Safari on Tatooine

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  • Published on:  Saturday, February 23, 2019
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    Hector Navarro, Danielle Radford, and Nick Mundy take a chemistry test and put an end to Marvel monkey business.


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    Mike Trapp
    Hector Navarro
    Danielle Radford
    Nick Mundy

    Director - Michael Schaubach
    Writer - Michael Saltzman
    Producer - Jessie Hixenbaugh
    Production Coordinator - Olivia Aguilar
    Director of Photography - Carter Ross
    HMU - Denise Renee Valentine
    Sound Mixer - Chris Bennett for BoTown Sound
    VFX Artist - TJ Gonzalez
    Editor - Erin Hassidim
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  • CollegeHumor

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    Full 20-minute length episodes of Um, Actually every dang week on DROPOUT. Try it now free:

  • TheWoodgardian

     (Feb 24, 2019)

    CollegeHumor yo get some people that know nerd shit. Thank god for Hector actually knowing something about Star Wars. First time I’ve done significantly better than the contestants.

  • Josh D

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    Um, actually this is a good show but a disappointing episode. I watch this for the nerd knowledge. Maybe bring Brennan, Adam Conover or Daniel O Brien as panel regulars against random contenders. For CH comedy I can click on a skit instead, and for both knowledge and comedy I can watch Trapp's WTF episodes

  • Orzhvopatriarch

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    Every comment saying that Danielle was a bad guest? Pretty spot on.

  • Wilson Fisk

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    Danielle Radford is impossible to watch. She's not funny and derails the game.

  • MythicTyrant

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    As much as I love this show in general, I can't help but be annoyed by this episode. It didn't seem like any of the folks were even trying to get the answers correct, but rather were just trying to be funny with incorrect answers. Also tangents can be cool, but they seem to be dominating the episodes lately. I'd love to see more questions and answers per episode while scaling back the tangents.

  • Paul Smith

     (Feb 25, 2019)

    Exactly, this feels like an episode where they just brought three clueless struggling stand-up comics onto the show.

  • Matt O'Brien

     (Feb 24, 2019)

    Especially the girl. She was just trying to make jokes the entire time but they just weren't funny.

  • Samuel Hornby

     (Feb 24, 2019)

    Wow. These guys are hard to watch. Absolutely awful episode. A swing and a miss for a normally awesome show.

  • unnero1

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    Is it just me that prefers the earlier episodes where they were actually trying to get these right and not just get some people together and make unfunny jokes most of the time and spout intentionally wrong answers all the time?

  • GROUDON132000

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    The earlier episodes were funnier and actually interesting, are they trying to promote dropout or scaring people away?

  • Naveication

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    It highly depends on the contestants, these were very non-competitive this time. I highly agree for this episode but there were other newer episodes with other people that I very much enjoyed

  • Matt Postle

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    Good improv there Danielle.. switching up Marvel Apes into Marvel Eights... so.. so... witty.

  • peacemakerao

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    Matt Postle 😂

  • Mario Mentasti

     (Feb 23, 2019)

    If I wanted joke answers I would watch SNL Celebrity Jeopardy.

  • Ollyoxenfree

     (Feb 24, 2019)

    Idk why but I find it disrespectful that that aren’t taking the game more seriously. Find contestants that at least know a little bit about nerd culture

  • Emily Durkee

     (Feb 24, 2019)

    Hey guys, please title the videos "Um, Actually" people miss the videos otherwise