Ungeniused is a show dedicated to covering the weirdest articles found on Wikipedia. Stephen Hackett and Myke Hurley are here to explain topics and share knowledge you'll never be able to use in real life. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett.


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Water Slides & Log Flume Rides

This week, the guys talk about water slides and give everyone some fast flume facts and FAQs.



Bouncy Castles, Tube Men and Other Inflatable Goods

From bouncy castles to dancing Tube Men, inflatable goods make life more exciting, unless you consider the danger or local laws.



The Buttered Toast Phenomenon & Buttered Cat Paradox

If toast always lands butter-side down, and cats always land on their feet, what happens when a cat falls off a table with a piece of toast strapped to its back?


 2019-09-10  9m

The Great Exhibition and Crystal Palace

The first (official) World's Fair — and the building that housed it — were both incredible feats for their day.


 2019-08-27  11m

World's Fairs

World's fairs have been held for over 200 years to highlight advances in technology and progress as the nations continue to march toward the future.


 2019-08-13  9m

Balloonfest '86

It sounds like releasing 1.5 million balloons to raise money would be a good idea, but in 1986, the people of Cleveland, Ohio learned that it is not.


 2019-08-01  8m

Plastic Flamingos and Garden Gnomes

There are a wide range of garden decorations out there, but some are far classier than others.


 2019-07-16  9m

Reading Rainbow

Reading Rainbow was hugely influential on a generation of kids, but you don't have to take our word for it.


 2019-07-02  9m

High Fives

High fives can be used as a rad greeting or a sick burn, and they can even help you keep from getting sick.


 2019-06-18  9m

The Winchester Mystery House

San Jose, California is home to the Winchester Mystery House, a sprawling mansion built over nearly four decades.


 2019-06-04  8m