This is a very special episode of the Intermission Podcast! We spent the night at the XBOX 360 tournament at Silver Screen VII, which is pretty much all we talked about this week. At the theater we were able to interview some awesome people, play some video games, and had a grand ol’ time. The turnout was INCREDIBLE, literally hundreds of people were there. In an interview with the owner he hinted that there may be a tournament in the future, and I highly recommend attending.
You’ll have to excuse the audio quality of the interviews. It was our first time recording outside of the studio, there was a ton of background noise, and we were learning as we went. Not to mention the fact that we were pretty tired during some of the interviews.
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Some pictures we took at Silver Screen VII
On this weeks episode:
Corey says “Awesome” a lot. He also introduces himself a lot.
First up, we interview Team Sexy. Fortunately for us they were playing Call of Duty and not Halo. At this point in the night we still thought we had a chance. Ha. Anyways, they throw down some pretty serious trash talk, and reveal their official game plan. These guys were the real deal, they brought all of the maps and studied between rounds. I’m still in shock that they didn’t even place.
Next up, we interview Ricky Barnes and his unknown team name. I know you can’t see Ricky in the recording, but he is one big mother f*cker. He attributes his success to Luckydoo’s 24-Hour Fitness. They also throw down some pretty serious trash talk and we still think we are going to win….
Guy’s friend that is a girl, Lacey aka “Snowflake” came to give us emotional support. She only stayed for one round, but she was kind enough to let us conduct an interview. We are also working on a “T-Shirt Kit.” They will ship in quarter 3.
At this point in time, it still hasn’t sunk in how many people were there. We were hoping for 9 Halo teams, and there were 32. Way more than we expected. For some reason we have started doubting our ability.
Josh sees Craig’s dog pooping out the window, which leads to a discussion about him eating, and pooping, a memory foam pillow. Sure, it’s gross, but makes a good story.
Craig thought we were going to interview the first place team from round one. He was wrong, it was the second place team Armored Octopi. Some really cool dudes, but really killed our self esteem. Team Sexy makes a surprise visit.
And finally, we interview the owner of Silver Screen VII, Robbie Pugh. We’d like to thank him for putting on the tournament, and allowing us to record on site. All of the staff at Silver Screen are really great people, and we appreciate everything they do for the podcast, and the community.
Until next week Intermission listeners.