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AOTS Tuesday, December 09

Posted December 9, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Never before have we devoted an entire DVDuesday to one movie, but the 'Dark Knight' is worthy of such an occasion. Mr. Chris Gore will tell us all about every format we can get and if the extras on said DVDs pay off.
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.
After Kevin is reminded about the self-examination of his under-regions, Olivia vounteers to do a little check-up of her own, if you know what I mean.
Resident Evil...
Since it's gadget gift month here at Attack, we thought we would let you know about a pretty good digital picture frame from CEIVA that has Wi-Fi and phone connectivity, a built-in memory card reader, and a max resolution of 1280 x 960.
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.
Times are tough and even the real Batman has to go out and search for work. Being connected in sho-biz here at AOTS, we've been able to procure some of Batman's audition tapes for new voice-over work.
Japan has a lot of whacked-out stuff going on, but none more crazy than their new eyelash glue, bikini jeans, and braziers for men. Seriously, y'all, what's up with Japan?
Frozen Dog, Not a Horse, Super Suit, Walrus Mashup, Carpe Testes.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Our own Chris Hardwick took a tour through the new Wired brick and mortar store in New York and has a few nifty gadgets to show us including a powerful little moped, a wireless SDI card, and a racecar that can climb walls.
Kristin Adams has got your Feed for today and she's going to cheerily let you know about a DRM-free iTunes, Sony cutting 16,000 employees loose, and a new agreement between MySpace and Google that would make their logins compatible.
We visit with Michael Schneider, TV Editor for Variety, about recent developments in the NBC talk show world including Fallon's premiere on the web, Leno's announcement of a prime time talk show, and how it may effect the entire television landscape.

AOTS - December 2nd, 2008

Posted December 2, 2008 - By Mike D'Alonzo
If you're looking for a one-stop free online shop for all of your visual media needs, onetruemedia.com just might be it, especially if you're talking about photo slideshows, facebook app support, and on-demand DVD printing of your original productions.
Kevin's running for re-election and its important that the public know about his affinity for boobs and humping, hence this political ad where he rubs and humps things.
Ray Stevenson drops by the studio to talk to Kevin about last night's big Hollywood premiere of 'The Punisher: War Zone,' his take on comics, and what's up next for the guy who also starred in 'Rome,' the HBO series.
Should you find you need a small music player, for you or a special someone, with 8GB of storage, an FM tuner, and access to Rhapsody, all for under $99, you should check out our Gadget Pr0n review of the SanDisk 8GB Clip.
It's Tuesday,and that can only mean it's time to hear from our resident film expert, Chris Gore, who's going to give us his take on new releases 'Wanted,''Metalocalypse,' and 'Step Brothers.'
David Ewalt joins us from New York to talk about the recent court ruling against Lori Drew and the whole imbroglio involving the MySpace suicide of earlier this year. How will the ruling effect our ability to freely enjoy the internet, i.e. lie on it?
Layla returns to the Feed to deliver all the news you need to know, including info on a new Nokia smartphone due out in 2009, Yahoo's top searches for 2008, Battlestar Galactica's spinoff, and a rediscovered 3000 year-old stash of marijuana.
This edition of Around the Net gives us an exercise program gone wrong, some fiery tennis, bad times at work, computer lessons for seniors, and some Georgian groping.
Attack of the Show has all the tips you need when looking to slim down that gigantic bulge in your pants you call a wallet, starting with losing the discount cards but still being able to use them.

AOTS Tuesday, November 25

Posted November 25, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Resident Evil...
Reports are that Verizon stores have had some scuffles over today's gadget in its limited release, but we've got one and we'd like to tell you all about the new BlackBerry Storm with its 3G, GPS, web browsing, 3.2 megapixel camera, and MS Office support.
Chris Gore, our resident film expert, is here to let us in on what to buy from today's DVD release class. He'll keep us in the loop on Will Smith's superhero film, 'Hancock,' the Collector's Edition for '300,' and the new'Dr. Who 4th Season' DVD.
We'll take a look at what makes the dumber of our peoples tick, in this week's edition of Break Moments in De-Evolution. Today, we observe the drunken antics of college losers. Think darts, table slams, and escalators. What could be better?
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.
If you never tire of watching Jason Statham crack heads and deal goods, you'll love our look at his next flick, 'Transporter 3.' We'll hear from stars Jason Statham and Robert Knepper, interview style, as well as Olivier Megaton, the film's director.
Olivia Munn takes time out of her busy hosting schedule to run down some of the best deals for you and yours regarding computer tech, should you be so bold as to leave the house the day after Thanksgiving.
Bottle Explosion, Dog vs. Branch, Brick Balancing, Redneck Rocket, Bad Beatbox.
Layla is here to give you all the news you need to know, so listen up. She's got the deets on YouTube's transition to a widescreen player, Facebook's $873 million lawsuit, and how astronauts are turning pee and sweat into fresh drinking water.
It's time to take another look at %#&*in' science with today's super easy do-it-yourself audio experiment. See what happens when you place rice over top a sheet of foil over top a loud speaker. Here's a hint, it's %#&*in' science!
Olivia Munn peddles her fantastic beatboxing compilation set of CDs. If you thought Munn could beatbox before, just wait until you learn different. What?

