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Whoops. Did you know that today is not, in fact, Tuesday? It is Wednesday? And yesterday was Tuesday? That's apparently news to me, since that's what I'd been operating under so far. Just one of those weeks, I suppose. Too much turkey over the weekend, I guess. Anyway, since it's... uh, past Tuesday, let's make this week go by even just a bit more quickly with some gaming podcasts. This week on the dial we have:

D6 Generation Pip Episode 94: D&D Live Session 38: Horn Origins

In which the bard asks: “Those horns on your head, are they from anyone I know?”

D6 Generation Pip Episode 95: Hollywood's Holiday Game Tips

Raef shares his tips for gaming over the holidays

The Secret Cabal Episode 244: It's a Wonderful World and Designer Bodies of Work

Today the Founders talk about a bunch of games they've been playing, Don and Jamie jump into a feature review of It's a Wonderful World from designer Frédéric Guérard, Tony T wows the crowd with the greatest tabletop gaming news segment in the known universe and finally, the gang takes a look at 5 game designers including Ryan Laukat, Uwe Rosenberg, Corey Konieczka, Martin Wallace and Stefan Feld and discusses their body of work.

Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 245: Imperial Steam, Brian Boru, What Next, Pocket Paragons

Just as the year is winding down, you would think games we get to play might not be as meaty or just some quick fillers to pull out at parties. But no, we put two incredible, 25 lb turkeys on the table these past two weeks. Wait, I don’t mean turkeys as in a bad way, just that these were some games to get your teeth in. Imperial Steam from Capstone is going to take many plays before we get to the bones of the game. There is so much stuffing in this bird, we have plenty of leftovers.

Brian Boru: High King os Scotland is going to win a Squirrely. Calling it now. This was the Turducken at Thanksgiving. Each layer provided a different taste of strategy. Amazing game for us.

Next episode is the 9th Anniversary show. Yeap, nine years of background noise.