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« on: December 05, 2017, 05:45:53 AM »

This is a work in progress, so updates will be made as soon as I can manage it. I just ask you to be patient!  Grin

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Video Thread Table of Contents
  • Thread FAQ
    • What’s the Reason for Starting This Thread?
    • What You’ll Find Listed Here
    • What You Won’t Find Listed Here
    • Is This List Finished? Is This Everything?
    • How Are the Videos Arranged in This List?
    • Are These Videos Hosted on This Site?
    • How Often is This List Updated?
    • How Can People Help?
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Thread FAQ


What’s the Reason for Starting This Thread?

About six months ago (roughly May-June of 2017) I got a bit nostalgic on the forum and decided to poke around some of the old posts, watch a few of the older episodes of “The Game” that Alison had made a guest appearance on, during the show’s original broadcast. Little problem – the links that were listed in the original posts weren’t functional anymore. While I was able to do a bit of digging and found alternatives, this got me thinking… what ELSE was no longer around?

After a bit of late-night poking and prodding, I discovered that quite a bit of what had been posted on the site was no longer where it should be… hosting companies have dissolved, webpages were changed/deleted, even advertising agencies had pulled videos from their official Youtube channels. Basically, a good chunk of “history” had vanished, and in a lot of cases, it was no longer available from any online source.

So, in a nutshell, I got very, very angry.

My job, IRL, is that of a librarian. A lot of what I work with are records for digital items, organizing collections, and doing research to try and figure out just who a photographer of a given item we’ve digitize is… because that information is no readily longer available. This is why I got so angry about the situation – on a daily basis, I often have to try and piece together someone’s life from the few pieces of work and information that are left behind, and which can be found either online or in a book. As I like to joke – I stalk dead people! It’s often like working a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces and not even an image of what the finished puzzle should look like, but I tend to get lucky a great deal of the time. What’s sad is that I’ve found information on people who have made extremely large contributions to local history in various communities, but they’ve all been wiped off of the history books because so much of it has been lost due to time and circumstances…

So when I see records of Alison’s work, in some cases the only surviving examples of that work that aren’t on some tape, locked away in a drawer in a production office, or in a box in a storage unit out in Van Nuys, vanish online and are never to be seen again…well, like I said, I got angry.

As a result, I decided to do something about it – I went deep diving on the Internet. Using the postings on the site and resources like Alison’s IMDB, I went spelunking online to see what was still out there! With a little time here, and a little time there, and a whole lot of luck, discovery, and organizing – this is how this thread came to be!  

Which leads me to the next point…


What You’ll Find Listed Here

The entries you’ll find listed here are primarily based off of knowledge gathered from a variety of sources – Alison’s IMDB entry, Alison’s online SAG Resume, various postings on this Forum, various postings on other Forums, archived postings on various websites, Google (and other Search Engines) searches, various tweets on Twitter, etc.

In every case, I try to list out not only one source, but multiple sources for a video in question. This need to list multiple sources was done, primarily because of what prompted the creation of this thread – websites going down, videos being pulled, etc. In some cases, you’ll have one that is High-Def (HD), while the others are Standard Definition (SD). Additionally, if there is a commercially available copy of a TV episode or a movie that Alison starred in – I’ve provided links for you, the user, to either rent or buy it (whichever is possible).

In some cases, the video is available, but behind a pay-wall – examples of this would be the GeekandSundry and The Attack (not AOTS) Twitch streams, which archive their old VODs and make them available to subscribers. In these cases, I’ve tried to make the link to their subscription page available to you.

Which leads me to the next point…


What You Won’t Find Listed Here

Bootlegged videos, illegal copies of commercially available movies, etc. – none of that is in this list for the obvious reasons.

Are there such things out there? – Oh yeah, I found a few while I was deep diving. Poorly pixelated copies with hardcoded subs, Spanish language tracks, and in some cases these things were barely watchable due to the webpage they were on… but I’m not including them in this list for the simple reason that I don’t want to cause Alison any problems with anything on this list. If there’s a better, commercially available copy for you to stream – it’ll be listed on here, and believe me – it’s always a better quality than some of the things I’ve seen during my time looking online…


Is This List Finished? Is This Everything?

In a word: “No.”

In two words: “Heeeeeeeeeeell, NO!”

I’m one little person who is dealing not only with a full-time job, but also trying to occasionally break away from the computer/Internet. That means that I’ll occasionally do other things besides deep diving online to see what I can find (hey, I get burned out as much as the next person – so I occasionally take a break). As of the time that I’m writing this post, I’d say the list is maybe 85(ish)% done… but that’s more of a guestimate than anything else.

Plus, new material is always coming in, based on what Alison does… we’re looking at new interviews, new work by her, new video of her just doing what she loves to do! When I see it, I’ll post about it, not only in this thread but also in one of its own (because 3rd party search engines like that and it’s easier to find on the site sometimes) and I’ll be adding/updating this list when I can…


How Are the Videos Arranged in This List?

When I approached this project, I found that organizing the sheer “mountain” that is Alison’s body of work, was itself a massive project. I can only do so much within the Forum’s posting code, so I had to break things down into manageable, bite-sized “chunks”.

Alison has appeared in web video, broadcast television, and motion pictures. In addition to this, she’s been the host/co-host of a show, an interviewer, a field reporter, a guest star, a starring actress in a series, a panelist... the list goes on and on. Alison is essentially a “Jane of All Trades” – she’s worked in front of the camera, as well as behind the camera a few times.

Because of her various roles, as well as the various formats in which she’s worked, videos are classified primarily by her Role, then by the Format and/or Location (if a valid variable).

Roles (with definitions) are as follows:

  • Acting – Alison is actively playing a role/part/character in the video. This may be non-speaking, speaking, singing, voice-over only, etc.

  • Starring Role – Alison has a starring role, as an actress, within the web series or TV series. This means that she is either the central focus, or one of a handful of people who are the central focus of the given program. This could mean that she is explicitly within every episode of the series, or appears so frequently as to make it apparent that she is one of the central cast within a series.

  • Guest Star – Alison appears, as an actress, within the web series or TV series, for either a single episode or a handful of episodes. Her appearance is infrequent enough in the series as a whole to denote that she is not one of the central cast who appears consistently throughout a given series.

  • Participant – This has been used to identify two characteristics. In the music videos, this refers to Alison actively being part a singing group (i.e. Team Unicorn) or having a singing role within the video, but is not the main singer or “focus” of the video (this is not her video, she only has a singing role in it). In regards to the web and TV series, the term is used to identify videos where Alison has a more passive role than her other work – she’s not interviewing anyone, nor is she being interviewed. Likewise, she’s not hosting the program, she’s participating in either a group discussion (i.e. Panel) or game, or may simply be on-set in a more technical role, behind-the-scenes. She may be presenting information to the viewer, but this is typically her own opinion, and not a scripted response or necessarily an interview of her, by someone else.

  • Host – this is the most straight-forward of all the categories. In this role, Alison is the host of a TV program or web series: she interacts with guests, presents segments, and walks the viewer through the program/episode.

  • Interviewer – Alison is actively asking a guest various questions, either in a segment within the program/episode, or throughout the entire program/episode.

  • Interviewee – Alison is the subject of an interview, being asked questions regarding her work, a project she is working on or associated with at the time, etc.

  • Presenter – Similar to the Host role, this one is more passive in that we do not see interaction with guests or necessarily one-on-one interviews done by her, but rather interaction directly with the viewer. Alison presents segments of a program, provides voice-over narration, etc. Since this role is so closely related to the Host role, both are commonly linked, but there are instances where they do deviate based on the content of the episode/program/series.

  • Panelist – 9 times out of 10, this basically means that the video was of Alison, being a panelist, typically at a convention (i.e. the recent Code Switch panel at SDCC 2017 - see post here) or possibly on a program where discussion/back-and-forth concerning a topic or topics was happening between various guests (i.e. 4 Points or the Doctor Who Specials).

  • Brand Ambassador – this is a unique role and one that Alison has only recently obtained. A “Brand Ambassador” is literally the “face” of a company that interacts with the public. As of 2017, Alison has become the Brand Ambassador for IELLO Games and interacts with the public either at Conventions or online via livestream or product videos created by IELLO.

Some of the Formats present in this list are as follows:

  • Web Series
  • Web-based Specials
  • Radio and Podcast
  • Television Series
  • Television Specials
  • Conventions, Expos, and Trade Shows
  • Etc…


Whenever possible, I’ve tried to arrange material chronologically. If Alison has appeared on a show/series as a guest on multiple occasions, that show/series will chronologically appear in that category list by the first date that she appeared. This means that if Alison made an appearance on a show in 2010, then again in 2013, all material related to that show will be lumped together in that category list, with both her appearances (2010 & 2013) clearly labeled, and showing up in that category’s chronology in 2010 when she first appeared on the show.

Finally, there will be multiple postings of the same material in different categories. In some cases, Alison’s role in a show/series may have changed over time. As a result, she may have been interviewed in some episodes and hosted in other episodes for the same show/series. In other cases, the episode/show/series may have been released under different formats, with a web series being later broadcast for television, or the program being simulcast across both web and TV. In these cases, entries (or abbreviated entries) will appear in multiple places in this list, based on the category in question.


Are These Videos Hosted on This Site?

With the exception of the “RadNerd" Interview with Beau Ryan, all videos listed on here are hosted on sites other than Alisonhaislip.com. In the case of the Beau Ryan Interview, this is the only surviving copy of the video, online, as the Youtube copy was pulled for a "Terms of Service" violation. WhIle this may eventually be re-uploaded by RadNerd, there's no way to know for sure.

Because the videos were uploaded by others, on other websites, if a video does go down and is no longer available online – I unfortunately cannot help you by re-uploading them!

Unfortunately, I am not responsible for these videos – they are not mine and I did not post them online, onto whatever site is currently hosting them (Dailymotion, Youtube, Vimeo, etc.). All I’ve done is find them online, using the tools available to anyone, and compile this list for other users to find and view them legally.

That being said, if you have an issue with a video or videos in this list – address it with the people hosting the video, not with me or this site. Like I said, I got no control over what’s out there on the Internet, I just found the video and posted a link so people can access it via this list.


How Often Is This List Updated?

At the moment, I plan on keeping this list updated as much as I can, as soon as I can… but as I’ve previously stated, I also have prior engagements that do tend to eat up my time (i.e. my job, sleep, etc.).

Additionally, I don’t always see/find everything out there… I might find a couple of interview videos related to Alison appearing at a convention, but not find others till months later, and by other means (i.e. Twitter vs. Youtube, etc)!

This is (unfortunately) par for the course – I can only do so much… which leads me to my last point…


How Can People Help?

Well, if you wanna help with keeping this list up to date, here’s what you need to do…

1) If you haven’t already become a member – register!

2) Already registered but still not a member? Follow-up with Caleb, the admin – his email is on the site. Explain the situation. Sometimes it takes a few days, sometimes you need to follow-up, but in either case – he’ll be able to sort the situation.

3) Okay, you’re a registered member….now what? Simple – keep your eyes and ears open. If you run across something that’s not on the list – either PM me or post it, and I’ll add it to thread in the proper category. If you run across something and you’re not sure if it should be added – definitely PM it to me and let me look at it first!

4) Also, keep in mind what not to post! Bootlegged copies of movies, TV episodes, etc. are things that we definitely do not want on this list due to any possible issues that may arise. We don’t want to cause trouble for anybody, especially Alison!

