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Sifl and Olly return again, this time on Nerdist

1:30 PM on 03.31.2013 // Jonathan Holmes

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Silf and Olly was one of my favorite MTV shows of the 90's. I felt sad and somewhat guilty when the show it canceled in favor of more marketable but ultimately less interesting fare like Road Rules. The show was recently reborn on Machinima, only to be (presumably) dropped for stuff like Teenage Pokemon, another thing that I did. I have accidentally become Liam Lynch's nemesis, and I am sorry. 

Thankfully, Silf and Olly is back yet again, now on Chris Hardwick's budding Youtube channel Nerdist. New episodes are posted every Thursday, and the gang has already cruised into episode two. This week is all about videogame marketing. Check out last week's episode after the jump.




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