Much like Lucy back in the day, it looks like I’ve got some explaining to do. It has been over a week since I Am Geek produced new written content, still pumping out the memes on the Facebook page though, and it’s been a drag for me. The highlight of most days is coming here and writing up some new words for your eyeholes to … Continue reading Let’s Catch Up
Back in the day, which I suppose is less than a year ago at this point, when HBO Max was but a whisper, it came with the promise of Friends. Not the type to sit down and stream stuff with you, sadly there is no service for that, but the ones you watched in the height of ‘90s television. The type of Friends who would … Continue reading Friends- The One With The Reunion
We probably should have seen the writing on the wall back when we learned that The Office would be leaving Netflix at the end of 2020. There’s no way that a year that ends with The Office leaving the streaming network that gave the show a second drink life could possibly be good. And it wasn’t. Pandemic. Quarantine. Awaiting the results of murder hornets. Fires. … Continue reading The Office- How Peacock Plans To Hold The Show Hostage Until You Pay
I can’t imagine it’s easy to launch a new streaming network especially in a world that is more or less overflowing with them. If you have a particular interest, I’m pretty sure there’s a streaming network for you. Like to watch meerkats stand up and look at things? Then you’ll love Meerkats Plus! Not a real streaming service but lord how I wish it was. … Continue reading HBO Max Is Kind of A Mess, Huh?
There’s something to be said about the dramatic entrance that just gets the blood pumping. A dramatic entrance so badass that the adrenaline starts coursing through the veins making you believe that you can run through a wall… don’t try this. You can’t. A dramatic entrance so spectacular that you start to consider trying to top it the next time you’re invited out to meet … Continue reading Who Has the Best Dramatic Entrances In The MCU?
As if there weren’t enough streaming options already, HBO Max has arrived today throwing its name in the ring of streaming services you should probably subscribe too. I know at this point you probably have subscriptions to Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Shudder, Apple+, Amazon Prime, and any other obscure but slightly necessary streaming network giving you the ability to watch everything. We live in a world … Continue reading HBO Max Is Here
Geeklings, I hope everyone enjoyed their long holiday weekend. I sure as hell did. There’s something to be said about having three days off in a row with no work and a whole lot of relaxation. Granted, it would be far better if we didn’t have to live in hazmat suits and could actually spend time with friends and family, but a free workday is … Continue reading Week In Geek- Space Force Arrives, Rick and Morty Leave, and HBO Max
Often times in entertainment the things we love don’t get celebrated for their brilliance as much as we would like. It’s that classic rom-com formula. The things we love are the girl next door who are these obscure wallflowers because they wear glasses and clips in their hair and the only reason that they aren’t celebrated is that they haven’t removed their glasses or the … Continue reading This Is Finally Better Call Saul’s Time
Whether you call it social distancing, quarantine, or being an introvert the end result is the same, we’re spending a lot of time indoors away from people lately. It is a massive change of lifestyle for all of us, maybe not the introverts, and it’s making some of us a bit stir crazy. As things out in the world get more and more hectic we’re … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Books
I don’t think anyone could truly be blamed if they spent the majority of their time on social media falling deeper and deeper into a coronavirus like wormhole. Picture that part in Alice In Wonderland where Alice is falling down the hole but instead of it being dirt and mushrooms picture icky coronavirus like vibes falling past her while also sticking to her soul. Good … Continue reading Community- Six Seasons and Netflix