The boys try and convince each other they are wrong for hating two classic cult films: Temple of Doom and Donnie Darko. Who will win?
For our 50th episode, we’re doing something a little different.
We picked a classic cult icon each that one of us loves but the one hates, in the hopes of convincing them they’re wrong. Considering we usually agree on all things geek, it was a hard task just finding two things in the first place.
In the end, we plumped for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (which Tom hates) and Donnie Darko (which Morgan hates). But… WHO. WILL. WIN?
What’s worse? Willie Scott screaming for two hours or pretentious timey-wimey nonsense?
Hear our pitches as to why the other one is wrong, and find out who came out victorious.
Tom and Morgan celebrate 50 episodes with an obligatory clip show: the very best of Two Geeks, Two Beers so far.
Yes, it’s the obligatory clip show! To celebrate reaching our 50th episode (though, our ‘official’ 50th episode is coming very soon), we wanted to take a look back at the very best of our half-century of episodes.
If you’ve been with us since the start then enjoy the very best of Two Geeks, Two Beers so far – or if you’re a new listener (welcome!), then here’s a quick(ish) intro to what the show is all about: bickering about geeky things.
Thanks to everyone who has listened to any of our shows so far, and here’s to another 50!
Why Captain Scarlet is Spectrum’s worst agent (Ep 1: Terrahawks)
Safari Joe does it again (Ep 2: Thundercats)
Scorpion King sequels (Ep 5: Freaky Film Franchises)
The God of Gamblers series (Ep 5: Freaky Film Franchises)
Kevin Bacon’s lowest ebb (Ep 7: Tremors)
Don’t feel sorry for Jamie Kennedy (Ep 7: Tremors)
Sidestep to your left, Simon (Ep 9: Knightmare)
You’re overreacting Clark (Ep 10: Lois & Clark)
Crime Traveller explained (Ep 11: Doctor Who Wannabes Part 1)
Zarof and Taffin (Ep 11: Doctor Who Wannabes Part 1)
Richard Armitage can’t recall (Ep 12: Doctor Who Wannabes Part 2)
Drinking in front of Jason (Ep 13: Halloween and Friday the 13th)
Fancying cartoons (Ep 14: Bucky O’Hare)
Alpha’s Magical Christmas (Ep 15: 12 Days of Geekmas)
Previously on… (Ep 18: X-Men)
John McClane’s that weren’t (Ep 19: Die Hard)
Ranking the Die Hards argument (Ep 19: Die Hard)
John Rhys Davies’ bitter disappointment (Ep 20: Sliders)
It’s morphin’ time! (Ep 21: Power Rangers)
50 Cent’s video games (Ep 22: Sega Mega Drive)
Most James Bond films are ropey (Ep 23: James Bond)
Smelling like Pierce Brosnan (Ep 23: James Bond)
The world’s biggest Arnold Vosloo fan (Ep 24: 24)
What are you going to about this incident? (Ep 24: 24)
Jack Frost fan wikis (Ep 25: Christmas Horror Movies)
Angry Lost questions (Ep 29: Lost)
FlashForward acting (Ep 29: Lost)
Catch the Pigeon? (Ep 30: The Mandela Effect)
Biting into your history (Ep 31: Dark Crystal and Labyrinth)
Hulk’s horrible theme tune (Ep 32: The Incredible Hulk)
Beer explosion (Ep 33: Red Dwarf)
The best ‘Flash, aaah’ (Ep 35: Flash Gordon)
Ross Kemp’s Christmas Carol (Ep 36: Ranking the Scrooges)
Bodger and Badger / Presumptious (Ep 37: 2017 – A Year in Geek)
Mind the nuke (Ep 38: Predator)
Jesse Ventura’s TV history (Ep 38: Predator)
Those boards don’t work on water! (Ep 39: Back to the Future)
Brucesploitation movies (Ep 40: Bruce Lee)
Turtles concert tour (Ep 41: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
The Lake House vs Mortal Kombat (Ep 42: Mortal Kombat)
Worst lines in movie history (Ep 42: Mortal Kombat)
Death… on the Nile (Ep 43: Ranking the Sherlocks)
Tom Hardy’s Upstairs Downstairs… (Ep 43: Ranking the Sherlocks)
Jamie Anderson’s favourite Tracy brother (Ep 44: Gerry Anderson Special)
Why Mission Impossible 2 is amazing (Ep 46: Mission Impossible)
The Air Bud franchise (Ep 47: Freaky Film Franchises 2)
The boys feel all festive by ranking the greatest screen Saint Nicks ever.
Ho, ho, ho!
For this year’s Christmas special, we’re ranking the greatest screen Saint Nicks of all time.
Our five are: Mel Smith (Father Christmas), Edmund Gwynne (Miracle on 34th Street), Richard Attenborough (Miracle on 34th Street), Tim Allen (The Santa Clause), and David Huddleston (Santa Claus: The Movie). But which order will we pick them?
Plus, plenty of other honourable mentions, and a brief history of Santa as we know him. See, it’s an educational show too!