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Attack of the Show!
AOTS logo.png
Format News, comedy, variety
Starring Kevin Pereira
Olivia Munn
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 1043
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel G4
Picture format 480i SDTV, 720p HDTV
Original run March 28, 2005 (2005-03-28) – present
External links
Official website

Attack of the Show! (commonly referred to as AOTS) is an American live television program shown weeknights on G4, G4 Tech TV in Canada[1] and Fuel TV in Australia.[2] The program is hosted by Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn. Attack of the Show! reviews new technological items, parodies, pop culture, general daily news, and gives exclusive previews of upcoming and highly anticipated video games, movies and digital media.

Contents

History

The program is known for commonly having segments where viewers can call, chat (the Virtual Audience), and e-mail questions which are answered live on the show. The show premiered on March 28, 2005 as the replacement for The Screen Savers. The show originally aired live five days a week; the week of January 2, 2006, the show was truncated to air for only four days a week. Fridays formerly featured a "Mash Up" which compiles the best segments from the week's four live shows. The show returned to the air live, five days a week, in September 2008, but G4 announced as of Monday, March 2, 2009, Attack Of The Show! would be cut back once again to four days a week with a "best of" show running in the Friday time-slot. Attack of the Show! aired its 1,000th episode on July 9, 2009.

Personalities

Munn and Pereira on a panel for Attack of the Show! at the 2008 Comic Con in San Diego, California.

Host Kevin Rose, one of the holdovers from the TechTV days, left the show in May 2005. The show announced a search for a new host among the show's audience, and for several months various candidates auditioned on the air. In the end none of the candidates were actually selected, although, puzzlingly, this was never actually announced on the air. Sarah Lane, who had previously been a co-host and segment contributor, gradually became the show's official host. She continued in this capacity until Thursday, April 6, 2006, when she and Brendan Moran announced their engagement and stated that they would be leaving the show. [3] The Morans appeared on the show, via satellite, on July 13, 2006 to talk about their adventures. The couple had been involved with TechTV and G4 since 2001, and their departure, like Rose's, was greeted with distress by the show's fans.

Olivia Munn was hired to replace Lane and began hosting on Monday, April 10, 2006. Zach Selwyn, the runner up on ESPN's Dream Job, was hired to replace Moran and started his hosting duties a week later on April 17, 2006. Wil O'Neal, a CNET senior editor who was one of the hosting candidates following Rose's departure, appeared on the show semi-regularly as a technology correspondent until 2007, when O'Neal departed from the program and was replaced by comedian Chris Hardwick, former host of Singled Out; he is also currently a writer for Wired magazine and the host for G4's The Soup spinoff, Web Soup. [4] Pereira is now the sole remaining host from the AOTS launch in 2005.

Hosts

Former hosts

Correspondents

Segments

Below are segments that currently appear on Attack of the Show!, listed in alphabetical order.

