Geek Me!

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Geek Me!

Year: 2017
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Jason Rockman

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! Join us as he meets everything from a hockey super-fan to a Ghostbuster's geek!  

Episodes

Episode 1

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! In this episode he meets a Habs super-fan and a retro-video game geek while strolling in the coolest low rider in town!

Episode 2

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! In this episode he meets the biggest Trekkie in Quebec and gets exclusive access to the largest KISS collection in town. All this while strolling in Transformers’ Bumble Bee!

Episode 3

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! In this episode he rides on the Jurassic Park Jeep, meets the coolest Star Wars Geeks and checks out Rare-T- a treasure hunter’s shrine.

Episode 4

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! In this episode he rides on Lighting McQueen, he visits a serious Ghostbuster’s geek and he meets the city’s craziest toy collector: Plastic Junky.

Episode 5

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! In this episode he rides on the awesome Ghostbuster’s Ecto-1, he meets records and music geek DJ- Yo-C and he check’s out North- America’s largest Transformer’s collection.

Episode 6

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! In this episode he rides on the amazing DeLorean from Back to the Future, he chats with an intense TMNT & Power Ranger’s geek and he dives into the world of Lego with the king of animated Lego films, Mr. Caron.

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