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AOTS Wednesday, February 3

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Posted February 3, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
MMA fighter Amir Sadollah and Blair Butler sit down with Kevin Pereira to go over their picks for the upcoming UFC 109 fight, including Couture vs. Coleman and Marquardt vs. Sonnen.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Attack of the Show strives to bring the very best of the Internet to your television screen, which is why we've got a whole new segment covering our favorite memes. Today is all about Tom Selleck, waterfalls and sandwiches.
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It's not the Superbowl until you've got the proper snacks to munch your way through the game. Olivia Munn runs down these top notch Superbowl food ideas, like the XLIV chip'n'dip helmet, an actual kegerator, an RC cooler on wheels and more.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Online multiplayer games go extreme with MAG, a first person shooter that allows up to 256 players to battle at the same time. X-Play's Morgan Webb talks to Kevin Pereira about the gameplay, all the hype and what's missing.
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A healthy brain is one that gets feed daily. That's why we give you Blair Herter who covers today's top headlines, from Madden's Superbowl prediction, Steve Wozniak talking about the Prius' fault software, and more.
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Normal people stay away from dangerous metal rakes and bass pedals on fire. Fortunately, some people don't and experience the full and painful force of Break Moments.
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The harvest is in! We've plucked the ripest web videos of every kind. There's some faceplanting skaters, 'World of Warcraft' inspired rappers, iPad loving songsmiths and even some absent minded politicos. Yes, sir, it's a mighty fine crop of internet content indeed!
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Nothing is more important than letting the world know about your current status in 140 characters or less. Check out our favorite Twitter apps that allows you to microblog your heart out.
Attack Of The Show knows what you like, what makes you laugh, and has an exhaustive list of your private information that includes your PIN numbers.
Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn play a round on the Vice-Presidential game show, Biden Your Time.
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Turn your computer desktop into a 3D virtual desk space, thanks to BumpTop that allows you to organize your files, programs and websites similar to next gen touch screen tablet PCs.

AOTS Tuesday, February 2

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Posted February 2, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
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The AOTS Viewer Army gets down and dirty with member Derek DeGrazio who visits Derek Johnson as he fights in an amateur MMA match at the Fight Academy in Pasadena. Let's hope they makes the show proud!
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It's time to dress up those long forgotten feet and we've got the hottest sneakers around, like the special 'Kill Bill' kicks from Nike, the Tony Alva Vans skateboarding shoes and more.
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Blair Herter's got the latest and hottest news headlines to feed your hungry brain, including stories on the 2010 Oscar nominations, the Lost premiere episode leak and more.
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Prepare for the ultimate football game day with these fun Superbowl ideas from Olivia Munn, like the JVC 5.1 home theater system, the portable Haier 7" LCD TV and more.
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The world may have Punxsutawney Phil but we here at Attack of the Show have our own special groundhog to predict the coming weather. Meet Chicopee Charlie.
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Film expert Chris Gore and Olivia Munn run down the latest DVD releases to keep an eye out for, including the comedy thriller 'Zombieland,' the blaxploitation spoof 'Black Dynamite' and 'Bronson.'
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Comedy and cuteness hit the studio with guest Aubrey Plaza, who sits down with Kevin Pereira to talk about her NBC show, 'Parks & Recreation,' her start with the UCB theater, working on the 'Scott Pilgrim' movie and more.
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Banker Caught Looking at Nudes, The Onion: Alcoholic Returns, Die Antwerd, Worst Fight Ever, Incredible iPad Keynote.

 

Fresh Ink Online: G.I. Joe, Walking Dead, Kick-Ass »


This week Fresh Ink Online's Blair Butler rockets through a slew of comic reviews, including New Avengers: Siege, Blackest Night: Green Lantern, Captain America Reborn, Batman and Robin, Rasl, and Batwoman Detective Comics. Plus, you get the new issue of The Walking Dead AND the latest graphic novel collection of Blair’s favorite zombie comic. Finally, will it be G.I. Joe: Cobra II or Kick-Ass that nabs Pick of the Week? Tune in and find out.

