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Wil Wheaton Makes “4 Points”

It’s Wil Wheaton and Just Cos‘s Chloe Dykstra on the Nerdist Channel’s 4 Points with Alex Albrecht! Yes! They join Alex and Alison Haislip to discuss four of the week’s hot topics, including a bank-robbing Darth Vader on a bike, an expensive prototype iPad, the zombie apocalypse, and maybe the worst meal ever. Oh, and this week, the topics are divided into separate videos in a playlist, so dom’t be alarmed.

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  1. Quiet Giant says:


    It says: SAVE TCATS

  2. thrsmnmyhdbtsntm says:

    love the show but keep it together. breaking up the segments just seems like an asinine attempt to drive up the views count.

  3. Eamon says:

    I think you can embed these as a playlist, can’t you? I’d much prefer to autoplay to the next video than rewinding and hitting the next point link.

  4. my_leisure says:

    So what did Chloe’s shirt say, because I’ll save it!

  5. Matt Grandis says:

    Ah, fantastic! I love this show.

    Seriously, who still needs television with the Nerdist and Geek and Sundry channels around? It’s absolutely amazing what you have achieved qualitywise. Now I long for the day when it’s fnancially feasible to produce and broadcast scripted drama this way. Just imagine the magnificent genre shows (or even movies!) we could have. The Guild obviously paved the way, but money is still the biggest issue. The creative talent is able and willing, that much I learned from talking to colleagues. But advertising money alone just isn’t enough in the long run. Especially with so many viewers using ad blockers in their browsers.

    I fear bigger budgeted shows will never work without a fee-based subscription service. Kickstarter has shown us that people are willing to chip in, but the majority seems to shy away from monthly subscription fees. What can we do to raise acceptance for fee-based internet television?