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A trio of quirky young teens aspire to create a popular and inventive Youtube channel devoted to gaming that features game reviews, let's plays, interviews, and celebrity visits, all from a tricked out gaming garage. The Gaming Show (In My Parents' Garage) is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (35 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2015.

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2 Seasons, 35 Episodes
January 1, 2015
Kids & Family
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The Gaming Show (In My Parents' Garage) Full Episode Guide

  • Jesse is setting up a huge one on one battle in the garage between two pro gamers, but he hasn't told Julia or Ian anything about it. As he sets up a livestream account and begins promoting it on the channel, the excitement builds. When the gamers, Nakat and Keitaro, show up in the garage, we get the feeling that our gang has hit the big time. With Jesse taking care of so many details in advance, they are left wondering what else there is to do. Ian takes them through a Rocky-style training montage, which we soon realize doesn't have much use in the real world of gaming. The battle begins with a first round of Super Smash Bros, the preferred game of both players. Following that, the second round features the two of them competing at FIFA 16, the latest version of one of the world's most popular titles. If there is a tie, they agree to break it with an unconventional game. The world watches as we find out who will win bragging rights.

  • Oh no! The garage has been taken over by mice. While Jesse's parents try to clear the rodents out of the area, Jesse, Julia and Ian are barred from going inside, so they decide to split up with handheld game consoles and try playing in the coolest spots they can think of. Jesse travels back to Japan, while Ian checks out a few spots in Niagara Falls and Julia heads to Fort York, where she learns about how tower defense worked in the real world compared to a video game. Back in Japan, Jesse is taking part in a one of a kind race, featuring many familiar characters. Once he's finished with that, he meets up with Julia and Ian at a Cineplex theatre for the ultimate gaming experience on the big screen. They're having so much fun, they almost forget about the garage entirely.

  • Jesse's mother has cleaned up the garage without him knowing, and accidentally given away his prized collector's edition copy of Earthbound. When he calls the gaming shop she gave it to, Jesse finds out the game is now in Japan, so he travels overseas in search of it. While he's on his journey, Ian and Julia decide to play the game Journey, which leads them to having many philosophical revelations. Jesse's search takes him from game developers like Bandai Namco to the Tokyo Game Show, all the way to Shigesato Itoi, the creator of Earthbound, himself. Jesse finds out that getting the game back will be no easy task and vows to never let it get taken again.

  • The Gaming Show hosts discover a video online made by a Bizarro copycat gaming channel. They trade videos back and forth until the Bizarro channel makes an autotune video making fun of our hosts. They fight for the right to a gaming show channel a multiplayer showdown.

  • The gang decide to make their own board game. Ian goes to Fan Expo to get some expert advice from board game designers. Meanwhile the prank war is heating up in the garage. Pranks and board games come together in a zany finale. Featuring Tom Vassel.

  • The gang decides to crown the gaming champion of the garage by hosting their very own Video Game Olympics. They play Runbow, Rocket League and Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash before building a real life Rocket League with RC cars to determine a winner.

  • The hosts of the Gaming Show decide to build a robot for the garage. Julia gets help from a friend she meets at Maker's Festival and brings back a drone controlled by gaming A.I. which they install in the garage. Panic ensues once they realize the A.I. is trying to take over.

  • The hosts of the Gaming show want to do a holiday special, but for which holiday? They decide to make their own called 'All Gamer's Day'. Gaming stories, cooking and unboxings fill this Holiday special but will they find their All gamer's Day special guest in time? Featuring: The Tenors.

  • A list of the Top 50 Gaming Shows in Their Family's Houses comes out and Gaming Show In My Parents' Garage is number 5. Jesse is pretty excited, but Julia and Ian feel like they could do even better if they got sponsors to help with higher quality videos. Jesse is dead set against bringing in sponsors, so when Ian and Julia do a commercial behind his back, he quits and strikes out on his own with a few different attempts to start a new channel. From real world Angry Birds in the park, to learning about Rare's 30th anniversary in London, to improving his interview skills at the Meltdown Podcast in LA, it all goes toward putting together his new channel, Gaming Show In My Parents' Backyard. With the team split up, neither channel is doing very well, and an untimely rain shower brings them all back together.