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AOTS Thursday, January 21

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Posted January 21, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
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You can breathe easier now that Google's long awaited and rumored Nexus One phone has finally arrived. Chris Hardwick and Kevin Pereira give their take on this new smart phone that runs on Android 2.1 with a 3.7" AMOLED touch screen and a 5 megapixel flash camera. See if this may be the best Android phone ever for $179.
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Alex Sim-Wise brings a Thursday news feeding with stories on Conan's $45 mil deal with NBC, Amazon's new Kindle App store and more.
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Broadcast your own streaming network channel on the go with the UStream App for the iPhone, a cool app that provides an easy to use platform for any mobile user.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Kevin Pereira sits down with Erin Cummings to talk about her epic new series, 'Spartacus', on Starz, taking on a role in the historic Roman Republic and life after 'Bitch Slap.'
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
The battle between good and evil turns into a fight for humanity's survival in the action packed 'Legion'. We sat down with Paul Bettany, Dennis Quaid, Tyrese and Kate Walsh to talk about their latest take on an angel apocalypse.
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The technology of tomorrow is here today! Well, sort of. Olivia Munn runs down these fun gadgets that can help you pretend that 2010 is closer to the future than ever, like a wrist phone communicator, Star Trek styled wetsuits and the Arbortech Air Board.
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Sex expert Anna David is back on the streets of UCLA to help the sexually charged and confused students around campus. This time, she tackles their questions on how to get out of the Friend Zone, getting your girlfriend to watch porn and more.
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DJ Roadie Fail, Survivor Mouse, 'Event Horizon,' The Song, Sandy Balls, Workout Surprise.
Attack Of The Show knows what you like, what makes you laugh, and has an exhaustive list of your private information that includes your PIN numbers.
Olivia Munn interrupts Kevin Pereira's intense weight workout. This is what happens behind the scenes here at G4.

Attack of the Staff: Scott Moschella, Senior Segment ProducerHometown: Wayne, NJ
Position: I’m kind of the kicker. I’m always there, I have a very specific skill set, I work hard when I need to and I’ll sometimes surprise you by winning the game.
Favorite Season: Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3
Least Favorite Nickname: Skeeter

AOTB: What do you do on AOTS?

I produce various segments including Web Tools, Go Hack Yourself, As Seen on TV, Quick Hit, Kings of Dot Comedy, Who’s Who on YouTube and The Feed. That means I have to find and research sites/apps/YouTube celebrities/games, write the scripts, gather or shoot the footage and hand all of that over to one of our editors who cuts each segment into 2 – 3 minutes worth of television. That’s how we make TV magic.

AOTB: What is your favorite moment from the show?


First, here’s a classic favorite moment from The Screen Savers: We enjoyed playing practical jokes on the set and I probably should have gotten fired for this but, I changed one of our co-host’s lines in the teleprompter to say, “… and I’m not wearing any pants.” The co-host, Dan Huard was also my roommate and I honestly didn’t think he would actually read the lines, but, he did and the rest is history.

I’m going to have to say, my favorite AOTS moment was during our 1,000th episode when Kevin finally realized his dream of catching a greased pig with his bare hands. The unplanned part where the pig escaped the little pen we had set up was one of those awesome live TV moments.

AOTB: You have quite a history with the show. Tell us about it.

This is a really long story, so go grab a coffee and come back. I started as an intern on TechTV’s Call for Help. Back then, the interns ran the teleprompter during the show and sent out the prizes to the show’s callers. I was such an awesome intern that I was hired on staff as a production assistant for The Screen Savers. Then, I moved into the control room as the show’s line producer. The line producer keeps the show to time, talking to the on-air hosts through those little dealies in their ears during the show. That way, they know how much time is left in each segment and when to wrap up interviews and such. The show moved down to Los Angeles from San Francisco. We started a new show called Attack of the Show, loosely based on the format of The Screen Savers. I became a segment producer. My job then, as it pretty much is now, inventing or finding interesting tech hacks and discovering cool websites, events and guests who we can invite onto the show.

