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Every Tuesday, join Scott Murray for fascinating guests, unique topics and engaging conversations on For the Nerd. From movies, TV and hobbies to fandoms, psychology and nostalgia, FTN provides audiences with a different kind of nerdy talk show.

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Every Tuesday, join Scott Murray for fascinating guests, unique topics and engaging conversations on For the Nerd. From movies, TV and hobbies to fandoms, psychology and nostalgia, FTN provides audiences with a different kind of nerdy talk show.

    Interview Archives: Lar Park Lincoln and Fred Tatasciore

    Interview Archives: Lar Park Lincoln and Fred Tatasciore

    Scott shares two celebrity interviews from his podcast archive - Lar Park Lincoln (Tina from Friday the 13th Part VII) and voice actor  Fred Tatasciore.

    • 26 min
    Halloween Costumes, Movies and Comics

    Halloween Costumes, Movies and Comics

    FTN contributor Chris Clews joins the show to discuss childhood costume and haunted house memories, as well as share some classic 80s horror movie recommendations. FTN Contributors Matt Moore and Regina Davis share Halloween/horror comics at different levels - safe and fun to EXTREME. 

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Learning D&D and Understanding Bronies

    Learning D&D and Understanding Bronies

    Is it possible to try to play Dungeons and Dragons for the first time and not be told you're doing it wrong? D&D instructor Colby Nichols is here to discuss teaching the game. What does it mean to be a Brony, and is the fandom much different from other fandoms? Dr. Daniel Chadborn talks about Bronies and the psychology of fandom.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Anime Skills and Batman Kills

    Anime Skills and Batman Kills

    Elise Baughman (Anime Adventures) talks about how the Anime industry and fandom has adjusted to COVID-19. Does Batman kill? If so, is it intentional? Is there a right or wrong answer? Dr. Travis Langley (Batman & Psychology: A Dark & Stormy Knight) and Seth Everett (The Hall of Justice Podcast) discuss the popular debate.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Jim Henson Legacy Part 2

    The Jim Henson Legacy Part 2

    In the second part of our Jim Henson Legacy show, Stacey Gordon (Julia from Sesame Street) joins us to discuss her journey from puppeteer and autism habilitator to autism mom and the Muppeteer who brought the first autistic character to life on Sesame Street.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Jim Henson Legacy: Part One

    The Jim Henson Legacy: Part One

    In part one of our Jim Henson tribute week, Joe Hennes of ToughPigs.com talks about how The Muppets have influenced and impacted his life. We'll also discuss Muppet history and what Disney has done with the franchise after Jim Henson passed away. Also, you'll hear Austin Pendleton (The Muppet Movie), Charles Grodin (The Great Muppet Caper) and Juliana Donald (The Muppets Take Manhattan) talk about their experience working with Jim Henson.

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

bale_t ,

Great Guests with humor!

Listened to the episode “The Karate Kid, The Song and The Series.” Love the Intro and music! The podcast has a very professional feel. Absolutely loved the News and reviews segment. Seems like this is Robert Pattinson’s year with two hit movie trailers, The Batman and Tenant.
Joe definitely unearthed some memories. “You’re the best” is still considered a cult anthem, I would say. He seems to be a very humble person and can’t wait for his new album. Jeff, on the other hand, is another great guest. Love his quote, “Karate Kid brought my family together,” which shows the movie’s impact on our lives. Overall, a fun-filled episode. Can’t wait for Cobra Kai on Netflix!
Scott, you are a great host. I love your voice and interview style. Thank you for publishing great content. Recommend this podcast to anyone who enjoys listening to nerd culture talk shows.

XPGC_92 ,

Great!

Super easy to listen to show with great guests and great topics. These guys and gals just love nerd culture and are passionate about this stuff. What a great show!

Jlc_1992 ,

So Right!

I really enjoyed the opening to the Star Trek episode. Toxicity is a huge problem, but you CAN ignore it. No need to fuel the fire and make things worse. Well said!

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