Returning to Pointless, Brian Redban gets down and dirty with gas station male enhancement pills, the future of smart cars, and dumb Apple design choices on this week's show. Don’t have time to prep all your fixins? Go to https://www.blueapron.com/pointless and get 2 free ready-to-cook meals with free shipping. Follow Brian on : https://www.twitter.com/redban Follow Kevin on : https://www.twitter.com/Attack @AttackSnap on Snapchat
Dearest Diary, it's been ages since our last correspondence. Over the past few weeks, I've been working on myself and my career and I'd like to fill you all in. In this chapter: Teslas, Hardwick's Wedding and Alison Haislip gets high-ish. Follow Kevin on : @Attack on @kevper on Instagram @AttackSnap on Snapchat
Comedian and director Derrick Beckles pores over his life as a comic and clears up some head-scratching Wikipedia citations in the process on this week's Pointless Podcast.
Comedian Erica Rhodes explores the therapeutic benefits of trampolines, dating, and doing comedy on this week's Pointless Podcast.
DC's Tiffany Smith discusses the trials and rewards of growing up a nerd, recreational drug use (or lack thereof), and a twisted take on Disneyland.
Actor Frank Grillo talks about his early career as a Wall Street stock broker, acting on soap operas, and and his new film, The Purge: Election Year.
Journalist turned filmmaker David Farrier discusses the finer points of professional tickling, Trent Reznor, and his new documentary, Tickled.
Mike Diva steps into the studio and talks to Kevin about spending a weekend in jail, his rise to the YouTube annals of greatness, and of course our lord and savior, Trump-san.
Competitive Call of Duty Players Neslo (Jeremy Olsen) and Proofy (Jordan Cannon) sit down with Kevin and talk eSports training, performance enhancing drugs, and Echo Fox Gaming.
Producer and comedian Sam Reich talks with Kevin about bad high school experiences, the upcoming of CollegeHumor, and the strange world of politics.
Actress-singer-nerd Janina Gavankar and Kevin talk TV, Hulu, and inspiring the youth. Plus, her thoughts on the taste of Soylent after trying it for the first time.
Kevin and fellow Attack producers Alex Corea, Corrado Caretto, and Jeremy Hache discuss all the makings of our new studio, plans with Twitch, the work with Comic Con HQ, and of course, memories from G4 and "Attack of the Show!"