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Season 3 Episode 3: Speak Easy Speak Free
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March 19, 2014 02:21 PM PDT
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This week's episode has the worst title ever, but it's a pretty good show, we promise! In the studio we talk about Blackfish, the documentary on Seaworld that went pretty much viral last year, as well as Dark Souls 2. We unfortunately ran out of time to finish up the remainder of the episode so in two weeks we will be discussing The Blockbuster Theory.

Season 3 Episode 2: The Decisions We Make
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March 03, 2014 06:21 AM PST
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This week Nick and Crystina set up in the studio to discuss the death of Harold Raimis. They tie the conversation into a topic covering adult situations in children's mediums, and end with a conversation on Twitch.com

Season 3 Episode 1: Ushering in a New Dynasty
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February 17, 2014 07:45 PM PST
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The first episode in season 3 of The 4th Floor introduces a new co-host, plus a new focus for the show

Season 2 Episode 7 The Long Way Home
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June 26, 2012 04:55 PM PDT
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This week esteemed cohost extraordinaire Liz could not make the show. Instead Nick fills the show in with Daniel Jones from The Jacked Up Indie And Mojo Show (Search for them here on Podomoatic they're good people.) And the two "games journalists" discuss their experiences with freelance writing, as well as Mass Effect 3. Our Movie of the week is Alien from Ridley Scott, and our Charity of the Month is The Tool Bank, which can be found at toolbank.org. Full Disclosure Nick works for The Home Depot which is a sponsor of the Tool Bank.

Music this week is Too Close from Alex Clare, Mother from Danzig, and White Nerdy by Weird Al.

Season 2 Episode 6: That Old Familiar Feeling
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June 03, 2012 03:50 PM PDT
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Come one come all it's The 4th Floor, and it feels good to be back (again). Well this week we kick off the summer season with our Summer Movie Preview, and introduce the Charity we started PETV, People for The Ethical Treatment of Vegetables. We think it's a crime the way vegetables are harvested, especially given that these living beings have been found to have feelings. We'll have more details on where you can donate to this wonderful cause, or at least buy a t-shirt to show your support, and help the fight to protect these innocent creatures.

Our Movie of The Week is Grandma's Boy from Happy Madison Productions. A raucous comedy starring Nick Swardson, Kevin Nealon, and some other funny people.

Our Second half of the show rounds up with video games, as usual. This show is dedicated to Peter Morris and Ashley Shields to commemorate their wedding last week. As such all the music this week is from their wedding playlist. "Love Song" 311, "Karma Police" Radiohead, and "Under Pressure" Queen.

Season 2 Episode 5: The 4th Floor Strikes Back
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May 17, 2012 11:34 PM PDT

We are back after our nearly 3 month break, and this time we're bringing back a more classic approach to our episodes. This episode we share with you our thoughts on The Avengers and Cabin In The Woods and promote Garden State to Movie of The Week Status. Our Charity of the Month is the VA, and we hope that you support our troops this month.

Our Second half of the show has us discussing video games as per our norm. We go over our thoughts on Journey, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, Awesomenauts, and Star Wars The Force Unleashed.

It's a short and sweet episode, but we got the content there. Music this week is Beer from Reel Big Fish, Harvey Dent from Adam Warrock, and Always Look on The Bright Side of Life from Monty Python. Enjoy.

Fans in Baltimore and the Maryland area should pay close attention as we have announced a new partnership for video game tournaments with our friends at Collector's Corner which can be found at www.collectorscornermd.com

Season 2 Episode 4: Post Apocalyptic Wasteland
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February 28, 2012 09:02 PM PST

This week we announce layoffs to The 4th Floor, most notably Kenneth our lovable Big Daddy host. With Facebook likes down we simply can not support his voracious appetite. This week we go a different route than normal, and used no outline. We hope you enjoy the new format, although it's very similar. Charity of The Month, Facebook and Show updates, followed by weeks before the show proper.

This week we talk about the Oscars, and Sci Fi movies. Our Charity of the Month is The Black Charities Network, and our Movie of The Week is Dark City. Spoilers abound there apologies for no warning on the show. But know when The Movie of The Week starts the movie is spoiled immediately.

Our Top Ten List Extravaganza are our Top 10 Science Fiction Movies. We round the show off with a sci fi discussion and Nick talks about the 2012 release of Eat Sleep Play's Twisted Metal with Dan Ryckert from gameinformer.com

You can read Nick's review of Twisted Metal here http://www.thegameeffect.com/review/twisted-metal-review

Season 2 Episode 3: Patriotic Americans and That Liberal Guy
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February 10, 2012 07:36 PM PST
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This is our most chaotic week ever, as we open the door for 2 special guests. Braden Fox aka The Republican joins Nick "The Collar", and Liz "The Skankinator" alongside with us this week is also The Enigma.

This week we give ourselves Vigilante names and discuss Watchmen, as well as Tarantino movies. Our movie of the Week is Reservoir Dogs. Our New Charity of the Month is The Black Charities Institute.

We don't have our TOP TEN LIST EXTRAVAGANZA this week but it will return. Music this week is Assassin from Muse-Enigma's Theme Music
You's a Hoe from Ludacris-The Skankinator's Theme
Jesus Baby-The Republican's Theme
Money Talks from ACDC-The Collar's Theme

Season 2 Episode 2 The Brony In Us All
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January 31, 2012 11:06 PM PST

Well We're Back in Season 2 for another episode, and this week we jump the shark sort of. We have Michael Hoskins, AKA Mray901 throughout the realm of the internet, and we discuss My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic with him, as well as time travel in movies, television, and video games. Since George Lucas loves to change things in Star Wars with each subsequent release, we decided to hack the Skywalker Ranch computers and find out the changes for you, so our listeners can go into the 3D releases forewarned. We compiled the Top Ten Changes Made to Star Wars in this weeks Top Ten List Extravaganza.

Our Movie of the Week this episode is the living anime Ninja Assassin, and our last episode of January means that The Brain and Behavior Research Foundation is still our Charity of the Month.

Break Music this week is from Maros and it's a song called "Pony Swag" Intro is the intro from "Welcome to the Jungle" Guns and Roses, and we sign off with "Superman's Dead" from Our Lady Peace. Please visit our website www.thereal4thfloor.com for details on our DVD Box Cover Contest, and as always stay safe and happy.

Season 2 Episode 1
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January 25, 2012 07:33 PM PST

We're officially back with Season 2 of The 4th Floor. This week we go over our normal set of show features: Charity of The Month, TOP TEN LIST EXTRAVAGANZA, and of course our Movie of The Week. We know that January is almost over, but our Charity of the Month is the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, which can be located at bbrfoundation.org and helps grant scientific research in hopes of curing various brain and mood disorders. With Mental Illness and other brain disorders affecting so many individuals we believe this cause is extremely worthwhile.

Our Top Ten List Extravaganza are the Top 10 Kickers we would rather have kick for the Baltimore Ravens, and our Movie of The Week is Final Fantasy VII : Advent Children.

We also provide reviews for DEATH RACE 2, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO, and MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL. Nick rattles off some reviews for a whopping 6 video games ranging from Uncharted 2 to Darksiders. And with only one more real football game, and the Ravens now out of the Playoffs we provide one final look at the Ravens season and detail what we think should be done.

Songs this week: Break Music is Fuck SOPA from Adam Warrock, and we end with a DJ Flounder Mash Up.

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