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AOTS Wednesday, January 13

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Posted January 13, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
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Passing wind and cutting the cheese can be more than just a hilarious part of human nature. Some people actually find it arousing! It's time to learn about eproctophilia, the sexual fascination with flatulence...or the fart fetish, as we like to call it.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Executive Producer McG and star Mark Valley stop by the AOTS studios to talk about their new action-packed drama, 'Human Target' based on the DC comic book and graphic novel.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
X-Play's Adam Sessler and Kevin Pereira break down Army of Two: The 40th Day, the highly anticipated sequel to the 2008 game, Army of Two. Find out what Adam thinks about the story set up, improvements from the original and co-op gameplay.
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There's not much to say when it comes to pellet vs. nipple shots and TV knockouts, except that you should be happy you're not as dumb as these unfortunate victims. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn bring you a new round of Break Moments.
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There's no denying that 3D TVs have been making the rounds at CES 2010. Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip tackle new television sets from Samsung, Sony and Panasonic to see what's in store for those planning on some 3D viewing fun at home.
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Only one can bring you a hump day news feeding, and that's Blair Herter with stories on Google taking on the China's censorship policy after a hack attack, Netflix coming to the Nintendo Wii, and more.
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If there are extraterrestrials watching us, do you think that they believe we're utter morons based on what they see in Around the Net? Are they as entertained by horrific sledding accidents, acoustic covers of metal songs and cute, exploding animals as we are? Food for thought.
Attack Of The Show knows what you like, what makes you laugh, and has an exhaustive list of your private information that includes your PIN numbers.
What does Jeremy, the expert of all things dragon, have to say about cars? Probably about how awesome dragons are compared to these four wheeled monsters.

AOTS Tuesday, January 12

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Posted January 12, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
One of the largest aquariums in the world, Australia's Sydney Aquarium boasts over 6,000 water creatures. This means Alison Haislip gets to swim with some of their deadly creatures, including giant stingrays, sharks and more.
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The classic walkman is back! This time, Sony brings you the X Series Mp3 player. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn review the digital media player with its Wi-Fi connectivity, 3" OLED touch screen and 33 hour battery life. Find out if this "walkman" can satiate your music needs for only $260.
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Alison Haislip has another news feeding with headline stories, like Google charging Nexus One buyers an early termination fee, their plan to insert real time ads in Google Street View and more.
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Didn't you hear? It's all the rage. Learn how you can be the next Balloon Boy by building the ionocraft, a propulsion device that can fly strictly through electricity and high voltage. Science can take you everywhere!
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Tuesday means means Chris Gore and Olivia Munn take a look at some of the top DVD releases of the week. See what this film expert has to say about the Golden Globe nominated 'The Hurt Locker', the sci-fi thriller 'Pandorum' and critically acclaimed 'Moon'.
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Yesterday, movie geeks were dismayed to learn that Sam Raimi and Sony had officially parted ways, leaving the fate of 'Spider-Man 4' up in the air. Kevin Pereira talks to Jeff Katz from GeeKWeek.com and HitFix.com's Drew McWeeny about Sony's reboot script from Jamie Vanderbilt and what's in store for Spidey fans everywhere.
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Laughter is one of life's greatest joys and we've made it our mission to bring more of that joy into your life by way of creepy, small town politicians, death metal roosters and bad vice-presidential role models. That's what ATN was created for.
Attack Of The Show knows what you like, what makes you laugh, and has an exhaustive list of your private information that includes your PIN numbers.
Colonel Duck Bucket goes metal with a special new promotion, a bucket of ducks from the dark depths of hell.