Title Synopsis
AOTS Classics [12] Memorable clips from the shows past.
Around the Net [13] A daily profile of websites featuring the top five online videos with unique or bizarre idiosyncrasies. Videos are usually accompanied by a mock interview with an "expert" or them acting out the circumstances of the video, if possible. Sub-segments includes: Women on Wheels (when videos portray women drivers doing ditzy things) Monk Shot (When a video includes something sounding similar to "Monk Shot", and Shenanigans Lab (Debunking fake videos). Before and after certain commercial breaks an ATNesque segment called "What Happens Next?" (Formerly just Around the Net) airs, where part of a video is shown with 3 possible options, the correct answer and the rest of the video are shown after the break. For a brief period in 2008, Around the Net included non-video content, memes and phenomena from the Internet, mixed with videos.
Attack This!
(formerly The List)[14]
A daily showcase of various things that the G4TV hosts recommend the viewers to buy, download etc. Presented by Olivia Munn
ATN After Hours (This is just a teaser, it never really happens) Same as the Around the Net segment, except that after the five videos, more adult content is shown in uncensored form. Airs on the early morning repeats only.
Blog Watch [15] The show cast goes around the blogosphere to find blogs that deal with very specific things.
BREAK! Moments in De-Evolution
(formerly Great Moments In De-Evolution) [16]
Kevin and Olivia review several online videos from BREAK.com of people doing ridiculous stunts, which usually end in bodily harm and/or property damage. Each video is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, with a different satirical value for each segment (e.g. "Out-of-control tire fires", "Rolling meth labs" or "Gun-totin' grannies").
DVDuesday [17] Chris Gore’s DVD and Bluray reviews and picks for DVD releases and rates them as: buy, rent, or pass . Shown each Tuesday.
Epic Fail Kevin and Olivia single out one online video in particular that has poor content, a contrived setting, or people who are clearly trying too hard. The term is derived from the Epic Fail meme perpetuated.
The Feed [18] Pop culture and technology news delivered in blurbs, presented by Kristin Adams, Alison Haislip or Blair Herter. Formerly presented by Layla Kayleigh. Also the branding of the program's news ticker.
Fresh Ink! [19] Blair Butler reviews upcoming comic book titles and rates them as: buy, browse, or burn. She also visits comic conventions.
Gadget Pr0n
(formerly AOTS Hardware)[20]
Contributing host Chris Hardwick joins Kevin to review and showcase the latest gadgets and gear.
Gamebreak Featuring Adam Sessler or Morgan Webb of X-Play, one of the two hosts gives the viewers the latest previews, topics, and more on upcoming and latest video games.
Go Hack Yourself Kevin, Olivia and/or another G4 personality give tips on how to hack and/or alter everyday gadgets, etc.
In Your Pants [21] Originally sex columnist Anna David and Olivia Munn give intimate relationship advice and opinions. That version of the segment has been replaced by footage of David doing person-on-the-street sex talk, with David never appearing in the studio.
It's #&*%ing Science! [22] Kevin or Olivia explain a science experiment, usually with a satirical effect.
Kings of Dot Comedy [23] Showcases famous comedians on the web.
The Loop [24] A daily forum hosted by Kevin Pereira featuring different opinions on the latest tech related news usually with one to three guests appearing live via satellite.
Military Tech [25] The latest in military weaponry narrated by Kevin.
Rides, Whips, and Hoons The show cast (typically Kevin) discuss new and/or experimental cars. A running gag about this segment revolves around no one knowing what a "hoon" actually is.
Robot News [26] A random segment which highlights the advancement of robotics and jest their imminent takeover of the world.
Sneakerheads [27] The latest in sneaker culture which includes the newest shoes to hit the market, blogs/websites on shoes, etc. Narrated by Kevin
Video Viewer Mail [28] Viewers send in videos of themselves, asking questions, giving opinions, etc. Olivia and Kevin originally introduced it by saying something along the lines of "Let's talk to you guys over in the army of monitor heads." until the army of monitor heads were retired in mid 2008.
Virtual Audience [29] Kevin and Olivia talk with viewers via webcams about various topics.
Web Tools [30] WebTools takes a look at the web-based applications that enrich your online life and tells you where you can find them.
What's Up with Japan?
(also called What's Up with the World?) [31]
Kevin talks about the strange occurrences within Japan, from tech to popular culture. In relating to Japan, the segment's title is also given in Japanese as 現代日本事情 (Gendai Nippon Jijō), a rough translation of the English title.
Who's Who on Youtube [32] Features rising or popular people on Youtube and their rise to fame.
Women of the Web [33] Kevin gives a rundown of the "Top 10" hottest women on the web for a given week. The segment spun off into full-length television specials including the "Next Woman of the Web" contest[34] won by Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill.[35]
WTF?! [36] Kevin discusses strange things on the web. Often this involves some obscure type of fetish.

Former segments

Below are former segments that appeared on Attack Of The Show!, listed in alphabetical order.

