Tell your favorite geeks what to gab about on the next CraveCast

The next CraveCast is live on CNET on Tuesday, May 20, at noon Pacific time. Let us know what the Crave crew should chat about, and then join in the conversation.

CraveCast is delivered in the universal language of geek. Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET

The Crave crew's first live CraveCast was a success, and for the second go-round, we're getting an excellent upgrade, with CNET producer extraordinaire Stephen Beacham (mastermind behind the weekly Crave show) manning the controls and Crave contributors joining in from San Francisco and around the country.

Join Stephen, Crave's Kelsey Adams, Bonnie Burton, Michael Franco, Eric Mack, and possibly other members of our glorious geekocracy at noon Pacific Time on Tuesday, May 20, for a grandiose gabfest.

But what kind of nifty nerd-talk could be worthy of such alluring alliteration, you might ask? Honestly, we could use your help with that.

Left on our own, we're likely to go on for hours about the minutiae of the latest "Star Wars" casting decisions or obsess about distant exoplanets that might host intelligent bacteria. Eventually, Eric will attempt to draw a parallel between Joss Whedon's "Firefly" and a Garth Brooks song that he liked in high school, and it all goes downhill from there.

You can help prevent such a tragedy by letting us know what topics, trends, or geeky/nerdy stories in the news you'd like the Crave crew to discuss and then putting the CraveCast on your calendar and joining us live Tuesday, May 20, at noon PT. Leave your suggestions in the comments below or tweet @Crave and @EricCMack.

Look for links to the CraveCast then at and Meanwhile, we demand you watch the video below:

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