/1531m 16s


Episode 3 is all about the forgotten YTV/CITV gem ReBoot, the first fully-CGI TV series.We ask whether ReBoot could be… rebooted, and discuss Dot Matrixes and comparisons to Sliders and Wreck It Ralph.ReBoot was a Canadian series that originally ran from 1994 to 2001.Tom was a massive fan growing up when it reached the UK on CITV in the mid-to-late 1990s, but it was cruelly taken off the air mid-season. He didn’t find out what happened next until about 8 years later when he discovered something called BitTorrent…The series followed the adventures of a Guardian named Bob and his companions Enzo and Dot Matrix, as they worked to keep the computer system of Mainframe safe from viruses and other threats.Developments since episode: In 2015, a new animated-live action hybrid show titled ReBoot: The Guardian Code launched on YTV and Netflix. And yeah… it wasnt great.
17/05/1529m 54s


Our second episode sees Morgan teach Tom all about 1980s cartoon series Thundercats!Discover all about how Jagar is like Alec Guinness, Mumm-ra is definitely not Skeletor and Brad Pitt makes the perfect Lion-o.Based on characters created by Ted ‘Tobin’ Wolf, Thundercats launched in 1985, with animation provided by the Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation.As Morgan explains to a confused Tom (who somehow didn’t watch it as a kid), ThunderCats follows the adventures of a team of heroes, cat-like humanoid aliens from a planet called Third Earth.The series begins with the dying planet Thundera meeting its end, forcing the ThunderCats to flee their homeworld. The fleet is attacked by their enemies, the Mutants of Plun-Darr, but spare the flagship hoping to capture the legendary mystic Sword of Omens. Oooh…The flagship contains Lion-O, as well as Cheetara, Panthro, Tygra, WilyKit and WilyKat, and, sigh, Snarf.Developments since episode: In 2020, a new show launched called Thundercats Roar, on the Cartoon Network. Featuring far more comedic and lighthearted animation and stories, which was met with a backlash from some fans of the original series and the 2011 reboot.
11/05/1529m 13s


In our first episode, Tom teaches Morgan about Gerry Anderson‘s 1980s sci-fi puppet series Terrahawks.Discussions include Tiger Ninestein being a dick, Captain Scarlet being a rubbish agent, Fireball XL5’s awesome theme tune and other random tangents.Created by Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr, Terrahawks was Anderson’s first in over a decade to use puppets , and also his last. His previous puppet TV shows included the iconic Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet.Set in the year 2020, the series followed the adventures of the Terrahawks. A taskforce responsible for protecting Earth from invasion by a group of androids and aliens led by Zelda. Not that one.It also had a kickass theme tune, humorous characters such as Stu Dapples and the Zeroids, and was ahead of its time in many ways.The show ran for three series from 1983, and has since returned in audio form for three more series by Big Finish in 2014.It even spawned a hit single, where ‘Kate Kestrel’ released her song ‘SOS’ from the show, and it was a bit of a banger:Developments since recording: – In 2019, it was announced that a new series titled Kate Kestrel and the Terrahawks was in development by Anderson Entertainment, produced by Two Geeks friend and Gerry’s son Jamie Anderson and Stu Gamble.Ten-ten!
02/05/1529m 53s
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