Podcast: The Indoor Kids w/ Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. Episode 79. w/ Aisha Tyler. Download Link: Here. ITunes: Here. Official Site: Here

Today Kumail and Emily welcome back to the show one of our favorite guests, the fast-talking, fast-thinking genius that is Aisha Tyler. We discuss the perils of fame, Aisha’s E3 experience, games she’s playing, and some of our favorite mental disorders.

Podcast: The Indoor Kids w/ Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. Episode 68. w/ Guy Branum. Download Link: Here. ITunes: Here. Official Site: Here

One of our favorite guests, former X-Play head writer Guy Branum, returns to discuss relationships, election simulation games, nerd TV programming, how games have evolved over time, and much more. Come on in!


Podcast: The Indoor Kids w/ Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. Episode 47. w/ Guy Branum. Download Link: Here. ITunes: Here. Official Site: Here

This week, Guy Branum joins us! He was one of the original employees of TechTV and the former head writer of X-Play, and he and the Kids talk about how video game entertainment has changed, his place in it, and whether or not the online gaming world needs Moms. Plus also we discuss nerds and being a minority. Pretty heavy stuff, guys.

Podcast: The Indoor Kids w/ Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. Episode 7. w/ Moshe Kasher and Brent Weinbach. Download Link: Here. ITunes: Here

The special 16 bit music episode features comedians Brent Weinbach and Moshe Kasher playing their favorite music from SNES games and trying to figure out what the secret of Mana actually is.

Podcast: The Indoor Kids w/ Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. Episode 24. “The Death of Arcades” w/ Al Madrigal. Download Link: Here

Al Madrigal (Free Agents, The Daily Show) drops in to take us back to the days when cigarette burns adorned Street Fighter 2 cabinets & the possibility of an actual street fight was all too real. Yep: we talk about video game arcades. How they were scary, how they were awesome, and how barely any of them exist anymore. Al and Kumail also describe some of their favorite stand-up heckling moments.

[Al Madrigal, San Francisco Native, dishes on the former hotbeds of quarter-circle-forward activities and shares his on-road gaming regiment as a father]