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  1. Prepare to Be Bewitched by George Takei’s New Reality Webseries With His Husband, It Takeis Two

    Oh, my!

    Ok, if this isn't adorable I don't know what is. Star Trek's George Takei, the man who knows no pun bounds, and his husband, Brad Takei, are premiering a new series online April 7th! It's semi-scripted and features stuff from their normal, daily routines, which are sometimes not so normal.

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  2. Report to Fishbowl Space and Watch the New Bee and Puppycat RIGHT NOW!

    Yay!

    It's been a long time coming, but it's finally here! Enjoy!

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  3. Crotch Ice, Candy, and Space Outlaw Dreams: Just 3 Reasons to Watch Bee and Puppycat

    It's stuff for your stuff!

    Bee and Puppycat, Cartoon Hangover's successful animated short from Natasha Allegri, is returning tomorrow with a brand new episode after a highly successful Kickstarter. It's since spawned adorable merchandise and a super cool comic book series but for those uninitiated, we wanted to show you what you've missed.

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  4. Dredd Is Coming Back, Just Not As a Movie This Time

    The opposite of Dreddful.

    OK, but is Grumpy Cat Karl Urban going to be in it? These are important things that I need to know.

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  5. First Three Episodes Of Frankenstein, M.D. Are Now Online

    Walk this way, please.

    Pemberley Digital's latest modern web series has finally arrived! It's the team's first deviation from Jane Austen-inspired adaptations and into classic horror with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, and so far it's pretty solid. Newcomer Anna Lore hits just the right balance of overenthusiastic scientific interest and total disregard for her own limits in her portrayal of Victoria Frankenstein, and there's even a great nod to Igor from the movies!

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  6. The Veronica Mars Cast Will Join Dick For His Webseries Adventure

    *sigh of relief*

    Oh thank god.

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  7. Moffat Wants To Do More Online-Only Content For Doctor Who This Season

    Web-bly wobbly?

    The prologue to last year's Doctor Who special, "The Night of the Doctor" (aka "Holy crap, it's Paul McGann!"), was arguably one of the most interesting and well-told parts of the entire 50th anniversary story arc. Are more such internet treats on the way for fans? Apparently yes, says Steven Moffat.

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  8. Sookie StackHouse Drops In On the BAMF Girls Club For Some Vamp-Loving and Mind Reading [VIDEO]

    "I love gettin' involved in other people's problems!"

    It's been a while since we've checked up on the girls of Comediva's BAMF Girls Club, but we're glad we did: this is the best Sookie Stackhouse impression we've ever seen. Watch as SOOKEH invades the thoughts of everyone in the house with her delightful Southern charm, and bonds with Lisbeth over how awesome Swedish people are.

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  9. Watch the New Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist Webseries That Puts Street Fighter Movies to Shame

    Unless you're into "so bad it's good." Then, you probably love the Street Fighter movie.

    Street Fighter movies have been, let's say, less than great. So, Joey Ansah, Christian Howard, Mike Moh, and some other dedicated Street Fighter fans, martial artists, and film professionals took matters into their own hands, and now you can watch the awesome results in Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist.

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  10. Felicia Day’s Co-Producing a Webseries about Ghost Hunters, And It Looks Pretty Damn Amazing [VIDEO]

    G-G-G-Ghooooosts!

    I hadn't heard about Spooked, a new webseries co-produced by Felicia Day and Bryan Singer for the former's Geek & Sundry YouTube channel, before, but now that I've seen this trailer I'm looking forward to it. And that's not at all because Andrew from BuffTom Lenk is in the trailer. Nope. No residual affection there at all. The first episode of Spooked will premiere on Hulu and YouTube on June 4th. (via: USA Today) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  11. Talk Show Legend Dick Cavett and Comedian Dave Hill Have a Webseries and Please Make This a Real Show Right Now Please

    This is very exciting to a very specific group of people.

