The 404 339: Where Wilson refuses to apologize to thousands of Star Trek fans Video
Look for me and Wilson at an Ed Hardy store near you! We might just pop up on your television set, too, if all goes well with a casting call in L.A. asking for Asian-Americans to audition for a reality show based on "Jersey Shore" and "The Hills."
Wilson joins us on the show from the CNET office in San Francisco. We grill him about his loyalty to the East Coast and why he refuses to take showers in the office, and also chat about teenagers querying Osama bin Laden, a Nintendo 3DS augmented reality icon, & a gross Japanese kissing machine.
Rafe spills the beans on the "Star Trek" book he wrote as a kid.
On the Green Show this week, Google is working on a greenhouse gas map, California is testing offshore wind farms, and "Star Trek" alumnus William Shatner is spearheading an intergalactic battle for greener gadgets.
Oakley and golf champ Bubba Watson have teamed to build the world's first hovercraft golf cart. A physicist invents a way to write e-mail using a guitar, and a "Star Trek" phaser rifle from the original series sells for a staggering sum.
Molly Wood gets inside Industrial Light and Magic to get a sneak peek at the new "Star Trek" movie, and more importantly, a look at Han Solo encased in carbonite. Yeah. They've got some amazing stuff there.
The Jetsons becomes a reality; some creepy crawlers get made over into flashy, USB-powered robots that are just ripe for holiday stockings; and we check out a tutorial on how to install your own Star Trek-worthy pneumatic doors.
Stupid Andy returns to the show and delivers an impressive cover of Christina Aguilera's "Genie in a Bottle" using just an iPad and the Classic Guitar app! Andy also shows off his new non-Apple tablet, so be sure to check out Wilson throwing a schoolboy fit in the studio in protest.
Out of the thousands of songs on your iPod, there's gotta be a bunch you've been neglecting. Patrick will show you how to revisit those golden oldies you forgot you even owned.
A hilarious comedy in the vein of "Something About Mary" and "Dumb and Dumber" and chock-full of Larry the Cable Guy?s trademark, take-no-prisoners humor, "Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector" marks the arrival of a new low-brow hero. The film is directed by Trent Cooper, and also stars Joe Pantoliano, Joanna Cassidy, Tom Wilson and Tony Hale.