During Comic-Con, the war to end all wars took place: the battle over which internet media team was the best laser tag competitor, Nerdist or Rocket Jump. It started when our Editor in Chief, Brian Walton, ate the wrong box of leftovers from the communal fridge, but things really escalated when game time finally arrived. In the end, Nerdist dominated the competition over our office-mates… or did we? It wasn’t long after the battle that the leader of RocketJump’s opposition, Jake Andrews, learned something interesting: there was a glitch in the system that proved Freddie Wong and co. actually won the match. But does this conspiracy go even deeper than that? Find out in the final installment of the Nerdist v RocketJump trilogy on This Week in RocketJump:
Finished mourning Brian’s untimely demise in three… two… one…
Who knew Nerdist News’ Jessica Chobot was so sinister? Sorry, what we mean to say is who didn’t know that she was so sinister? There’s literally a stack of files on her desk labeled “evil plans to take over the world with kittens.” Kittens, guys. Kittens. How more evil can one be? Though, it is kind of hard to be evil when you can be taken out so easily by a conveniently placed banana peel.
Is this truly the end of the Nerdist / RocketJump rivalry? Let us know your predictions in the comments below.