If you’re anything like me, then you spent the majority of your weekend entranced by the concept that peanut butter whiskey is oddly delicious while the “It Was Agatha All Along” theme from WandaVision embedded itself in your brain like the proper earworm it is. The song is basically the theme from The Munsters but that doesn’t take away any of its charm, especially when … Continue reading WandaVision- Who Really Is Pietro?
First off, I’m fully aware that making a Best of 2020 list sounds like an oxymoron. It’s like trying to figure out what was your favorite bone you broke after you tumbled down that hill or choosing which childhood memory was the most traumatic. For me it would concern a tick… and that’s all I’m going to say about that. But here’s the thing, while … Continue reading I Am Geek Best of 2020- Honorable Mentions
Well, well, well… look who decided to come back and write some new content. I knoooow it’s been kind of a minute. I think in the last two weeks I’ve written maybe five new columns and re-used two or three because they fit the theme of the day. Looking at that on paper it doesn’t sound so bad but I also expect more from myself. … Continue reading Where’s the New Content?!
Geeklings, let me tell you about the wonderful Emmy nomination experience I had today. This week I’m working in the office, back at home next for those keeping track, and my partner just so happens to be on vacation. Which means I have the entire floor to myself. Oh, random dance party alert? You know it! Um, is it time to rock out listening to … Continue reading 2020 Emmy Nomination Reactions- The Surprisingly Good But With MASSIVE Snubs
Everyone stop what you’re doing! Just stop. Don’t take that sip of water. Ignore the dog barking in the other room. Don’t go to the bathroom just yet. Don’t flip those burgers… maybe you should do that. I don’t want you to overcook dinner that’s not cool. Otherwise, stop what you’re doing. I want all your focus here on this column. The only thing you … Continue reading The Perfect Role For Giancarlo Esposito In the MCU
Rick and Morty are no strangers to pop culture easter eggs. This is a show that has thrived on throwing little details in the background of episodes for fans to harvest and ponder what the deeper meaning is. If there’s one at all. Sometimes I believe that Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon, and the rest of the Rick and Morty crew throw things into the background just to mess … Continue reading What Famous Pop Culture Location Just Showed Up In Rick and Morty?
There’s something about reality television that draws the eye. Perhaps it’s the trainwreck quality of the people living within this bubble universe. There’s no way people in the world really exist like this?! There’s no way the Kardashian sisters would really wipe their lady bits with a towel and have each other smell them to see who has the best smelling lady bits, right? That’s … Continue reading I Watched Five Hours of Love Is Blind… & Would Watch Five More
Geeklings, the holidays are over and we can finally start to get back on track here at I Am Geek. It’s a brand new year with brand new goals and a whole lot of ass to be kicked. We’ve got some big plans for the site moving forward and I’m excited to share them with you as we move ahead with them. The goal has … Continue reading Week In Geek- 1917 Arrives, Stephen King On HBO, & New Mutants
A month ago a large majority of us lost our mind when Sony announced that Spider-Man would be leaving the MCU. It was the type of betrayal that was on par with Zack Morris dating Lisa Turtle. Not only was that a shitty thing to do to Screech but what about your audience? Presenting us with a relationship that would so obviously work so late … Continue reading Could Spider-Man End Up Back In the MCU?
Geeklings, I was having one of those great lazy days yesterday. I had taken myself a three day weekend, worked out (which admittedly is not that lazy), continued my Stranger Things re-watch (only two episodes left!), hung out poolside with my family, and was really just enjoying the nothing of it all. Not that these things didn’t matter, they mattered a great deal towards strong mental health, … Continue reading … and A Movie?