Sun, 19 February 2017
Comics Are Like What, Now?
George is joined by Kristina Moorhead and Kristen Unger of Comic Logic in Ashburn, VA. Check them out at www.comiclogicva.com. Kristina and Kristen give some more insight about the retail side of comics and graphic novels, give us some recommendations, tell us about their prized possessions, and...hula hooping?
As heard on the show, you can find Kristina's creations on etsy.com/shop/zombisaur; you can find out more about NOVA Con, coming to the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner, VA the last weekend in July, at www.novacomic-con.com; and you can learn more about the photographic and videographic services offered at www.ImageQuality1.com by checking their website.
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Mon, 13 February 2017
The Bane Of My Existence
After her successful debut on episode 153, George's wife Connie makes her triumphant return to fill in as guest hostess with the mostest. Connie and George reveal how little they know about this year's Grammy nominees. Then, in the romantic spirit of Valentine's Day, George reveals how he fell for Connie after literally seeing her across a crowded room. They share some stories about their eventual honeymoon, including the tale of the bane of George's existence.
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Sun, 5 February 2017
The Theme Versus The Thrill
Someone told us there was a super game of some significance that went into overtime and bowled everyone over but we won't be discussing that on this episode.
Rob Shade, the man who designed the logo for Buzz Burbank News and Comment found along with us at www.relmnetwork.com, returns to fill in for Tony to discuss wedding planning, the theme park trifecta of the west coast, Weapon Brown, and Mary Tyler Moore. Plus, Rob rants!
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Sun, 29 January 2017
Film critic Bryan Loy returns to fill in for Tony and talk about the Oscar nominations, his favorite films of 2016, and those that disappointed. Do you agree with Bryan's opinions? Maybe you loved the movie that he despised the most. Let us know your picks, however obscure, on The George and Tony Entertainment page on Facebook. And don't forget to leave us a positive five-star review on iTunes. We appreciate it.
Bryan is a frequent guest on www.epicfilmguys.podbean.com and he co-hosts their sister show called B-Sides. If you want to hear Bryan's last appearance on our show, check out episode 144 in our archives on iTunes and www.georgeandtony.com.
Sun, 22 January 2017
Tony is still on hiatus so this week George is joined by his friend Rob Oster, copy editor at www.digitaltrends.com. Rob and the DT Team were at The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this month and Rob gives us a behind the scenes look at the latest in technology.
But first, Gregg Schigiel returns to the show (check out his first appearance on episode 54 in our archives on iTunes and www.georgeandtony.com) to give us the inside scoop on the upcoming, long awaited second volume of Pix: One Weirdest Weekend called Pix: Too Super For School. All the information and updates can be found at www.HatterEntertainment.com.
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Sun, 15 January 2017
The Brave and the Bland
Tony remains on hiatus this week so Eric from www.longboxreview.com (The Brave) joins George (The Bland) to discuss some of their favorite comic books of 2016. They also manage to talk about some movies and TV shows. You can help the show by using the Amazon link at www.georgeandtony.com for all your online purchases, including buying any (or all) of the items you hear about on this episode.
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Check our archives for Eric's previous appearance on episode 98!
Sun, 8 January 2017
George is joined by guest cohost Omar Latiri, host of ARC (www.artsreviewandcommentary.com) on The RELM Network (www.relmnetwork.com). Omar shares some stories about being out of work, becoming a Lyft driver and a tour guide in Washington DC, getting an ADD diagnosis, and preparing to be in a production of Twelve Angry Men at the Gaithersburg Art Barn in Gaithersburg, MD this month (check out www.sandyspringtheatregroup.org for more details and tickets). Also, our heroes talk about movies, TV, and the politics of 2016.
Omar previously appeared on episodes 56 and 94. Listen to them in our archives on iTunes. While you're out there, subscribe and please don't forget to leave a positive five star review to help others find the show.
Mon, 2 January 2017
Happy New Year! How do our heroes top the "modest proposal" of marriage from last week (if you haven't heard it yet, check out episode 152 in our archives on iTunes)? They feature a discussion of the hottest Broadway show on the planet; that's how. George is joined by none other than his wife, Connie, to talk about seeing the play that took the world by storm in 2016 - Hamilton.
And speaking about the proposal from last week, we offer some extra content that was not included in that episode to spotlight the happy couple, Rob and Amy, yet again. It's a nice way to put a cap on 2016 and start 2017 with a much needed positive vibe.
If we have whet your appetite about Hamilton, please do not forget the original Broadway cast recording is available via Amazon (that's where George got it) and we ask that you use the Amazon link at www.georgeandtony.com when making that and all your future online purchases.
We're young, scrappy, and hungry and we're not throwing away our shot!
Mon, 26 December 2016
A Modest Proposal
Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Kwanzaa!
After appearing on the show in episode 127 (check our archives at www.georgeandtony.com), Rob Shade, the man who designed the logo for Buzz Burbank News and Comment (www.buzzburbank.libsyn.com) right here on the RELM Network (www.relmnetwork.com), makes his triumphant return to the boiler room studio along with his girlfriend, Amy Fredericks. Amy is an astronomer and naturally questions about the stars come up, along with discussions about their mutual love of DisneyLand and how they embrace geek culture.
Do not miss the last third of the show where something extra special happens. Let's just say Rob and Amy exited the studio as different people compared to when they entered. While we can't say this is a first for podcasts, it can't occur very often.
Happy New Year!
Sun, 18 December 2016
Miracle on 53rd Street
Merry Christmas!!! Our heroes talk about a few of their favorite (and not-so favorite) things before they dive into their not-so Secret Santa and the ever popular iPod game.
Please remember to use the Amazon link at www.georgeandtony.com for all your last minute online holiday shopping needs. All George and Tony want for Christmas is for all of you to share a link to their show on your social media pages and to leave those magical five-star reviews on iTunes and wherever else finer podcasts may be heard.
Thank you and happy holidays from George and Tony.