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May The Force Be With You

Rebels, It’s Cold Outside: A Star Wars Christmas Song

In this song, nerd rock band Kirby Krackle team with the Doubleclicks to bring us a song where Han Solo and Princess Leia debate whether or not to go through all the effort of finding Luke, I mean dumb guy just had to get lost during a storm, on Hoth.

This is probably the best retread of this song I’ve heard since Donald Faison and Zach Braff did it.


It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

“Christmas Ain’t About Me Anymore,” A Song About Being the Oldest

The Doubleclicks have written a song about something every older sibling whose family celebrates a big gift giving holiday has gone through at one point. Youngest siblings and only children, you might want to sit this one out. This is for the big kids.



The Doubleclicks Wrote an Ode to Agent Coulson

Is that a new guitar, Angela and Aubrey? Is it strung with my heartstrings?


Faster than a speeding bullet!

The Story of a Post Apocalyptic Turtle

This might be the most cheerful post apocalypse story I’ve heard yet. Granted, that’s not a tough bar to clear. Does Adventure Time count? Was that a spoiler?


And Now For Something Completely Different

New Doubleclicks Song “Dimetrodon” Will Make You Love Prehistoric Predators

If you thought that giant extinct monsters couldn’t be comforting, you thought wrong.


it's time to play the music

A Love Song… For Internet Trolls

The Doubleclicks are starting a new project for the rest of 2013: Weekly Song Wednesday, promising a new song every Wednesday for the rest of the year. And to kick it off to a perfect start, they’ve got this wonderful love letter to trolls and hateful commenters everywhere. Enjoy.

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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Take A Look At Some Of The Many Geek Girl Sentiments Inspired By The Doubleclicks’ “Nothing To Prove”

The Doubleclicks’ music video celebrating all geek girls brought together members of the geek community to celebrate the many geek girls out there and assert once again that fake geeks, male or female, do not exist. The enthusiasm for that “Nothing to Prove” concept continues on The Doubleclicks’ and Geek Girls Have #NothingtoProve‘s respective Tumblrs, the latter of which is still collecting story submissions. We’ve compiled enough of our favorite photos of ladies proving they have nothing to prove to cover a whole spectrum of geeky interests and experiences.


Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

The Doubleclicks’ “Fake” Geek Girl Video Has Nothing to Prove

At the beginning of this month girl nerd band and sister act the Doubleclicks asked the lady geek community (with help from some special guest stars like Kelly Sue DeConnick, Marian Call, Wil Wheaton, Paul and Storm, Adam Savage and more) to help them make a music video, and it just might put a tear in your eye.

Previously in The Doubleclicks


Audience Participation

Geek Girl Band “The Doubleclicks” Need Your Help With Their Music Video!

The Doubleclicks, nerdy musician extraordinaires, have been repping the ladies in the nerdoverse since their inception. We’ve mentioned them before.

Now, they need some people to help them out.

For their music video “Nothing to Prove” (a song about being a girl geek even when there are haters hating left and right), they are crowdsourcing footage of women holding up signs talking about what got them into geek culture in the first place, or about what sort of nerd they are. Check out the song above, and go to their website to see what you can do to contribute to the project.

Us “fake geek girls” have to stick together!

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: George Lucas Got Married!

Congrats to Star Wars creator George Lucas and Mellody Hobson, who were married on Friday at Skywalker Ranch. (via The Hollywood Reporter, photo by Donna Newman)