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With 11.3 million viewers Live + Same Day, a total 30-day Multiplateform Audience of 23.0 million viewers for the week of 9/23 episode, and ongoing strong Live viewer numbers (the 10/14 episode added to a strong BONES audience) SLEEPY HOLLOW is looking like it might be another hit for FOX. What is it about the show that is attracting the audience? What is it about the LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW that has resonated with readers for almost 200 years? How good or bad is the history or "Sleepy Hollow-ness" of SLEEPY HOLLOW? Does that matter? We'll be joined this week by Richard Iorio II the creator of the Weird History roleplaying game COLONIAL GOTHIC to discuss these very questions. The COLONIAL GOTHIC roleplaying game touches on many of the same themes as the SLEEPY HOLLOW show, but it does so within the time period of the American War for Independence. "The truth is hidden, and plots are afoot. Events are moving behind the scenes, and lurking in the shadows are agents with their own agenda. War is coming. The Siege of Boston is lifted, and General Washington is leading the Continental Army to New York. The enemies are many, but as to who they are, you do not know. Colonial Gothic is a supernatural historical horror roleplaying game set during the dawn of the American Revolution."
Richard Iorio II Since 1996 Richard has been a freelance writer and designer and has written for Atlas Games, Guardians of Order, Hogshead Publishing, and Zeitgeist Games (just to name a few). In addition he designed two card games (Geek Wars: Battle for the Con and World Championship Dodge Ball) for Goodman Games.
Dale and Luke are live talking about what they're playing, the latest video game news, and the pros and cons of the recently discontinued original Nintendo Wii. It's episode 48 of VODKA & VIDEO GAMES, heard exclusively on the Con Artist Entertainment Network!
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John Bell hosts today's show, addressing the issue of Video Games - Are they really dangerous? Is violence in America inspired by these violent video games? Should your children be allowed to play violent video games? Hear what the Voice of Reason has to stay about video games.
In a special Tuesday night episode, we do one of our "famous" second-by-second, obsessive breakdowns of the new (and final) Catching Fire trailer. The arena! The locket! The fog! Monkey mutts! Jabberjays! We discuss it all. Obviously, we want to know what YOU think about the new trailer, so please leave a comment on our website and let all your thoughts and emotions out! We also chat briefly about the latest stills released in Us Weekly and People.
Making love, roleplaying, karma sutra….sex can be so serious sometimes! That’s why this week; we will be talking about fun and games in the bedroom!
There are different activities for you to do with your partner that you can’t help but laugh at, like body finger paints and making molds from your respective downstairs. You can be sensual with strawberries, but what if you bring in other foods….like edible underwear and sex rocks?
Honestly, you don’t even need to bring food into the bedroom with the variety of flavored lubricants we have from Wet and Crazy Girl. And we have actual games for the bedroom that are nothing like the board games you played when you were younger!
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Tune in for educationally entertaining Sex Talk The Southern Way(tm) by SexySecretsRadio!
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If you like PC gaming, 'Playing Games With Radnor' is for you! Listen in every Thursday at 7 PM PST/11 PM EST as Radnor brings you reviews on new releases, current news, recent matches, PC updates and tournament info! Call in to discuss the latest developments or share your thoughts! Live chat open during broadcast.
In Episode 125 of Fireside Chat, we compare the first film in the Hunger Games franchise with what we've seen of Catching Fire thus far. With its bigger budget, improved CGI (Weta, anyone?), and reassuring quotes/decisions from director Francis Lawrence, it seems as though we're in store for something truly grand come November 22. Some even believe that Catching Fire has the power to surpass $1 billion in worldwide ticket sales. But is bigger necessarily better? In recent weeks, many fans have been quick to praise Lawrence while being very vocally negative about Gary Ross and The Hunger Games. Is this fair? How have our own opinions of the first movie changed since March of 2012? We discuss.
(Of course, we also want to know what you think. So leave a comment on our website with your thoughts on the topic and let us know if/how your perceptions of The Hunger Games and Gary Ross have changed now that you've gotten a good taste of what to expect from Francis Lawrence.)
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