@Brad: spoilers =/= story
But yeah, he didn't say a thing. So what's the big deal?
If your definition of spoilers extends beyond "major plot points that are meant to take you by surprise" then my official position is: that is crazy!
I have no investment in this whole DMC argument, but I feel compelled to say that in my opinion and the opinions of those I know personally, spoilers can extend to any unknown part of a game that the person you're talking to, not you, wouldn't want to know. Obviously that doesn't apply in a podcast environment, really, but I just felt I should point out that when deciding what is and is not a spoiler, it's the subjective view of what is a spoiler by the person being told the information that matters, not the person giving out the spoilers.
It's a mouthful, but I had a friend who took some kind of pleasure in ruining any memorable moment from a book, film or game for the rest of us and insisting it wasn't a spoiler in his opinion, so we had no right to be annoyed. It's become a bit of a pet peeve.