Danica McKellar, Jason Hervey, Olivia d'Abo, Fred Savage, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, and Josh Saviano recently reunited to record content for the upcoming The Wonder Years: The Complete Series DVD collection. Want to see what they all look like now?
Imagine What You'll Know Tomorrow
Math whiz Danica McKeller is back with another episode of her new web series Math Bites! Check out the first episode here. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
Danica McKellar’s New Nerdist Channel Show, “Math Bites,” Is Kind of Adorable (Though It Needs A Better Name)
Well, now we just want pie.
While we can't quite figure out whether it's geared towards kids or not, we definitely love that Danica McKellar is doing a show for the Nerdist that's all about her love of math. This first episode is all about Pi and features a cover of the first hundred or so digits set to "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies." That's all you can ask for, really.
Having an older brother who teaches math in a way that wouldn't bore you our of your mind, I can appreciate Danica McKellar's (yes, Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years) work here. Anyway, it's a new series on The Nerdist YouTube channel called "Math Bites," with new episodes every Thursday. Give it a watch, especially when she kicks it up a notch around 3:14 (HA HA HA). You may even see a few other familiar faces. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
TK-421 Why Aren't You At Your Post?
The Nerdist and Star Wars' Course for the Force is in full effect thanks to a web series filled with fantastic guest stars. The series is building up to the actual race to benefit Make-A-Wish that will end up at San Diego Comic-Con once again this year. If you missed Episode I, check that out here (Episode II is after the jump). But episode three features a few folks our readers might be familiar with, namely The Walking Dead's Michael Rooker and math-whiz Danica McKellar...AS BOUNTY HUNTERS!
Bloody Good FunSyfy original movies have a reputation. I'm not going to say what kind but let's just say you know what you're going to get going in. The upcoming Tasmanian Devils looks to be no different. It stars Danica McKellar, Olympic gold medalist Apolo Ohno, and Battlestar Galactica's Rekha Sharma, and premieres January 19. The trailer is quite gruesome so be careful if you're watching while on lunch.