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infoMania is a weekly news show that aired on Current TV until July 2011. The series pokes fun at the media, pop culture, music and internet memes. The show was formerly hosted by Connor Knighton, with other segments hosted by Brett Erlich (current host), Ben Hoffan, Brian Sofi, Erin Gibson and Sarah Haskins.
December 19, 2008Connor gives a "Retrospectatti" to Glen Beck, for "News Anchor Who Sounds The Most Like a Muppet."
February 5, 2009"Viral Video Film School": Segment host Brett Erlich hangs up a photo of a Cookie Monster cupcake in his new office.
July 16, 2009"Viral Video Film School": Brett displays a parody picture of Cookie Monster on his wall.
March 11, 2010"Viral Video Film School": A parody picture of the Swedish Chef appears on the wall.
July 29, 2010"Viral Video Film School": Brett showcases videos of amazing kids. After viewing a video of a rapping kid, he claims he has "Sesame Street Cred."
August 5, 2010"We've Got You Covered": When talking about Lady Gaga on a magazine cover, he mentions material her birthday suit would be made of, including "Muppet skins."
September 30, 2010"Modern Lady": Erin Gibson hosts a piece about the recent exposure of Katy Perry cleavage, including her pulled appearance from Sesame Street.
September 30, 2010Connor hosts an editorial piece on Elmo's over-exposed celebrity status, bringing up many TV appearances, the Katy Perry controversy and the reports of talking Elmo merchandise making threats.
March 10, 2011In the Rotten Tomatoes segment review of Rango, Brett calls the character of Rango a combo of Hunter S. Thomson and Kermit the Frog.
Viral Video Film School half-hour specialsBrett has a framed parody picture of Gonzo and Animal hanging behind him during the framing sequences.
Date unknown"Viral Video Film School": When talking about firework videos, Brett encourages people recording to talk like "Muppet Dad".