5) Finally, if you find something is wrong in the listings – lemme know! I’ve come across items on archival sites that have been tagged as being a video with Alison, and it turned out that she was nowhere in it! Accidents happen, so definitely keep me appraised if you find any! And if a link goes down, let me know that too, that way I can update the thread! Unfortunately, unless I happen to click a link and it doesn't load - I have no way of knowing if something goes down! Sad


That’s about it! Hope you folks enjoy the thread!
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« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2017, 05:49:23 AM »

Acting Work



Commercials and Product Videos (Web and TV Campaigns)

World Poker Exchange (0:31) (ca. 2004) – Youtube

McDonald's Dollar Menuaires (0:30) (2007) – Youtube and Youtube

ULIFE.com Campaign (2:37) (2008) – Youtube (Alison appears in the 3rd commercial of the set, starting at 1:04)

The Next Big, Little Thing (2:56) (2010) – Youtube (Part of a viral social media campaign organized by Reese’s to promote the Reese’s Minis. Alison was one of six well-known tech personalities who collaborated with the M Booth & Associates Agency to create “unboxing videos”, promoting the product in a humorous fashion, and in conjunction with the company’s presentation at CES 2011)

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9: The Web You Love, One Click Away with Internet Explorer 9 (0:30) (2011) – Youtube

Cathedral (1:52) (2011) – Youtube (Trailer for an Augmented Reality gaming app that was in-development)

Pork Be Inspired: Night Time Grilling (0:30) (2013) – iSpot.tv and Youtube

Sphero: The Future of Gaming with Robots (1:19) (2013) – Youtube

Humira: Go Further (1:00) (2016) – iSpot.tv

Taco Bell: Order Envy (0:30) (2016) – Vimeo (1920x1080) and Vimeo (1280x720) and iSpot.tv

Far Cry 5: Official The Resistance: Mary May Trailer by Ubisoft (1:20) (2017) – Youtube (Voice-over, however the character’s appearance is based on Alison, and both facial and physical movements are done by Alison via motion capture)
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Acting Work



Music Videos (Acting)

The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows by Brand New (4:01) (2003) – Youtube

Spiders by Moby (3:44) (2005) – Youtube

Gettin’ Enough?? by Lil’ Chris (3:33) (2006) – Youtube

One for the Dead by Christian Porn Machine (no information) (2006-2007?) – No Source Online.

Would Ya Hit That by Thick7 (3:32) (2012) – Youtube and FunnyorDie

Right Now by Never Let This Go (4:00) (2015) – Youtube
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Music Videos (Acting, Participant)


Bad Sex by Taryn Southern (4:03) (2012) – Vimeo and Youtube (Official version has been pulled from Youtube for reasons unknown. This version has hardcoded French subtitles)

All About That Base by Team Unicorn, a Star Wars Parody of Megan Trainor’s song “All About That Base” (3:16) (2014) – Youtube
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Parody/Comedy Videos (Non-Series)

New Moongasm: A New Moon Parody (1:55) (2009) – Youtube

Hi. I'm Joel Rush. (4:20) (2009) – Youtube

Love Automatically (Remix) (6:01) (2009) – Youtube (This video was directed by Alison)

Locks of Gold: Red Riding Hood parody (3:49) (2011) – Youtube and FunnyorDie

Women for Eli Manning (1:18) (2012) – Youtube and FunnyorDie

Daylight Savings w/ Lana McKissack (3:20) (2013) – Youtube

Cracked: Why Disney Princesses Make the Worst Roommates (3:44) (2013) – Cracked and Youtube (Though not necessarily a web series, this was the winner of Crack’s Sketch Competition for the month of July 2013)

Not Another Teen Solo Show – a one-woman comedic performance by Rati Gupta, that blends together stage performance with pre-recorded skits/comedic videos. Alison appeared in one of the clips used in the performance.

  • Not Another Teen Solo Show: Cruel Intentions Parody (1:30) (2013) – Youtube

Dolphin Rape PSA (1:28) (2013) – FunnyOrDie

It’s Not Porn… (1:52) (2013) – Youtube and Youtube and FunnyOrDie

The Pop Hangover: Alison Haislip Reads Most Deranged Sorority Girl Email Ever (3:59) (2013) – Youtube

Cause of Death (2:59) (2013) – Youtube

The Blade Runner Holiday Special (2:45) (2013) – Youtube

Saber III: Revenge of the Threesome (3:51) (2014) – Youtube

Rabid Weight Loss (2:19) (2014) – Youtube

All About That Base by Team Unicorn, a Star Wars Parody of Megan Trainor’s song “All About That Base” (3:16) (2014) – Youtube

Scooby, Don’t! (4:03) (2016) – Youtube
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Web Series (Acting, Starring Role)

LilyDidIt – a series of comedic vignettes created as eCards by Anna Christopher and Laurel Felt. You’ll often seen vignettes repeated with different captions/messages attached.


Living Life Undead – a web series made by EndoftheWeb, and hosted on their FunnyorDie channel. Alison played the character named Cynthia.

  • Promo (2:42) (2008) – FunnyorDie
  • Ep. 1: "Welcome to the Group!" (3:31) (2008) – FunnyorDie
  • Ep. 2: "Love Sucks" (3:14) (2008) – FunnyorDie
  • Ep. 3: "Is there an After-Afterlife?" (2:53) (2008) – FunnyorDie
  • Ep. 4: "Time for a Snack!" (3:19) (2008) – FunnyorDie
  • Ep. 5: "We All Have Our Crosses To Bear." (5:24) (2008) – FunnyorDie

Trading Eights – an action/noir/comedy web series, starring Alison, that was released in 2010, and according to the show’s website (here) was originally slated to have a 10-episode season. Unfortunately, only 5 of the 10 episodes were ever filmed and released online. Each episode was released either as a “full episode” or split into “chapters”. The premise for the series was as follows:

When Grant (Sean Owens) saves Hildy (Alison Haislip) from her crime-boss boyfriend, it sparks a search for the city's top 12 hitmen, codenamed by the signs of the Zodiac.  If they can only trust each other, Grant and Hildy may find all of the Zodiac assassins...before the assassins find them.

  • Trading Eights – Web Series Trailer (1:03) (2010) – Vimeo, Vimeo and Youtube
  • Episode 1: Straight, No Chaser (14:18) (2010) – Vimeo and Youtube
  • Episode 2: One O’Clock Jump, Chapter 1 (5:34) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 2: One O’Clock Jump, Chapter 2 (4:57) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 2: One O’Clock Jump, Chapter 3 (5:54) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 2: One O’Clock Jump, Chapter 4 (3:00) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 2: One O’Clock Jump – Complete Episode (18:21) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 3: ‘Round Midnight, Chapter 1 (5:31) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 3: ‘Round Midnight, Chapter 2 (4:25) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 3: ‘Round Midnight, Chapter 3 (8:04) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 3: ‘Round Midnight – Complete Episode (16:25) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 4: Begin the Beguine, Chapter 1 (7:15) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 4: Begin the Beguine, Chapter 2 (4:19) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 4: Begin the Beguine, Chapter 3 (4:44) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 4: Begin the Beguine – Complete Episode (15:04) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 5: Take Five, Chapter 1 (5:33) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 5: Take Five, Chapter 2 (7:31) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 5: Take Five, Chapter 3 (9:15) (2010) – Vimeo
  • Episode 5: Take Five – Complete Episode (20:55) (2010) – Vimeo

The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo – a “short film” listed on IMDB as a TV Movie, this seems like it was actually shot as a pilot for a web or TV series.

  • The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo: Pilot (19:22) (2010) – Vimeo and Youtube (This is the full length pilot episode)
  • The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo: Pilot – Part 1 (10:23) (2010) – Youtube (Pilot episode split into two uploads)
  • The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo: Pilot – Part 2 (8:59) (2010) – Youtube (Pilot episode split into two uploads)

Battleground – a mockumentary comedy-drama web series created by J.D. Walsh and streamed on Hulu. This was the first original content developed by Hulu, exclusively for their streaming service. The series follows a group of political campaign staffers working to elect a dark horse candidate to the U.S. Senate in the battleground state of Wisconsin. Alison was one of the main characters in the series and appeared throughout the 13-episode run.

  • Trailer (2:32) (2012) – Youtube
  • Full Series w/ Trailer(s) and Clips (21:00 each episode) (2012) – Hulu (Season w/ Free 1 Month Trial, afterward Pay-Per-Month)

Sons of the Devil – a short film, meant to eventually become a web series, written and directed by Brian Buccellato, and used to both promote and co-exist alongside his comic book series of the same name. An interview with Buccellato where he mentions this, can be found here. Alison appears in the latter half of the clip.

  • Sons of the Devil: Episode 1 (11:39) (2014) – Youtube and Vimeo
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Web Series (Acting, Guest Star)

Lost: What Will Happen Next? - comedic parody series of the television series "Lost", featuring action figures with voice-overs from the Fine Brothers, Benny and Rafi Fine, and occasional guests. Alison appeared in episode 10, as the voice of the character Claire.


Last Moments of Relationships – a series of comedic vignettes made by the Fine Brothers, Benny and Rafi Fine, which showed the “last moments of a relationship”. Alison appeared in episodes 3 and 12.

  • Last Moments of Relationships #3: Best Girlfriend Ever (1:19) (2010) – Youtube and Internet Archive
  • Best Girlfriend Ever “Bloopers” (1:13) (2010) – Youtube
  • Last Moments of Relationships #12: ROLEPLAY! (2:43) (2012) – Youtube and Internet Archive
  • ROLEPLAY! “Bloopers” (2:20) (2012) – Youtube

Etiquette Ninjas – a series of comedic situational videos, put out by Jim Mahoney, Zach Lewis, and Jeff Sharpe, in 2011. Each video depicted situations where an offender exhibiting “dickish” behavior in a social situation, and was summarily “corrected” by Etiquette Ninjas, usually in a violent manner. Alison appeared in only one video in the series.



The FlipSide – a narrative series in which characters struggle with life's big questions in both a comical and heartfelt way. Alison only appeared in episode five.

  • The FlipSide: Are You in Love or Lust? (3:16) (2012) – Youtube

MyMusic – a mockumentary sitcom web series created by the Fine Brothers, Benny and Rafi Fine, that followed a group of co-workers that are employed in a music production company. Each co-worker personified a different genre of music and had a name representative of that genre – i.e. Techno, Dubstep, Indie, Idol, etc. The web series ran for two seasons and Alison only appeared in two of the episodes, both within the second season.

  • MyMusic: Season 2, Episode 6 – GHOSTS!!! (8:39) (2013) – Youtube
  • MyMusic: Season 2, Episode 7 – SAYING GOODBYE Sad (10:20) (2013) – Youtube

Raptor Raptor – comedy web series starring Brandon Alexander and Haley Mancini. Videos were often formatted either as a webcam video or a live-action cartoon. The series only ran for one season between 2013 and 2014, and Alison only appeared in one episode.

  • Raptor Raptor: How to Leave a Comment! (3:19) (2013) – Youtube

Game Off – an animated comedy web series created by Sandeep Parikh, and developed in a collaboration between Nerdist and Effinfunny. The series follows the lives of the Goombas (the evil mushroom monsters from the Mario Bros. video games) as they discuss their jobs, lives, loves, etc. Alison only appeared in one of the episodes, voicing one of the Goombas.

  • Episode 105: Comic-Con Cosplay (3:03) (2013) – Youtube


Spooked – a comedy series developed by Geek & Sundry, the series followed the story of a group of ghost hunters called the Paranormal Investigation Team, who would deal with various paranormal investigations/encounters. Alison only appeared in episode #1 and the series Gag Reel.

