Wednesday, July 25, 2018

At Least We have Shared Misery

A look at the funny and controversial series RICK AND MORTY (recorded in march of 2018...yeah, we are behind)

Thursday, May 10, 2018



This episode is about My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. 

Special Guest Star Karine Charlebois, animator for My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic.

Thursday, February 22, 2018


While Roy is away in Colorado, Rick and the ladies discuss the filmography of one of the most talented film makers out there: Edgar Wright. Then, prepare thyselves for one of the oh my goodness next topic reveals ever. 

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Monday, January 1, 2018

USG Looks Back At 2017

The gang at USG, minus a very sick Sandra, look back at what we loved about 2017 and prepare for what 2018 brings us!

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

United States of Geekdom 2.0 Episode 3: Taking it on the Butt Chin

What's that? Want to hear an episode in which Rick, Roy, Heather, and Sandra are joined by Andrew Farmer from Hey Kids. Comics? An episode in which Andrew winds up slow clapping at Heather for taking the conversation places where No One Has Gone Before? An episode in which Tuvok is brought up every single chance Farmer gets? An episode where Heather gets fired up and bad things happen? Oh, and we manage to talk about Star Trek in the process.  All this and more in this new episode of the United States of Geekdom!

Wednesday, September 27, 2017


Hey Spankerbots! We are back with an all new episode of this this we cast call pod! Ready for the deets on this geeked out gabfest? Sweet.

In this one, we hear both Rick and Heather totally like geek out on this little game called "Final Fantasy". I never heard of it, have you? Thought so. Well, apparently it is 20 years old this year and I guess that is a big deal? I mean, it's only a ground breaking video game and stuff. It's not, like, say "E.T." on Atari 2600. Now THAT is the shiznitz! 

Then Roy and Sandra grab the mic and say "Enough with this Final Fantasy part 700" part: WE ARE HERE TO SCARE THE PEE OUT OF YO' KIDS WITH THIS KILLER CLOWN! They discuss how "It" may be one of the best horror films ever made, because you know it is and if you did not like well then fine do not like it, it's cool and all. Just know we wanna have Pennywise' hate babies. As soon as The Babadook lets him go.

Oh, we also discuss who besides Amy Adams should be cast as the adults, and also discuss why running over kids today in a movie may or may not be ok if they remake "Pet Semetery"

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Friday, September 22, 2017

Julie Newmar Hand Warmer and Flirtin' Corey

Back in the year 2000, when I was still a young homo, I went to Wondercon in its' home at the time of Oakland, CA. This was when it was still a considerable smaller convention than what it is today. It would also become one of the gayest moments in my personal life.

I met a number of celebrities that day, from the guy who played Radar from M.A.S.H. to Corey Haim. Interesting bit about him: he flirted with me. Like genuinely flirted with me. I honestly was taken a bit aback by this because I did not think he was interested in guys. Specifically bearish guys. Nothing more came from the flirtation, but when shaking his hand he didn't just shake it he held it like if it was my dick he would have sucked it.

That was not the only gay thing that happened to my hand that day, either.

I had the pleasure of meeting iconic Batman actress and LGBT icon Julie Newmar. There she was, all glamour and glitz, talking about how cold it was. Like old people do. I went to go shake her hand when she suddenly seized it. She enjoyed the warmth of my hand so much she refused to let go.

What happened next, I still cannot believe happened, but it did.

She then invited me to sit with her as long as she kept hold of my hand to keep her warm. In between signing autographs (where she NEVER LET GO OF MY HAND), she used me for warmth. For a good 30 mins or so until she felt warm enough, like some lizard woman. I got to talk with her about the Batman TV show, Adam West, and also the film To Wong Foo.

My hand was used by both Julie Newmar and Corey Haim that day. Quite a day.