Title Synopsis
Asian Underground [37] Chris Gore and Jeff Wong discuss and review Asian movies and anime available on DVD.
Damn Good Downloads AOTS! shows viewers things they should be downloading on their computer. Hosted by Sarah Lane. "Gems of the Internet" which found oddities on the internet.
It Came From eBay Hosted by both Kevin and Olivia, the two look at the most outrageous things found on eBay.
Gems of the Internet Weird and wacky oddities found on the internet.
Jimmy the Geek A segment where gambling expert Jimmy The Geek gives out picks for smart betting on upcoming sporting events. Preditions are based on video game simulations, basic knowledge on the sport, history, statistics etc. Jimmy emulates a slimy individual often saying funny yet mildly sexual & obscene comments as metaphors to bets.
Know Your Candidates An in depth look at the 2008 presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama. [38]
Lil Wil's Discount Warehouse Hosted By Wil O'Neal, Wil gives the viewers latest in tech gadgets at a low price and a website to purchase the item.
Olivia's Rack Olivia Munn shares her favorite magazine articles.[39]
Sarah's Damn Good Website Sarah Lane shows viewers amusing or entertaining websites.
Sports Junk Zach Selwyn brings viewers the latest in sports news and in sports videogames.
The Lush
(also called The Lush for the Drunk)
The latest in tips and tricks to find and make drinks. Segment later hosted by Layla Kayleigh.
User Created Contest where fans and viewers of the show submit videos of a specific topic (80s videogame commercials, Horror films, Holiday specials, etc.) in exchange for prizes.

1000th Episode

Attack of the Show! celebrated their 1000th episode, on July 9, 2009 [40] starting at 7:00pm Eastern Standard Time. The show ran for two hours, highlighting the segments, skits, and other memorable moments from the show's previous 999 episodes.

Highlights included:

  • Kevin Pereira successfully catching a greased pig.
  • Tom Green smashing the red and gray set robots.
  • Epic failure of world’s first sky-written tweet.
  • Office Jesus returning.
  • Kevin Rose appearing via clip.
  • Kevin's first appearance on G4.
  • Sarah Lane appearing live in-studio, does AOTS Gauntlet (running on treadmill, attempting to blend McDonald's dollar menu, drinking shots of hot sauce) and briefly reminisces.
  • Never before seen audition tapes for Olivia Munn and Alison Haislip.
  • Alan Thicke joins the hosts to sing the Growing Pains theme, and made out with Olivia suddenly after.
  • A new music video by Parry Gripp with Kevin and Olivia in it.

International broadcasting

In Australia, the program has experienced a short but turbulent broadcast schedule. In September, 2006 long-time broadcaster of the show, HOW TO Channel in Australia stopped airing the program after the format no longer suited the channel's D.I.Y. format. However, in November 2007 Fuel TV (a sports channel) began airing the program. The program also films special episodes outside of the states; during certain times of the year it will travel to settings like Japan, Comic-Con, or Amsterdam and Jamaica for 4/20.

Attack of the Show is also available in Canada on G4 Canada. In the Philippines, episodes are aired with a one-week delay on Maxxx.

References

  1. ^ G4 Canada's Schedule
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ [3]
  5. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show Host - Kevin Pereira
  6. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show Host - Oliva Munn
  7. ^ [4]
  8. ^ [5]
  9. ^ [6]
  10. ^ [7]
  11. ^ [8]
  12. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - AOTS Classics
  13. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Around the Net
  14. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Attack This!
  15. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Blog Watch
  16. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - BREAK Moments in De-Evolution
  17. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - DVDuesday
  18. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - The Feed
  19. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Fresh Ink!
  20. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Gadget Pr0n
  21. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - In Your Pants
  22. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - It's #&*%ing Science!
  23. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Kings of Dot Comedy
  24. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - The Loop
  25. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Military Tech
  26. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Robot News
  27. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Sneakerheads
  28. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Video Viewer Mail
  29. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Virtual Audience
  30. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Web Tools
  31. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - What's Up With Japan
  32. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Who's Who on Youtube
  33. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Women of the Web
  34. ^ G4tv.com Women of the Web - Vote for G4's Next Woman of the Web
  35. ^ ActionFlickChick.com - Who Is G4's Next Woman of the Web?
  36. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - WTF?!
  37. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Asian Underground
  38. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Know Your Candidates
  39. ^ G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Attack of the Blog - Olivia's Rack
  40. ^ G4tv.com Press - G4S-ATTACK-OF-THE-SHOW-CELEBRATES-1000TH-EPISODE-WITH-A-LIVE-TWO-HOUR-SPECIAL-ON-JULY-9

External links


Attack of the Show!
File:AOTS
Format News, comedy, variety
Starring Kevin Pereira
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 1043
Production
Running time About 60 minutes with commercials
Broadcast
Original channel G4
Picture format 480i SDTV, 1080i HDTV
Original run March 28, 2005 (2005-03-28) – present
External links
Official website

Attack of the Show! (AOTS) is an American live television program shown weeknights on G4, G4 Tech TV in Canada[1] and Fuel TV in Australia.[2] The program is hosted by Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn. Attack of the Show! reviews new technological items, parodies, pop culture, and general daily news, and gives previews of video games, movies, and digital media.