  • Spooked: Paranormal Professionals – EP1 (20:51) (2014) – Youtube
  • The Spooked Gag Reel! (4:10) (2014) – Youtube

What’s News – a news program hosted by Anthony Carboni and Trisha Hershberger, and broadcast exclusively through Comic Con HQ’s online subscription service. The program was comprised of interviews, sketches, and news pieces centered around topics that ranged from movies, to comic books and comic book culture, to pop culture, typically presented in a humorous fashion. Unfortunately, the program was cancelled after one season and is no longer available online.  Alison appeared in two episodes during the show’s run, both times playing the Harley Quinn character from the 2016 Suicide Squad movie.

  • Episode 6: Deep Dreams & Suicide (10:00) (2016) – No Source Online.
  • Episode 17: You Quinn Say That Again, Jason Bourne (11:00) (2016) – No Source Online

Con Man – a comedy web series created, written, directed by, and starring Alan Tudyk. The series follows cult science fiction actor Wray Nerely (Tudyk), as he tours the convention circuit, and is loosely based on Tudyk’s own experience. Currently with two seasons filmed, the show has since been picked up for rebroadcast by the Syfy network. Alison appears as Faith, assistant to Jack Moore (Nathan Fillion) in six episodes, across the two seasons currently filmed.



Tales of Titans – a comedy web series developed by Go90, exclusively for their smartphone app. The series is a parody of League of Legends, wherein a professional gaming team must find a replacement for one of their teammates, after said teammate suffers a nervous breakdown during a match in the middle of a tournament. The team has to struggle with finding a competent replacement and battling against a highly skilled opposing team, all in the hopes of winning the league championship. Alison appears in the first episode as a gaming commentator during the tournament. Unfortunately, despite not appearing in either episode 2 or 3 (both available for free, online) it is unknown if she appears in any other episodes within the series (8 episodes total), as I do not have the app.



Awesometacular with Jeremy Jahns – a weekly Internet show on the Verizon Go90 network, hosted by Jeremy Jahns. The show features Jahns talking about movies, TV shows, games, as well as interviewing guests. The show also includes various comedy segments given a particular topic or theme discussed by Jahns. Alison appeared in a segment titled “Movie Police” in Episode 7 of the show.

  • Episode 7: LEGO Batman vs Castle Crashers (28:25) (2017) – Youtube and go90 (Subscription Service)


Screen Junkies Presents – a comedy web series by Screen Junkies, and created exclusively for their website. In each episode, a guest of honor (a fictional character or characters from a popular TV/Movie series and/or animated film) are subjected to good-natured ridicule/jokes by a panel of characters (typically from the same fictional universe or having some connection to the character). The format follows the traditional “celebrity roast” model in which there is a “roastmaster” who hosts the event, members of the panel come up separately and insult the “guest of honor”, and other panelists, and at the end the “guest of honor” takes a turn to comment on the jokes/insult each panelist in return. All members of the roast are in costume, and these events are typically filmed in front of a live audience. Alison has appeared in two of these episodes as a member of the panel.

  • Episode 4: Screen Junkies Presents – The Roast of Darth Vader (63:13) (2016) – Screen Junkies
  • Episode 6: Screen Junkies Presents – The Roast of Beauty and the Beast (64:43) (2017) – Screen Junkies
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Web-based Specials and Events (Acting)


Handle with Care – a fundraising charity event held in 2009 by the Medicine Residents at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, benefitting the Los Angeles Christian Health Centers (LACHC) in downtown Los Angeles on Skid Row. Funds raised during this event were designated as a Health Care for the Homeless Program, specifically pledged to do outreach testing for HIV, and provide complete HIV treatment for anyone testing positive. Alison worked with Kevin Pereira to create a short film which was used to promote the event.

  • Charity: The Documentary (8:06) (2009) – Youtube

ACME’s Celebrity Improve Mash-up – a series of improvisational comedy performances held at the ACME Comedy Theater in Hollywood, from 2011-2012. Each performance had a guest celebrity (or two) who would perform with the comedy troupe, acting out scenes based on input from the audience. Performances were sometimes filmed and uploaded onto Youtube. Alison was invited to perform with the troupe in March of 2011. A full list of archived performances can be found here.

  • Celebrity Improv Mash-up (1:01:20) (2011) – Youtube


Shakes450 Project – in 2014, in honor of Shakespeare’s 450th birthday on April 23, 2014, The Digital Stage invited people to submit their performance of a Shakespeare monologue, which would be collected and archived as part of the Shakes450 Project. Alison, along with Chloe Dykstra and others, participated in the event by performing a relay version of the monologue “All the World’s a Stage”, from As You Like It, Act II, Scene VII. Unfortunately, since the event in 2014, the video submitted has since been pulled from Youtube, and is no longer available.

  • Shakes450: All the World’s a Stage (no information) (2014) – No Online Source
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Television Series (Acting, Starring Role)

Royal Records – a pilot created by the LA comedy group, Stoonbot, made up of Nick Psinakis, Kevin Ignatius, Lu Jimenez, and Paul Lupario. The premise revolves around a group of employees that work at a record label, Royal Records, and in the pilot, they work to try and save the label by bringing in "the next big thing".

  • Royal Records: Season 1, Episode 1 – Pilot (26:00) (2013) – Youtube
  • Royal Records Teaser Trailer (2:49) (2013) – Youtube


Leading L.A. – a sitcom pilot for a TV series. The premise revolves around how the Mayor of LA's assistant and his fellow co-workers at City Hall Headquarters must stop the dim-witted, under qualified, womanizer Mayor from embarrassing himself in front of the media and voters on a daily basis.



The Team Unicorn Saturday Action Fun Hour! – a pilot developed by Team Unicorn (Clare Grant, Rileah Vanderbilt, Milynn Sarley, and Alison), written by Dan Milano, and directed by Seth Green, that combined live-action sequences with cartoons, but aimed at adults. The program follows the adventures of four mythical heroines who masquerade as human girls. The program would feature the voice talents of Jane Lynch and Alan Tudyk as the villains in the program, Tara Strong as Billy, the boy who could summon the Unicorns, and Kevin Shinick as the show’s announcer. Unfortunately, due to creative differences between the team and Cartoon Network, who didn’t quite agree with the vision the group had for the program and wanted it more sanitized for children – the program never proceeded beyond the initial pilot. While there is no full episode available online, or clips of the live-action sequences, a partial clip from the animated portion of the show was aired at Nerd HQ in 2014, as part of a live-panel with the Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.

  • Animation Clip from Pilot Episode – Stoopid Buddy Stoodios Panel, Nerd HQ, SDCC 2014 (49:22) (2014) – Youtube (The video length refers to the full panel, however the show clip appears at timecode 26:18)
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Believers Among Us (no information) (2005) – No Source Online. (Christian-based TV Series that only had 5 episodes, each stand-alone. No idea which she appeared in)


I Hate My 30's – a sitcom put out by VH1 in 2007, the show focused on a cast of characters in their 30s who work together in a nondescript office environment, with them coming to the grudging realization that they are well into adulthood and need to grow up. Alison appeared only in the first episode.

  • I Have to Go #30 (21:25) (2007) – Vimeo


The Fred Durst Thing – a reality-television series developed for A&E in 2007. Alison had a recurring role in the series. It is unknown if this series was developed beyond the pilot stage, as there is little information online.

  • The Fred Durst Thing: Pilot (no information) (2007) – No Source Online.


Reno 911! – a mockumentary-style series on Comedy Central that ran from 2003-2009 and followed the activities of the law enforcement officers of the Reno Sheriff’s Department. Alison appeared in Season 5 as a bride who was attempting to get married on a bridge, prior to bungee-jumping off of it.



Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous – a comedy series that was put out by MTV in 2013, the show focused on Zach Stone, a high school graduate in Boston, who attempts to pursue his dream of fame and stardom instead of attending college, by hiring a film crew from MTV who document his day-to-day life as he attempts to “make it big” through a variety of stunts. Alison appeared only in the seventh episode.

  • Season 1, Episode 7 – Zach Stone Is Gonna Be the Zachelor (20:59) (2013) – iTunes and Amazon Video


Franklin & Bash – a comedy/drama series that followed two unconventional lawyers and longtime friends (played by Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar) as they are recruited by the prestigious law firm of Infeld & Daniels, LLC, and deal with cases through their courtroom antics. Alison guest starred in the seventh episode of the third season, only.



Shameless – a US remake of a British TV series (with the same title). Set in Chicago, the series follows the dysfunctional family of Frank Gallagher, the single father of six children. The series follows the family as they try to survive while enduring various struggles and misadventures. Alison appeared only in Season 4 of the series.

  • Shameless: Season 4, Episode 2 – “My Oldest Daughter” (Full Episode) (49:11) (2014) – Youtube (Buy) and iTunes (Buy) and Amazon Video (Buy) and Google Play (Buy)
  • Shameless: Season 4, Episode 2 – “My Oldest Daughter” (Clip) (1:06) (2014) – Youtube


NCIS – an action police procedural television series, revolving around a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, which investigates crimes involving the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Alison only appeared in the first episode of Season 12 of this particular NCIS series, yet she featured HEAVILY in it!



Bones – a procedural crime drama centered around charactes FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth and forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan, incorporating forensic anthropology and forensic archeology into each episode. The series ran from 2005-2017. Alison only ever appeared in one episode in the series.



Impress Me – a comedy series, originally named “The Impression Guys”, it was written and directed by Ben Shelton, and developed by the media company SoulPancake. The series aired on the Pop TV network under the title “Impress Me”, and followed two voice actors, Jim Marshall and Ross Marvin, who were trying to leave the world of voice-acting, transitioning over to acting in dramatic roles. The series only ran for 13 episodes in 2015, and Alison only appeared in episodes 9 and 13 of the series.

  • The Impression Guys: Episode 9 – Daddy’s Daddy Issues (22:23) (2015) – Youtube
  • The Impression Guys: Episode 13 – Night of a Million Impressions (22:27) (2015) – Youtube


Robot Chicken – a stop-motion sketch comedy series created by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, and which airs on the Adult Swim programming block on Cartoon Network. To date, Alison has only performed voice-over in one episode, during Season 8 of the series. Unfortunately, I do not know which character she voiced.


Stitchers – a science fiction crime drama which follows Kirsten Clark, who has been recruited into a government agency to be "stitched" into the memories of people recently deceased to investigate murders and mysteries that otherwise would have gone unsolved. Alison only appeared in one episode, during the second season.



NCIS: Los Angeles – an action television series combining elements of the military drama and police procedural dramas. A spinoff of the NCIS TV series, the program is based in Los Angeles and follows the exploits of the Office of Special Projects, an elite division of NCIS that specializes in undercover assignments. Alison only appeared in one episode during the show’s 8th Season.

Note: There appears to be a discrepancy in episode numbering – some of the sites below have it listed as Episode 11, and some as Episode 10. In either case, the episode is titled “The Tidings We Bring”.



Home – a TV series currently in production and set for release in 2018. The series follows a married millennial couple from rural Texas as they “try to find a sense of home in a city that feels nothing like it.” Alison is set to appear in one of the episodes in the first season of the series.

  • Home Facade (no information) (2018) – No Source Online. The series has yet to premiere.
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Web or Television Pilot (Acting)

A “Pilot”, by definition, is a show/episode produced and filmed as a sample of a proposed series. Since she began acting, Alison has appeared in several pilots for either television or web series, some of which are available online, either as stand-alone episodes, or as a “video fragment” in a production reel for a Production Company. These episodes may be full-fledged video productions with sets and costuming, or they may be cast readings of a script or scripts, to be produced in the event that a series is picked up for production. In either case – pilots, video suspected to be a pilot, etc. are to be listed in this subsection.


