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Call of Duty 62: Podcast Warfare

No book today so this episode is jam-packed with topics. Literally. Like we actually talk jam conspiracies before giving our video game takes.(10:00). Place bets on which one of us is better at video games before listening, we answer it pretty clearly. Which of your childhood games was actually terrible? Tweet angrily at Dan for ruining your fondest memories. Also we are now hearing suggestions for running mates, our presidential platform is a clear winner.

Special thanks to VOLO for the intro and outro music

Video Games Mailbag

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Luke and Dan take a one-episode hiatus from books, and take a stab at discussing other media. Luke gives his thoughts on the new Fantastic Beasts movie, and Dan talks about fantasy TV shows. Worried our style won't work on anything but books? That's probably fair.

Have something you want us to talk about? Tweet us @DCitaBC

Special thanks to VOLO for the intro and outro music.

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