For the season finale, Wil goes on a dream date with John Barrowman, lets Skeletor read angry tweets about The Wil Wheaton Project, and takes on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Wil battles Into the Storm star Matt Walsh in a battle of How Do They Bite It? But first he goes after The Leftovers, Hercules, and The Quest.
Wil dedicates a show to reviewing what happened at San Diego Comi-Con, including Disney's Star Wars Rebels, Guardians of the Galaxy posters, Boxtrolls insect food, and the Sharknado 2 party.
Wil has a big announcement for Comi-Con, but takes the time to go after The Walking Dead, The Lottery, and Hollywood ripping off people's childhoods. Then Sonequa Martin-Green stops by to talk about patriotism, and Kevin Smith provides helpful tips on how to film your reaction video.
Wil goes after The Strain, Salem, Hemlock Grove, and Gotham. He then invites Shane West of Salem to stop by for Syfy's on-the-cheap public access channel to do an aftershow interview.
Wil takes potshots at True Blood, The Leftovers, and Teen Wolf, celebrates Batman's 75th anniversary, and has motion-capture actor Andy Serkis in for a game of "How Will They Bite It?"
Wil goes after the new Transformers movie, debates Twitter rants with Skeltor, and does a new feature called "Real or Rumor."
While Wil takes on Star Wars, True Blood, and Orphan Black, comedian Mike Lawrence goes on a rant against Internet spoilers. Then J. August Richards comes by to share some spoilers about the new spinoff of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Wil visits Hutchinson, KS, which has declared itself Superman's hometown.
Wil goes after M. Night Shyamalan's new TV series, comes up with a new opening sequence for Game of Thrones, and plays a game of "What Was That?" with Amanda Rose Blaire.
Wil reviews the highlights of science fiction and fantasy, including the Battle of the Wall on Game of Thrones and RoboCop Day in Detroit. He then visits Seth Green at his secret Robot Chicken lab.
Wil takes on guest star Felicia Day in a game of "How Will They Bite It?', and does bits on Salem, Crossbones, and villain viewpoint movies.
For the series premiere, Wil takes on Hugh Jackman on X-Men, John Malkovitch on Crossbones, and the cancellation of Dracula and Star-Crossed. Then Chris Hardwick stops by to do a take on a new theme song for The Walking Dead.