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Ordering Pizza in the future may not be as easy as you would like! Hue tries to get a double meat pizza for the twins. Over 144 hours went into the construction of the Enterprise ship and bridge. But since we made this movie have invested over another 200 hours honing it's look and crew. Building Transporters, engine rooms, sick bay, and a princess palace for our next show. The next Star Trek we hope will be even better. Oh !
Have you ever tried to play Super Mario World with the controller upside down. Well, that's exactly what we attempt to do. In "The Challenge" we take on various video game with varying handicaps. This is harder than it looks.
Ever wonder what a Super Smash Brothers fan with a couple of English degrees and too much spare time could be capable of? The answer: HAIKU! Here's a Haiku for EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER in the latest Super Smash Brothers.
TTG Reviews Papo & Yo, A little indie game with a big gut punch. See why you should be playing this game, and gain ammo for when someone says games are just for children.
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From the guys who looked at YouTube and said "Me too!" comes a show so groundbreaking that you’ve seen it done a thousand times before. It dares to cash in on your love for television while taking a dump on your favorite TV programs. In a world where friends and families incessantly pester you to watch “the greatest show ever,” two truth-seekers will endeavor to sort the diamonds from the rough, and tell you if a show is worth the time and commitment it would take to watch it. Could you imagine if somebody did that for dating? That would be awesome. Ah well. So strap yourselves in for an adrenaline-packed ride as we plumb the depth of the silver screen. Watch in awe as we climb to the summit of TV potential with shows like 'True Detective' but gaze in fear as we slum it in the Detroit that is 'Teen Wolf.' Remember, opinions are like farts, which are like colon - everybody likes their own so if you can respect ours we’ll gladly not acknowledge yours. That’s what a good friend would do.