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AOTS Tuesday, September 15

Posted September 15, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
War is hell, but it's a whole lot better when you're armed to the teeth with the newest technology.
Westin Scott goes behind the lines with one of the nation's most elite SWAT teams in Detroit, MI. Watch as Scott gets exclusive access to their armored vehicles, specialized gun armory and high-risk operation training, armed only with a .38 gun filled with paintballs. This won't be pretty.
Devin Faraci from CHUD.com fills in for this week's DVDuesday to review the 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' DVD release, as well as the new features available on the Blu-ray DVDs for 'Hot Fuzz' and 'Army of Darkness.'
What good are your tech toys if you can't take them with you? We've got the best ultra-portable gadgets for the go, like the Nokia 7705 Twist with its full-sized keyboard, the XM Skydock satellite receiver, the foldable Mu Uno bike and the sleek Voodoo Envy from HP.
The always ferocious but well mannered Wolverine gives today's news feeding with stories on the new Harry Potter theme park from Universal Studios, a new console-less Guitar Hero from Activision, and more.
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 brings actress Kristen Renton on stage to talk about her guest role on FX's 'Sons of Anarchy' and take on a ink challenge in the AOTS Tattoo Parlor.
Resident Evil...
Move over, Apple because Microsoft releases their new Zune HD today. Fortunately for us, Chris Hardwick and Kevin Pereira review the new media player with its 3.3" multi-touch OLED screen, 720p HD video out and Wi-Fi connectivity, all for $220.
It's not often that you can get your groove on and your laugh on at the same time, but today's musical Around the Net has videos with cheesy street musicians, dull hip hop drummers and clumsy dancers as well as videos featuring you everyday, average morons and lonely losers.
Olivia Munn breaks up Kevin Pereira's band with the "Yoko Ono Mode" on The Beatles: Rock Band.

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