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Episode 119

The Indoor Kids

New York Comic-Con

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The Indoor Kids #119: New York Comic-Con

This week, Kumail and Emily bring you their patent-pending Con Audio Diary (if anyone has a snappy name for that, holler) all the way from New York Comic-Con! Be with them on the floor as they run into strangers, get overstimulated, see old friends and new, and then reflect on it all from the safety of their home. With Patrick Cassels of College Humor and comedian Mike Lawrence!

GAMES:
Darksiders 2, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Mass Effect, Gears of War, Bayonetta 2, Pokemon X & Y, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate, Strider, South Park: The Stick Of Truth, Batman Arkham Origins, Lego Marvel Superheros, Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV, GTA V, Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Far Cry 4, Splosion Man, Super Mario Land 3D Land

TV SHOWS:
Law and Order: SVU, Skinemax, The Pete Holmes Show, He-Man, Care Bears, Breaking Bad, The X-Files, Venture Brothers, Will.I.Am’s Wizards and Robots, Oddities, Antiques Roadshow, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Sonic The Hedgehog, Ninja Turtles, MASH

COMICS:
Sandman, Spider-man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Steve Gerber’s Defenders, Superman, The Killing Joke, Bazooka Joe

MOVIES:
Thor, The X-Files: I Want To Believe, Star Wars, Zero Charisma, The Collector, Drive, The Hobbit, The Shining, Carrie, Robocop, Carrie 2

MUSIC:
The Sound Of Music, Dr. Dre, The Beatles, Poison, College

BOOKS:
Goosebumps, Harry Potter, Dr. Sleep, The Shining

COMEDY:
Mike Lawrence – Sadamantium

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See The Meltdown with Jonah, Kumail and Emily on the road in the following cities: Portland on 10/17, Seattle on 10/18 and New York on 11/9

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26 comments

  • Love Kumail the hype-man–can you guys do 10 minutes of podcasting right before bedtime once in a while so we can get more tired/crazy Indoor Kids? Way fun :)

  • Oh glory good y’all Kumail does an eerily accurate impersonation of that Akuma. Well done!

    Also my recommendation for a good horror movie would be to search “Tyler Perry” then hit shuffle. Oooo scary.

  • Hey guys… guess who is coming to see Kumail and Jonah for the Seattle meltdown Show? If you are looking at my thumbs you see they are pointing at me.

  • ^^^ Get a load of this guy.

    Looking forward to seeing you guys in Portland! Awesome. Cool about the Ground Kontrol thing; it’d be fun to play against Emily or Kumail at some game. Street Fighter maybe?

  • After reading a few of these comment sections, it’s apparent that the same person, or personality type, is trolling Emily. He/she must have run out of youtube clips of female comedians. Kind of strange that this isn’t obvious, but you don’t really have a relationship with someone because they respond to your comment.

  • LOL @ Heath Leather

    omg RL Stine was at NYCC!? He’s real! He was at some writing conference in San Francisco haha

    I guess Kumail is already on his way to becoming a astronaut.

    I thought Chromatics is the music for Drive? Or at least some of it.

  • @Pedak
    ……….or was he?
    *BUM BUM BUUUUUM*

    Emily V is the shit by the way, microphone holding skills bedamned.

    @Emily V. Gordon
    Seriously sweetie. You’re fucking awesome. Quick, warm, wise, smart, funny, sexy, the whole enchilada casserole. Your capacity to give a shit about people is amazing. You’re a goddam gem. Seriously.

    It’s, perhaps, that very same capacity that leaves you vulnerable to being extraspecially bothered when confronted face-to-face with human shittiness – and you happen to spend a lot of time and energy in a forum that attracts shitty people.

    The internet is an interesting social experiment in which the the antisocial asshole:rational empathetic human ratio is higher than in other areas of social gathering. (For a similar dynamic see almost any gathering of MMA enthusiasts, neo-nazis, or juggalos). The internet, much like the aforementioned forums, is a place where the social consequences for being horrible to other humans is lessened a great deal. Specifically with the internet, the following factors come into play: anonymity, the ability to communicate instantaneously, lack of personal interaction, lack of meaningful social condemnation for antisocial behavior.

    I theorize that it’s not that the internet encourages people to become assholes, but rather it’s that social pressures push people who already have challenges with empathy, manners, self-control, and other attributes necessary for successful socialization into the vacuum of the internet where those pressures are almost non-existent; they’re drawn into it like Toucan Sam to a bowl of Froot Loops [sic].

    It’s like the Dagobah cave. What’s in here? Only what you take with you.

    So it’s not that “the internet is attacking” anyone or that “the internet hates” this or that. It’s easy to think that the world hates you based on anecdotal evidence and isolated incidents. And it’s even easier to clear that first hurdle of intellectually understanding these things and yet still be tripped up by them on an emotional level. But they’re the truth, or as near to it as I can come at this time. You just happen to be boogie boarding in a particular part of the ocean whose salinity and temperature are ideal conditions for great whites and hammerheads. You didn’t attract them, they were there already.

    Then again, in your position I imagine I’d feel exactly the same way.

    Fuck everything, I guess. :D