The Gentlemen Radio Episode 24: Lucas Has Altered Disney, Pray That He Does Not Alter It Further

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Last week George Lucas made an announcement that caused an explosion in the Nerdsphere the likes of which we have never seen. In this episode, the Gentlemen discuss the ins and outs of the sale of LucasArts to Disney and the announcement of Star Wars Episode 7 for 2015. Special Guest-turned-honorary-Gentlemen Patrick (Prime) Griffin joins the regular cast to head into the asteroid field to tangle with Mickey Mouse shaped TIE Fighters. The Gentlemen leave no stone unturned and speculate on the possibilities, both good and bad, of what this sale means for the franchise as well as the future of nerd culture. The Gentlemen also rolled out a new feature where they watch a movie on mute during the show that the audience can watch along with them on Netflix. This time the film is Pleasures of the Damned and it is a doozey. This month the Gentlemen will be listing the things they are thankful for in lieu of recommendations in honor of Thanksgiving. All this and Gentleman Jeff’s mouthy blood pump! 

The Gentlemen are Thankful for:

Patrick (616):

Jeff surviving his gallbladder surgery

Charles:

Josh’s idea to put weird movies on while we try and record on serious topics

Pleasures of the Damned

Jeff:

That he survived his gall bladder surgery

Josh:

Patrick Prime:

 

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About J Patrick Ohlde, Reviews Editor

Patrick is the author of Scare-Izona: A Travel Guide to Arizona's Spookiest Spots, Tucson's Most Haunted, Finding Ghosts in Phoenix and another book releasing this year. He also does not care for the Oxford Comma. Patrick holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona which he uses professionally as a recovery coordinator on a crisis response team. In addition to writing books, Patrick is an avid gamer, artist, musician, actor, martial artist, screenwriter and film buff. He also enjoys writing long winded and self-congratulatory bios of himself. Seriously, look him up on Amazon. That one is even longer than this one.

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