About Us


…We interrupt this broadcast to bring you your Regularly Scheduled Programming, a podcast on things and stuff.

Our Projects

Regularly Scheduled Programming: The Podcast – Our regular podcast of the in-depth variety. Join our Irregulars for a roundtable conversation on things we think about stuff. There will generally be spoilers in each cast unless otherwise specified.

Trailercast: The… Other Cast – We talk trailers and the movies that birthed ’em. Short and sweet.

Regular Round-up – If we see something on the Interwebs worth watching/reading/experiencing, it’ll go here. Comments section is open for free form discussion.

Blogposts – Where our Irregulars discuss their own particular thoughts, away from the hive mind.

Series – Blogposts in a continuing series. Includes:

  • Anime AttemptsThe Regulars try to get back into anime, that most dangerous of subgenres.
  • Love LettersWe can analyse stuff critically, but sometimes we don’t want to. This is where the overly-gushy posts go. Divided by media category.
  • RetrospectivesWhere the Regulars explore a theme, idea or person in greater detail. Multi-post series, usually.
  • Ri-postsWe at RSP believe in talking things out. So on the Ri-post we converse and argue about things in a textual form.



Our Cast of Irregulars




Andrew is a contributor, editor, and cast member on Regularly Scheduled programming. His primary interests lie in video games as a narrative art form, animation, and children’s entertainment. His dream is to receive an Academy Award from Kermit the Frog in front of an audience comprised entirely of corgis.



likes math, cartoons, music, and making violent (yet empty) threats in the name of justice



Indie games are my jam, Spelunky is my peanut butter.





Philosophy/Asian studies major in college; taught self Elvish in middle school; fluent in pun.






On September 21, 1997, a divide by zero error on board the USS Yorktown (CG-48) Remote Data Base Manager brought down all the machines on the network, causing the ship’s propulsion system to fail.


and the Inappropriate Skeptic

B.A. in Parallel Universe and Time Travel Studies; Master Mason at the Masonic Grand Lodge of Washington; specializes in bad grammar and limited vocabulary; resorts to expletives as leading arguments in all disputes. There is a parallel universe where he is Chris Vincent Metzen and that consoles him.

Have fun carousing the site!

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