Weekend Confirmed 202 - The final episode

By Ozzie Mejia, Jan 31, 2014 11:00am PST

This is it. Come confirm your weekends one last time. Join hosts Garnett Lee, Jeff Cannata, and Brian Leahy, reunited one more time with all of your favorite guests from the last 202 episodes: The Escapist's Andrea Rene, Joystiq's Xav de Matos, The Odd Gentleman's Nikole Zivalich, Christian Spicer, Naughty Dog's Jason Paul, and "Indie" Jeff Mattas. We are ghost.

Weekend Confirmed Ep. 202: 01/31/2014

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Weekend Confirmed comes in four segments to make it easy to listen to in segments or all at once. Here's the timing for this week's episode:

    Show Breakdown:

    Round 1 - 00:00:45 - 00:15:17

    Round 2 - 00:16:21 - 00:45:03

    Round 3 00:46:34 - 01:15:30

    Round 4 01:17:50 – 01:54:42

    Round 5 01:55:06 – 02:15:07

    Round 6 02:15:46 – 02:30:18

    Round 7 02:31:05 – 02:45:44

    Finishing Moves 02:45:45 – 03:04:01

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  • I finished Ep 202 last night on the drive home and it wasn't until the final Finishing Moves that it really hit me.

    I've been listening for roughly 2 years and I've truly enjoyed every show, some more than others of course. GL provided the rock, 2Ns1T picked things up when need be, I LOVE story-time with Nicole though sometimes it did make me feel like my head was going to explode (in a good way). The entire crew of cast and characters brought something unique to the program.

    Garnett, if you read this comment, I wanted to express my appreciation for all your hard work (everyone's really - cast, crew, Atlantis Group). Your Finishing Move was most moving of all, of course, and I find it quite admirable you feel you owe something beyond what you've already given. I don't think this is the case, you've already provided so much (and at no cost for that matter) and it was I who felt I had somehow let you and the WC team down. Perhaps I should have written more iTunes reviews... posted more online... signed up for a GameFly trial or bought a Doghouse system... I felt a sense of emptiness knowing the show was going away.

    Having lived in LA and now in SF, this show was my co-pilot during work commutes. It did something nothing else could - it made me love traffic because it meant I could listen to the show just a little bit longer.

    Thank you all for your hard work, dedication, and for providing a clear and assertive voice for all of us who love video games and wish one day this industry receives the respect it so deserves.

    Calling this show simply a podcast doesn't seem appropriate. It's more than that, and it will truly be missed.