Contents

History

The program is known for segments where viewers can call, chat (the Virtual Audience), and e-mail questions that are answered live on the show. The show premiered on March 28, 2005 as a replacement for The Screen Savers. The show originally aired live five days a week; the week of January 2, 2006, the show was truncated to air for only four days a week. Fridays formerly featured a "Mash Up" which compiles the best segments from the week's four live shows. The show returned to the air live, five days a week, in September 2008, but G4 announced as of March 2, 2009, Attack Of The Show! would be cut back once again to four days a week with a "best of" show running in the Friday time-slot. Attack of the Show! aired its 1,000th episode on July 9, 2009.[3] Attack of the Show! upgraded to High Definition on April 5, 2010 to coincide with its first ever "Epic April" event of new premieres and stunts.

Personalities

File:Attack of the Show at Comic Con by Gage
Munn and Pereira on a panel for Attack of the Show! at the 2008 Comic Con in San Diego, California.

Host Kevin Rose left the G4 Network, along with AOTS, on May 22, 2005. The show announced a search for a new host among the show's audience, and for several months various candidates auditioned on the air. In the end none of the candidates were actually selected, although this was never actually announced on the air. Sarah Lane, who had previously been a co-host and segment contributor, gradually became the show's official host. She continued in this capacity until Thursday, April 6, 2006, when she and Brendan Moran announced their engagement and stated that they would be leaving the show.[4] The Morans appeared on the show, via satellite, on July 13, 2006 to talk about their adventures. The couple had been involved with TechTV and G4 since 2001, and their departure, like Rose's, was greeted with distress by the show's fans.

Olivia Munn was hired to replace Lane and began hosting on Monday, April 10, 2006. She also attempted the Ninja Warrior competition, showing her sexy side of AOTS. Zach Selwyn, the runner up on ESPN's Dream Job, was hired to replace Moran and started his hosting duties a week later on April 17, 2006. Munn has been appearing less on the show. Munn said at the 2010 Comic Con that she is not leaving AOTS. In the recent absence of Munn, AOTS has featured several guest co-hosts including Morgan Webb, Alison Haislip, Jessica Chobot, Carrie Keagan, and Candace Bailey. AOTS has also featured Chris Hardwick in the occasional absence of regular host Kevin Pereira.

Correspondents

Segments

Below are segments that currently appear on Attack of the Show!, listed in alphabetical order.

