Generation Goat #5 – If there’s a Goat in your Hedgerow…

Generation Goat is back (and without excess reverb)! In this episode, we discuss the reality of Vegas as compared to the reality of EPCOT, the consequences of growing old and out-of-touch, and grade school field trips. Secondly, we talk a bit about life at a comic book store, Magic the Gathering, and the dread terror of light switches. Sixth and lastly, a fairly lengthy discussion about roleplaying games and short story writing. And fourth, of course, Ken Mills, Andy Hicks, and assorted other recurring characters are all here, too! Finally, we discuss recent developments in quantum mechanics. (Note: not all topics appear in this podcast.)

Oh, and, look, if you’re still listening after “Oh my God, Lost!,” then you deserve the spoilers… Enjoy!

Generation Goat #4 – The Echo Strikes Back!

Finally, an episode that brings you all the excitement of a lazy Sunday afternoon!  And from the sound of it, we did it all in that crazy Mormon echo chamber out in Utah!  We talk about movies and music from the 90s, in an attempt to demonstrate our complete irrelevance.  We discuss the Newsies – American Psycho connection, and wax nostalgic about… well, what don’t we wax nostalgic about?  Honestly, I’d recommend this episode only for completists.  Go and reread some back issues of Uncanny X-men or play Magic the Gathering.  Or, if you must listen to this one, at least do yourself the favor of thinking up a cunning drinking game to go along with it.  We’ll come back next week with a short, focused episode of Generation Goat!  (And if we’re lucky, it won’t have that whole “Pigs in Space” thing going for it…)

Generation Goat #3 – Corned Goat Hash

Despite an onslaught of reverb, which will certainly disappear by the next episode (as Chris is soon to return from the other dimension that he is trapped in!), our heroes managed to record a St. Patrick’s Day episode.  They talk a bit about self-publishing, the worth of American Idol, some forthcoming improvements in Generation Goat interactivity, Geek-Style March Madness, the possible mp3-ification of Songs That Saved Your Life, and a host of other topics…