Candace Bailey descends upon Wasteland Weekend, a three-day post-apocalyptic party that draws tribes of fanatics from all walks of life to a mix of "Mad Max," "Fallout" and "Borderlands."
Being an "American Idol" finalist has its perks -- like getting to pick your own new car from Ford. But who picked what?
"Orphan's" young star Isabelle Fuhrman talks about what it is like shooting a horror film and what she thinks about her face being plastered on billboards everywhere.
Chris Brown surprised everyone with his apology for what he calls "the incident" -- otherwise known as his violent February assault on then girlfriend Rihanna. But was he sincere?
The Supervillain Primary Debate continues as the nominees discuss important issues of military and national security. Who would you like to be Commander-in-Chief?
Do your part for Earth Week by brushing up on renewable wind-generated energy; how the GoE3 will change the way you think about electric cars and the power of the Aora Solar Tulip. Are we in the future?
Community star and one-time "AOTS" co-host Danny Pudi returns to the studio to talk about the latest season of his hit comedy series! Plus, hear about his adventures as a new father.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 features a dual-core 1.4 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, a super AMOLED screen and Verizon's 4G LTE network. But what sets this $500 tablet apart from the others? Candace Bailey and Kevin Pereira get tap-happy on Gadget Pr0n.
Sara Paxton returns to "Attack of the Show" to talk about the DVD release of her horror film directed by Ti West about a haunted hotel. Shack up with this lovely lady for stories from the set.
Hydraulic fracking isn't another way to swear in "Battlestar Galactica." It's a controversial method of drilling for natural gas and petroleum. Kevin Pereira talks to Professor Tony Ingraffea from Cornell University about what the practice means for us.
Patton Oswalt returns to the AOTS studios to talk about hosting of the Webby Awards and everything else he's been up to. I hope you feel like being entertained!
Jack Black and Kyle Gass of Tenacious D join Kevin Pereira live in studio to talk about the release of their new album, "Rize of the Fenix." Plan on watching this awesome interview at least twice.
Host Jim Rash explores the world of comic book adaptations for TV with 'The Walking Dead' Creator Robert Kirkman and 'Smallville' Creators Al Gough and Miles Millar. Pop culture expert Blair Butler and TV Guide's Michael Schneider join the chat.
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In its final week running, "Attack of the Show!" sampled the best that this Universe has to offer. And naturally, we started by getting smashed. Catch up with Weston Scott as he visits the Ole Smoky Distillery in Tennessee to learn the old-fashioned art of making moonshine. And if that doesn't put some hair on your chest, join us at his next stop: the Louisville Mega Caverns and the world's first underground zip line. That should get you accustomed for our final location: the vacuum of space. Get the latest news on Voyager 1, Mars Curiosity and a ton more on "Galactipedia." Back at the studio, we're reviewing that shiny new Nintendo console, the Wii U! Find out if the innovative new Game Pad is a true game-changer on "Gadget Pr0n." And finally, nerd favorite Nathan Fillion talks to Candace Bailey about his show "Castle" and the tenth anniversary of the cult classic "Firefly." Can he please play Nathan Drake already? Check it out!
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