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Much of my single-digit years were spent in some Papa Gino’s or Pizza Hut burning the roof of my mouth with the finest slices of cheese pizza around. But as a young kid, impatience was a given. Thankfully, many of

No Borders No Race returns after a month, as King Baby Duck talks about Anime Boston and his upcoming Japan trip! The Orville finally returns, with an episode dealing with a heart-wrenching situation. The Kids in the Hall are back,

“I can see you smiling under your mask,” commented one of the Tribute Games developers. Well, could you blame me?! I just played a spiritual successor to a video game I must’ve spent rolls of quarters on to beat as

King Baby Duck starts things off with a big congrats to his Black Compat comrade-in-arms on the latest episode! Moon Knight gets weird in all of the right ways, while Ya Boy Kongming! brings one hell of a twist on

With news of PAX East focusing on indie games, King Baby Duck hopes that many gamers will discover some great hidden gems. Rhys Darby sails the seven seas in Our Flag Means Death, while a boy experiences independence in Kotaro

King Baby Duck is wowed by Orville Peck's new songs, as he feels a new age in country music is about to begin. But when it comes to live performances, Japan's CHAI may be one the shiniest beacons of the

King Baby Duck starts this week's No Borders No Race with a bit of an error, but then has some good news regarding this year's PAX East! Tom Brady retires, as our host looks back at his importance in Boston

It's the first normal No Borders No Race of 2022, as King Baby Duck talks about the challenges of making the Best-Of-2021 episodes! John Cena is seen and heard in the new HBO Max series Peacemaker, and things foul &

King Baby Duck is just days away from Anime NYC 2021, but he's got something to talk about before he heads out. And that thing, well, it winds up taking up every single segment of this week's No Borders No

King Baby Duck has had a bad two weeks, but his turmoil is overshadowed by the loss of the iconic Norm Macdonald. His spirits are lifted when he talks about the Netflix film Kate, as well as the new Steve