Episode 14: Three’s Company

Come and knock on our door…it’s our first 3 person episode! Our friend Isaac was visiting from New York and he brought along a spreadsheet of things he looked up on Wikipedia. Although we couldn’t possibly fit all the ridiculousness in one episode, there will be blood¬†outtakes galore this week.

End music: ¬†Melted Wax Entertainment – Three’s Company Theme [Paul Wojcik No-Claps Remix]


What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia? The Trailer

YouTube has a space for a “channel trailer” and so we thought it was about time we created our own. Enjoy, and if you’re on YouTube, subscribe!

We also wanted to talk this opportunity to do a little reaching out to the artistic community because we love collaborating and it’s about time we said it out loud:

TO MUSICIANS: We often scour SoundCloud for music clips to play at the end of our episodes. We link back to the artist’s SoundCloud in the “About” section of the video. If you want to work with What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia, you can send an email to whatdidyoulookup (at) gmail (dot) com. We LOVE LOVE (cannot CAPS enough) using music in our videos and especially want to work more with indie artists in the future. Right now we have $0 budget so payment is in publicity only. Send us your stuff!

GRAPHIC DESIGNERS/ARTISTS: We are constantly in need of help designing things. Our website is not exactly up to par and we really want some business cards, but haven’t found the right look. So if you have an idea for some visual promotion, send it our way! Again, payment is only in promotion and publicity but you can guarantee we will shout your name from the rooftops.

And now for some of the aforementioned shouting:

Reinhardt Suarez (http://theporkchopexpress.com/) did our incredible voiceover.

KingHyenX (https://soundcloud.com/king…) did the epic trailer music.

Much love and thanks to them both!


We talked about ‘Baywatch’ for a long time during this last shooting. And by ‘Baywatch’ we mean, obviously, pubic and armpit hair.

‘Baywatch’ alumnae, please inform us ASAP how you managed to stay completely free of ingrown hairs and weird blotchiness. Also please inform us where the hell you put your food babies in these high-cut swimsuits after lunch.

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Subhead: In Which Lucy and Ethel Learn How to Twerk:

See, we went to Ikea and bought two dollar martini glasses. Turns out it’s scientifically impossible to drink martinis in the middle of the day (while Daddy’s at work) unless wearing silk dressing gowns. This led us deep into the sexist naming of Ikea products, which led us to feminism, which led us to Jewel, and then to Alanis Morissette, and, at the far, far end of the road, to Miley Cyrus.

We should note that we did not go deep into Miley, in any sense of the word.

We should note, though, that we did go deep into our martinis. So much so that we ended up swimming with our bleu cheese olives.

Jewel’s live performance brought to you by mrazhat. We can only assume this is Jason Mraz’s disgruntled employee/hat.