Today's Attack of the Show featured the first of a special three part series featuring the Detroit Police Department.
Tomorrow, Weston Scott dives into more high-tech police work...literally. Our special correspondent will be hanging with the Detroit Police Department's Dive Team, made up of highly trained specialists experienced in digging up mysteries from murky, dark waters.
Alright, the show won't get that sinister, but watch as Weston Scott learns how to track down and retrieve a sunken car! Tune in tomorrow, September 16th at 7:00pm EST to learn more about the Detroit PD Dive Team. If you can't wait that long, check out Scott's work with the Detroit SWAT team in the video above.
Let's be honest. How much would someone have to pay you to use this Hello Kitty designed desktop PC?
South Korean computer company Moneual is adding a pink twist to their MiNEW A10 nettop, featuring the globally known Sanrio character. The PC itself isn't that big of a deal, but c'mon. It's Hello Kitty. Who can I talk to about getting this reviewed on Gadget Pr0n?
Wednesday means it's time for an Actual Great Moment in De-Evolution and today's blog is devoted to the Finger Nose Hair Trimmer, because trimming your overgrown nose hair isn't embarrassing enough. Now you can look even worse--people will think you're picking your nose!
Wait, scratch that. You'll just look like a weirdo with a prosthetic finger stuck up your nose. Awesome.
So congratulations, Finger Nose Hair Trimmer, for earning this week's Actual Great Moments in De-Evolution. Your effort to give personal hygiene a cheeky twist is worth applauding. Usually nose hair trimmer designers (yes, that line of work does exist) try to find the most fashionable, discreet and high-tech way to style your lengthy face pubes but why not do the complete opposite? Life is more fun when you're seen with a dismembered finger up the nose.
Here's my question though: why does this only come in one skin color?
If there was anything left to reinvent, a wheelchair probably wouldn't cross your mind. I mean, come on. It's got a chair and
two four wheels. What more could you do with it?
Japan (as always) thought otherwise with their new RODEM, a new wheelchair designed so people can now straddle their chairs like a cushioned scooter bike and maneuver around the world with a joystick and all-wheel drive. Hmm, someone's been playing too many videogames.
Riding this around definitely looks more fun, especially when you're wearing your favorite gray flannel pajamas.
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We're big fans of the iPhone here (as if you couldn't tell from the show), but one of the main reasons why we enjoy this Apple product so much is that it offers so much. SO MUCH! Not only can we calculate the proper tip for a restaurant bill, find the best driving route through city traffic and update our Facebook status whenever we want, we can also fulfil our dreams of a finding (and keeping) that perfect girlfriend. And making sure she doesn't go anywhere. No, really. She's not going anywhere. We mean it.
Check out this new iPhone commercial on YouTube.
You might know Attack of the Show's Alison Haislip as the occasional host of The Feed, a tech goddess, even as an occasional star of sketches like the one in which she plays the Pre girl in need of an exorcism. But you probably don't know that she's a pretty avid gamer, and the daughter of a doctor of mathematics. See what you can find out when you interview someone while they're killing zombies in Left 4 Dead?
Check out this interview with Alison from Vice Magazine, where she and interviewer Steve Roberts get to know each other while they are playing L4D, and you will find out that our Ms. Haislip is a lot more than a pretty face...she's a badass with a Molotov fetish.