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Nerds Without Pants Special: The Cutting Room Floor

Or: Seanbaby's Rest of the Crap

Welcome to a special edition of Nerds Without Pants almost a year in the making! Julian has been saving bits and pieces from the last year's worth of episodes that you've never heard before, and cobbled them together into something halfway decent!

In all seriousness, we talk about a lot of fun stuff before and after we hit the record button, and fortunately that stuff gets saved in our backup recordings, and that's what we have for you here. It's a lot of interesting discussions, blue humor, and behind the scenes shenanigans!


Final Fantasy XI- Mog House

The Fellowship of the Ring- Concerning Hobbits

BJ Thomas- Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head

Overwatch- Hollywood

Weird Al Yankovic- Livin’ in the Fridge

Street Fighter V- Nash’s Theme

Gary Wright- Dream Weaver

Unknown- The Boob Song

Weird Al Yankovic- Don’t Download That Song

Killer Instinct- Sabrewulf’s Theme

Chrono Cross- Times Scar

Final Fantasy XI- Ronfaure



Catherine Hauser Staff Alumnus

01/16/2017 at 02:35 PM

Livin' in the Fridge is now stuck in my head. Mission accomplished? I'd say so.

Jamie Alston Staff Writer

01/18/2017 at 09:07 AM

This was nice. I enjoyed each segment you put into this special episode. In fact, I'd often forget that I was only listening to a segment until your narration came back to transition to the next clip.

If possible, you should definitely do at least one of these every year.

Julian Titus Senior Editor

01/18/2017 at 12:21 PM

I cleared out the cutting room audio folder with that intention yesterday. Laughing

Exrian Contributing Writer

01/20/2017 at 09:38 PM

Nice clip show Julian. Really made my FF15 grinding fly by. Got backed up with holidays and caught the other episode also. Looking forward to a new year of NWP.

Julian Titus Senior Editor

02/01/2017 at 04:23 PM

Thanks! I have some big ideas for us this year, and the goal is to try and hit above our weight class and try to get some really big guests. 

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