  • Jesse, Ian and Julia decide to host their very own gaming tournament in the garage. Before the tournament starts, Ian (or should I say El-Scorcho-Butto) quickly goes to see WWE Legend Bret Hart to help with his wrestling skills and his overall showmanship. When he returns the gang discovers that the open tournament invite they sent out to their subscribers got WAY more competitors out to the garage than they imagined. With everything already out of control, and the place completely packed, Jesse quickly heads to the Nintendo World Championships to learn how to properly host a professional gaming tournament and help the others fix the damage they started back home. After some trial and many errors the gaming show gang finally get the tournament in order.

  • Jesse is hesitant to take advice from his friends, no matter how helpful it is. Ian and Julia use the companion cube from Portal 2 as a metaphor for getting help in real life. Eventually Jesse teleports out to talk to Raptor DeMar DeRozan to get tips on NBA2K15. When that pays off, he continues to go back to talk to DeMar, but it quickly goes from getting video game tips to borrowing stuff from DeMar's house, and we find that Jesse may be taking advantage of the relationship. Meanwhile, Julia heads off to get real life archery training to help with her real life minecrafting and after missing a key putt in Wii Golf Ian meets a real golf pro for a quick tutorial.

  • Julia finally gets the garage to herself so she can do the truly spooky Halloween Let's Play of her dreams - that is, until she manages to scare herself. Meanwhile Jesse heads off to England to voice a role in Yooka-Layla and Ian is summoned to Shaq's mansion in Orlando after he insults Shaq-Fu on the channel. Shaquille O'neal guest stars.

  • The gang can't wait for the return of Wagony (Jesse's Uncle Flynt's station wagon) and a redux of Gaming Show in My Uncle's Car in My Parents' Garage. But when they discover Uncle Flynt has traded Wagony in for a two seater convertible, the kids are less than thrilled. Especially when Convertible-y proves to have a mind of it's own.

  • In anticipation of the return of Wagony in the garage (Jesse's Uncle Flynt's station wagon from season 1, episode 5), the gang decide to have a garage sale to make some space. Unfortunately they don't quite get the droves of customers they were hoping for...that is until they rope in the help of a special celebrity salesman. Drew Hutchison of the Toronto Blue Jays guest stars.

  • After a garage prank video goes viral, Ian has decided he needs to expand his horizons by becoming a true filmmaker. Inspired by his gaming background, he decides to center his opus on a game that has yet to be adapted to the silver screen: Pong. Creative differences arise, however, when he casts Julia and Jesse as the stars of his avant-garde masterpiece.

  • In an effort to spice up the channel, the hosts decide to rebrand Gaming Show with a more extreme format, including adrenaline infused Let's Plays, a crash course in BMX biking and garage parkour. As it turns out, however, being totally turbo is totally exhausting.

  • A misunderstanding on a visit to the EA offices leads Ian to believe he's landed his dream job. While Julia and Jesse are happy for him, his newfound success sends them into the frenzy of a 5th of life crisis as they both attempt to fulfill all of their gaming goals on an accelerated timeline.

  • With the equipment in the garage falling apart, the gang decides to rip a page out of the indie game world's book and start a crowdfunding campaign. But as their offered perks get more and more out of control, they struggle to keep promises they quite literally don't have the power to do.

  • A spill in the garage causes Jesse's teleportation abilities to go on the fritz and damages the consoles' save function. Jesse finds himself on a wild glitch-filled goosechase across Europe in his quest to find Klaus, the mysterious creator of Fe, while back in the garage Julia and Ian race time and exhaustion to complete Lego Jurassic World all in one sitting.

  • When the Gaming Show gang see a dip in their views, they decide it's time to spice things up with a new mascot for the garage. But what seemed like an awesome idea in theory, proves to be much more difficult in practice - bringing a live Alpaca into the garage.

  • When the hosts discover an ad for a mysterious product called the Power Up1000 that promises users the ability to achieve video game power ups in real life, they're certain this is the incredible boost their channel needs. Unfortunately some products really are too good to be true. Featuring Special Guest Weird Al Yankovic.

