#138 Fireside Chat: Uninhibited Exhibitionism! Monday 29 June, 2015

“Uninhibited Exhibitionism!”

Miss Episode 138 live on Wednesday night? Click here to listen to the recording OR simply use the embedded player below!

Some of us were lucky enough to attend an early preview of The Hunger Games Exhibition at Discovery Times Square, featuring an amazing collection of costumes, props, and interactive features from The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay: Part 1. Now, the exhibit is open to everyone!

We are extremely excited to share our experience with all of you, in addition to covering all the news related to the exhibition. You won’t want to miss this one!

Episode 138 will air live this Wednesday, July 1, at 10pm ET/7pm PT! This week, our panel of experts will include Ellie and Brittany from Down with the Capitol, Kait and JJ from Victor’s Village, Molly from Panem Propaganda, Tiffany G. from Mockingjay.net, and our longtime friend Lee Orlando, formerly of The Hob but now of Page Turners!

See some photos from the exhibition here, here, here, and here!

At 10:40, we will also have a very special guest: Dean O’Carroll, author of The Humor Games, a friendly parody of The Hunger Games series. See more info here, and read a big selection of the play here!

We are eager to hear what you think about the exhibition and The Humor Games — and to answer any questions you might have — so please leave a comment in the section below!

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Follow this week’s participants on Twitter:
Adam (Host/Producer): @AdamSpunberg
Ellie: @ReaderGonnaRead
Brittany: @charzar724
Kait: @VictorsVillage
JJ: @jj_dash
Molly: @PanemPropaganda
Lee: @leeo64
Tiffany G.: @laactress30
Dean: @deanocarroll

One Comment

  • Annie Browen says:

    I think the Exhibition is a really awesome thing. As a Super fan of the series it is like a dream come true to see what pretty much seems like the entire world in one space. I was in New York City back in march when they were setting up and the big billboards were all over time square and broadway announcing the exhibition. I freaked out so hard when I saw it. I know that I will not have the opportunity to see it in New York, but hopefully it makes a stop at the MOA when it goes on tour. I would love nothing more than to experience it all for myself. If I had the money I would be there tomorrow morning, but alas I do not. I hold out hope for the tour and keep on a posting the pictures Its so fun to see the joy it has brought all of the fans who have had the opportunity to be there!

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