In this week’s episode we’ll be talking about a conspiracy theory at the ends of the Earth - the mysterious pyramid of Antarctica. We have a special guest this week - the Negus Kid! Andrew is Brett’s brother and has gained internet fame from his...
In this week’s episode we’ll be talking about a conspiracy theory at the ends of the Earth - the mysterious pyramid of Antarctica.
We have a special guest this week - the Negus Kid! Andrew is Brett’s brother and has gained internet fame from his experience at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Andrew participated in the Scripps Bee in Washington, DC three years in a row. In his first year, he was asked to spell the word “Negus.” His reaction when he spelled it correctly made him the “face of the spelling bee.”
He became internet famous on YouTube overnight, has been viewed millions of times. He’s been on a Tosh.O segment (season 2, episode 1), and was even referenced in a Kendrick Lamar song.
On What We’re Watching, we review the 2020 Shudder horror comedy, “Scare Me.”
And on Layla and Coffee talk, we delve a little further into Coffee’s mysterious origins.
We also announce the winner of the March Merchandise giveaway!
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Andrew is best known as the face of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. He is internet famous - you can find him and millions of his views as the "Negus" kid on YouTube.
He was in the national Scripps Spelling Bee three years in a row, was on national TV, was featured in a segment on Tosh.O (episode 1, season 2), and was even referenced in a Kendrick Lamar song.
He's also a big fan of weather and conspiracy theories.