A show that dives down the rabbit hole of Wikipedia in an effort to explore the sum of all human knowledge. In each episode comedians Kyle Berseth and Jheisson Nunez attempt to connect two very different topics as they navigate their way across Wikipedia.
The Seedy History of Shenandoah National Park
Comedians Kyle Berseth and Jheisson Nunez uncover a duplicitous scheme surrounding Shenandoah National Park, discover the big business behind the Hatfield-McCoy feud, geek out about Seinfeld, and do a deep dive into Koko the gorilla's nipple fixation.
Each week on Wiki University comedians Kyle Berseth and Jheisson Nunez attempt to link two very different topics across Wikipedia. The articles in this episode include:
Shenandoah National Park
Hatfield and McCoys
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The Beatles wanted the Aliens to Pay Up
Everything goes wrong as the Wiki Boys launch into space to explore Murphy's Law, the sexual proclivities of rocket engineers, and Carl Sagan's deep maniacal laugh. Per aspera ad astra!
Sears was Deep In Human Trafficking
How much alcohol would you have to drink to assemble your friend's house? In part II of this episode, Kyle Berseth and Jheisson Nunez finally settle down in their brand new Sears Modern Home.
My Fridge Gave Me Bell's Palsy
Is it true that you can get Bell's Palsy from your refrigerator? Did Babe Ruth actually call his shot? Is Tokyo Drift part of Fast and Furious canon? The Wiki Boys answer these questions and more as they wrestle their way across Wikipedia going from Bell's Palsy the the Sears Modern Home.
The Fat Shaming of Rosie Ruiz
In 1980 Rosie Ruiz's innovative approach to marathoning took the sport by storm when she cheated her way to a first place in the Boston Marathon. Harry Truman proved that you don't have to cheat to achieve success when he became one of the least educated presidents to take office in 1945.
Driving at a Socially Acceptable Speed
Put on your helmet and safety harness because comedians Kyle Berseth and Jheisson Nunez are pushing the boundaries of what’s socially acceptable as they zip across Wikipedia from the Overton Window to Formula One.