TNT Thursdays: Memorable Nerd HQ 2015 Panel Moments

The journey home from San Diego may have been difficult (the post-con blues, the struggle is real) but the memories from Nerd HQ live on. Here are my Top Nerdy 10 most memorable moments from this year’s panels! 

10. The Supernatural unicorn

The clip truly speaks for itself.

9. Scott Porter’s electric guitar and beatboxing

A cappella? Star Search?! Even his fellow panelists were surprised and impressed. Porter has skills.

8. Sitting in Captain Kirk’s lap

Not just one, but two lucky nerds got to ask their questions whilst sitting in the lap of the William Shatner. That’s one way to make an HQ debut.

7. The best thing about being a nerd

Nerds of Pop Culture was one of my favourite new panels. I couldn’t agree more with Bobak Ferdowsi’s observation about nerds being “optimistic”. Being a nerd is awesome!

6. Nolan North’s Christopher Walken impersonation

When Alan Tudyk asks you to dance, you dance.

5. Stephen Amell’s remix of “Part of Your World”

Amell once again proves that the shower is where all the best song ideas happen. Someone get that man a dinglehopper.

4. Hayley Atwell’s life changing fan encounters

Television definitely can leave an impact on people and stories shared by Atwell are incredibly moving. She is such a class act.

3. Peter Capaldi crashes the Doctor Who panel

The Doctor himself made a surprise appearance at HQ. Luckily he had the TARDIS available to make it on time.

2. Zac Levi’s Operation Smile mission story

Bill and Kathy McGee are such incredibly inspiring people. I recommend watching this entire panel from beginning to end. Spoiler alert: have a box of tissues handy, an extra one wouldn’t be a bad idea.

1. Bryan Cranston’s mic drop

It was the mic drop of all mic drops. And Cranston literally dropped his mic. Only at HQ, folks.

And that’s a wrap! Hope to see all of you lovely nerds at Nerd HQ 2016.

‘Til next time,


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