    Dick Cavett is one of the best talk show hosts of all time, and he has no bigger fan than comedian Dave Hill. Though he does have a few creepier fans, as he talks about in this clip from their new webseries Dick & Dave. They put three clips up today, and director Benjamin Harrison promises "tons of these!"

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  12. Jerry Seinfeld Asked Patton Oswalt Who His Favorite Superhero Is, and How He Would Kill Superman—in a DeLorean

    We're a little surprised by his answer.

    Comedy nerds are probably already familiar with Jerry Seinfeld's brilliant webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, but I think regular nerds will like this week's episode too. It features Patton Oswalt talking about his favorite superhero, killing Superman, and they drive around in a DeLorean.

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  13. Matt and Steph Talk About Meeting Over Myspace In This Week’s Geek’s Guide To Dating Episode

    Boy, that sentence just made us all feel old.

    Apparently back in the days of Myspace, some people actually used it as a dating website. Even better, it worked! At least for Matt and Steph, it did, and as they explain, part of the fun was introducing Steph to all of Matt's favorite nerd movies. It's nice to be able to share things with each other, right?

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  14. The Adorable Geek’s Guide to Dating Webseries Continues! [Video]

    Geeks need love, too.

    The Geek's Guide to Dating has finally hit store shelves and garnered great reviews, but its webseries still continues! This week, copywriter Katie Slovin and her engineer husband James Slovin discuss not being afraid to tell people what your true interests are and broadening each others' potential Jeopardy! category knowledge.

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  15. More Adorable Geek Love in This Week’s Episode of The Geek’s Guide to Dating Webseries

    David Tennant somehow figures into geek love, surprising no one.

    Every week, The Geek's Guide to Dating Webseries brings us advice and adorable stories of true geek love from real couples. This week, Dan Tabor and Mary Alice discuss how podcasting brought them together, their social media engagement, and how they expand each other's horizons in geekery.

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  16. Adorable Gamer Couple Gives Relationship Insights in This Week’s Episode of The Geek’s Guide to Dating Web Series

    Selling someone's stuff in Animal Crossing is the virtual version of picking on someone you like.

    In this week's episode of The Geek's Guide to Dating web series, George and Nicole encourage us to stop looking for someone who shares all of our exact and extremely specific interests. Instead, Nicole wants us to look for a person we can expose to our interests and have the joy of sharing our worlds as we become adorable geek couples.

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  17. John Green and Mental Floss Make Halloween Educational with 38 Facts About Candy [Video]

    Protip: hand out the URL for this video to trick-or-treaters. Some candy might be nice, too.

    Mental floss makes education fun by making candy, which is already fun, educational. In their weekly trivia webseries, John Green shares 38 little known facts about candy and debunks several myths including gum staying in your digestive system for years.

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  18. Watch the First Episode of the Adorable Geek’s Guide to Dating Webseries [Video]

    Because life is a two player game.

    Navigating the waters of love and geekdom can be treacherous. That's why author Eric Smith is going to lend everyone a hand with The Geek's Guide to Dating. Ahead of the book's launch on December 3, 2013, check out The Geek's Guide to Dating webseries featuring adorable stories of real geek love.

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  19. The Fake Geek Girls of this New Webseries Tackle the Haters, Remain Cute

    As the Doubleclicks say, "There are no fake geeks, only real jerks."

    You've heard of the mysterious "Fake Geek Girl": she's cute, she likes comics, and she can't exist. Our friends at The Mary Sue wrote a great post about this phenomenon last year; more recently, The Doubleclicks made this awesome music video. Now, two writer/producers out of LA are giving us their own take, with a hilarious new webseries.

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  20. So, the Trailer for the Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Webseries H+ Looks Pretty Awesome

    The trailer for thew forthcoming webseries H+ looks ambitious. Not only does it aim to tell a sprawling tale of technology gone horribly awry, but it aims to do so online. Check out the intriguing, and visually stunning trailer, after the break. 

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