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Gentlemen Bastards

Author: Mike Schulze and Bobby Johnson

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A lawyer and an author talk tabletop, video games, history, art, and everything in between. Opening and closing themes are "Actionable" and "Jazz Piano" from
5 Episodes
Mike and Bobby explain the glorious and very real holiday "Thankstaking," and talk about the dreaded Triplelupa, the beautiful dichotomy of drug testing, XCOM 2, Starcraft, and blowing up goat people. Opening and closing themes are "Actionable" and "The Jazz Piano," from 
Mike and Bobby talk impostor syndrome, react to the Detective Pikachu trailer, and discuss the disparities between how lives are documented now versus when they were chiddrins. Opening theme is "Actionable" by, and the closing song is "The Jazz Piano" by
Mike and Bobby play a completely improvised game of D&D with about five minutes of prep time. The "farm" location was taken right out of the D&D supplement "Foul Locales: Beyond the Walls," and the town and the tavern pulled from various auto-generators online or from Bobby's own twisted brain. The opening themes are from
Mike and Bobby talk about the bank robbers and axe murderers in their family trees, the SOLO movie (no spoilers), and the decision to have kids. Opening theme is "Actionable" by, and the closing song is "Lifetime Guarantee" by the Caffeinated Superheroes.
In the very first episode, Mike and Bobby talk D&D advice, hiding kitchen spices from their parents, and tequila.
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