The sun rises slowly on another day in the wasteland and rugged podcasters Ryan and Crofton trudge forward, sharing their greatest dungeon and diaper-related content. This week Crofton soliloquies about Divinity Original Sin 2 and how it is bringing his DnD band back together, while Ryan feels the tender hooks of Assassin’s Creed sink back in. Crofton goes to dinner at his daughter’s Animal Crossing house to help console her on the loss of her neighbour (a blue pig named Hugh) while Ryan commits to filling in his death-trap pool and replacing it with safe and serene sod. Come listen!
This week the boys are back for a COVID-19 check-in. Ryan decided that a global pandemic wasn’t enough and added a newborn to the equation. Seeking the sweet escape of entertainment, Ryan and Crofton go deep into Final Fantasy 7 Remake (spoiler: it wasn’t the “final” fantasy) and Tiger King, where Ryan’s better angels struggle against the siren’s call of the sensationalist Netflix documentary. All this and parks are (somewhat) open too! Come listen!
A new Murphy has arrived as Ryan’s daughter Isabelle joins the fray and the man himself provides the details of how it all went down. A birth is stressful at the best of times but throw in a global pandemic and you have a story. Speaking of which, Crofton goes on a full tilt rant about the merits of Animal Crossing after the boys compare notes on pandemic living with kids but before they compare notes on Half-Life Alyx. All of that and a full mailbag too. It is a long one but a good one – come listen!
About the Show
Diaper and Dungeons is a show where two podcasters get together and discuss their ridiculous parenting stories and personal strategies for carving out time for themselves in their increasingly crazy lives. Part commiseration, part therapy session, all fun – Dungeons and Diapers balances parental chatter with the latest in gaming and movies. Join your genial hosts, Ryan Murphy (The Gamers Inn) and Crofton Steers (Good, Bad, and Bull$#*!) as they learn about each other’s lives, how they have fun and how they cope. Have a question or comment for the show? Email us!