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Attack Of The Show!: Chris Jericho, DVDuesday

AotS has a whole lot of Chris & Daves for you today. First it's Chris Jericho from WWE fame to discuss his new hosting gig for the eBaum's World television show. Then we get Chris Gore for his regular DVDuesday segment. Anna David goes "In Your Pants" and "The Loop" finds out about those mysterious "lost" episodes of Chappelle's Show.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x124
Production Number: 6100
Airdate: Tuesday July 11th, 2006

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Guest Stars
Anna DavidAnna David
As "In Your Pants" Sex Expert
Chris GoreChris Gore
As "DVDuesday" Critic
Charlie MurphyCharlie Murphy
As "The Loop" Panel Member
Chris IrvineChris Irvine
As Himself
Donnell RawlingsDonnell Rawlings
As "The Loop" Panel Member
Main Cast
Chris GoreChris Gore
As Himself
Blair ButlerBlair Butler
As Herself
Jason FrankovitzJason Frankovitz
voiced Announcer
Kevin PereiraKevin Pereira
As Himself
Olivia MunnOlivia Munn
As Herself
Layla KayleighLayla Kayleigh
As Herself
Sarah LaneSarah Lane
As Herself
Brendan MoranBrendan Moran
As Himself
Episode Quotes
Chris Gore: Is more nude Sharon Stone good? I'm saying 'No'.

Episode Goofs
During the episode's original airing, at the final commercial break, while the preview for the next show is airing, the preview was made smaller to include a graphic of the Banzai's "Tonight's Leaders" board. The bottom of the graphic also included a promo showing "Cinematech:NE - Coming Up Next". An episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation was actually the episode to air after AotS; however, Banzai and Cinematech: Nocternal Emmisions was schedualed to air that night.

It is assumed that the graphic came from the previous week's Banzai episode, since that night's airing contained the same graphic during Banzai, but had different board leaders.

Cultural References
Kevin: They bring back the Sports Almanac and Biff hits them with a cane.

While speaking about the new Dr. Who DVD box set release, Kevin makes this reference to the time traveling movie Back to the Future II.

Episode References
Chris Gore uses "Burn" to describe one of his DVDuesday picks (a place where he usually uses "Pass"). "Burn" is usually reserved for Blair Butler's "Fresh Ink" comic book segments. Both Chris and Kevin mention this connection.

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