The Geeks’ Watch

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The Geeks’ Watch 196: Utopia S1xE7&8

“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the tv. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.” The Watchers change up the show today, John, Jess, Mitch, Stephen and Elizabeth talk about the differences of “High Fantasy” Fiction and Science Fiction as directed by our Patreon. If you too would like to have the power to decide what the Geek Elite Podcasts talk about sign up at pateon.com/geekelitemedia. But then the conclude their journey into the new Amazon Prime Video series ‘Utopia’. They review and discuss the episodes 7 and 8 of the first season.

The Geeks’ Watch 195: Utopia S1xE5&6

“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the tv. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.” John, Jess, Mitch, Stephen and Elizabeth talk about their week’s watch, then continue the journey of talking about the new Amazon Prime Video series Utopia. They review and discuss the episodes 5 and 6 of the first season.

The Geeks’ Watch 194: Utopia S1xE3&4

“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the tv. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.” John, Jess, Mitch, Stephen and Elizabeth talk about their week’s watch, then continue the journey of talking about the new Amazon Prime Video series Utopia. They review and discuss the episodes 3 and 4 of the first season.

The Geeks’ Watch 193: Utopia S1xE1&2

“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the TV. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.” John, Jess, Mitch, Stephen and Elizabeth talk about their week’s watch, then begin the journey of talking about the new Amazon Prime Video series Utopia. The review and discuss the first two episodes of the season.
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