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(Wired)   Host of "The Talking Dead" shows his true nerd credentials. There are a lot of Star Wars stories recently, and not all of them are worth your time. Example to the left   (wired.com) divider line 3
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2013-02-12 05:13:58 PM  
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My issue with him is that he tries too hard to let you know that he is a nerd.  Like really hard.  He isn't acting like a geek,  he talks about being a geek.  I also don't really like shows where people talk about the shows and what they like about them.  That's what I have friends for.  He seems to be in a lot of these, especially the horrible doctor who specials bbc america puts together.  Why can they just give us the creators talk about their creations, or show us behind the scenes stuff, you like confidential did before it was sacrificed.

I don't hate the guy though, his whole schtik is just annoying.
2013-02-12 12:40:11 PM  
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So that guy was supposed to be a comedian? Never would have guessed.
2013-02-12 12:15:48 PM  
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Maybe it's just me but Chris Hardwick has got to be the least funny person I've ever seen on my television. It was cringe worthy watching him on Web Soup.
 
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