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AOTS Wednesday, May 26

Posted May 26, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
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.
Lost has finally wrapped after six years on the island. Michael Emerson sits down with Kevin Pereira to share his thoughts on the show's ending, working in Hawaii and Spam. So long, Lost! Thanks for all the fish.
News and views on the latest in the world of video games, as presented by the experts that rate them for a living.
Move aside, 3D gaming and motion control. Sometimes all gamers want to do is shoot things! That's why Adam Sessler, Morgan Webb, and Abbie Heppe hit the road to E3 2010 with the hottest shooter games including Call of Duty: Black Ops, Bulletstorm and Medal of Honor.
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 iconic video game franchise, 'Prince of Persia' hits the bit screen with Jake Gyllenhaal and Sir Ben Kingsley. Blair Herter visits London to chat with the cast, director Mike Newell and producer Jerry Bruckheimer for their Arabian secrets.
Alison Haislip has the Wednesday news feeding, and this time, she covers the headlines about the Justice Department investigating Apple over online music, the 'Lost' finale breaking the BitTorrent download record, 'Red Dead Redemption' spawning a Fox short and more.
Resident Evil...
We may still have a hard time watching 3D content, but Fujfilm allows you to create your own with the W1 digital camera. With two 10 mega pixel image sensors, the W1 can record 3D movies for $600. Find out what Chris Hardwick rates this device.
Michael Emerson from Lost
Michael Emerson, who for the past several years has portrayed the morally grey Benjamin Linus on 'LOST,' gave us some insight into the finale and his thoughts on how the show ended in this behind-the-scenes interview.
ATN is essentially a blind study on human psychology. If you like the videos featuring demonic children teaching lessons on manners, a man who is practically begging for head trauma, and a pop ditty about Master Chief, then you're perfectly normal and healthy. If not, you might have serious mental health problems.
Humanity is going nowhere but downhill according to these folks. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn explore yet another round of idiots who safety pin their mouth shut.

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