AOTS Tuesday, November 18

Posted November 18, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Chris and Olivia graciously take you through this week's ever-shallowing end of the gene pool with backyard wrestling accidents that will make you SO happy you're not a redneck.
Chris Gore is back with his weekly barrage of DVD reviews including the much-lauded 'Tropic Thunder,' 'Wall-E' on Blu-ray and a lesser-known documentary called 'Gonzo.'
The lovely Olivia Munn is here to guide your buying season's instincts with some stuff you should probably stay away from in today's Attack This. As an instance, a $2000 iPod dock and the $78,000 stuffed-animal chairs might not be a good purchase to make.
This week, Blair Butler runs through some of her favorite newly released comics like 'Vikings,' the web comic 'Freak Angels,' and one that's starting to edge its way into classic status, 'Y the Last Man.'
Parry Gripp creates his YouTube magic with stock viral clips and layers of his own goofy but brilliant pop tunes over top.
Get ready for Layla to drop some knowledge on you about Jerry Yang's resignation from Yahoo, a new Tennessee law that requires colleges and universities to police their students' computers for copyright violations, and oh, so much more.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Alison gets some pointers from Xtreme Fighting Association veteran, Sean "TNT" Yarborough on how to train for such a versatile fighting league and how to defend yourself out in the real world.
Back with all the news that's fit for robots, in this edition we'll update you on what's going on with an $800 Mecha-Godzilla, an edifying flute-bot, and Honda's fancy robotic legs.
Skateboarder Knock Out, World of Wireless, Star Trek 90210, Tall Mohawk, Sammy Davis Jr.

AOTS Tuesday, November 11

Posted November 11, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Big C tours the showroom floor at Las Vegas, Nevada's SEMA convention to show us what's up with some hot rides and after market parts for your whip, including a Chevy block that goes into ANY car, a green kit, and the 2010 Camaro SS.
This week's Break Moments in De-evolution leads us through some of history's greatest disasters on inline wheels, and no, there is no spandex.
Hungry for news? Well, Layla is here to give your heart all it desires as well as some of that news. We'll talk about the Mars lander's final goodbye, Obama's change.gov gaffe, and how Will Smith's son Jaden will star in a 'Karate Kid' remake.
Idiot Eats Ashtray Contents, Dog Owns Ice Skater, Girl Chuggs A Bottle Of Syrup, Beer Down There, Mouthful of Muck.
Kevin talks with the award-winning director of the upcoming James Bond sequel, 'Quantum of Solace,' about the legacy of the Bond girl, directing action sequences, and the continuing 'Casino Royale' storyline.
Our resident film expert, Chris Gore, is here to dish on the DVDs that you should buy, rent, or pass. Today, we're looking at 'Hellboy II,' a Blu-ray Bond box, and 'Sukiyaki Western Django.'
G4's newest series gives us a quick look at what we're in for once the show hits the air. It looks like broken bones, cuts, scrapes, and a plane wing to the face.
Encouraged by Kevin Pereira, Olivia Munn chokes down a mouth full of Big League Chew bubble gum in a rousing edition of America's favorite game show, 'Fill Your Mouth.'
Encouraged by Kevin Pereira, Olivia Munn chokes down a mouth full of Big League Chew bubble gum in a rousing edition of America's favorite game show, 'Fill the Mouth.'

AOTS Tuesday, November 4

Posted November 4, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Chris Gore has a bevy of DVD box sets to review, including the 'Mystery Science Theater 3,000: 20th Anniversary Edition,' the 'A Christmas,' Collector's Edition Blu-ray and the 'Batman: The Complete Animated Series' collection.
This all-female edition of Break Moments will prove once and for all that women can be just as dumb as guys are. If you've never seen a female fall off of a home made stripper pole, take a rocket to the rear or shave her eyebrows, you will!
Wanna get it on with six partners all at once? Well, in a video chat sort of way, that's exactly what ooVoo.com allows you to do. So, we hope you have some stamina, kid, because it's on!
Tired of election coverage yet? Well, we've got just what you need to balance out your "first Tuesday in November blues." It's people getting injured and mocked that aren't you; it's Around the Net!
Kevin Pereira interviews Presidential candidate Cobra Commander, who talks about the media's slant... away from him.
At the end of this long, arduous election season, Cobra Commander is here to declare himself the winner of the race... or is he?
Shipwreck from GI Joe teaches us a little bit about solving problems creatively, and a little bit about ourselves at the same time.
Layla Kayleigh has all of your election day Feed info, including an exec at Apple stepping down, Game Boy on the Google Android, and an awesome name change.
This edition of Attack This features some next-level stuff, that you are going to have to see to believe, including a double paned LCD, a multitouch interface, an interactive mirror, and a reactor that you can have right in your own backyard.