Title Synopsis
AOTS Classics[5] Memorable clips from the shows past.
Around the Net[6] A daily profile of websites featuring the top five online videos with unique or bizarre idiosyncrasies. Videos are usually accompanied by a mock interview with an "expert" or them acting out the circumstances of the video, if possible. Sub-segments includes: "Women on Wheels" (when videos portray women drivers doing ditzy things), "Monk Shot" (When a video includes something sounding similar to "Monk Shot", and "Shenanigans Lab" (debunking fake videos). Before and after certain commercial breaks an ATNesque segment called "What Happens Next?" (formerly just "Around the Net") airs, where part of a video is shown with 3 possible options, the correct answer and the rest of the video are shown after the break. For a brief period in 2008, "Around the Net" included non-video content, memes and phenomena from the Internet, mixed with videos.
Asian Underground[7] Chris Gore and Jeff Wong discuss and review Asian movies and anime available on DVD.
Attack This!
(formerly The List)[8]
A daily showcase of various things that the G4TV hosts recommend the viewers to buy, download, etc. Presented by Olivia Munn
Blog Watch[9] The show cast goes around the blogosphere to find blogs that deal with very specific things.
BREAK! Moments in De-Evolution
(formerly Great Moments In De-Evolution)[10]
Pereira and Munn review several online videos from BREAK.com of people doing ridiculous stunts, which usually end in bodily harm and/or property damage. Each video is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, with a different satirical value for each segment (e.g., "Out-of-control tire fires", "Rolling meth labs" or "Gun-totin' grannies").
DVDuesday[11] Chris Gore’s DVD and Bluray reviews and rates them as: buy, rent, or pass. Shown each Tuesday.
Epic Fail Pereira and Munn single out one online video in particular that has poor content, a contrived setting, or people who are clearly trying too hard.
The Feed[12] Pop culture and technology news delivered in blurbs, presented by Kristin Adams, Alison Haislip, Candace Bailey or Blair Herter. Formerly presented by Layla Kayleigh. Also the branding of the program's news ticker.
Fresh Ink![13] Blair Butler reviews upcoming comic book titles and rates them as: buy, browse, or burn. She also visits comic conventions.
Gadget Pr0n
(formerly AOTS Hardware)[14]
Contributing host Chris Hardwick joins Pereira to review and showcase the latest gadgets and gear.
Gamebreak Featuring Adam Sessler or Morgan Webb of X-Play; one of the two hosts gives the viewers the latest previews, topics, and more on upcoming and latest video games.
Go Hack Yourself Pereira, Munn, and/or another G4 personality give tips on how to hack or alter everyday gadgets, etc.
In Your Pants[15] Sex columnist Anna David and Olivia Munn give intimate relationship advice and opinions. That version of the segment has been replaced by footage of David doing person-on-the-street sex talk, with David never appearing in the studio. AOTS spoofs this segment by replacing David with Drunk Uncle Ted, a mannequin who talks and is drunk all the time, giving bad advice to random people on the streets of Los Angeles, California.
It's #&*%ing Science![16] Pereira or Munn explain a science experiment, usually with a satirical effect. Spun off to It's Effin' Science in June 2010.
Kings of Dot Comedy[17] Showcases famous comedians on the web.
Lethal Defense[18] Weston Scott shows different military or combat defense techniques.
The Loop[19] A daily forum hosted by Kevin Pereira featuring different opinions on the latest tech related news usually with one to three guests appearing live via satellite.
MMA Chokehold[20] Pereira with Blair Butler or Blair Herter and a mixed martial artist discuss their picks for an upcoming UFC fight.
Military Tech[21] The latest in military weaponry narrated by Pereira.
Rides, Whips, and Hoons The show cast (typically Pereira) discuss new and/or experimental cars.
Robot News[22] A random segment which highlights the advancement of robotics and their imminent takeover of the world.
Sneakerheads[23] The latest in sneaker culture which includes the newest shoes to hit the market, blogs/websites on shoes, etc. Narrated by Pereira.
Video Viewer Mail[24] Viewers send in videos of themselves, asking questions, giving opinions, etc. Munn and Pereira originally introduced it by saying something along the lines of "Let's talk to you guys over in the army of monitor heads" until the army of monitor heads were retired in mid 2008.
Web Tools[25] "WebTools" takes a look at the web-based applications that enrich online life and where to find them.
What's Up with Japan?
(also called What's Up with the World?)[26]
Pereira talks about the strange occurrences within Japan, from tech to popular culture. In relating to Japan, the segment's title is also given in Japanese as 現代日本事情 (Gendai Nippon Jijō), a rough translation of the English title.
Who's Who on Youtube[27] Features rising or popular people on Youtube and their rise to fame.
WTF?![28] Pereira discusses strange things on the web. Often this involves some obscure type of fetish. Spun off to Web Soup.

Former segments

Below are former segments that appeared on Attack Of The Show!, listed in alphabetical order.

Title Synopsis
ATN After Hours Same as the Around the Net segment, except that after the five videos, more adult content is shown in uncensored form. Airs on the early morning repeats only.
Damn Good Downloads AOTS! shows viewers things they should be downloading on their computer. Hosted by Sarah Lane. "Gems of the Internet" which found oddities on the internet.
It Came From eBay Hosted by both Pereira and Munn, the two look at the most outrageous things found on eBay.
Gems of the Internet Weird and wacky oddities found on the internet.
Jimmy the Geek A segment where gambling expert Jimmy The Geek gives out picks for smart betting on upcoming sporting events. Predictions are based on video game simulations, basic knowledge on the sport, history, statistics etc. Jimmy emulates a slimy individual often saying funny yet mildly sexual & obscene comments as metaphors to bets.
Know Your Candidates[29] An in depth look at the 2008 presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama.
Lil Wil's Discount Warehouse Hosted By Wil O'Neal, Wil gives the viewers latest in tech gadgets at a low price and a website to purchase the item.
Olivia's Rack Olivia Munn shares her favorite magazine articles.[30]
Sarah's Damn Good Website Sarah Lane shows viewers amusing or entertaining websites.
Sports Junk Zach Selwyn brings viewers the latest in sports news and in sports video games.
The Lush
(also called The Lush for the Drunk)
The latest in tips and tricks to find and make drinks. Segment later hosted by Layla Kayleigh.
User Created Contest where fans and viewers of the show submit videos of a specific topic (80s video game commercials, Horror films, Holiday specials, etc.) in exchange for prizes.
Virtual Audience[31] Pereira and Munn talk with viewers via webcams about various topics.
Women of the Web[32] Pereira gives a rundown of the "Top 10" hottest women on the web for a given week. The segment spun off into full-length television specials including the "Next Woman of the Web" contest[33] won by Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill.[34]

