Michael Scott once described his greatest weaknesses as being he works too hard, cares too much, and sometimes he can be a bit too invested in his job. It’s a clever thing to say when on a job interview, despite the fact that you aren’t an actual consideration for the position and one of the rare times where Michael says something and it actually works … Continue reading A New Kindle & The Pursuit of Book Covers
It’s finally happening. After a global pandemic and some further delays due to, checks notes, a global pandemic, it appears that Black Widow finally has a release date set in stone. Disney is Michael Scott running out of his office in a panic yelling, “it’s happening” much to the relief of the fandom. With the releases of WandaVision and now Falcon and the Winter Soldier, … Continue reading Black Widow- Coming To A Theater and Your Home?
I survived The Red Wedding… twice. I had to read it and then I had to watch it which was all types of worse. There is zero doubt in my mind that George RR Martin made Rob’s wife pregnant in the show so The Red Wedding fully crushed one’s soul. Mission accomplished you bastard! I survived Atrax drowning in the Swamp of Sadness, although I … Continue reading Falcon and the Winter Soldier- Is Marvel About To Kill [REDACTED]
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
It’s easy to take a show like The Office literally. This is supposed to be a documentary of the lives of the employees of a struggling paper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The entire purpose of the show is to make it feel like it’s not a television show but rather a bird’s eye view to the lives of these people. We’re not supposed to think … Continue reading The Office- Have You Noticed Jim’s Sleeves & Other Fun Facts
Geeklings, welcome to the dramatic return of the Week In Geek. I know as of late that this column has kind of been shelved in order to give you some more editorial like things to read but I think we’ve hit the point of social distancing when everyone is starting to get a tad bit stir crazy. Who can blame you either? It’s been two weeks … Continue reading Week In Geek- Community to Netflix, Onward to Disney+, & Wrestlemania
Did you miss us?! That’s right, the I Am Geek Podcast has returned just in time to help maintain the threads of sanity that you’re barely holding on to. Join your hosts Kevin Carey, Jennifer Fallo, and Paul Fallo as they discuss life in quarantine, the necessity of watching the Tiger King series, Jake Gyllenhaal vs Ryan Gosling, and so much more. It’s been some time since you’ve … Continue reading I Am Geek Podcast- Quarantine, Tiger Kings, & Joe Chaplin… Oh My!
Happy Birthday to you/Happy Birthday to you/Happy BirthdAAAAaaaaaay The Office/Happy Birthday to YooouUUUUUUUuuuu I hope you heard the end of that in Michael Scott’s falsetto that he uses when he sings Happy Birthday to everyone. You can see an example of said falsetto when Michael makes his dramatic return to the office in “Survivor Man” to sing the concluding notes to Creed as he gets … Continue reading The Office Turns Fifteen- Here Are 15 Episodes To Watch To Celebrate
The Office is leaving Netflix. I repeat… The Office is leaving Netflix. In 2021. You can breathe a little easy, but it’s never too early to start prepping yourselves. Two years isn’t that long of a time when you think about it. Or it’s a lifetime if you’re considering how long the wait for Stranger Things and/or Game of Thrones has been. NBC will be starting its … Continue reading The Office Is Leaving Netflix and It’s A Really Big Deal
They say that every time a Targaryen is born the gods flip a coin and the realm holds its breath. After eight seasons Daenerys Targaryen, the Mother of Dragons, the Unburnt, the Breaker of Chains, and the Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea finally saw her coin land… and the gods chose madness. What followed was everything that Jamie Lannister prevented when he killed the … Continue reading Game of Thrones “The Last War” Review- Let It Be Fear