Our guest programming director from Japan introduces G4's newest animal-based television show.
Internet news from the not so distant future - Japanese style! Are you 1337 enough to get everything in this vid?
This exclusive *******www.JustForLaughs**** webseries pilot submitted by the uber 1337 h4x0rz: MI Productions.
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I love the new TV show I survived a Japanese Gameshow and what did I do at Defcon? Met Chewbacca? Met Jason, Mike Myers? Black Power Ranger? Ohh Yeah!
Nintendo commercial, old times....
OH MY GOD - THIS IS SO FUNNY
Yay funny time in Japan = fake terrorism and shooting, apparently! Poor, poor Japanese man. But highly entertaining for us. Domo arigato.
In this episode of Ghosthunting and Milkshakes the team explores the Texas Confederate Women's home.
This was the final resting place for thousands of women who were deemed unable to care for themselves after their spouses died in the Civil War. It served these patients in good ways and bad for over 55 years.
Today it's owned by the non profit Austin Group for the Elderly (AGE) who contacted us to investigate the many unexplainable things happening within it's walls. Join the team as they explore the paranormal hot spot that served as the hospital's morgue. Watch as they go where no other U.S. based paranormal group has dared to venture!
Review of Milkshakes at Cookie Lounge. Join us for our freakiest episode yet. More at *******www.hauntedreport**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
"You're never too far from 12th and Lamar" is how the popular saying goes at The Tavern in Austin, Texas. However, the unpopular saying is, "Emily had a hard life..."
Will Alex, Aaron and David find a spirit's presence at this brothel-turned-bar? Find out in this thrilling installment of Ghosthunting and Milkshakes.
Milkshake reviews at Dirty Martins across from the University of Texas at Austin.
More episodes at *******www.hauntedreport**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
In the premiere episode of the TV show phenomenon Ghosthunting and Milkshakes, Alex Parrish, David J. Neff and Aaron Bramley explore a haunted location in Leander, Texas.
The trio search for ghosts with infrared cameras, digital cameras and EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) recorders. At the end of the episode they review a strawberry milkshake from P. Terry's in Austin, Texas.
More at *******www.hauntedreport**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
In the second installment of Ghosthunting and Milkshakes, Alex, David and Aaron head to Round Rock, Texas, to visit The Mansion of Terror Haunted House during the off season. The Haunted Attraction serves thousands of people during the Halloween season but rumors of ghosts abound from the folks who work there.
Then the team is back in Austin, for Milkshakes at Amy's Ice Cream on South Lamar. Distributed by Tubemogul.