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Wil Wheaton

  1. Wil Wheaton Talks About the Difference Between Nerds and Geeks (Spoiler Alert: There Isn’t One)

    This calls for dancing and capes!

    In an recent interview with GQ, nerd superstar and host of The Wil Wheaton Project Wil Wheaton (gee, I wonder where they got the name of his show from?) had some really excellent things to say about what it means to be a geek. Or a nerd. Whatever puts your starship into hyperdrive, I guess.

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  2. Review: Video Games: The Movie

    No, not The Wizard. This is a documentary.

    Movies have been made about gamers, and movies have been made that are adapted from games, but movies that are actually about games aren't very common. Video Games: The Movie changes that with a documentary look at our nation's pastime—take that, baseball!—and much like video games are different things to different people, so this movie will be.

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  3. Wil Wheaton Makes Game of Thrones Even More Wholesome With a Brady Bunch Intro

    “He had hair of gold like his uncle, because of incest”

    If you haven’t been watching The Wil Wheaton Project on Syfy, you missed this Brady Bunch-style Game of Thrones opener from the most recent episode. Except you didn't, because the Internet exists! No one needs to watch TV ever again!

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  4. Watch the First Episode of SyFy’s Wil Wheaton Project

    Today, we are all unicorns.

    Wil Wheaton's much anticipated weekly nerdy pop culture news show just premiered the other night, and if you live in America (or have possibly unscrupulous methods for getting past region locks on Internet videos), you can watch the twenty minute episode right here.

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  5. Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany On How The Show Normalizes The Female Lead

    You're Damn Right

    "I think there's quite a few reasons but I think what it does is it sort of normalizes having a lead female. It's just, the default. So often the male perspective is our default perspective in television in film and in all kinds of different media and I think what this show does is it just goes, 'nope.' Women can be all these different things. It's played by the same actress but we have the potential for so many things and not defined by how we look necessarily because it's just me...I don't feel responsible, I feel proud of it. I don't feel like it has to be "right" or all-encompassing. I think, Jordan, you've talked about that quite a bit with Felix too that we don't have to represent every type of person out there but it's just nice to have outsiders as the leads." - Tatiana Maslany answering Cloneversation host Wil Wheaton after he brought up how much the BBC America series Orphan Black has resonated with women. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. #FollowFriday: Wil Wheaton (@wilw)

    He's just this guy, you know?

    It's Follow Friday once again, and in honor of tomorrow's Tabletop festivities, we're telling you that you should go follow Wil Wheaton. You know, assuming you don't already.

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  7. Video of Wil Wheaton Telling a Little Girl How to Deal With Being Called a Nerd Just Decided to Go Viral Now

    Feel free to start a Good Guy Will Wheaton meme, Internet.

    In this video from last year's Denver Comic Con, Wil Wheaton answers a young lady's question about whether he was called a nerd growing up and how he dealt with it. It's moving, inspiring, and almost a year old, but for some reason suddenly gained a lot of steam over the weekend.

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  8. Warning: Wil Wheaton’s Advice To a Bullied Nerd Girl Might Make You Cry [VIDEO]

    This video might be a bit old—it was taken at least year's Denver Comic Con—but it's never a bad time to listen to Wil Wheaton say good things about being a nerd, right? To wit, here's his heartwarming speech at a Star Trek cast reunion and his message to a fan's newborn daughter about why being a nerd is awesome. (via Geekosytem) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  9. Patrick Stewart Celebrates His Team’s Super Bowl Win With One-Armed Push-Ups, Bossing Wil Wheaton Around

    And All Was Right With the World

    I know this may be difficult to believe, but the best part of Sir Patrick Stewart's reaction to the Seahawks thumping the Broncos at last night's Super Bowl isn't the 73-year-old thesp rocking a one-armed push-up. Oh no. The best part happened when Wil Wheaton showed up:

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  10. Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day Want You To Join A Day of Gaming [Video]

    +2 Cha -2 Str

    If you enjoyed last year's International TableTop Day, well, good news - there's another one on the way!  On April 5th, 2014 (yes, a different date from last year), you can join Wil Wheaton, Felicia Day, and thousands of others to celebrate gaming. Check out the website for more info on registering or finding an event, but first, enjoy this delightful promo! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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