Did you miss us? Too bad. We’re back either way.
After an extended absence during which I got married, we have returned to fulfill our #commitment to podcasting excellence. Join us as I give thanks that the wedding is behind me, we “recap” this year’s winter Olympics, and chat about Bible movies.
Also, I mis-remembered. Swanky Kong first appeared in Donkey Kong Country 2, but I had DKC3 growing up and that’s the game I remembered him from. Gotta get the important facts straight.
We welcome 2018 with a whimper and a bang!
We talk about my other podcast which Eric isn’t actually jealous of. We recount what we’re looking forward to in 2018. Contrary to what the internet says, it won’t all be bad. And finally we have a spoiler-filled discussion of Star Wars: The Last Jedi because that had to happen. Sorry.
I seem to have settled on theme music I like… after a solid year of random weird stuff I found on a public domain music site. As much as I like finding something new and different each episode, I also like the idea of having a regular “theme.” The name of the song I’m using is “Do the Jelly Donut” which is also amazing. What do you think? Leave us some feedback if you care!
It’s our 1st anniversary! We made it a whole year. After we get done congratulating ourselves about that, we try another canned coffee beverage on the second installment of our Coffee Drank segment, Matt explains how his views on the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Disney Star Wars have changed (don’t fail us, Last Jedi!), and we talk movies trailers new and old.
It’s a packed show. “It’s a podcast for those who do.”
After a bit of a delay, The Workshop Podcast returns with a festive holiday episode full of cheer! We talk fall and Thanksgiving foods both strange and familiar and then launch into an extended discussion about community: what does it mean and how can we achieve it better?
COFFEE! DO YOU LIKE COFFEE? WE LIKE COFFEE. We talk *a lot* about coffee in this episode. We also premiere a new segment which may or may not become semi-regular called “Coffee Drank” in which we review various bottled and canned coffee substances that are probably not that good to begin with.