Introducing a game show of fandom minutiae one-upmanship, where nerds do what nerds do best: flaunt encyclopedic nerd knowledge at Millennium Falcon nerd-speed.
Caldwell Tanner, Siobhan Thompson, and Nate Dern inspect guns and review the Diagon Alley bar scene.
Can Jared Logan, Daniel O’Brien, and Haley Mancini identify droids by sight and monsters by sound?
Ally Beardsley, Adam Conover, and Alice Wetterlund arrange Sailor Scouts and dethrone stewards.
Sorting swords proves an arduous task for contestants Ally Beardsley, Ify Nwadiwe, and Becca Scott.
Brennan Lee Mulligan, Siobhan Thompson, and Adam Conover name dragons and parse nonlinear timelines.
Zac Oyama, Becca Scott, and Thomas Middleditch scrutinize anime jazz and interplanetary linguistics.
Power-ups and sibling rivalries beleaguer Ify Nwadiwe, DC Pierson, and Emily Axford.
Middle-earthian bards regale Brian Murphy, Amy Vorpahl, and Matt Mercer, plus a lesson in THAC0.
Adam Lustick, Dan Black, and Jackie Kashian appraise MTG cards and scream for superhuman ice cream.
Ally Beardsley, Zach Sherwin, and Siobhan Thompson assess Pokémon's missteps and Merlin's real age.
Spellcasters hex Nick Marini, Emily Heller, and Edgar Momplaisir into forgetting the game's rules.
Juggernaut and Filch have much in common according to Natalie Palamides, Demi Adejuyigbe, and Murph.
Hector Navarro, Ryan Martin, and Zach Kornfeld delve into Darth Vader and deleted scenes.
Shane Crown, Zeke Nicholson, and Ally Beardsley sample space appetizers and make sense of mwahahas.
Matt Kirshen, Becca Scott, and Amy Vorpahl earn heart points and liken dragons to Spice Girls.
Shane Crown, Jordan Doll, and Ify Nwadiwe beef up like Goku and consider going alt-Sith.
Brennan Lee Mulligan, Ryan Martin, and Jackie Kashian ponder pink kryptonite and missing mages.
Nathan Yaffe, Haley Mancini, and Kirk Damato question Xena's powers and make bribes for Pokémon.
Shane Crown, Jenny Lorenzo, and Erika Ishii shudder over underwater levels and moving to Florida.
Jordan Doll, Jon Gutierrez, and Maggie Mae Fish admire Gelflings' wings and Ser Mandon Moore's bops.
Hector Navarro, Danielle Radford, and Nick Mundy play name-that-robot and learn ALF's real name.
Matt Mercer, Becca Scott, and Jon Gabrus identify with Tingle and fixate on New Zealand.
Zac Oyama, Kirk Damato, Sam Bashor fear for their gamer cred and admire Crash Bandicoot's style.
Amy Vorpahl, Emma Fyffe, and Stef Woodburn defend Petunia Dursley and Pluto's planethood.