Peak Geek

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The boys are replaced this week with their hardened criminal-sonas and plot the perfect heist for stealing 1 Million Dollars with nothing but their own genius. Ash is the getaway driver that cant drive, Jez needs to stop pissing off mob bosses, Liam is worried about the conversion rates, and Alex is definitely the worst criminal in the world.
This week the boys put on their uniforms and go to war, then realise they're a bunch of nancy podcasters and record an episode about war instead. Opening a portal between dimensions and immediately causing incidents on a military scale. Now they have to settle these disputes the only way they know how, with a podcast debate. Liam is determined to prove that Space Wizards beat Galactic Diplomats, Jez keeps bringing up a Pokemon genocide, Ash is starting to notice some copyright issues, and Alex has forgotten what a Tie Fighter is.
In which the lads slam, flip, and flex as they try and decide how they'd fit into the incredibly masculine world of professional wrestling. In an episode rife with bad ideas and even more sacrilege than normal the Peak Geek boys have no-jokes-barred for their most American episode yet. Liam is their supposed 'expert' today, Alex chooses the path less travelled (and more naked), Ash's multiple personalities are getting each other into trouble, and Jez is just having the most fun.
The boys accidently wander into Narnia, kill Mr Tumnus on sight, and begin the surprisingly quick process of running a Kingdom into the ground. The topic this week is what kind of rulers the podcast boys would make. Needless to say it's not good. Jez gets things off to a bad start with his poorly thought out "Triple King" System, Alex keeps using the Jesus Lion to get out of trouble, and Steven realises very quickly that a Glock will solve most of their problems.
This week the lads don't get their letters to Hogwarts, order themselves a magic Uber, and show up anyway. While Dumbledore is throwing them in the dungeon they decide to record a podcast asking "What Would They Teach At Magic University?". Jez thinks magic is better than Nintendo, Liam was visited by Lockheart and wishes he didn't remember it, Alex brings up his collection of vintage pornography, and Ash is sick of Hermione being such a friggin nerd.
Disaster strikes this week, Jez is missing, the boys are led on a wild chase into the middle of nowhere. There, in the midst of rural England, they discover the peculiar "Podcast Factory" he left behind. Now, with only their special skills; Bigness, Hearing, Sexual Deviancy, and Animal Handling. They set out to save Jez from himself.    You, the audience, get to join the four of them on their unexpected adventure as they battle their way through adversity in order to rescue their beloved Podcast Host. 
The boys just got back from dive bombing Womp Rats back on Tatooine and decide to swap out their old Power Converters and record a podcast about Star Wars. Jez keeps insisting this is the 'happy positive podcast' about Star Wars, Liam knows too much about Legends, Steven (incorrectly) thinks he's the hero, and Ash is just an angry droid with no friends.
This week podcast is having DEJA VU, and they've been in this place before. Higher on the podcast charts, and they know it's their time to goooo. The Anime of your life part TWO. Jez has seen anime that would mentally cripple a lesser man, Steven is using his gross physique as a weapon in magic football, and Ash has been spouting anime Villain clichés all episode.
The boys strap up their mech suits, pull their transformation poses, and then quietly sit down to record a podcast about anime. This week they discuss what their anime lives would be like. Jez is worried about being a British stereotype, Alex wants to see the T.O.W.I.E anime, and Liam is just the same as normal, but BIG.
The boys are BACK! After slinging their stockings in the fire and destroying their trees in a 'controlled' explosion they gather around the yuletide wreckage and ask themselves: "Is Santa the One Who Should be On the Naughty List?". Steven breaks the rules and attempts to usurp Jez's Intro, Jez is too busy trying to join the Yule Lads, Ash seems to think most murders are justifiable, and Liam just wants to talk about Santa's brutal bathroom trips.
Fresh off a marathon of 80s kids films, the boys successfully force the Government Agency that's tracking their confessions to open up a whole new filing cabinet. This week, they ask the incriminating question: How Hard Is it to Kill A Kid? Liam doesn't trust his own hypothetical children, Jez has pointless opinions about a series of children's books, Alex puts in waaay too much effort faking a marriage, and Ash is... very candid about how easy it would be to ACTUALLY kid a child.
