On this episode of the Blurred Nerds:

Is there such a thing as too much dessert?:

Time for a post Turkey Day recap where we discuss the age old question of how much food is just too much. 🀣

Also, now that holiday breaks have hit, we have time to catchup on a few of the new shows and movies that released on streaming services the past week.

Thankfully (ba-dum-dum) everything we have watched recently has shown promise: Arcane, Discovery’s new season, Wheel of Time and more.

In the second half of the show,

We round out the second part of the show with more recaps and recommendations. Disney Plus drops two episodes of Hawkeye for us this past week and 8 Bit Christmas on HBO Max became an instant holiday classic for us. Aimed perfectly at our own childhood Christmas memories, we break down the memories and emotions the movie brought up in each of us.

All that and much more!

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