The Fred Durst Thing – a reality-television series developed for A&E in 2007. Alison had a recurring role in the series. It is unknown if this series was developed beyond the pilot stage, as there is little information online.

  • The Fred Durst Thing: Pilot (no information) (2007) – No Source Online.


The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo – a “short film” listed on IMDB as a TV Movie, this seems like it was actually shot as a pilot for a web or TV series.

  • The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo: Pilot (19:22) (2010) – Vimeo and Youtube (This is the full length pilot episode)
  • The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo: Pilot – Part 1 (10:23) (2010) – Youtube (Pilot episode split into two uploads)
  • The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo: Pilot – Part 2 (8:59) (2010) – Youtube (Pilot episode split into two uploads)


Royal Records – a pilot created by the LA comedy group, Stoonbot, made up of Nick Psinakis, Kevin Ignatius, Lu Jimenez, and Paul Lupario. The premise revolves around a group of employees that work at a record label, Royal Records, and in the pilot, they work to try and save the label by bringing in "the next big thing".

  • Royal Records: Season 1, Episode 1 – Pilot (26:00) (2013) – Youtube
  • Royal Records Teaser Trailer (2:49) (2013) – Youtube


Leading L.A. – a sitcom pilot for a TV series. The premise revolves around how the Mayor of LA's assistant and his fellow co-workers at City Hall Headquarters must stop the dim-witted, under qualified, womanizer Mayor from embarrassing himself in front of the media and voters on a daily basis.



The Team Unicorn Saturday Action Fun Hour! – a pilot developed by Team Unicorn (Clare Grant, Rileah Vanderbilt, Milynn Sarley, and Alison), written by Dan Milano, and directed by Seth Green, that combined live-action sequences with cartoons, but aimed at adults. The program follows the adventures of four mythical heroines who masquerade as human girls. The program would feature the voice talents of Jane Lynch and Alan Tudyk as the villains in the program, Tara Strong as Billy, the boy who could summon the Unicorns, and Kevin Shinick as the show’s announcer. Unfortunately, due to creative differences between the team and Cartoon Network, who didn’t quite agree with the vision the group had for the program and wanted it more sanitized for children – the program never proceeded beyond the initial pilot. While there is no full episode available online, or clips of the live-action sequences, a partial clip from the animated portion of the show was aired at Nerd HQ in 2014, as part of a live-panel with the Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.

  • Animation Clip from Pilot Episode – Stoopid Buddy Stoodios Panel, Nerd HQ, SDCC 2014 (49:22) (2014) – Youtube (The video length refers to the full panel, however the show clip appears at timecode 26:18)
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Short Films and Full-Length Movies (Acting)

Internet Date (no information) (2004) – IMDB (Trailer Only)

Reality Sucks! (no information) (2004) – No Source Online.

Coffee (10:12) (2004) – Youtube

Hotties (no information) (2004) – No Source Online.

Indigo Hearts (91 min.) (2005) – Amazon Prime Streaming Video

Unseen (8:56) (2005) – IMDB (Full Movie)

Wasted (2006) – No Source Online.

Joe Lies (no information) (2006) – No Source Online.

Into the Arms of Strangers (93:21) (2007) – No Source Online

The Indian (91:00) (2007) – Netflix (Movie can be rented) and Youtube (Trailer)

The Donner Party (91:28) (2009) – Youtube (Rent or Buy)

Untitled New York Project (U.N.Y.P.) (no information) (2009) – IMDB (Trailer only)

Heart of Now (89:12) (2010) – Vimeo (Trailer only) and Youtube (Rent or Buy)

Division III: Football’s Finest (98:07) (2011) – Youtube (Rent or Buy) and Amazon Video (Rent or Buy) and iTunes (Rent or Buy) and Google Play (Rent or Buy)

I Hate You, Andrew (11:00) (2011) – Vimeo (No online source for the full short film, but a clip does show up in this film reel. Alison is prominent in the clip)

Waking (90:00) (2013) – iTunes (Rent or Buy)

Screwed (109:00) (2013) – Youtube (Rent or Buy) and iTunes (Buy) and Amazon Video (Rent or Buy) and Google Play (Rent or Buy)

Free.Lunch (14:00) (2014) – Vimeo (Full Movie) and Youtube (Full Movie)

Mega Shark vs. Kolossus – a sci-fi film from 2015, featuring a virtually un-killable giant shark going up against a Russian Cold War mobile weapon of mass destruction. This movie was part of the “Mega Shark” movie franchise series. Alison (and the other members of Team Unicorn) make a featured (albeit brief) appearance at the beginning of the film.

  • Mega Shark vs. Kolossus (89:01) (2015) – Youtube (Rent or Buy) and iTunes (Rent or Buy)  and Amazon Video (Rent or Buy)  and Google Play (Rent or Buy)
  • Full Clip from Movie: Team Unicorn Takes on Mega Shark! (8:20) (2015) – Youtube

Chatter – a “found footage” horror film written and directed by Matthew Solomon. The movie had a limited released in 2015, winning several awards in several film festivals. The film appears to have never been in wide release either in theaters, on DVD, or online. Based on the casting credits, Alison was not one of the two leads, but had a prominent role in the movie. The premise is as follows:

While monitoring Internet traffic for the Department of Homeland Security, Agent Martin Takagi comes across the intimate video chats of a couple, temporarily living in different parts of the world, who begin to discover their new home is haunted.

  • Chatter (76:00) (2015) – No Source Online.
  • Chatter: Trailer (1:31) (2015) – Youtube (Alison appears briefly at 1:15)

Freshwater – a horror film released in 2016, which depicts a group of 20-somethings who meet up at an inland lake house in Louisiana for some weekend partying, and are attacked by giant alligators.

  • Freshwater (83:00) (2016) – No Source Online.
  • Freshwater: Trailer (1:07) (2016) – Youtube


Killer Assistant – a Lifetime Channel movie, the film follows Suzanne Austin, a magazine editor in a struggling marriage, as she succumbs to her new assistant David's seduction. What starts as one bad decision quickly spirals into a web of blackmail, manipulation and murder as David becomes increasingly unhinged. Alison has some screen time in the movie, and has an unfortunate run-in with the psycho.

  • Killer Assistant (89:57) (2016) – Youtube


Concessionaires Must Die! – indie film starring David Blue and funded in part by donations made through the movie’s Indiegogo campaign. The movie follows a group of young concessionaires working at a one-screen movie theater, as they struggle to save the venue when a multiplex is about to open down the street. Alison makes a brief cameo appearance as Martha Wayne in the movie.

  • Concessionaires Must Die! (93:00) (2017) – No Source Online.
  • Concessionaires Must Die: Trailer (2:57 and 2:39) (2017) Youtube (Trailer w/ Stan Lee Intro) and Youtube (Trailer without Stan Lee Intro)


Saturn Returns – a Romantic Comedy and Drama with a limited released in 2017. The movie was written and directed by Shawn Tolleson, who produced the film with Gregory Lemkin. Besides appearing at a few film festivals, the movie has yet to be widely released.

  • Saturn Returns (98:00) (2017) – No Source Online.
  • Saturn Returns: Trailer (2:12) (2017) – Vimeo and Vimeo

Babymoon (99:05) (2017) – Youtube (Rent or Buy) and iTunes (Rent or Buy) and Amazon Video (Rent or Buy) and Google Play (Rent or Buy)


Applecart (no information) (2018) – Movie is currently in post-production and has not yet been released.
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Video Games (Acting)

Cathedral (1:52) (2011) – Youtube (Trailer for an Augmented Reality gaming app that was in-development)

The Naked Gun: I.C.U.P. by DNA Interactive Ltd. (2012) – Youtube (Voice-over only. Clip is of gameplay footage, Alison appears as “Ellen” at timecode 30:57)

Far Cry 5: Official The Resistance: Mary May Trailer by Ubisoft (1:20) (2017) – Youtube (Voice-over, however the character’s appearance is based on Alison, and both facial and physical movements are done by Alison via motion capture)
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On-Stage/Theatrical (Acting)

Pieces (of Ass) – an off-Broadway play that featured a series of original monologues delivered by a cast of 11 or 12 women (number in original performance was 12, in the 2013 10th Anniversary/revival it was 11). In the play, each woman takes the stage to speak about their own experience regarding the “ordeal of being beautiful” (to quote various reviews) usually dressed in costumes that ranged from sexy nurse/cheerleader to lingere. Alison had a role in the play, both when it opened at The Joint in Las Vegas, and later at the Roxy in Los Angeles, around 2004. In 2013, during the show’s 10th Anniversary/revival, she was in the production again when it played at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles.

Note: Regarding the dates of these videos – the publication dates are “off” by several years from when the production took place, so we’re going with the date of the original production (which is probably when these were made).

  • Pieces (of Ass) Trailer: Version 1 (6:04) (2004) – Youtube
  • Pieces (of Ass) Trailer: Version 2 (9:14) (2004) – Youtube


ACME’s Celebrity Improve Mash-up – a series of improvisational comedy performances held at the ACME Comedy Theater in Hollywood, from 2011-2012. Each performance had a guest celebrity (or two) who would perform with the comedy troupe, acting out scenes based on input from the audience. Performances were sometimes filmed and uploaded onto Youtube. Alison was invited to perform with the troupe in March of 2011. A full list of archived performances can be found here.

  • Celebrity Improv Mash-up (1:01:20) (2011) – Youtube


Shakes450 Project – in 2014, in honor of Shakespeare’s 450th birthday on April 23, 2014, The Digital Stage invited people to submit their performance of a Shakespeare monologue, which would be collected and archived as part of the Shakes450 Project. Alison, along with Chloe Dykstra and others, participated in the event by performing a relay version of the monologue “All the World’s a Stage”, from As You Like It, Act II, Scene VII. Unfortunately, since the event in 2014, the video submitted has since been pulled from Youtube, and is no longer available.

  • Shakes450: All the World’s a Stage (no information) (2014) – No Online Source
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Work as a Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer



Web Series (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)

4 Points with Alex Albrecht – web series on the Nerdist network, the show was filmed in 2012 and consisted of discussion, between four individuals, concerning weekly topics in the realms of technology, pop culture, current events and other genres. Of the four individuals, the two permanent hosts were Alex Albrecht and Alison, who would be joined by two guests for their discussion. Additionally, Alison was also the producer for the entire run of the series.

  • Episode 1: Zachary Levi (22:56) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 2: Ted Raimi (24:55) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 3: Joel David Moore (26:59) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 4: James Gunn (25:59) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 5: Andy Richter (27:32) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 6, Part 1: Wil Wheaton (10:00) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 6, Part 2: Wil Wheaton (5:18) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 6, Part 3: Wil Wheaton (7:12) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 6, Part 4: Wil Wheaton (6:07) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 7: Jason Ritter (26:42) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 8: Chris Hardwick (27:07) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 9: Brea Grant (28:40) (2012) – Youtube
  • Bonus Feature: 1 More Point: The Gastronomicon (3:57) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 10: Matt Braunger (29:01) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 11: Baba Booey & David Alpert (27:25) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 12: Mary Lynn Rajskub (28:48) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 13: Janet Varney & Kumail Nanjiani (29:51) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 14: Dana Gould (29:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 15, Part 1 – 4 Points Live: Michael Biehn (23:35) (2012) – Youtube
  • Episode 15, Part 2 – 4 Points Live: Michael Biehn & James Urbaniak (23:44) (2012) – Youtube


What’s Trending – a web television series developed and hosted by Shira Lazar, and broadcast live on their Youtube channel. The program is in the style of a talk show, with different featured segments - guests are interviewed, daily “trending” videos are viewed and discussed, and there are occasional performances by musical guests. Initially associated with CBS, the network split with the program in late 2011 and the program restructured to go from a weekly show to a daily one. Alison has appeared on the show on several occasions, even participating in the special web event, the “Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon” in December of 2012. Alison’s role on the program has been one of an interviewee, as well as a host/presenter, panelist, and participant.