This week the lads are pimpled, skinny, and awkward... what do you mean they're like that all the time? The topic is High-School and the boys have traumatic memories, both for them and for their teachers. Jez was the kind of student that causes early retirements, Alex is pitching Disney Channel classics, Liam is taught about the porn parodies of things he loves, and Ash tells us about his long suffering nickname: "Ash".
The boys put on their space suits, see lights in the sky, and do their best to avoid getting probed as they discuss Aliens. Steven is a slut in spirit but not in body, Jez doesn't know if he can get consent from the Rancor, Alex wants some extra appendages, Ash believes the anus is the hallmark of life, and Liam needs to learn more about the table of elements.
In which the boys crash land on a barren planet and discover it was earth all along, uncover the statue of liberty, and sit in the ashes of civilization asking each other: what animal would do best in a planet of the apes type situation? Alex wants to smoke weed with Pandas, Jez cares more about winning than being funny, Ash exposes Jez’s Komodo Dragon Fake News, and Steven admits to being an octopus... or F***ing one. One of the two.
In which the lads enter the podcast looking to rise to herodom, but ultimately fail because of who they are as people. Leading to a massive digression about Magic Mike that might just get them on Sylvester Stallone's s*** list. Jez is the Super Hero equivalent of a teenager on Xbox Live, Steven won't stop talking about Mathew Mahogany, and Alex has questions about the rules of No Nut November.
The lads decide it's time to up the stakes and turn their favourite sports up to eleven. Taking to the field with suggestions on how to bring sports to their perfect form. Ash is so extreme he doesn't show up until half way through, Alex keeps pitching jousting no matter how irrelevant it is, Liam is fascinated by Korfball, and Jez just wants to fix Cricket.
In which the frogs are gay, the moon isn't real, and the lads can't separate the facts from the fiction. Discussing the enigmatic world of conspiracy theories. Alex wants to hang out in the amphibious gay bars, Ash just wants to congratulate Alex for being part of the team, and Jez gets... 'creative' when discussing religion. 
Jez, straight off of some kind of dangerous and unhealthy drug trip, traps the rest of the lads in the podcast for not the first time. Dragging them through the psychedelia world of the Disney Cartoon 'House of Mouse'. Jez is starting to sound like he's losing his mind, Ash is determined to uncover the Mortimer Mouse conspiracy, Liam hate's evil landlords, and Alex is excited to learn more about the movie Dinosaur.
The boys put on their security blankets, close the curtains, and ask each other 'what are you afraid of?' Ash has a friend with an aquatic animosity, Liam is a basic b**** and afraid of spiders, Alex has apparently never heard of a millipede, and Jez wants into the Octagon with the worlds most combat ready primate.
In which the boys change the rules for making an episode, rag on Hawkeye, and try to figure out just why people need Superheroes. Jez is a Homelander Simp who thinks normal people should just shut up, Steven is the champion of anyone who can't leap tall buildings with a single bound (and straight up delirious), and Ash refuses to just side with whoever is loudest as is tradition. 
In which the lads regress back to those whimsical lads from the late 90s and talk about all the video games they played growing up. In a record 5 man podcast; Jez makes numbers go up, Liam is just plain wrong about FF15, Ash loves crystals, Steven has games so he doesn't need friends, and Alex is just 'Doin everything he can, pretending he's a super-man'. *Guitar Rif*
In which in the lads become salty dogs on the high seas and talk about Pirates. Jez is being ganged up on, Steven wants to live his best Bisexual life, and Alex is still the research slave. 
In which the boys discuss wizards, books, and the difference between when it's hard and when it's soft. Alex is the official wise wizard of the podcast, Liam's Fantasies involve Henry Cavill, and Ash clearly just wants to escape the podcast and go read Solo Leveling again.
In which the boys discuss the Occult to the best of their abilities but... I'll be honest... mostly just make jokes about a wizard that does unspeakable things. Jez is trying to keep things culturally sensitive, Alex has been the one doing all the research (again), Ash knows a guy in a cult? And Liam is stereotyping vikings. 
In which the lads discuss unsolved mysteries. The boys delve almost surface deep into some of the unsolved mysteries that have entered their radar, and discover that none of them have a future as a detective. Jez isn't sure if he's heard of anything until he has, Ash has all the answers, Alex is bad at research, and Liam enjoys being (narrative) edged.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Peak Geek
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jun 9th, 2020
Latest Episode
Mar 3rd, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
38
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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