Despite no primetime Emmy nominations — we were assured this year there'd be a category for "Outstanding Multi-Camera Podcast Performance for an Editor (But Not The Video Kind of Editor) With Serious Thoughts About 1980s Science Fiction Cinema" and that we'd have a shot — The Vergecast was gracious to believe it was even possibly considered and will continue onward without resorting to cheap celebrity cameos and plot twists that don't fall within canon. We would never do such a thing. Stay tuned for our non-acceptance speeches, which sound an awful lot like our usual banter. Usual time, 1:00PM PT / 4:00PM ET (and more).
On The Verge, however, will be taking the week off. Top Shelf is still on Mondays from now on and very happy to be there, thanks for asking. And for other podcast indulgences, check out The Verge Mobile Show.
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