Your Espresso Shot with the Bearded TrioIn today’s show we are happy to share a cup of coffee with Craig Dickinson.  Craig is an educator and huge Star Wars fan with some great insights into our topic for show # 9, the proper order of the Star Wars saga.  We talk about how he incorporates Star Wars in the classroom, as well as his theories on effective storytelling.  Ed Dolista of the Indy Cast stops by for a quick cup to discuss Disney purchasing Indiana Jones, and we have the next offering of  “Your Espresso Shot with The Bearded Trio.”

We will also look at news regarding Rebels, talk Melinda’s Brew, and share some new collectable items available for pre-order.  We will also introduce our topic for Show # 10.  This is the Podcast You’re Looking For!

Check out this episode

Show Notes


Nominate Coffee With Kenobi for the Stitcher Podcast Awards

Rebels Airing Saturday Mornings?!

Coffee With Kenobi Shares their Thoughts on the Disney Indiana Jones Deal on the Indy Cast

Check out Melinda’s Brew

Join Star Wars Attack Squadron Beta

Collector News

Order the Imperial Probe Droid from Sideshow

Order Hoth Luke Skywalker and Tauntaun from Sideshow

Batfighter T-Shirt from TFAW

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  1. Melinda
    December 25, 2013 at 02:24 Reply

    I just finished listening! A great show, fellas! 🙂 I am formulating my thoughts … expect a novella. 😉 (lol)

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