What's on your mind?
Okay, so, season 3 looks like it's going to have a ton of awesome topics.
I'd like to see Adam ruin TV, or movies, going behind the scenes. And it would be pretty hilarious to see Adam ruin himself, as kind of a parody.
What topics do you want see Adam tackle?
Are you guys excited about the new season? It's only a few weeks away! Tell me, which episode are you most excited about?
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What did everyone thing of the animated style of the latest episode? Was is a nice break from the traditional format, or do you want the show to be live action all the time?
In the third episode, Adam talks about how everyone demands every single test at a hospital and how completely unnecessary it is! I'm totally one of those people who wants to get EVERYTHING tested and take antibiotics for every sickness. Is anyone else like that?
I think we all agree that Adam Ruins Everything is covering some really great and interesting topics! So my question to everyone is, what do you wish he would cover? Is there a burning topic you really want to see him Ruin?
OK there were definitely a few shocking surprises in the latest episode of Adam Ruins Everything. Cutting fat doesn't necessarily mean I'll lose weight??? And eating low fat foods doesn't really do ANYTHING for me? HAHA time to change a few things in my life now. Any fun facts from this week's episode shock any of you?
I grew up watching CollegeHumor clips on Youtube all day every day, so I LOVE seeing my favorite characters featured in Adam Ruins Everything. Emily Axford is by far my favorite :) Help us grow her page here- adam-ruins-everything.wikia.com/wiki/Emily_Axford
I would like to see two other things added to each Episode page.
First, a section for experts who are part of the episode.
Second, a link to the page of sources on the Adam Ruins Everything site.
Also, where do we draw the line between "Adam's victims for the episode" and "Recurring"? Should people be listed twice?
We may want to add a note about seasons on here. Amazon has Season One ending with Adam Ruins Death. My understanding is that some network will order a 13 shows (or so) to test a series. Then they will order more and call it the second half of the first season, even though there's been a significant break. Unfortunately, places selling the show (Amazon Video, in this case) will list these as two different seasons, causing confusion.
Frankly, the narrative arc ending with Adam Ruins Death makes it feel like a full season, but it's the network who gets to decide how these are packaged.
Adam Conover discusses the differences between himself and the Adam his plays in the show.
So i guess there was never rickets or scurvy, highway planners dont pre plan for population growth, apartments beat home privacy, and much more crap. Just think about the issues yourself.
I mean, guys, I liked the show too, but if memory serves, it was dropped like a flaming testicle. Why does this wiki exist?