For the Nerd-War, both teams must perform a Nerd Anthem that:
Must be full of nerdy references
Celebrate nerd culture
Be so catchy that it would be someone's ringtone
It's hard for me to tell who was better. Having the camera cut zillions of times didn't help. Celeste and Moogega could be passable dancers.
Servants of the Forsaken Orb won with Nerds Are King:
While Blextrophy did Talk Nerdy to Me:
I speculate that two of the judges (one of Garfunkel & Oates, MC Frontalot) were probably impressed by the Servants' edgy lyrics. Blextrophy's song sounds like something school principals/applicable club leaders would like to try to push on kids.
It's Genevieve vs. Virgil in the Nerd-Off: high score in Dance Central 3 for Kinect. Genevieve edges Virgil to survive. Virgil believes that had he made a Flawless Finish, he would've won.
That's two occasions Genevieve got herself together after crying to win a Nerd-Off.
Big announcement at the end: teams are now dissolved. Every Nerd for him/herself for the next two episodes. Zeruel, I see what you're saying about the hosts. I think Curtis is one of two unsung heroes of KotN (the other being Chicken Panda). However, if they got rid of Carradine, who would Curtis talk when the Nerds are in action? Jaleel White?
(hmm, that would be an inspired choice, but isn't that Syfy show he hosts still on?)
Some of that was really hard to watch. I think Blex has the better "hook", but SotFO had the better performance.
Originally posted by JALman Zeruel, I see what you're saying about the hosts. I think Curtis is one of two unsung heroes of KotN (the other being Chicken Panda). However, if they got rid of Carradine, who would Curtis talk when the Nerds are in action? Jaleel White?
That would suck if Curtis was alone, I will grant you that. I love the comments they make to each other and it wouldn't be as neat if he was just saying it as commentary to the audience.
They remind me of the Mythusters. Robert is Jamie, quieter of the two and less outgoing. Curtis is Adam, more outgoing and appears more comfortable in front of the camera.
http://www.variety.com/index.asp?layout=festivals&jump=story&id=1061&articleid=VR1117999799&cs=1 The director of X-Men: The Last Stand to adapt Rob Liefield's Youngblood. My gut reaction is: Ugh. I'll stand by that.