Um Actually: The Game Show Where Nerds Correct Nerds (Episode 2)

More of the game show where nerds correct nerds. They don’t get tired of it, so why should you?

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Mike Trapp
Emily Axford
Brian Murphy
Jon Gabrus


Director – Matt Enlow
Producer – Julia Bales
Writer – Mike Trapp
Cinematography – Idan Menin
Editor- Greg Stees
President of Original Content – Sam Reich
Vice President of Production / Executive Producer – Spencer Griffin
Director of Production – Sam Sparks
Director of Post Production – Michael Schaubach
Production Manager – Sam Kirkpatrick
Production Coordinator – Brandon Raman
Sound Mixer – Chris Bennett for Botown Sound
1st Assistant Camera – Giselle Gonzalez
Gaffer – Aaron Pagiano
Post Production Supervisor – Evan Watkins
Post Production Coordinator – Andrew Mallonee
Head Assistant Editor – Phil Fox
Production Legal – Karen Segall
Production Accountant – Christine Rodriguez
Assistant Production Accountant – Shay Parsons
Second Assistant Production Accountant – Rebecca Call
Intern – Ori Ravid, Isaac Park


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  1. Not really an um actually, more of a fun fact, but Trapp is onto something when he says unobtainium, as Adamantium is from the ancient greek word adamantine which means unobtainable

  2. okay but i got positive to negative, negative to ground from Phineas and Ferb

  3. 4:06 Um, Actually. Emily made me spit ice cream all over my new keyboard with her random yet confident guess.

  4. Um, Actually Murph said volteon not jolteon.

  5. Quidditch is affectionately referred to as "Protagonist Ball" because the Seeker is basically the only position that matters. The only reason that catching the Snitch wouldn't win you the game is if your team was getting completely steamrolled by the other team, at which point the Seeker shouldn't catch the Snitch at all and should just run interference on the other Seeker. But in reality, only the Seekers matter. And possibly the Beaters, simply because they're allowed to interfere with the opposing team's Seeker. The whole point of Quidditch is to make Harry look like a badass.

    I think the novels also mentioned that the shortest game of Quidditch was only a few seconds long, which is so fucked up for so many reasons. For one, how fucked is your sport if it can end in a couple of seconds? And secondly, how bad would it feel if you showed up to a football game, potentially having traveled hours to get there (with hours of travel back in front of you), and then the game literally ended inside of 10 seconds. You haven't even taken a bite of your hot dog and the game's already fucking over. Like, holy shit, the crowd would fucking riot.

  6. Um actually, Endor is a planet. The forested moon on which the events of Return of the Jedi take place is a moon of the planet Endor.

  7. Um actually, jumper cables can be hooked up directly to the posts. The black cable can go directly onto the negative terminal of the dead battery, as it is connected to the body ground of the car

  8. Imagine an episode with murph, brennan, and adam.

  9. this is a historic RELIC, Trapp's weight loss, Murph looking like a 12 year old, and the old graphics??????? good gracious I love when youtube recommends me old gems.

  10. I love that emily just guesses it’s amazing

  11. Why does Murph have so many bruises on his arms? Should we be reporting Emily? She does have those eyes that cry foul play…

  12. Um actually you're just wrong about how to jumpstart a battery

  13. Watching this in 2020, wow Trapp lost a lot of weight since this episode aired

  14. You can totally connect both negatives to both negatives🙄

  15. uhm actually your last question answer is Bullshit

  16. Um actually, I have jumped many a battery connecting negative to negative, positive to positive. As far as I know that part about connecting it to the grill of a metal car or some other ground wasn't needed and I think it was just a precaution not to electricity yourself when taking off the cables because they weren't always properly insulated. Now a days with properly insulated cables with rubber handles, you can't really electrocute yourself unless you purposely take the cables off the dead batter and touch the metal ends to your body to connect the circuit.

  17. TBF I've jumped a car a few times in my life, and every time I do negative to a piece of metal on the car it didn't work. I switched the clamp to the negative on the car to be jumped and it worked.

  18. @3:39 um actually, He says Hodor because of a traumatic scene that i don’t wanna spoil…but as a young child he had a vision and he got a stroke from this vision, however what he’s actually saying is “HOLD THE DOOR “

  19. um, ACTUALLY, you should not connect the positive end of the batteries first. and you Should connect the negative terminals of the batteries because sometimes the chassis isn't at the same ground potential as the negative battery terminal. additionally, if the chassis connection to the battery negative is broken, there will be a floating reference for the voltage and the dead battery won't charge at all.

  20. Um actually, you CAN connect negative to negative, and positive to positive on the batteries. Something we did all the time in the autobody shop.

  21. Wow, these old episodes of Um Actually are like the Wild West. They're flying by the seat of their pants!

  22. At the end when Murph raises his arms, are those hickeys, or was he just playing football?

  23. Uhm actually, catching the snitch is not always the way to win a quidditch game. During the quidditch world cup in "The goblet of fire" Bulgaria caught the snitch (Krum) but Ireland (?) won the game with 17 goals (170 points) to 0 goals from Bulgaria. So quaffles matter

  24. Um Actually, not just anybody can chase after the snitch. Someone from the team is assigned to be the seeker, who chases after it.

  25. Um actually, on Game or Thrones the show Hodor’s name is Willis. It’s Walder in the books.

  26. uhm actually the 150 points that wins the team the game does matter for the game but the number of points over all (150 plus whatever other points they've construed) also goes towards the house cup or whatever championship the team is trying to win. so they may win the game by catching the snitch but they might not even rank high in the championship if they ONLY catch the snitch

  27. Um actually, to start a dead car you call AAA or google it

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