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Beat the Geeks

2001 ‧ Game Show ‧ 2 seasons
7.7/10 · IMDb 7.2/10 · TV.com
Beat the Geeks is an American television game show that aired on Comedy Central from 2001 to 2002. The show was rerun on The Comedy Network in Canada. Wikipedia
First episode date: November 7, 2001
Final episode date: October 7, 2002
Number of episodes: 130 (1 unaired during original broadcast)
Number of seasons: 2
Program creator: Mark Cronin

Beat the Geeks is an American television game show that aired on Comedy Central from 2001 ... Beat the Geeks Season 1 title card ... Tiffany Bolton. Starring ... Rules · Geeks · Regular Geeks · Guest Geeks (alphabetical) No. of episodes: 130 (1 unaired during original broadcast) No. of seasons: 2 Production company(s): Mindless Entertainment; Fox Television Studios Original network: Comedy Central
Episode cast overview: J. Keith van Straaten ... Host. Tiffany Hendra ... Co-Host (as Tiffany Bolton). Marc Edward Heuck ... Movie Geek. Andy Zax ... Music Geek.
Episode credited cast: Blaine Capatch ... Host. Tiffany Hendra ... Co-Host (as Tiffany Bolton). Marc Edward Heuck ... Movie Geek. Andy Zax ... Music Geek.
Beat The Geeks was a Game Show that ran for two seasons on Comedy ... Tiffany Bolton: Today, one of these three contestants can win an incredible prize ...
Meet the cast and learn more about the stars of of Beat the Geeks with exclusive news, photos, videos and more at ... Tiffany Bolton 2 Episodes (2002-2002).
Get all the latest info on your favorite Beat the Geeks TV Characters with cast images, celebrity news, ... ... Co-Hostplayed by Tiffany Bolton · Co-Host. played by ...
Beat the Geeks: Blaine Capatch, Paul Goebel, Tiffany Bolton, J. Keith van Straaten, Andy Zax, Marc Edward Heuck, Michael Farmer, Michael Jolly.
Aug 23, 2002 · Guest Geek: Music Geek: Special Segments. Geek Challenged in Final Round: Cast & Crew: STARS · EDIT · Paul Goebel. TV Geek. Tiffany ...
Tiffany Bolton. Starring, See below. Composer(s), Jon Ernst. Country of origin, United States. No. of seasons, 2. No. of episodes, 130 (1 unaired during original  ...
"[Co-host] Tiffany [Bolton] cut her hair before the second season, and they nearly ... mobbed by people who recognized him from Beat the Geeks," says Goebel.