It’s the Apocalypse, Stupid: Enter our Zombie Week Giveaway!

It’s the end of the world as we know it. Well at least it is for zombies. But zombies aren’t real. Right?

Wrong. Well at least according to HuffPo and Reddit. If you need more proof of relevance, both the Canadian Parliament and a Harvard psychiatrist have both weighed in on the phenomenon.

If you’re a fan of this kind of undead stuff, you likely watch the morbidly popular AMC series, “The Walking Dead,” whose finale just aired on Sunday. Chris Hardwick also has show “Talking Dead” on AMC, where he hosts a panel of actors and comedians to discuss the much loved series.

In the comments section below, tell us: What one item would you need to survive the zombie apocalypse? And why? for a chance to win a BBC DVD autographed by Chris Hardwick and the gang.

Entry period ends Saturday, April 6 at 11pm.

To see if you’re eligible to win, please carefully review the rules. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Must be 18 years of age or older in order to enter.

Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t miss Saturday’s show:

1. “Doctor Who” alum Karen Gillan in this behind-the-scenes clip from her film shoot for this episode of “The Nerdist.” We must admit, she has never looked so scary.

2. The show includes “The Walking Dead” libs, where Michael Rooker has to present an incredibly ridiculous sentence Chris, Matt, Jonah and Robert Kirkman concoct. Luckily, for them, Rooker is all method, and was able to carry it off.

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3. Comic book and collectibles expert, Shane Turgeon showed up for the ‘Fantiques Roadshow,’ where the gang has to guess which collectibles were worth the most money. But it turns out they were all stumped!

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4. Kyle Kinane steps onto “The Nerdist” stage for a hilarious stand-up act, where his material covered everything from disgusting pillows, out-creeping creepers, and saying ‘god bless you’ to sneezing cats.

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So don’t miss it!

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