Tina intros the show by saying that the show aired 169 episodes. The show actually aired 173 (a fact later confirmed through pop-up trivia during a rerun airing for G4's G4rewind in 2008). It is unknown how Tina or the writers lost 4 episodes, for even if you take out the first/pilot episode there are still 3 episodes missing.
List of People appearing in Archive Footage for the episode
Kevin Pereira - Host of The Screen Savers and Arena
Scot Rubin - Former Host of G4tv.com
Adam Sessler - Host of G4tv's X-Play
Tommy Tallarico - Host of G4tv's The Electric Playground & Judgment Day
Morgan Webb - Host of G4tv's X-Play
At the end of the the previous episode, Philadelphia Freedom, Tina announced that this week's episode would be the last.
At the end of the show, Tina announced that the next week's episode would be the final episode for G4tv.com.
During the original Countdown to Xbox 360 special, Tina Wood had a segment covering behind the scenes at Zero Hour. Geoff was in Seattle covering the countdown at a Best Buy Location. Laura Foy unfortunately did not appear on the special.
Larua uses "Good Times" in this episode.
Since this is a Halloween episode the cast dresses up in costumes.
Geoff - Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell
Laura - Catwoman from Batman Returns
Tina - Alma ("Freaky Little Girl") from F.E.A.R.
Laura uses "Good Times" in this episode.
Geoff previously interviewed Grant Collier for an episode of The Electric Playground. You can find this episode at The Zoo at TV.com.
At the top of the show, Tina previews what's coming up during the show, but he uses a "baby talk" voice that sounds unintelligible. What follows is what she said.
Tina: What's got the big Police commissioner upset over a little video game. Bock bock bark.
Originally, this episode was previewed to show the footage of Laura in France covering Brothers In Arms: Earned in Blood. The Brothers In Arms episode was moved to the following week.
The previous week's episode of G4tv.com made one believe that a larger portion of the Satoru Iwata interview would be shown. However, there was only a short clip shown at the beginning of the episode and a note to watch G4's Tokyo Game Show Special for the entire interview.
Geoff Keighley's exclusive interview with Satoru Iwata was shown in a G4 Tokyo Game Show special that premiered on Tuesday, September 27, 2005 at 10 pm EST.
Geoff Keighley was given the only Tokyo Game Show 2005 sit-down interview with Nintendo President Satoru Iwata. This episode shows a clip from that interview.
The 2005 Tokyo Game Show was held September 16, 2005 (Friday) to September 18, 2005 (Sunday) at the Nippon Convention Center in Tokyo, Japan.
This is Seanbaby's 108th episode on a G4/TechTv show.
Geoff scored the only sit-down interview with Satoru Iwata, President of Nintendo at the 2005 Tokyo Game Show. Clips of the interview are shown in the next episode of G4tv.com: The Man, The Myth, The Molyneux.
Since Tina and Laura were left behind, they spent the week being Guest Co-Hosts of G4's Attack of the Show.
Near the end of the "Message Board Theater" short film, there is a cameo appearance by writer Michael Leffler who is best known as "Drunken Link" on X-Play.
Genji Monogatari (frequently translated as "The Tale of Genji") was written in the 11th century and is considered by many to be "the first novel." Attributed to Murasaki Shikibu, this Japanese story recounts the life of the son of a Japanese emperor, who is forced to the status of a commoner. The plot centers around his romances and the social structure of the era. It has been speculated that it was written to entertain Japanese court women of the time.