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Nick Arganbright sits down with some of his friends in the local Columbus Ohio theater, film and improv scene and talk a bunch of geeky stuff. Some good, some bad but all of it definitely geeky. Contains explicit content, parental discretion is advised. Updates vary from weekly to bi-weekly.

Jan 19, 2009

As announced last week officially, and if you follow our twitter, which Nitro and Jimmy updated constantly (and occasionally fight on, causing you to think whoever typing is a schitzo) well, you know that we've been advertising that our interview this week, our first real interview is with Marc Guggenheim.  If you're not familar with Marc, well you should be.  He has written episodes of The Practice, he has produced Brothers & Sisters, CSI: Miami, and has written Call of Duty 3 and also wrote the upcoming X-Men Origins: Wolverine video game, and more importantly, at least to GBG listeners and Nitro, Jon & Jimmy themselves, he is the co-creator of ELI STONE.  Add the fact that he is writing the upcoming Green Lantern movie, (and NOT GREEN HORNET as we for some reason say) and he is writing the big story arc called Character Assassination for one of Marvel's flagship titles, The Amazing Spider-man, you have one cool cat who is obviously very geeky and is, dare we say, the bee's knees.  We ask important questions such as Eli Stone, what is really going on with the show, is it coming back or not, and we also discuss Green Lantern and hint of a Superman cameo,  did Marc dig Batman Forever, and also what exactly does the titles of producers mean on a tv show anyway?  We answer all these questions and more with one of the most down to earth and coolest guys to ever 'pop our serious-interview cherry' so to speak, all on this week's...