A wild Hedgie returns which means that Xavier is back to obscuring the Discord chat with his head and TK remains chained to the buttons. This week Hedgie has joined the new laptop club, Xavier rants about work, and TK talks about Southampton Pride, some more about Brok the InvestiGator, and then reveals the first chapter of something he’s been writing has been uploaded to SoFurry – which sparks a debate on erotica vs porn. Especially as Hedgie reveals his interest in hentai games on Steam. Jackbox games were Quiplash 3 and Blather Round, a game which the cast did not enter (yes it was filled entirely with viewers). The show ends with the resurrection of an old segment as some gaming news happened regarding Brok the InvestiGator’s creator CowCat causing Steam some embarrassment by revealing how curators are potentially scamming indie developers and selling game keys on the grey market.
Featuring: TK, Hedgie, and Xavier.
Music Played: Steve Hewitt – Dreaming Again
Done and Dusted: Xavier talks about the game Tunic.
With the Hedgie away, Xavier can sit somewhere on the sofa without getting in the way of the on-screen graphics for once. Makes a nice change. TK is once again at the buttons as Xavier is onscreen for the main camera. Hedgie, meanwhile, is at his day job. In this episode Xavier rants about his job again (or still, no one is sure), while TK laments the fact there has been rain before some NaNoWriMo talk breaks out – November is coming! The Jackbox offerings on this show was JobJob (after a technical difficulty) and Guesspionage.
Featuring: TK and Xavier.
Music Played: Jake Aldridge – Rather Be Me Visit Jake’s website at www.jakealdridge.com and look out for the single releasing on August 12th.
Done and Dusted: There was no Done and Dusted this week, but TK does plug the game Brok the InvestiGator.
The episode where TK forgot to unmute the main mics for the first seven minutes, so the cast were heard through the Discord output instead until TK remembered to press the button to make noise happen properly. Joining TK is Xavier and Hedgie as usual for another fun and filled show. Jackbox games included Fibbage 3 and The Wheel of Enormous Proportions, both with full rooms. The heatwave is moaned about after Jackbox as the garden at the studio is dead, and Done and Dusted is replaced by ranting about cooking rice, of all things.
Featuring: TK, Hedgie, and Xavier.
Music Played: Shadow Smile – Dearly Departed
Done and Dusted:
There was no Done and Dusted this week.
The usual cast returns as Xavier returns from his holidays and Hedgie has the evening off work so can join TK for hosting duties. Xavier wastes no time (and all of the time) in regaling everyone with tales of his adventures as he jets sets away to the sunny climates of Dudley. Hedgie is frustrated by work still, being overworked somewhat. The Jackbox gaming this week ends up with a double bill of Bracketeering, which does go on for a little longer than usual thanks to there being a good number of people looking to play. A classic show with a cameo from Google Assistant.
Featuring: TK, Xavier, and Hedgie
Music Played: Tricky Susan – Grab
Done and Dusted: There was no Done and Dusted this week.
So soon into the new season, TK finds himself abandoned in the studio, as Xavier vanishes away on holiday, and Hedgie is work. However, thanks to the power of the Internet, he was able to find someone to step in and help run the show. Rapido Froggy, last seen on show 1000 comes in to fill Xavier’s spot on the sofa. The show went rather well, with a nice amount of chat, and another new song for the music. A couple of games of Jackbox were also enjoyed, with Split the Room and Quiplash 3 being played. There was even some Done and Dusted for once. Then talk about the robot uprising, as you do.
Featuring: TK and Rapido Froggy
Music Played: Deadlock(UK) – Deadweight
Done and Dusted: Rapido reviews the film Everything, Everywhere, All at Once while TK reviews the leaked Popeye film animatic.
About TigerTails Radio
Starting as a simple Shoutcast Internet Radio show on July 20th 2004, TigerTails Radio has spawned into a weekly live broadcast every Monday evening from 8.30pm UK time. Spanning 1072 episodes since its humble beginnings, TigerTails Radio features music (sometimes), reviews, and chat over 1.5 hours of live radio and now with a video stream on YouTube. Join us live via Discord or the YouTube Comments for chat, and don’t forget to send in any Creative Commons music, or suggest songs that are playable worldwide under YouTube’s music license. YouTube’s archive of the show is normally uploaded shortly after each episode airs.
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