It was a hot summers eve in Ohio… Sorry, it was just another edition of Burning River Radio live from Scorchers in Medina. On the Program tonight, Spug talks about being caught, TK gets “Shut Out” and alot more madness erupts as the show ends abruptly. So check out the latest edition of Burning River Radio live from Scorchers in Medina.
So we moved to 10:30pm EST on Thursday nights, and for our first show at the new time… I showed up late, and Spug showed up drunk. What came out was essentially an update show on previous topics, Dissidia Final Fantasy, Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe, Marvel’s newest movies, and some Red vs Blue ranting. Then we got to the topic of Omega’s dislike of repetitive game design… followed by him admitting to the 40 Megaman games he’s played… that’s not a bone you give to Spug when he’s had one (several) too many.
If you missed this week’s edition of Burning River Radio, you missed one of the most disturbing episodes of the program. Besides talking about the usual Cleveland Sports, Spug & TK shared a bunch of personal stories, including one from Spug that left many people speechless. So check out this most unusual editions of Burning River Radio which aired live from Scorchers in Medina.
Another week, another bet is made on Burning River Radio between the Spug Guy and TK. What are the details, well tune in to find out who will get humiliated next week live on the show after the Cubs-Dodgers Series is over. Also on the show, the duo talks about the Cleveland Indians season and the hope for the future, along with the latest in Browns & Buckeyes Talk. Check out the latest edition of Burning River Radio that took place live from Scorchers in Medina.
Live from Scorchers in Medina, Burning River Radio took to the airwaves to break down the upcoming Ohio State Buckeyes-Minnesota Golden Gophers game on Saturday Night. Hosts Spug & TK along with Minnesota Sports Weekly’s Tony O previewed the game and gave their predictions for the upcoming match up. Also on the program, Spug paid up on his bet from a few weeks ago where he had to denounce Triple H and also sing the USC Fight Song. Listen to all of the excitement of this weeks edition of Burning River Radio.
A long time ago, in a podcast far, far away…. It had to happen, a geek podcast isn’t allowed to go 6 months without doing a Star Wars episode. But then again, it’s OTL, when do we ever stay on topic? Spug and Omega rage on the state of Star Wars today, from the Clone Wars cartoon to the newest game, The Force Unleashed, the prequel trilogy, as well as everyone’s favorite parody, Spaceballs! May the Force be… marketable!
So similar to the Top Heroes, Villains, and Vixens countdown, we came across one for video game characters… and the results, honestly, were laughable. So once again it’s time to let the great debate begin as Spug and Omega go to war with their own top 20 lists. Listen in as Omega fights off the Nyquil-induced rambling and Spug talks about fuzzy little man peaches.
Well, we had such a big demand for Reboot during the 90s episode, we put it off… until now anyway. Spug and Omega cover everything to do with CGI cartoons, both on TV and movie, including Reboot, Beast Wars, Toy Story, right down to the bomb that was Final Fantasy: Spirits Within. And naturally, here on Otaku Talk Live, listen as we enjoy a few (many) slight (huge) derailments…
On this week’s episode of Burning River Radio, Spug & Cerny kept everyone up to date with all of the latest scores and updates from week one in the National Football League. Along with NFL Talk, Spug & Cerny recapped Ohio State’s Victory against Ohio from Saturday. All of that, plus talk about whether Cliff Lee should be Cy Young in 08? Check it all out in this week’s episode of Burning River Radio.
Due to equal time laws here at OTL, Omega’s toy discussion is countered this week by Spug’s own hobby, Warhammer, but he covers a range of miniature army games, from picking the right one, how to select the army that’s right for you, the mistakes new players make, and how to paint your army, which our host is in the midst of mental breakdown over his own painting.