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AOTS Monday, October 11

Posted October 11, 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.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage from 'MythBusters' stop by the studio to talk to Kevin Pereira about tackling the world of storm chasing and busting some of Kevin's own myths.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Blair Butler visits the Big Apple to check out the New York Comic-Con, where she checks out the Captain America video game, exclusive collectibles from Hasbro and talks to Robert Kirkman from 'The Walking Dead.'
Candace Bailey has the Monday news feeding with stories about Google's driverless car technology, new Windows 7 phones from Microsoft, Virgin's first spaceship test flight and more.
Earlier, Google revealed their self-driving car program that hit the streets of California. Kevin Pereira talks to Ray Wert, Editor-in-Chief of Jalopnik to talk about what Google's new development means, how long the test driving has been going on and what this technology could be used for.
If you thought things were strange inside our borders, find out the weird, odd and outright awesome stuff that's happening around the world, like the Star Trek opera taking place in The Netherlands or Mexico's donkey festival!
We turn our focus spaceward, with this look at galactic-based news and the things that can only happen in the outer reaches of the universe.
Space holds an infinite amount of exploration for us Earthbound folks, and tonight, we explore new research about the existence of large glaciers on Mars, a new kind of beer perfect for a micro-gravity environment and more.
Resident Evil...
Upgrade your old trackball mouse with the new Arc Touch, a next generation wireless mouse that's both lightweight and portable with BlueTrack technology.
The most remarkable thing about Around the Net is that it continues to be astonishing. Our jaws still drop when we see snowkiters catch more air than small jets, spot on 'Sesame Street' parodies of Old Spice ads, and nuns that totally kick butt. If you, like us, find these things to be beyond amazing, then definitely don't miss today's ATN!
Reptilian expert Jeremy of Jeremy's Dragon Corner shares his thoughts on the growing popularity of his favorite fantasy characters in movies like 'How To Train Your Dragon.' Deep stuff, yo.

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