The Tribbles gather to preview the Fall Season of TV, movies and more with convo on Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, DC Comics' CW lineup, The Predator and more including...GRITTY!
Join Nick and Ramon as they welcome The Ghouls Next Door - Gabe and Kat - to explore why we all love horror movies and being afraid.
Author and Cosplayer TaLYNN KEL relates her difficulties being accepted by peers in the geek-o-sphere and her determination to face every obstacle with confidence and a fiery red afro-wig! Then the Tribbles announce a change in their world that illustrates how personal their #misogyNO campaign has been.
The Tribbles gather to give their take on the Serena Williams - U.S. Open incident and what it says about the world's impression on the tennis great and women at large; then Kennedy and Ariell lead the guys through the rough terrains of catcalls and literal 'street-quacking'
We live in a world in which the concept of privacy is slowly being pulled away from us. Be it through the personal or public policing of our social media, the inability to speak freely with out fear of reprimand, or the unwanted information gathered about our own bodies through employment policy. But do we have a right to complain when often times we willfully hand it away for a job or are caught vomiting our thoughts on to the web? All this and more on this weeks episode.
The Tribbles welcome Black Girls Code's KIMBERLY BRYANT and professional organizer/cosplayer/GreekGeek CHAUNA LAWSON to the ongoing conversation about sexism and chauvinism in geek spaces such as the tech world and convention floors.