  • Episode 21: October 4, 2011 (50:05) (2011) – Youtube (Full Episode) (Interviewee and Panelist)
  • Episode 21: Nick Kroll and Alison Haislip on What’s Trending (4:37) (2011) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • Episode 21: Cyberbullying – How Can We Stop It (4:21) (2011) – Youtube (Panelist)
  • Episode 21: Women Beat Men in Social Media (4:21) (2011) – Youtube (Panelist)
  • Episode 21: A Livestream Birth – Like/Dislike (5:58) (2011) – Youtube (Panelist)
  • Episode for July 13, 2012: Comic Con 2012 – Jay Mewes Previews Jay and Silent Bob App (7:32) (2012) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon (143:11) (2012) – Youtube (Host) (Alison appears at 41:23)
  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon: Pentatonix Sing “Angels We Have Heard on High” (3:46) (2012) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Lonely Island YOLO Song Plus Top 5 Videos of 1/28/13 (3:52) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Lamorne Morris ("New Girl") on Season 2 Surprises, Drinking Games and Boastful Rap Lyrics (10:54) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Hannah Hart's Blind Taste Test vs. Lance Bass + Hello Harto Updates! (11:50) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 30, 2013: Gangnam Style (강남스타일) Paper Flipbook Plus Top 5 YouTube Videos of 1/30/13 (3:51) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 30, 2013: Best Super Bowl Ads Ever | The YouTube All Time Top 3 (1:57) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon 2014 (138:06) (2014) – Youtube (Participant) (Alison is seen responding to Tweets on the main stage for the 1st half of the event)


Fandango All Access’s Movie3Some – a series from Fandango MOVIECLIPS, the show is an irreverent variety show, where anything goes, hosted primarily by Tiffany Smith and Kristian Harloff, with a rotating guest co-host. The hosts discuss recent movies, upcoming movies, box office results, trivia, play games, and basically have a lot of fun. Alison guest co-hosted an episode on the show in 2015.

  • Movie3Some: Episode 3 – Alison Haislip (6:59) (2015) – Youtube


The Morning After – a Hulu original web series which ran from 2011-2014. The program was produced by Hulu and Jace Hall, and appeared on Hulu in a Monday thru Friday schedule. The program consistent of two co-hosts, highlighting notable moments in TV and current news, typically from the night before, taking turns reviewing the night’s highlights, and interjecting their own personality. Starting in 2012, the show had a rotating schedule of hosts, and Alison appeared from 2012-2014, on almost 200 episodes. Unfortunately, the show was never archived online, so full episodes cannot be found either on Hulu, or the web in general. However, the “cold openings” or “teasers” were partially archived by Hulu on Youtube, and while the date coverage is not complete (select episodes from 2012-2013), there are several that feature Alison as the host.

  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 10, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 11, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 15, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 18, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 19, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 24, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 25, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – October 31, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 2, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 5, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 7, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 8, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 12, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 14, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 15, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 28, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 29, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – November 30, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – December 3, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – December 6, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – December 12, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – December 13, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – December 17, 2012 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – January 7, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – January 17, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – January 18, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – January 23, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – January 25, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – January 30, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 1, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 6, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 8, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 11, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 13, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 15, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 21, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 22, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 25, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – February 28, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 1, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 4, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 6, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 8, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 11, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 13, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 14, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 18, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 20, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 22, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 25, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – March 27, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – April 15, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – April 19, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – April 22, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – April 24, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – April 25, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 1, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 2, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 3, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 22, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 23, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 24, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 29, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – May 31, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – June 7, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – June 12, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – June 13, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – June 17, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – June 21, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – June 24, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – June 28, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – July 3, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – July 10, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – July 11, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – July 26, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – August 26, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • The Morning After: Teaser – August 29, 2013 (0:30) (2012) – Youtube



FanSided’s Winter is Coming Live – web series put out by the FanSided Network, and airing on theStream.tv. The web series comprised of recapping each episode from the then current season of Game of Thrones, as they were aired, on a weekly basis. Alison first appeared as a guest in the recap for the episode titled “Oathkeeper”, which aired in 2014, during the show’s 4th Season. In 2015, the FanSided Network partnered with Entertainment Weekly to cross-promote the web series, and Alison joined Adam Rady and Xavier Brinkman to host the program’s coverage of the entire 5th Season of Game of Thrones.

Season 4 – 2014

  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Full Recap (32:00) (2014) – Dailymotion (Full Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Does Jaime Have Honor? (8:23) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Is Sansa Safe with Little Finger? (4:38) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Can the Tyrells Be Trusted? (5:40) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Can Daenerys and Her Army Be Stopped? (4:39) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – What is Going to Happen at The Wall? (7:54) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)

Season 5 – 2015

  • Season 5, Episode 1: “The Wars to Come” – Recap (31:48) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 2: “The House of Black and White” – Recap (38:25) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 3: “High Sparrow” – Recap (34:13) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 4: “Sons of the Harpy” – Recap (38:24) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 5: “Kill the Boy” – Recap (38:18) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 6: “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” – Recap (37:51) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 7: “The Gift” – Recap (39:56) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 8: “Hardhome” – Recap (42:04) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 9: “The Dance of Dragons” – Recap (38:54) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 10: “Mother’s Mercy” – Recap (55:51) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5 – Entire Season Recap (1:08:52) (2015) – Youtube


Super-Fan Builds – a web series developed by Break Media for their “AWE me” Youtube channel, that ran from December 2014 to January 2017. The series follows some of Hollywood's top prop makers as they build one-of-a-kind items for super-fans of comic books, video games, movies, and pop culture. The program had a rotating schedule of hosts throughout its run, and Alison hosted the first five episodes of the series.

  • Episode 1: Groot Swing Set (Guardians of the Galaxy) (8:59) (2014) – Youtube
  • Episode 2: LOTR Litter Box & Cat Scratching Post (Lord of the Rings) (9:49) (2014) – Youtube
  • Episode 3: City of Rapture Fish Tank (BioShock) (11:05) (2014) – Youtube
  • Episode 4: Batmobile Baby Stroller (The Dark Knight) (8:21) (2015) – Youtube
  • Episode 5: Final Fantasy Kitchen Knives (Final Fantasy) (11:27) (2015) – Youtube
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Hero Factor – a 3-part special by IGN which centers on the various features of the Ubisoft video game, Prince of Persia, released in 2008.



Q&A with Stan Lee – a two-part Question and Answer segment hosted on Stan Lee’s Youtube Channel, and given to announce and celebrate the launch of his website, therealstanlee.com.

  • Part 1 of Interview (11:55) (2012) – Youtube
  • Part 2 of Interview (10:38) (2012) – Youtube

54th Annual GRAMMY Awards – Alison was one of four hosts who covered the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards, as part of GRAMMY Live, the live-stream coverage of the award show that was simulcast on both GRAMMY.com and CBS.com. The live-stream coverage was done over a period of three days (Feb. 10-12) in 2012, during which Alison covered the pre-show events, red-carpet arrivals, back stage events at the award show, and interviews with various attendees.

The original program schedule was as follows:

February 10

2–5 p.m. PT: Social Media Rock Stars Summit,
7–9 p.m. PT: MusiCares Person of the Year honoring Paul McCartney

February 11

2:45–5 p.m. PT: Special Merit Awards,
5–7 p.m. PT: Nominees Reception
7–7:30 p.m. PT: From Your Garage To GRAMMY Live
7:30–9:30 p.m. PT: Pre-GRAMMY Gala

February 12

Noon–5 p.m. PT: GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet
1–3:30 p.m. PT: GRAMMY Awards Pre-Telecast
5–8:30 p.m. PT: 54th GRAMMY Awards Multi-Screen Experience
8:30–10 p.m. PT: 2012 GRAMMY Celebration

February 10th Footage from Social Media Rock Stars Summit:


February 10th Footage from the Musicares Person of the Year Award:

  • Rosanna Arquette At 2012 MusiCares Person Of The Year (0:54) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Steve Vai at 2012 MusiCares Person of the Year (1:45) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Corinne Bailey Rae At 2012 MusiCares Person Of The Year (0:55) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Smokey Robinson At 2012 MusiCares Person Of The Year (0:49) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Richard Branson at 2012 MusiCares Person of the Year (1:28) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Hugh Hefner at 2012 MusiCares Person of the Year (0:40) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • 2012 MusiCares Person Of The Year Red Carpet Highlights (2:32) (2012) – GRAMMY.com (Alison appears interviewing Corinne Bailey Rae, Alison Krauss, Smokey Robinson, Tony Bennett, Steve Vai, and Richard Branson

February 11th Footage from the Pre-GRAMMY Gala:

  • Tom Hanks At Pre-GRAMMY Gala (1:33) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Tom Hanks and Sheila E. at Pre-GRAMMY Gala (0:41) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Sheila E. At Pre-GRAMMY Gala (2:02) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Kim Kardashian at Pre-GRAMMY Gala (0:34) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Matthew Morrison At Pre-GRAMMY Gala (1:22) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Skrillex At Pre-GRAMMY Gala (3:03) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Herbie Hancock At Pre-GRAMMY Gala (2:41) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Kelly Rowland at Pre-GRAMMY Gala (4:06) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Jimmy Jam At Pre-GRAMMY Gala (3:40) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • India.Arie At Pre-GRAMMY Gala (2:46) (2012) – GRAMMY.com

February 12th Footage from the GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet:

  • Deana Carter on the Red Carpet (3:10) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Adam Machado on the Red Carpet (1:23) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Eighth Blackbird on the Red Carpet (1:08) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Ryan Shore (Best Score Soundtrack Nominee) on the Red Carpet (1:17) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Daniel Ho on the Red Carpet (1:36) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Steve Martin on the Red Carpet (3:30) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Donald Lawrence (Nominee for Best Gospel Song) on the Red Carpet (1:33) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Jean Baptiste on the Red Carpet (1:24) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Seth Glier (Nominee for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical) on the Red Carpet (1:26) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Kurt Elling on the Red Carpet (2:09) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Royal Tailor on the Red Carpet (2:27) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Tara Keith and Cameron Earnst on the Red Carpet (2:45) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • The Runners on the Red Carpet (1:52) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Dave Barnes on the Red Carpet (3:28) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Robert Sher on the Red Carpet (2:20) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Union Station on the Red Carpet (1:40) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Mumford & Sons on the Red Carpet (5:11) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Booker T. Jones on the Red Carpet (1:33) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • The Civil Wars (Joy Williams and John Paul White) on the Red Carpet (2:50) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Roshon Fegan on the Red Carpet (1:52) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Jamie Grace Harper (Nominee for Best Contemporary Christian Music Song) on the Red Carpet (2:45) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Tia Carrere on the Red Carpet (3:19) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Eric Benet on the Red Carpet (2:20) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • The Band Perry on the Red Carpet (1:09) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Ledisi on the Red Carpet (1:37) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Paul Shaffer on the Red Carpet (1:45) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Kathy Griffin on the Red Carpet (2:08) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Steven Van Zandt on the Red Carpet (2:45) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Lupe Fiasco on the Red Carpet (2:13) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Duck Sauce, Skrillex on the Red Carpet (2:23) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Kelly Rowland on the Red Carpet (1:46) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • DJ Khaled and Rick Ross on the Red Carpet (1:38) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Weird Al Yankovic on the Red Carpet (3:00) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Bonnie Raitt on the Red Carpet (1:57) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Eric Church on the Red Carpet (1:45) (2012) – GRAMMY.com
  • Dallas Austin On the Red Carpet (1:35) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and [/url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_1JLpL7cJQ]Youtube[/url]

February 12th Footage from Backstage at the GRAMMY Awards:

  • Victor Cruz and Mario Manningham backstage at 54th GRAMMY Awards (3:44) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube
  • Ryan Tedder backstage at 54th GRAMMY Awards (7:49) (2012) – GRAMMY.com and Youtube


What’s Trending – a web television series developed and hosted by Shira Lazar, and broadcast live on their Youtube channel. The program is in the style of a talk show, with different featured segments - guests are interviewed, daily “trending” videos are viewed and discussed, and there are occasional performances by musical guests. Initially associated with CBS, the network split with the program in late 2011 and the program restructured to go from a weekly show to a daily one. Alison has appeared on the show on several occasions, even participating in the special web event, the “Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon” in December of 2012. Alison’s role on the program has been one of an interviewee, as well as a host/presenter and participant.

