Just like Bebe’s Kids and those AOL free trials: TADPOG don’t die, we multiply. We’re back to basics with just Tyler and Dave talking about Bebe’s Kids the “classic” brawler for the Super Nintendo. WARNING: SEVERE CLOUD OF NEGATIVITY WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Wizened Wastelander Sage Ian joins us as we continue our conversation about Fallout 4. We talk about snapshot moments in the lives of Tyler’s brother and Dave’s sister, and learn a few things about Ian’s late-night viewing preferences. None of our listeners said they didn’t want to hear this, so we made it.
We endure a rigorous battery of meaningless internet quizzes before talking about Fallout 4 with Ruby Baron Paul Clewell. We discuss strange things uncovered in the wasteland: legendary creatures, perks and glitches. Until next time, keep your eyes on those geiger counters, kids.
We peel ourselves away from playing Fallout 4 just long enough to record an episode about it. Joining us in Vault 235 via an elaborate array of satellites are Drew and Bailey from Hops and Heroes Podcast. We talk about character creation, most hated enemies and propose theories about Vault Dweller 111’s baby (maybe the dingo ate it). Now that this intro has been written…back to Fallout 4.
We’re talking about Fallout: New Vegas with Oathbreaker Blake Woods and Ryan (of being Tyler’s Brother fame). Blake is recording with us, so of course there is a discussion about video game preorders, collectors editions and early access games. We try sodas engineered for the elderly, Dave has a new bathroom at work so there is a conversation on bathroom etiquette, and Blake receives his long awaited Japanese hair gel (and green tea candy).
In preparation for Fallout 4, Josh Nance joins us to talk about Fallout 3. We all bunker down in TADPOG Annex II and just Three Dog it for awhile. We try a new soda which may have been irradiated and discuss strange sights on the side of the highway.
Nicole Nance returns to help us answer listener voicemails and texts, despite being tortured by an infestation of asian lady beetles inside TADPOG Annex II (Electric Boogaloo) and multiple references to Blowfly Girl. Additionally, one of Tyler’s stories is brought into question, we sample several chips courtesy of The One and Only Ben, and navigate the murky legal waters of sending mammal bones via the United States Postal Service.