A podcast featuring word games, trivia, classic board games, and even a few reimagined classic game shows from years gone by. We rotate through several different games, with different hosts, from episode to episode. What they all have in common is chat, humor, and fun.


If Only We’d Ever Read a Book


Welcome back to “Inconceivable!”, the show that tests two teams’ knowledge of the nerdy, the useless, and the obscure.

This time around, our teams test their knowledge of fictional characters’ epitaphs, compound word games, and award-winning books and movies that share a common word. It’s Jean MacDonald, Scott McNulty, and Liz Myles versus James Thomson, Kathy Campbell, and Tony Sindelar.

Inconceivable! Dan Moren and Lex Friedman with Jean MacDonald, Scott McNulty, Liz Myles, James Thomson, Kathy Campbell and Tony Sindelar

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Federation Feud!

We’ve gathered two teams from the corners of the Alpha and Beta quadrants to compete in this game, where we try to guess the stupid answers Star Trek fans gave to our stupid Star Trek questions. Which team will reign supreme? The answer will surprise you.

Jason Snell with Scott McNulty, Dan Moren, David J. Loehr, Jean MacDonald, Mois├ęs Chiullan and Joe Rosensteel


I Think This One Has a Talking Helicopter


It’s time once again to play TL;DR, the game of hasty summaries and reckless connections where two teams battle against the clock, each other, and a sometimes surprising paucity of pop culture knowledge. Will anyone ever get those elusive bonus points? The answer will shock you!

Antony Johnston with Aleen Simms, Brian Hamilton, Tony Sindelar and Kelly Guimont


I Hate People and Places

Random Pursuit

We didn’t get to play Random Pursuit at the Gallifrey One convention this year, so we got the group behind last year’s wacky installment back together virtually to play again. Will Liz go for the Prosecco? Did Deb get enough cheese and crackers? Is Jason cheating at dice? Your definition of “geography” will be changed forever!

Erika Ensign with Steve Lutz, Steven Schapansky, Deborah Stanish, Liz Myles, Jason Snell and Chip Sudderth


I Solved a Question From the Future


Welcome back to “Inconceivable!”, the show that tests two teams’ knowledge of the nerdy, the useless, and the obscure.

We’ve returned to quiz our panelists on a variety of topics, including books of chronological conveyance, a panoply of people with personas, and a slew of slapped-together sci-fi and spy stories of the screen. The “J Team”—James Thomson, Jean MacDonald, and Jason Snell—match wits against the “People with E in Their Last Names Team”—Annette Wierstra, Monty Ashley, Erika Ensign.

Dan Moren and Lex Friedman with James Thomson, Jean MacDonald, Jason Snell, Annette Wierstra, Monty Ashley and Erika Ensign


Shiver Me Pleasure

Low Definition

Once more unto the breach, dear elflock, and raise the chirogymnast! Steve Lutz is back with more stupid real words and the even stupider fake definitions supplied by a bunch of confused panelists. And it’s almost baseball season, so the host is also probably drunk.

Steve Lutz with Kathy Campbell, Brian Hamilton, Kelly Guimont, Tiffany Arment and Annette Wierstra




It’s time to try out a new game show; one we only just invented, and have never played before! Antony Johnston leads the charge into the unknown as we play a game of hasty summaries and reckless connections.

Antony Johnston with Kelly Guimont, Annette Wierstra, Dan Moren and Kathy Campbell


There Are No Letters in Our Bingo

UK Triv

Perhaps it’s just his British charm? Perhaps it’s the rolled Rs? Somehow, Antony Johnston has once again convinced a group of North Americans to answer questions from a decades-old UK 20th Anniversary Edition of Trivial Pursuit, leading them into a sick world of cricket and boy bands. Who will hit it off the pitch for six? (Did we do that right?)

Antony Johnston with Erika Ensign, Steven Schapansky, Jean MacDonald, Steve Lutz and Kathy Campbell


Don’t Give Me Any Grife


Welcome back to “Inconceivable!”, the show that tests two teams’ knowledge of the nerdy, the useless, and the obscure.

After a long hiatus, we’ve assembled two teams to match wits when it comes to the first lines of well known books, decipher the origins of monstrous creatures, and identify some movies where a letter has gone missing. Quinn Rose, Scott McNulty, and Jean MacDonald face off against Brian Hamilton, Kelly Guimont, and Steve Lutz.

Dan Moren and Lex Friedman with Quinn Rose, Scott McNulty, Jean MacDonald, Brian Hamilton, Kelly Guimont and Steve Lutz


Chasing the Gingerbread Dragon

Game Night

Scheming elves, desperate reindeer, and strung-out misfit toys—what could this be? Why, it’s a very special Christmas-themed game of Fiasco! We bring disaster and misfortune straight to the North Pole for your delight and amusement.

Tony Sindelar with Brian Hamilton, Dan Moren, Kathy Campbell, Kelly Guimont, Monty Ashley and Scott McNulty


The Low Definition ‘18 Christmas Special

Low Definition

Deck the halls and pour the egg nog, it’s time for the return of a vaguely Christmas-themed episode of Low Definition, a game where players come up with inane definitions of ridiculous words. Plus there are diversions into cultural Christmas traditions, Hallmark TV movies, and unusual Christmas Carols.

Steve Lutz with Tiffany Arment, Jean MacDonald, Brian Hamilton, Allison Truj, Jason Snell and Chip Sudderth

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