Dan Ahdoot (Tonight Show, Super Fun Night) has a dirty little secret: he plays Falafel Phil on Disney’s Kickin’ It. Dan watches an episode of Kickin’ It for the first time in years, tells all about his difficult decision to… more
Eddie Pepitone (The Bitter Buddha) joins Craig to watch the series finale of All in the Family. Eddie and Craig watch while incorrectly assuming that Edith will die. Eddie tries to figure out why Carroll O’Connor did a spin-off and… more
Meryl Rowin (illustrator, and Craig’s Wife) watches an episode of Grim Tales hosted by Rik Mayall from Drop Dead Fred (and The Young Ones, of course). Meryl discusses why Rumpelstiltskin is so scary, breaks down the inappropriate made-for-tv-movies she watched… more
Henry Zebrowski (The Wolf of Wall Street, Your Pretty Face is Going To Hell) drops by Craig’s hotel room to watch “The Counselor” episode of Mr. Belvedere, in which Wesley gets molested. Do you really need any more information than that?… more
Adam Newman (Comedy Central) revisits Small Wonder, a 1980s sitcom about a robotic girl created by a family man. Adam and Craig discuss how creepy the show’s concept is, talk about smoking cigars like men, and go into great detail… more
Jill Donnelly (UCB Theatre, The Moth) invites Craig over, makes some dinner and watches a vintage episode of Antiques Roadshow — are you enticed? Jill and Craig put guns to each other’s heads to find out what they should collect… more
Thomas Middleditch (HBO’s Silicon Valley) is a gentleman and a dandy who chose to watch the Morgan Freeman narrated Through the Wormhole. Thomas and Craig talk God, the create-tor, brain helmets and computer universes. And, of course, Matt Mira makes… more
Jonah Ray (Nerdist, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail) watches an episode from season 10 of Cheers in which Cliff Clavin tries stand-up. Jonah and Craig talk about older people trying comedy, wonder what a Full House reunion would be… more
It’s That Episode
Craig Rowin (Adult Swim's Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell, UCB Theatre) invites comedians over to his apartment to watch any TV show they want. They talk about the show and a bunch of other crap.
Nerdist is a place where we nerds come together and share the nerdery that we find. It's also my home to various elements of the Nerdist Empire. You might recognize me from TV. You don't realize that's where you know me from, but it is. You think you went to college with me or I look like your cousin's friend, but that is not the case. At one time or another you stumbled upon me on your moving picture box in such cerebral gems as MTV's "Singled Out" and Noam Chomsky's "Shipmates." and so much more...