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Evil Geeks Disassembled: Grrrr Argh! Ep 3 – All Things Xander with Nicholas Brendan

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Its been WAAAAAYYY too long, Evil Geek Buffy-heads, but we promise it was worth the wait! Today C-Mart and Undies of Wondy are sitting down with one of the original members of the Scooby gang, Nicholas Brendan aka Sunnydale’s own Xander Harris!!! We talk all things Buffy, what it’s like to be part of a cultural phenomenon and get some behind the scenes scoops on our favorite teen vamp drama!

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Evil Geeks Disassembled: Grrrr Argh! – Ep 2: Gateway to Whedon with Christa Yelich Koth

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Hey Evil Geek Scoobies, it’s time for episode 2 of our audio shrine to Joss Whedon, Grrrr Argh! Today Undies of Wondy and C-Mart are joined by author and Buffy fan Christa Yelich Koth as they all talk about how they first got hooked on Buffy. We discuss some of our favorite episodes and establish our Whedon-verse credentials in this Gateway to Whedon!

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Evil Geeks Disassembled: Grrrr Argh! – Ep 1: Learning from the Master with Mark Metcalf

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Welcome to the very first episode of EvilGeeks.com’s newest podcast: Grrrr Argh! where we talk all things Whedon (but mostly Buffy)! We set the bar high as far as guests in this premiere episode, as The Master himself, Mark Metcalf, joins Undies of Wondy and C-Mart to talk his time terrorizing Sunnydale, as well as his role in the comedy classic, Animal House and his character The Maestro on Seinfeld!

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Ep 167 – Frank Mula Returns to Talk Fallstreak

 


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Hey there, Evil Geeks! This week Frank Mula, creator of The Devil You Know, returns to the Evil Lair to talk his new comic, Fallstreak! We talk the new book, plus a whole load of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and much more on this episode.

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TV From The Crypts: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 3

You all know I had a bit of a rant recently about how kick ass Buffy is. Re-watching season 3 has only led me to stand by my previously asserted beliefs more strongly. I had forgotten how fun this show was and am so glad that I am reliving this isolated part of my teenage years so as to bring you my reviews of one of Whedon’s masterpieces. Spoilers to follow nerds!

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Let Me Put My Suggestions In You: We Need More Buffy The Vampire Slayers

Warning folks, Lilith is back today with a rant-filled post for you, something I have been thinking about a lot lately. There has been an upswing in posts about feminism out there, and you all know that I am a fan of a strong female character. So rewatching Buffy The Vampire Slayer for TV From The Crypts has led me to an epic conclusion: we need more Buffys. Buffy Summers is one of the most ass-kicking, strong female characters out there that shames many of our present girly lead roles. Continue on for all my personal beliefs as to why I wish there were more Buffy The Vampire Slayers out there.

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