  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon (143:11) (2012) – Youtube (Host) (Alison appears at 41:23)
  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon: Pentatonix Sing “Angels We Have Heard on High” (3:46) (2012) – Youtube (Host)
  • Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon 2014 (138:06) (2014) – Youtube (Participant) (Alison is seen on the main stage, responding to Tweets directed at the program, for the 1st half of the event)



Course of the Force – an annual relay, held in the days leading up to San Diego Comic Con, and with a Star Wars theme. Started in 2012 by Peter Levin and Chris Hardwick of Nerdist Industries, the relay acts as a fundraising event for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Participants of the relay sign up at a cost of $500, and 100% of the registration proceeds benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation chapters of Greater Los Angeles, Orange County and Inland Empire, and San Diego. The Participants travel from Santa Monica to San Diego in quarter-mile increments, typically over a period of 5 days, handing off a lightsaber to the next runner (ala the torch relay in the Olympics). Alison participated in the Course of the Force relay, both in 2012 and 2013, filming segments for Nerdist concerning the relay and both interviewing and interacting with various guests and participants.

Course of the Force 2012:

  • Course of the Force, Day 1 Recap: An Epic Journey Begins (15:28) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 2 Recap: Jabba’s Pleasure Barge (15:44) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 3 Part 1 Recap: Lego My Lightsaber (21:36) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 3 Part 2 Recap: The Saga Continues (16:54) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 4 Part 1 Recap: Return of the Course (13:23) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 4 Part 2 Recap: The Course is Strong (13:35) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 5 Part 1 Recap: May the Course Be With You (20:25) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 5 Part 2 Recap: At-Attack of the Course (26:30) (2012) – Youtube

Course of the Force 2012 Footage from June 9th, 2012, Filmed in LEGOLAND California (1:12) (2012) – Youtube

Course of the Force 2013:

  • Course of the Force, Day 6 Recap: Molly Quinn as Mara Jade (9:07) (2013) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 7 Recap: Mandalorian Mercs Storm Pacific Beach (7:57) (2013) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 8 Recap: The Course Arrives at Comic-Con! (9:44) (2013) – Youtube

The 1st Annual Geekie Awards – a live-streamed geek-genre award show broadcast from the Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles, in July of 2013. The show featured the best indie-created, high production value short films, web series, comic books, artists, designers, toy/game makers, etc. In addition to all this, Stan Lee received a Lifetime Achievement award at the event. Alison was the premiere host for this event, and featured prominently throughout the live stream on UStream.tv.

  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: Red Carpet Interviews with Geek Legacy (6:08) (2013) Youtube (Alison is initially interviewed at 0:32 and later at 3:59. She’s also seen being interviewed in the background)
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: Alison Haislip Shares Her Geeky Secrets with Geek Legacy (2:08) (2013) Youtube
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: Opening Action Scene (5:31) (2013) Youtube
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: Host Alison Haislip Opens the Show... with a Special Guest Appearance! (6:12) (2013) Youtube
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: Seth Green Presents Stan Lee with the Lifetime Achievement Award (11:03) (2013)
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: Nathan Fillion wins 'Geek of the Year' Award (4:01) (2013) Youtube
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: Speech by Creator/Executive Producer Kristen Nedopak (3:27) (2013) Youtube
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: The Pumpkin Geek Wins 'Best Art/Craft' with Grant Imahara, Bonnie Burton (6:47) (2013) Youtube
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: The Record Keeper Wins 'Best One Shot' with Chris Gore and Keahu Kahuanui (7:11) (2013) Youtube
  • The 2013 Geekie Awards: The Nerd Machine Wins 'Best Website' with Richard Hatch, Winner Twins (11:55) (2013) Youtube

Related Video:

  • Nerd Alert: The Geekie Awards Wrap Up with Kristen Nedopak! (10:17) (2013) – Youtube (Brief footage of Alison’s intro of Kristen Nedopak during the Geekie Awards Ceremony)
  • Teens Wanna Know: Richard Hatch, Stan Lee, Seth Green,, Winner Twins, Yuri Lowenthal @ 1st Annual Geekie Awards (11:01) (2013) Youtube (Alison makes a brief appearance hosting the event at timecode 0:12)
  • Andre “Black Nerd” Meadows: BLACK NERD SINGS & TWERKS (Geekie Awards) (4:02) (2013) Youtube (Photograph of Alison with Andre, taken at the event, shows up at 3:23)
  • The 2014 Geekie Awards: Promo (1:00) (2014) Youtube (Promo for 2014 show, using footage from 2013 show)
  • The 2014 Geekie Awards: Trailer (2:03) (2014) Youtube (Trailer for 2014 show, using footage from 2013 show)


Heavy’s Fight Day Live – on several occasions Alison has filmed Pre-Show segments for Pay-Per-View UFC events under the Heavy.com “Fight Day Live” banner. These were typically shown prior to the main event, with Alison giving a breakdown of the upcoming match or matches, along with information concerning the fighters involved. To my knowledge, Alison only ever filmed three of these segments for Heavy’s Fight Day Live, and all of them in 2013. The show, itself, was streamed simultaneously on Heavy.com, YahooSports.com, FoxSports.com, and several other MMA, Sports News, and Streaming Media websites.

  • Fight Day: UFC 162 (27:24) (2013) – Youtube
  • Fight Day: UFC 163 – Predictions (28:47) (2013) – Youtube and Vimeo
  • Fight Day: UFC 164 – Predictions, Preview & Fight Analysis for Henderson vs. Pettis 2 (26:28) (2013) – Youtube


Save Stan’s Twitter – an online campaign which took place in 2013, wherein various celebrities promoted Stan Lee’s Twitter account, in an effort to increase the number of Stan’s Twitter followers to one million, before his birthday. Alison was named “TheRealStanLee Ambassador”, and participated in the event in several ways – tweeting out to her followers to follow Stan’s account, participating in a Stan Lee Twitter Telethon held at 1337Loungelive, and filming a Public Service Announcement (PSA) asking viewers to subscribe to Stan’s account. While the PSA cannot be found online as a stand-alone clip, it was broadcast during the Stan Lee Twitter Telethon held at 1337Loungelive.

  • Save Stan’s Twitter: Alison PSA (0:50) (2013) – Youtube (Part of Stan Lee Twitter Telethon Stream)
  • Stan Lee’s Celebrity Twitterthon at 1337Loungelive (84:59) (2013) – Youtube (Alison appears at 1:09:44, sitting next to Stan on the couch)


The 2nd Annual Geekie Awards – a live-streamed geek-genre award show from the Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles, in August of 2014. The show featured the best indie-created, high production value short films, web series, comic books, artists, designers, toy/game makers, etc. It was during this year that the venue moved from streaming on UStream.tv to Twitch.tv. Alison, though not the main host of the show this year, was a presenter during the award show.

  • The 2014 Geekie Awards: Best Indie Video Game (6:02) (2014) Youtube/url]

Related Video:

  • The 2014 Geekie Awards: Highlights (2:01) (2014) Youtube (Brief clip of Alison presenting at 1:02)
  • The 2014 Geekie Awards: Promo (1:00) (2014) Youtube (Promo for 2014 show, using footage from 2013 show)
  • The 2014 Geekie Awards: Trailer (2:03) (2014) Youtube (Trailer for 2014 show, using footage from 2013 show)


GAME24 – a world’s first ever 24 hours global livestream event, involving PC Gaming, and created by NVIDIA. The event took place on September 18, 2014, and included live events from Los Angeles, Shanghai, Stockholm, Chicago, and London, among others. At the Los Angeles event, Alison hosted with Alex Albrecht for a portion of the stream, interviewing celebrity guests. Unfortunately, only one interview done by Alison and Alex is still archived from the stream – the Jason Mewes interview. However, if you look at the GAME24 overview clip, you’ll see clips from other segments that were done by Alison and Alex, during the event. A full playlist of clips from the event can be found here.

  • GAME24 Overview (3:22) (2014) – Youtube
  • GAME24: Jason Mewes on Acting and PC Gaming (26:20) (2014) – Youtube


Warcraft Trailer Release – Live Event – a live event broadcast by Geek & Sundry on their Twitch channel, and hosted by Alison and Ify Nwadiwe. During the event Alison and Ify watched the trailer, discussed the game, and interviewed various celebrity guests.



Call of Duty: WWII at E3 2017 – a series of special presentations/interviews concerning the new Call of Duty: WWII video game, presented at E3 2017. Alison hosted the various presentations/interviews for the company, which were live-streamed on the Call of Duty Facebook page.

  • Call of Duty WWII: Making Call of Duty (31:00) (2017) – Youtube and Facebook
  • Call of Duty: Call of Duty Multiplayer Intel (36:43) (2017) – Youtube and Facebook and Facebook
  • Alison Interviews E3 Fan Who Was Among the First in the World to Get Hands-On with Call of Duty WWII Multiplayer (0:58) (2017) – Youtube and Facebook
  • Alison Interviews E3 Fans Who Were Among the First in the World to Get Hands-On with Call of Duty WWII Multiplayer (1:03) (2017) – Youtube and Facebook
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The Half Hour Happy Hour with Alison and Alex – a half-hour-ish audio-only podcast (they usually go over and some episodes run almost an hour) with Alison, Alex Albrecht, and their sound engineer, Tom “Super Volcano” Krajewski, where the group drinks alcohol, talk about current events, developments in technology, read listener emails, and discuss various articles found online. Beginning in 2015, the show has broadcasted episodes on a weekly basis, with a yearly special event called “Drunksmas” taking place around Christmas/New Years. The Drunksmas event is recorded in one day by the group, and released over a period of several days across the holiday season. Though usually recorded from the confines of Alex’s garage, the show has appeared as at certain events (such as SDCC) where the podcast has been recorded on video. These video recordings are rare occurrences, but to listen to the podcast (and I highly recommend you do) – check out our forum thread here, as well as Libsyn, Nerdist, and iTunes.

Note: It currently appears that older episodes of the show are slowly vanishing from Nerdist, and iTunes. Your best bet to acquire these is to check Libsyn archive and the links in the forum thread for the Half-Hour Happy Hour – once again, linked here.

  • Half Hour Happy Hour Podcast from SDCC 2015: Hairing the Dog SDCC LIVE (56:41) (2015) – Youtube and Youtube
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Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.


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Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.