AOTS Monday, January 11

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Posted January 11, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
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Canon combines high quality still photographs and video recording with their EOS 7D Digital SLR. Chris Hardwick and Kevin Pereira review its 18 mega pixel C-MOS sensor, the ISO range of up to 12,800 and full HD video recording, all available for only $1,700.
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Alison Haislip is here to bring a fresh news feeding for the mind, with stories on the late night show shake-ups with Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien at NBC, France Telecom confirming the Apple tablet computer, Stuart Townsend leaving 'Thor' and more.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
2010 means more than just new gadgets; the year offers some of the hottest new cars to date, like the Bentley Continental Supersports vehicle, the Ferrari 'Evolution' with its 840 horse power engine and a new conceptual fire fighting vehicle.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Who knew those frat house days of beer pong could lead to a champion title? Blair Herter checks out the 9th annual Beer Pong Championships in Las Vegas with over 400 competing teams, the ladies of Sapphire Gentlemen's club and more.
Attack Of The Show knows what you like, what makes you laugh, and has an exhaustive list of your private information that includes your PIN numbers.
The venerable critics of the booty video review this latest product, Booty Pop.
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The TV industry is in upheaval over the reports about NBC's cancellation of Jay Leno's late night TV experiment and Conan O'Brien's fate at the network. Kevin Pereira talks to Michael Schneider from Variety about what's really going on with the late night TV line-up.
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We may slave away to the 9-5, but elsewhere around the world, people know how to liven up their days. Check out South Korea, where one lingerie company has a monthly pajama day policy enforced, while a group of Germans always welcomes the new year with a skinny dip in freezing cold water. Find out what else is happening around the world.
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Today's ATN is going to be a little more stimulating than most. Not only will you be able to see the usual suspects, like idiot teens hurting themselves poolside, field reporters who just don't have "it," and football stars trying to make the transition into pop stars. You'll also get an eyeful of hot, gyrating derrieres. They're hypnotic!

CES 2010 Quick Hit: Intel MultiTouch Wall Review »


This is probably the coolest (okay, maybe not but close!) display at CES 2010. Kevin Pereira checks out Intel's amazing MultiTouch Wall that displays thousands of live feeds using its i7 core processer.

And by check out, we really mean he pokes it incessantly.

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AOTS Thursday, January 7

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Posted January 7, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Chris Hardwick and Olivia Munn check in with Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip, who will be reporting live from CES 2010 in Las Vegas, ready to bring the latest news on technology and gadgets.
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Live in Las Vegas, Kevin Pereira gets his hands on some of the hottest gadgets from CES 2010, like the Google Nexus One with its voice keyboard, the Olympus Stylus Tough-3000 camera, the Lenovo U1 Hybrid Laptop/Tablet and the LG LED 8500 HDTV.
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It's gadgets galore with Alison Haislip who previews the Samsung NX10 Hybrid DSLR with 14.6 mega pixels, the HP TouchSmart tm2 Notebook/Tablet computer, the HTC HD2 Phone that's thinner than the iPhone and the Barnes & Noble Nook eReader.
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Kevin Pereira checks in from CES 2010 with more products to review, like the PopBox media streamer, the Sony F Series laptop with the TX7 digital camera and the iHome IA5 iPhone dock.
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Why deal with a maze of wires when you don't have to? With the Powermat you can wirelessly charge your portable devices, like your mobile phone, headset, iPod and even PSP by simply placing them on top of the stylish, sleek charging station.
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Kevin Pereira checks out Intel's amazing MultiTouch Wall using its I7 core processor to displays live news feeds at CES 2010.
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It's Chris Hardwick and Olivia Munn's turn to bring the daily news feeding, and this time, they have stories on concerns from sci-fi author Philip K Dick's family over the Google Nexus One name, the State of the Union potentially delaying 'Lost' and more.
Got a foot fetish? Not that kind, you perv.  The kind that causes you to spend hours in the shoe store? We have help for you.  It's called Sneakerheads.
Feel the Force in your feet with Adidas' sneakers dedicated to the best space movie trilogy of all time. Check out their new Adidas Phantom II Boston Celtic shoes perfect for the nerdy New England fan, the Originals Star Wars Collection with the ZX 8000 Darth Vader and more.
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Karate Girl Wins Fight, Climbers Escape Near Death, Andy Roddick Upstaged by Koala Sex, Tequila Bot, Dead Lift Guy.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Check out the new trailer for the bloody thriller starring Jude Law and Forest Whitaker, 'Repo Men' about a man struggling to survive in a world where vital organs are sold to the sick and violently repossessed if the buyer can't pay up.
Attack Of The Show knows what you like, what makes you laugh, and has an exhaustive list of your private information that includes your PIN numbers.
The Wikipeditrician makes a visit to show us the history of Lego building blocks...and the ensuing porn videos.

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