AOTS Friday, October 31

Posted October 31, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Caitlin Can't Do It, Mambo #5 Robot, Walker vs. Jet Pack, Kreuger, Stripper Teacher.
Blair Butler toils over this cauldron of scary comics, including a look at 'Joker' and Blair's list of the five scariest comics of all time.
Yes, it's the witching hour, but some witches are way hotter than others, which is why we've decided to seed this edition of Women of the Web with witchy women, including Mila Jovovich, Asia Argento, and Sheri Moon Zombie.
You know you're going to need them...one of these days, zombies are
Layla Kayleigh is here to spook you out with this Halloween edition of The Feed, including stories about Google SMS, MTV censoring old videos, and more.
In this special All Hallows Eve edition of DVDuesday, Chris Gore shares some of his favorite horror DVDs, both old and new, including 'Dance of the Dead,' 'Pathogen,' and 'Something Evil.'
Chris Gore examines this very strange Los Angeles event where girls and corpses mix to make a dead sexy combination. Check out the hotness... if you dare!!!
Kevin and Olivia take us through a marathon comedy costume cavalcade. Highlights include a Skittles all over Olivia, a Blair Butler sandwich, Munn's bloomers, and some erotic positioning.
Kevin's Haunted Hayride
Kevin Pereira gives us a quick glimpse at how he makes some extra dough on Hallow's Eve.

AOTS Tuesday, October 28

Posted October 28, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
When you think trampoline, you probably think 'horrible accident,' don't you? We certainly do, which is why we went out and found these links that prove that some people should never, ever attempt to use one.
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 jarringly gorgeous Nadine Velazquez, also known as Catalina, the sometime maid, sometime stripper from 'My Name Is Earl,' comes to visit us live in the studio.
Tranquilizer Butt, Armstrong Mario, Reporter Vs. Couch, Sharky's B-Day, Hulk Tropicana.
Hey, did you know there's an election in a couple weeks? Yeah, we were surprised too. That's why we figured it would be a good time to get to Know Your Candidates.
Today's edition of Know Your Candidates focuses on the whys and wherefores of broadband connectivity, and who is going to be the candidate to make it cheaper, faster, and more accessible for you.
Alison Haislip is here to bring you all of the Feed-y goodness you need on this Tuesday, including stories about MTV getting cool again, NASA and Google partnering up, free speech on the internet, and more.
Chris Gore lives up to his last name today, bringing us a review of Rob Zombie's 'Halloween' on DVD, as well as 'Zombie Strippers', 'Hell Ride', and 'Poultrygeist'.

AOTS Tuesday, October 21

Posted October 21, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Terry Tate, Sushi Cat, Ref Hits QB, Man and Machine, RAM IT.
Sometimes it's funnier online. Need proof? Here's the best of internet comedy.
The Harvard Sailing Team is not a team of sailors, nor is it a group of Harvard students. However, it is a troop of sketch comedians who are going to school you on what funny is in today's Kings of Dot Comedy.
Layla Kayleigh is here to deliver the Tuesday version of The Feed, including stories about Google's free source code, Myspace and the World Poker Tour, '30 Rock' on Hulu, and more.
This week, Break Moments In De-Evolution focuses on the family jewels, as we see some truly amazing nut shots, including a trampoline stunt gone wrong, a potato cannon to the breadbasket, and what can only be described as a 'playground incident.'
Chris Gore is here for his weekly review of the DVDs that are likely to impact your week, which, this week, include 'The Incredible Hulk' and 'War Inc.'
Attack This focuses on some cool new A/V equipment, including the new PSP, the Mitsubishi Laservue Television, a portable satellite radio, and a ridiculously large network.
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.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse, star of 'Role Models,' and best known as the generation-shaping McLovin from 'Superbad,' is here to talk about the movie, as well as what he learned about LARPing for the role.
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AOTS Tuesday, October 14

Posted October 14, 2008 - 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.
Apple's ready to pull back the curtain and show the clamoring public the new products and services it has in store for them. What innovations will Steve Jobs reveal? Watch and find out.
Guess who's back with a review of the DVD and Blu-ray iterations of 'War, Inc.,' Season 2 of '30 Rock' and the latest 'Indiana Jones' film. If you guessed Chris Gore, you're right on the money.
War is hell, but it's a whole lot better when you're armed to the teeth with the newest technology.
AOTS's official military correspondent, Weston Scott gets closer to the armed force's latest airborne and land based killing machines than you'd ever want to.
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.
Amanda Crew, from the outrageous, new road comedy, 'Sex Drive' will talk to Kevin about what it was like to star in the libido laden, coming of age chucklefest.
There's a Tuesday in every week. And there's an Around the Net for every Tuesday but today is a special monk-shot free edition of the venerable trip about the web we call Around the Net.
The latest report from Layla Kayleigh includes stories about George W. Bush's new anti-piracy bill, Terence Howard's departure from the 'Iron Man' franchise, the return of the video site, Joost and the lawsuit against Coors for the iPint iPhone app.
The world needs morons in order to distract us from our being normal. It's important for us to observe the idiotic doing idiotic things. This week's de-evolution class is no different. Morons all.
Today we take a close look at futuristic technology items that you should be attacking if you count yourself among the tech savvy. Attack these, why don't you?
Kevin and Olivia take turns smashing now outdated MacBooks.
Kevin and Olivia take turns smashing now outdated MacBooks.

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