  • Sporting and Racing Interviews - During her time at Attack of the Show!, Alison often would go into the field to cover various sporting and racing events for the show. These events were a departure from the traditional mainstream football and baseball variety, and instead focused on the more unique sporting competitions such as the X Games, Mixed Martial Arts competitions, and the annual Red Bull Soapbox Races.

    Note: The following section does not include segments/field packages done concerning the Ninja Warrior or American Ninja Warrior programs.



  • Video Clip and Found Internet Footage Segments – One of the primary focuses of Attack of the Show! was the Internet, and in addition to social media, reaching out to its viewers (i.e. Viewer Army), and keeping up with related news and developments, AOTS would often bring Internet video to the viewers in a series of regular segments. One of the primary segments on the show was “Around the Net” (abbreviated to “ATN”, and often chanted by the in-studio audience/crew during the segment’s introduction). Another segment (with a less catchy title) was “Thing We Found on the Internet Which Was Interesting”. Lastly, it became a habit to close the show with yet another similarly styled segment called “Break Moments in Human De-Evolution”, often highlighting human stupidity (hurting themselves, others, etc. ala the Darwin Awards) and sponsored by Break.com. Alison would often present these segments when she co-hosting the program, often with either Kevin Pereira or Chris Hardwick.

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Part 3: Attack of the Show!


Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.


  • TrendHumper Segments – for a brief period of time, AOTS ran a segment called “TrendHumper” which was sponsored by Marc Ecko’s Complex Media. Segments focused on lifestyle issues such as fashion, personal technology (i.e. digital watches), and aspects of food/drink (the best Sake, Scotch, etc). Alison appeared in several of the segments focusing on alcohol quality and bar etiquette, of which she has had extensive experience, given her pre-G4 occupation of being a bartender, and which makes these segments that much more interesting to watch.



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Part 4: Attack of the Show!


Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.




  • Motor Vehicle and Alternative Transportation Reviews – AOTS would often focus on reporting on developing technologies and consumer products which would interest their audience, but that which went beyond consumer home electronics or computer system. Segments, like “Road Report” and “Rides, Whips, and Hoons”, featured the wilder side of sports cars and new, energy efficient vehicles developed by automotive manufacturers like Ford, Mitsubishi, Chevy, Nissan, etc. These segments, often took the form of Field Production Packages, shot on location at testing grounds, race tracks, and even production facilities, allowing the various features of the vehicles to be displayed, often at high speeds. Alison, as a Field Reporter, would often be on-location, interviewing racing enthusiasts, mechanics, and people from the manufacturers, all of which would extol the features of the vehicle, while demonstrating its speed and maneuverability. While some of these vehicles were little more than “concept cars”, others would eventually find their way to the consumer market and become highly prized by the general public.

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Part 5: Attack of the Show!


Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.


  • Promos, Giveaways, and Food-based Challenges – AOTS would occasionally incorporate various promotions and giveaways within their program, either promoting a service or giving away a prize provided by or sponsored by an external company, but in both cases, aimed at reaching out and interacting with their viewing audience. Additionally, AOTS would sometimes participate in food-based challenges between the cohosts or other AOTS staff members. These competitions could range from drinking shots of hot sauce, to devouring super spicy food. Though these types of competitions were rare (due to the internal discomfort caused by eating copious amounts of spicy food) Alison did participate in at least one of these food competitions, and did present several of these promotions and giveaways during the times she cohosted with either Kevin Pereira or Chris Hardwick.



  • AOTS Special Reports – though an extremely rare event, AOTS would sometimes have special reports, highlighting either social programs of note, connected to video games/gaming, or discuss a recent event or disaster of major importance (The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan, etc). On at least two of these rare occasions, Alison took part in presenting these reports to the AOTS viewing audience.

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Part 6: Attack of the Show!


Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.




  • Special AOTS Staff Content – throughout its run, G4 and AOTS released/broadcast specialized content, specific to the AOTS Staff. This content included video profiles for AOTS staff, audition tape footage, and the special “Farewell” episodes for those AOTS hosts/staff members who left the program before the program ceased broadcast in 2012.

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Part 7: Attack of the Show!


Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.


  • G4 Specials and TV Programs – as one of the AOTS personalities, Alison appeared repeatedly in many of the special coverage programs on G4. During coverage of events such as SDCC, E3, and CES, Alison would often act as a Floor Reporter, interviewing people on the event floor, as well as examining displays/tech, and interacting with people at the various booths. However, in addition to these yearly specials, Alison also featured heavily in some of the one-off specials developed exclusively by G4. These programs included the “Watchmen Special” developed as a preamble to the release of the film, as well as the “Inside KÀ” special which examined the Cirque du Soleil show at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Finally, Alison covered G4’s American Ninja Warrior Challenge, and later acted both as host (with Blair Herter) and later as sideline reporter on G4’s American Ninja Warrior program. While classified as separate entities from the daily shows like X-Play and Attack of the Show!, on-location segments would appear during these programs, either reports on tech, as a Floor Reporter, or delivery of segments like “The Feed” while at SDCC, CES, or E3.

    Please Note: While the following listed segments have been classified by the listed event (in Yellow) several of these clips will be listed again, further down the list, in the related video sections of the corresponding event. This was done purposefully to ensure coverage of video matched fully with the associated subject matter.


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Part 8: Attack of the Show!


Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.

Due to the massive amount of work and the many roles Alison has had on the program, I have endeavored to try and sort and categorize the video that has been salvaged and archived online since the G4 Network dissolved in 2014. In many cases, a single clip may appear under two or more subject headings – this was done purposefully due to Alison’s corresponding role or the subject matter in the clip.


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Attack of the Show! – an American live television program that initially aired from 2005 till 2013 on the G4 Network, and was often abbreviated as AOTS. The program reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, and gave previews of video games, movies, and digital media. It 2008, Alison was hired onto the program and acted primarily in the roles of presenter/correspondent of such segments as “The Daily Feed” and “Tech News Countdown”. This progressed to her being a Floor Reporter conducting interviews at events such as San Diego Comic Con and E3, along with being featured in Field Packages that took her out to various locations around and outside of the United States, to cover events such as the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show, the 2009 World Free Running Championships in London, swimming with sharks in Hawaii, kitesurfing in Australia, interviewing actors at various press junkets for new films, etc. In addition to all this, Alison became more prominent in segments within the studio, eventually taking on the role of part-time co-host on more than one occasion, when either Olivia Munn and/or Kevin Pereira were unavailable due to personal commitments. Despite a push by the fans to have her replace Olivia Munn as permanent co-host after Olivia’s departure from the program, this was not to be for various reasons. Eventually Alison departed from the program on November 7th, 2011, after hosting her last episode with Kevin Pereira, and wherein the producers of the show gave her a memorable sendoff, recounting all her work on the program over the past 4 years.


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Part 10: 2008-2011 (Non-AOTS)

Whacked Out Videos – a clip show using found Internet videos depicting humorous stunts, incidents, and/or accidents, Alison was one of many G4 Personalities who acted as the “Host” when the show was syndicated on G4. Alison would initially interact with the viewer, introducing each clip, and then doing a voice over commentary while each clip played. A full list of the named episodes Alison hosted can be found in this forum post, here.

  • "Whacked Out Videos" Highlights (ca. 2008-2009) – Youtube (This is a highlight clip only! Alison appears only at the beginning of the video)


American Ninja Challenge – a nationwide American sports entertainment competition, sponsored by the G4 Network, in an effort to send off American competitors to participate in the Japanese television series Sasuke (broadcast as Ninja Warrior in the US). The original competitions, known as “Ninja Fest”, took place between 2006 and 2009, after which the competition became the program “American Ninja Warrior” which aired on the G4 Network. Alison reported several times on the competition for G4 and Attack of the Show, before she joined the “American Ninja Warrior” program in 2010 as a co-host.


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American Ninja Warrior – an American sports entertainment competition that is a spin-off of the Japanese television series Sasuke (broadcast as Ninja Warrior in the US), and originally aired on the G4 Network. The program consists of competitors attempting to complete a series of obstacle courses of increasing difficulty, with the goal (during the first three seasons) being to qualify for competition in Japan, in the Sasuke series. Prior to the series, G4 had developed the competition as “American Ninja Challenge”, which would eventually become “American Ninja Warrior” in 2009. During the first season (2009), Alison co-hosted the series with Blair Herter, however during the second and third seasons (2010-2011), Alison was the sideline reporter, interviewing contestants on the course. During the initial 2009 run, G4 sent Alison and Blair over to Japan to do various field packages in Japan, which were used to promote the show both on air (on AOTS) and on G4’s website. The videos include Alison and Blair both checking out the Sassuke site, as well as just having fun on their trip to and through Japan.


Alison and Blair in Japan:



On American Ninja Warrior:


Related Videos:

  • AOTS Clip: Alison Haislip Meets a Ninja Warrior, David Campbell (4:15) (2010) – Internet Archive and and Youtube and Youtube
  • Alison Haislip at G4 American Ninja Warrior Tryouts, Venice Beach, 8/2010, Platt Brothers (0:28) (2010) – Youtube
  • G4 American Ninja Warrior 2010 Day 2 (5:26) (2010) – Youtube (Alison appears at 4:22, interviewing Mike Moh, the ANW competitor)
  • 97.1 AMP Radio's McCabe and Ryan take on G4’s American Ninja Warrior 2011 (5:28) (2011) – Youtube (Alison is interviewed at the beginning and end of the video)
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Part 11: 2011-Present


The Daily Habit – a sports telecast that was aired on Fuel TV from 2005 to 2011, and hosted by Pat Parnell. The show featured various personalities in the worlds of extreme sports, entertainment, and popular music. Show segments would vary from in-studio interviews, to on-location segments, and live music performances in-studio. Alison guest hosted with Parnell for one week in 2011, from February 21-25. Unfortunately, no video of the broadcast can be found online.

  • The Daily Habit: Season 7, Episodes 43-47 (21-30 min. per ep?) (2011) – No online source.


The Voice – an American reality television singing competition broadcast on NBC, and based off a similar show (with same name) in Holland. The show’s concept is to find currently unsigned singing talent, who perform before four judges – musicians who are established entities within the music industry, through a series of blind auditions. The four judges then choose members of the unsigned singing talent, and act as a coach/mentor for them, preparing them for the competition and a future music career. The competition winner is determined by television viewers voting by telephone, Internet, SMS text, and iTunes Store purchases of the audio-recorded artists' vocal performances. Alison served as the backstage, online and social media correspondent in 2011, during the show’s first season. Unfortunately, all of the videos featuring Alison from the first season (along with all the OTHER videos from past seasons) have been pulled from the NBC site. Below are the remaining videos available online:

  • Alison Haislip of The Voice Gets a Vocal Lesson (2:42) (2011) – Youtube (This video is duplicated in the “Alison’s Music Covers and Being Musical” list due to content)
  • Alison Haislip Talks Social Media and “The Voice” (2:32) (2011) – Dailymotion and Youtube (Interview was filmed at an NBC Promotional Special Event in April 2011. Video duped in “Red Carpet/Event Interviews and Paparazzi Footage” list due to content)
  • Christina Aguilera Talks about the Other Coaches and Why It's Exciting to Be a Part of the Voice (1:51) (2011) – Youtube
  • Adam Levine Shares His Thoughts about Each of His Fellow Coaches and Host Carson Daly (1:37) (2011) – Youtube
  • Cee Lo Talks to V-correspondent Alison Haislip about the Other Coaches and Why He Joined the Voice (1:49) (2011) – Youtube
  • Blake Tells V-correspondent Alison Whose Team He Is Most Afraid Of (1:41) (2011) – Youtube
  • The Voice – Meet Christina's Advisor Sia (2:08) (2011) – Youtube
  • The Voice Wrap Party: Singing w/ Contestants and Crew (2:51) (2011) – Facebook (Mobile phone footage of the contestants and crew of The Voice, singing CeeLo Green’s “Fuck You” at the wrap party. Video duped in “On-Location and Miscellaneous Informal Footage of Alison” list due to content)
  • Christina Aguilera & CeeLo Raise Their 'Voice' – Access Hollywood (4:00) (2011) – Youtube (During the interview, I believe that Alison might be seated in one of the judge’s chairs on the left, behind Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green)
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Television Specials (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)


Part 1: 2008-2011


E3 ’08 Live: Preview Show – a TV special broadcast by the G4 Network to preview the forthcoming events and announcements of the 2008 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The event, commonly thought of as the “biggest game news expo of the year”, serves as a way for many video game publishers to introduce and advertise upcoming games, consoles, and game-related merchandise. While Alison appeared in the pre-show that ran before the event, unfortunately there is no archival footage of this preview show.

