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Nerds Without Pants Special: Wherein We Vamp For About 45 Minutes Before the Show

Or: Waiting for Kijek

Welcome to a shadow drop! Yes, friends, this is a special edition of Nerds Without Pants hitting a few days before episode 154 releases. Because we love you. And Julian is an editing masochist. Anyway, enjoy this meandering talk between Julian and Justin before the show as they wait for Patrick to show up.

There's some E3 talk that didn't make it into the main show, a little bit of Consumption Junction, and even some behind the scenes talk. Maybe not the most riveting content, but we like seeing when podcasts pull the curtain back, so maybe you will too! Enjoy, and please look forward to episode 154, coming soon!



Super Step Contributing Writer

06/16/2019 at 12:23 PM

This opening sounds familiar ... as does the close ... hope Patrick's ok!

I didn't realize what a hassle rafflin' could be. 

Julian Titus Senior Editor

06/16/2019 at 06:52 PM

Funny how that happens, right?

I don’t have a working printer at home, so I usually type up all the Great Game Giveaway entries before I leave for work on recording day. Then I cut them, fold them, and then put them in the Mega Buster of Destiny before the show. I forgot to do that before this episode, and it sucked. Won’t forget again!

Jamie Alston Staff Writer

06/17/2019 at 10:12 AM

That "Save Aeris $19.99" up top had me rolling! I could totally see them doing that if they were so inclinded.

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