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AOTS Tuesday, December 09

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Posted December 9, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
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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.
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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?
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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.
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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.
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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.

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