  • E3 ’08 Live: Preview Show (no information) (2008) – No Source Online.


E3 ’08 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2008 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. While the majority of the broadcast was hosted by Kevin Pereira, Morgan Webb, Adam Sessler, and Olivia Munn, several other G4 personalities acted as Floor Reporters, interviewing various people within the gaming industry concerning new releases and upcoming technology being showcased at E3. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the E3 expos, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing various gaming industry individuals concerning new and upcoming games, gaming equipment, and their own careers. While a full broadcast of the 2008 E3 Live show was not archived online, Alison had several reports during the broadcast as a Floor Reporter, of which four can still be viewed.


Related Videos:

  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 07.15.08 (2:10) (2008) – Internet Archive and Youtube (Segment was filmed on the E3 Floor)
  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 07.17.08 (1:57) (2008) – Internet Archive


Comic-Con ’08 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. While no copy of the full 2008 broadcast was archived online, a couple of Alison’s segments are still available. This broadcast proved to be especially memorable to viewers due to Alison agreeing to dress up in a costume based on Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman role from the 1992 movie, Batman Returns.

  • Max Payne Interview (2:22) (2008) – Internet Archive (Interview with Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, only. Full interview seen below in “Related Videos”)
  • Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Interview/Report (no information) (2008) – No Source Online. (Piece done at SDCC 2008 by Alison regarding the Twilight book and forthcoming movie. No online source, but referenced in fan-recorded copy of broadcast below, in “Related Videos”)
  • Comic-Con ’08: Alison Haislip is Catwoman (1:56) (2008) – Internet Archive

Related Videos:

  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 7.24.08 (2:18) (2008) – Internet Archive (Segment was filmed on the Comic-Con Floor)
  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 7.25.08 (1:55) (2008) – Internet Archive (Segment was filmed on the Comic-Con Floor)
  • My Response: G4 TV “Comic Con” 08 7 (9:59) (2008) – Youtube (Video of the broadcast taken by a fan, using a mobile phone or webcam, with his commentary. The Alison interview with the Max Payne cast is uncut, but the sound is low and video is poor and shaky. Timecode is from 2:07-2:36)
  • My Response: G4 TV “Comic Con” 08 8 (9:58) (2008) – Youtube (Video of the broadcast taken by a fan, using a mobile phone or webcam, with his commentary. Alison appears briefly to announce she’ll be doing a report about Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight book and the forthcoming movie. This is the only record of this piece online, as no archived copy can be found. As previously reported, sound is low and video is poor and shaky. Timecode is from 1:23-1:37)


CES ’09 Live – the Consumer Electronic Show, commonly known as CES, this is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association and held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in January. The event typically hosts presentations of new technology and products in the consumer electronics industry. G4 had annual coverage of the event, utilizing several of the G4 personalities from AOTS and X-Play. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of these CES events, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, conducting interviews with various individuals within the industry, and reviewing new technology and products being premiered at the Show.



E3 ’09 Live: Spotlight on Microsoft – part of the E3 Live Coverage done by G4 during E3 2009. This segment was coverage of the announcements made by Microsoft during the 2009 E3 event. Alison hosted the segment for G4, as well as covered an award presentation during the broadcast.



E3 ’09 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. While the majority of the broadcast was hosted by Kevin Pereira, Morgan Webb, Adam Sessler, and Olivia Munn, several other G4 personalities acted as Floor Reporters, interviewing various people within the gaming industry concerning new releases and upcoming technology being showcased at E3. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the E3 expos, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing various gaming industry individuals concerning new and upcoming games, gaming equipment, and their own careers. Both the full broadcast of the 2009 E3 Live show and several Floor Reports done by Alison can be viewed online.



Comic-Con ’09 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. While no copy of the full 2009 broadcast was archived online, several of Alison’s segments are still available.



Barclaycard World Freerun Championship 2009 – one of the first events within freerunning and parkour to take form as a competition. The 2009 event took place on Saturday, August 15, 2009, in Trafalgar Square in London, and featured competitors from both the US, UK, and Europe. Competitors were judged on the following categories: Technical Difficulty, Execution, Creativity, and Fluidity. G4 broadcasted the event within the US, with Alison hosting the program and interviewing various contestants. Unfortunately, archival footage of the event is extremely limited, and in some cases limited to geographic location (viewable only in the UK). In such cases, the clip is viewable, but you may need to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service to view it outside of the geographic area it has been limited. Besides the clip from the event, the only other related footage is a field package that was done with Alison, for AOTS, to promote the event on G4.

  • Barclaycard World Freerunning Championship 2009 Exclusive Highlights (2:37) (2009) – Youtube (Limited to the UK. Alison appears for a few moments at 1:30 in the video, interviewing a contestant)

Related Videos:



Fighters Only World Mixed Martial Arts Awards 2009 – a yearly Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Awards Ceremony, first started in 2008, and broadcast on the Versus Network, Fuel TV, and Fox Sports Networks. The awards were given to various fighters in the industry, including a “Fighter of the Year” award. Alison participated in the event in 2009, hosting and performing red carpet interviews for the event. Unfortunately, while the video of the event is hosted on MMA-Core.com, the webpages are LOADED with adverts and faux “download” and “Watch in HD” buttons that are nothing more than click-bait. My suggestion, if you have Firefox or Chrome, see if you can isolate the video stream in the “Page Info”, under the media tab. The video resolution is low (320 x 180) but you should be able to view it without the advertisements, some of which block the video!

  • Fighters Only World MMA Awards Ceremony Red Carpet: Arianny Celes MMA Ring Girl (1:13) (2009) – Youtube
  • World MMA Awards 2009 Part 1 (14:51) (2009) – MMA-Core.com (This is the only part of the ceremony that Alison appears in! Included the other two clips below in case anybody was interested in.)
  • World MMA Awards 2009 Part 2 (18:45) (2009) – MMA-Core.com
  • World MMA Awards 2009 Part 3 (10:54) (2009) – MMA-Core.com


G4 Presents: Inside KÀ by Cirque du Soleil – in January of 2010, G4 released a TV special, produced in association with Cirque du Soleil, which highlighted the acrobatic work, costumes, make-up, and mechanics that went into the Cirque du Soleil show “KÀ” at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Filmed in 2009, the special was hosted by Alison, and followed her as she was personally trained by Cirque du Soleil trainers and performers to utilize the “Battle Wall”, perform stunts using the airbags on-stage, the mechanics behind the moving stage and other specialized equipment utilized by the show, and performing as one of the “Forest Tribe” members on stage. The special proved to be so popular in terms of a “travel documentary”, that it was shown on Continental Airlines (from May 1st to June 30th, 2010) and Cathay Pacific (from May 1st to July 31st, 2010) on their in-flight entertainment package. Unfortunately, the special was never archived online, and beyond only a few promotional clips used by G4 and Cirque du Soleil to promote the special, none of the program can be found online. If ever there was a program I WISH had been saved from being forgotten over time – this is the one!

  • Inside KÀ by Cirque du Soleil – January 7 (0:31) (2010) – Internet Archive (This is a promo announcing the special)
  • Inside KÀ by Cirque du Soleil: Airbag Training (1:00) (2010) – Youtube and Facebook
  • Inside KÀ by Cirque du Soleil: Stage Mechanics (0:57) (2010) – Youtube and Facebook
  • Inside KÀ by Cirque du Soleil: Battle Wall (1:45) (2010) – Youtube


CES ’10 Live – the Consumer Electronic Show, commonly known as CES, this is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association and held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in January. The event typically hosts presentations of new technology and products in the consumer electronics industry. G4 had annual coverage of the event, utilizing several of the G4 personalities from AOTS and X-Play. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of these CES events, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, conducting interviews with various individuals within the industry, and reviewing new technology and products being premiered at the Show.



E3 ’10 Live: Spotlight on Sony – part of the E3 Live Coverage done by G4 during E3 2010. The live coverage of the day was actually split between two big announcements by major companies, the first half by Nintendo (as “Spotlight on Nintendo”), and the second half by Sony (as “Spotlight on Sony”) Alison covered the Spotlight on Sony segment with Adam Sessler and Chris Hardwick.

  • G4 E3 ’10 Live: Nintendo and Sony Spotlight (271:09) (2010) – Internet Archive (The Sony Spotlight segment with Alison begins at timecode 2:07:15)
 


E3 ’10 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. While the majority of the broadcast was hosted by Kevin Pereira, Morgan Webb, Adam Sessler, and Olivia Munn, several other G4 personalities acted as Floor Reporters, interviewing various people within the gaming industry concerning new releases and upcoming technology being showcased at E3. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the E3 expos, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing various gaming industry individuals concerning new and upcoming games, gaming equipment, and their own careers. Both the full broadcast of the 2010 E3 Live show and several Floor Reports done by Alison can be viewed online.



Comic-Con ’10 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. Luckily, a copy of the broadcast was archived online, along with several segments done by Alison.



Ninja Warrior 23 All Star Preview Special – a 30 minute special that was produced by G4, and hosted by Alison, that previewed the 23rd competition of Sasuke (Ninja Warrior in the US) with emphasis on the upcoming obstacles in the course, the Ninja Warrior “All-Stars”, and in general, to familiarize new members of the US audience with the Sassuke program. While no archived copy of the program can be found online, this brief segment (possibly from AOTS) seems to be a summarized clip from the program.

  • Ninja Warrior 23 All Star Preview Special (30:00) (2010) – No Source Online.
  • Alison Haislip Previews Ninja Warrior (2:57) (2010) – Internet Archive


Ninja Warrior 24 All Star Preview Special – a 30 minute special that was produced by G4, and hosted by Alison, that previewed the 24rd competition of Sasuke (Ninja Warrior in the US). Unfortunately, no online archived copy of the program can be found online.

  • Ninja Warrior 24 All Star Preview Special (30:00) (2010) – No Source Online.


Comic-Con ’11 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. This would be Alison’s last coverage of SDCC (or any Show, Expo, or Event) specifically for G4. Luckily, a copy of the broadcast was archived online, along with a couple of segments done by Alison.


Related Video:
  • G4 Attack of the Show SDCC 2011 EWOK DANCE! (0:46) (2011) – Youtube (Alison interviewed Steve Zaragoza at SDCC, while he was dressed in an Ewok costume, and together they danced to the “Yub-Nub” song from “Return of the Jedi”)
  • Dennis and Tony Dancing on AOTS (0:55) (2011) – Youtube (Slightly visually clearer capture of the same Ewok Dance interview Alison did with Steve Zaragoza, but the audio is almost non-existent)
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