Tested and Screened have been stealing the show completely so far, aside from the joy of seeing John Drake dancing around. GiantBomb has actually felt like the least entertaining segment of the show so far, especially the grueling ordeal that was the Heroes on the Move demo.
Tested stole the show hands down. Even the during the PS3 dismantlement threw up some great oneliners. Will also stole the Block party (or at least the various moments I tuned in.) Well done them.
Screened and Jean the Bassist tied for second. Rorie = funny drunk.
Special mention to Dave's sister for her off the cuff and hard hitting interview with Jeff and Dave.
Tested really was the surprise hit of the whole show. Will and Norm were awesome with the As Seen on TV segments and I don't think anybody can deny the good times kept on rolling into the late hours of the block party!
Overall though, I think it's amazing they pulled this off. From a logistics standpoint it must have been fucking astronomical. Come to think of it... re-launching the network with unified logins, introduced the memberships, and 12 hours of streaming without a hitch- where the hell is Dave's raise?
" @Seroth said:The segment is in this video, and starts at around 1:37:06. The part from the picture starts at around 1:42:22." Tested because of this. "My internet connection crapped up around that point to I missed just about all of that segment, do you happen to have a rough timestamp of when that happened during the video so I can look it up on the archive? "
I think for me it was the Giantbomb segments.
They seem to be more organized and on topic for most of the time.
The Bomb crew are more comfortable with the cameras and because they have been in the spotlight more than the rest of the Whiskey staff, they just exude the right kind of confidence.
I am sure with more live shows being produced, the quality of the different brands segments are only going to get better.
I must admit though Will Smith is pretty funny.
Long live the Whiskey Revolution.
It was all really a great show. It was good to see the not so serious side of all the other sites. By far Denizen was the hands down winner, followed closely by As seen on TV. Best wardrobe goes to Sara Lima. Sorry Jeff, She just looked that much more "Super Gangsta" in her black dress then you did rocking the track suits, though hell of a choice. I was glad to see some more PS Move stuff weirdly lacking hype for it out of Sony. I had a great time watching yesterday keep up the good work & I can't wait for the Friday shows!
" @FlipperDesert said:Thanks! I'll have a look at it after I finish up mining in WoW." @Seroth said:The segment is in this video, and starts at around 1:37:06. The part from the picture starts at around 1:42:22. "" Tested because of this. "My internet connection crapped up around that point to I missed just about all of that segment, do you happen to have a rough timestamp of when that happened during the video so I can look it up on the archive? "
Tested was glorious. Giant Bomb felt a little forced in its content. Comic Vine was shite, mostly because they were standing in a dark room huddled around a laptop - and judging by the votes a lot of folk agree with me.
But the real winner is Ana. Just Ana. Girl's got mad skillz.
It was all pretty terrible, but the terrible raised the tested stuff into being entertaining given what was being wrapped around it. Expect for that PS3 bit. God what an awful way to start the show. Even Will can't save the show from the terrible that was that segment.
Over all though the show was a disaster from where I stood. The comic vine stuff was especially terrible.
EDIT: Hahahaha. I love how the Comic Vine stuff has zero votes.
I had to stop watching due to boredom after about 15 minutes when it was live, and this is coming from someone who enjoys almost all of the content these people provide. I went through, over the past couple of nights (inability to sleep), and skimmed through. None of what I saw was any good. I went through hours and hours of video and had to skip forward every time. So, I nominate watching the chat go a billion miles an hour before the broadcast started as my favorite part of the BLLSL. Thumbs up(?).