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The Anomaly Podcast is one of the first, and longest-running, women-hosted sci-fi/fantasy shows in the world. It was started in 2007 by Jen and Angela, best friends who would be talking about geeky things even if they didn't have an audience. They love deep dives into genre fiction topics, but they always keep things light-hearted and fun. You'll enjoy hearing chats on popular fiction as well as the obscure stuff, you thought no one else but you loved. Become an Anomaly! Subscribe to the show now and never miss an episode!

May 31, 2013

It's the series finale of Doctor Who and Your Moment of Who!  If you've been listening, you know that KC and I haven't been too thrilled with the season to this point.  But all of that's changed with these last three episodes!  So, if you're sick of hearing us whine, you're in luck! No you get to hear us gush...  But...


May 19, 2013

Hello Anomalies! In this edition of our show, Jen, Angela, her husband Jim and Kasey from Anomaly Supplemental review "Star Trek: Into Darkness". The beginning of the episode is a non-spoiler review, while the second half is SUPER spoileriffic. If you haven't seen the movie, hit "stop" as soon as you hear the official...


May 16, 2013

Jen interviews her Nana on how the world has changed since she was born: technology, entertainment and life in general. Where's my flying car?!  Nana is a sweet lady who lives to love and Jen is honored to have her on the show. Comments: girlygeekz@gmail.com, AnomalyPodcast.com, @AnomalyPodcast, Facebook Group. *This...


May 9, 2013

In this edition of Anomaly, Jen and Angela discuss "Love's Labours Lost in Space" from Futurama's first season. The hosts talk about their favorite moements in the episode, favorite quotes and recall uncomfortable situations where, in true Zapp fashion, men who thought they were "God's gift to women" turned everything...


May 2, 2013

Here we go again!  Kasey and I set out to talk about episodes 8-10* of Doctor Who, Series 7 - "Cold War," "Hide," and "Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS."  Of course, because it's us, we got a little sidetracked.  So, you'll also hear about Arthur Darvill's stint on Broadway in the Tony-winning musical "Once,"...