  • As the first season of Gaming Show comes to a close, the hosts decide to cash in the last of their celebrity favours. Show contributor The Diamond Minecart shows up with some helpful MineCraft tips, Ian gets a Just Dance lesson from Gaming Show' favourite Olympian - Patrick Chan, Donkey Kong stops by to smash up the garage and cheer on the gang in Tropical Freeze, and Jesse gets accused of crying wolf when he insists he can bag an interview with Adam Sandler.

  • When every single console in the garage breaks at once, the Gaming Show gang has to get creative with some old school gaming. From Super Nintendo to Atari, the host' play their way through a history of gaming all the way into the future of gaming tech: the Occulus Rift virtual simulator. Rock stars Ian and Aaron from Billy Talent guest with their own retro review of EA' NHL '95.

  • The crew decides to bring on an intern and end up with 7 foot tall, NBA star, Jonas Valciunas. Meanwhile, Jesse heads to PopCap Games to check out the new Plants vs Zombies shooter getting a surprise of his own, and sneaks past security at Insomniac Games grabbing a glimpse of the yet-to-be-released installment of Ratchet and Clank. Back at the garage the kids discover that, while a welcome addition to the team, Jonas lacks some of the basic skills needed to be an intern on a game specific Youtube channel: namely any gaming skills. Maybe it' time for a trade?

  • The hosts are jacked up to stay up all night to raise funds for the Children' Miracle Network Hospitals by hosting their very own 24-hour Extra Life gaming challenge. But as the gang games on into the night, things start to get trippy when Julia and Ian discover Jesse' become full-blown rockstar after playing too much Rocksmith in his sleep and their Mii Maker characters take on a life of their own. British gaming/Youtube sensation YogsCast give a tour of Yogs Towers, the gang also learns about Fifa15 with professional footballers in Vancouver, and Julia visits SickKids to learn how video games can help relax patients undergoing MRIs.

  • Ian catches up with Toronto Blue Jay pitcher Marcus Stroman who helps him review MLB15. Back at the garage, the kids discover that a mysterious internet troll has been dissing their videos, so they seek advice from Youtube acapella star Smooth McGroove, and game voice-over legend Nolan North, as Jesse puts his hockey chops to the test with NHL15 at EA Sports in Seattle, and his Pokemon skills come under fire in an old-west duel, all while the troll is revealed.

  • Gaming Show is turned upside down when Jesse' uncle' station wagon appears in the middle of the garage. With no room to game around the car, and no driver' licenses to speak of, chaos naturally ensues as the gang calls on pals like The Diamond Minecart and Kirby himself to help them get "Gaming Show In My Uncle' Car in My Parent' Garage"off the ground.

  • Ian goes undercover as a luchador to get the scoop on indie hit Guacamelee, Jesse risks getting caught in a temporal rift to check out Disney' Infinity 2.0, and with the garage to herself, Julia finally has the chance to kick back, build her own virtual reality simulator and travel inside her favorite games.

  • Inspired by fellow youtubers like FinsGraphics and Captain Sparklez, the Gaming Show gang decides to shake up their own channel with a gimmick. Julia visits the minds behind the app MegaJump at Get Some Games, Jesse teleports to a San Francisco recording studio to meet Charles Martinet - the legendary voice of Mario, and Metallica' Rob Trujillo does the kids a favour by reviewing Pacman and the Ghostly Adventures 2.

  • Things at the garage heat up when the spirit of friendly competition takes over as Jesse calls on his buddy, baseball star Brett Lawrie, for a few tips, while Julia' Pokemon passion reaches a whole new level when Pikachu himself gets involved, and Ian takes on a few Major League Soccer pros with gusto.

  • Jesse must become a hero on a visit to Legoland, Julia races the national karting champ at MarioKart, and Ian calls on NBA stars Terrence Ross and Jordan Hamilton to take a trip down memory lane with old school NBA Jam. With a little help from internet pals like ThinkNoodles, the gang launches the Gaming Show Youtube channel.