1000th episode

Attack of the Show! celebrated their 1000th episode, on July 9, 2009[35] starting at 7:00pm Eastern Standard Time. The show ran for two hours, highlighting the segments, skits, and other memorable moments from the show's previous 999 episodes.

Highlights included:

International broadcasting

In Australia, the program has experienced a short but turbulent broadcast schedule. In September, 2006 long-time broadcaster of the show, HOW TO Channel in Australia stopped airing the program after the format no longer suited the channel's D.I.Y. format. In November 2007 Fuel TV (a sports channel) began airing the program. The program also films special episodes outside of the states; during certain times of the year it will travel to settings like Japan, Comic-Con, or Amsterdam and Jamaica for 4/20.

Attack of the Show! is also available in Canada on G4 Canada. In the Philippines, episodes are no longer aired because they were cancelled by Maxxx.

References

  1. ^ "G4 Canada's Schedule". G4. http://www.g4techtv.ca/static/schedule.shtml. Retrieved July 14, 2010. 
  2. ^ "TVGuide". Fuel TV. http://www.foxsports.com.au/fueltv/tvguide/. Retrieved July 14, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Attack of the Show! - 1000th Episode". G4TV. http://e3.g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/episodes/8703/attack-of-the-show---1000th-episode.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  4. ^ "Sarah Lane Gettin' Hitched And Leaving AOTS!". DFH News. 3 April 2006. http://doorfromhell.com/thelair/?p=1510. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  5. ^ "Attack of the Show - AOTS Classics". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/classics/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  6. ^ "Attack of the Show - Around the Net". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/aroundthenet/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  7. ^ "G4tv.com Attack of the Show - Asian Underground". http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/asianunderground/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  8. ^ "Attack of the Show - Attack This!". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/attackthis/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  9. ^ ["Attack of the Show - Blog Watch". G4tv.com. [http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/blogwatch/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  10. ^ "Attack of the Show - BREAK Moments in De-Evolution". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/deevolution/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  11. ^ "Attack of the Show - DVDuesday". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/dvduesday/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  12. ^ "Attack of the Show - The Feed". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/thefeed/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  13. ^ "Attack of the Show - Fresh Ink!". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/freshink/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  14. ^ "Attack of the Show - Gadget Pr0n". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/gadgetpr0n/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  15. ^ "Attack of the Show - In Your Pants". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/inyourpants/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  16. ^ "Attack of the Show - It's #&*%ing Science!". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/itseffingscience/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  17. ^ "Attack of the Show - Kings of Dot Comedy". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/kingsofdotcomedy/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  18. ^ "Attack of the Show - Lethal Defense". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/LethalDefense/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  19. ^ "Attack of the Show - The Loop". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/theloop/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  20. ^ "Attack of the Show - MMA Chokehold". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/mmachikehold/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  21. ^ "Attack of the Show - Military Tech". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/militarytech/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  22. ^ "Attack of the Show - Robot News". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/robotnews/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  23. ^ "Attack of the Show - Sneakerheads". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/sneakerheads/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  24. ^ "Attack of the Show - Video Viewer Mail". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/vvm.aspx. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  25. ^ "Attack of the Show - Web Tools". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/webtools/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
  26. ^ "Attack of the Show - What's Up With Japan". G4tv.com. http://g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/whatsupwithjapan/index.html. Retrieved July 14, 21010. 
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