Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web for you. Today you’ll find Keenan and Kel in Arkham Asylum; a banned Skittles commercial that doesn’t seem safe for work; Tiny Fey answering questions about the end of 30 Rock; and the latest from the BAMF Girls club. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

The Best Movie Lists : Best Football Movies Ever

Just in time for the Superbowl, watch Grae Drake, Senior editor of Rotten Tomatoes, countdown the top 10 best football movies ever! Let us know what movies you would have included on your own Top 10 Best Football movies best list!

Banned Skittles Commercial

This can’t be real. Can it?

Christoph Waltz From Django Unchained Gives Twitter Etiquette Tips (Jimmy Fallon)

Jimmy takes a suggestion from the audience and has Christoph Waltz’s character from Django Unchained give Twitter etiquette tips.

“It’s Spock! Do You Care?” with Zachary Quinto

Billy and Zach Quinto play the new game, “It’s Spock! Do You Care?”

Kenan and Kel in Arkham Asylum

Watch Kenan and Kel take on the Scarecrow in this Good Burger/Batman mashup

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Tina Fey Answers Fan Questions About the End of 30 Rock

Tina talks about the end of 30 Rock, and why it had to end.

My Elf Girlfriend: Pregnancy Scare

One line to rule them all.

Making the Intro: Neil’s Puppet Dreams – Behind the Scenes with Digital Twigs

Created by Digital Twigs:
“For the opening of Neil’s Puppet Dreams we wanted to capture the quintessential moment of the show; Neil entering the puppet world that exists in his dreaming mind. The strangeness of the puppet-verse intrigued us and we imagined a transition essentially between the waking world and the dreaming world. Visually we wanted to show Neil’s insides as the inner workings of a puppet. We knew right away we wanted to do it all practical, and include the Henson Alternative puppet parts. So we proceeded by building the inside of Neil’s head/brain out of meat and felt. It got a little smelly but it was worth it.”

El Plato Supreme (Samsung Super Bowl Teaser Commercial)

Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd are called in to pitch their ideas for Samsung’s Big Game ad for The Next Big Thing, but they run into some hurdles. Follow #TheNextBigThing on Twitter and see what unfolds at http://www.facebook.com/SamsungMobileUSA

Space Babies (Kia Super Bowl Commercial)

When it comes to our kids, there’s an age-old question that has perplexed parents for generations. “Where do babies come from?” Now, for the first time ever, we’ll reveal this untold story through an epic journey, nine months in the making.

Get Happy (Volkswagen Super Bowl Commercial)

Watch our Super Bowl 2013 TV commercial, where you’ll meet Dave and his newfound sunny disposition (that manifests itself in a curious way), all thanks to his new 2013 Volkswagen Beetle.

Sticky Balls with Channing Tatum

Jimmy and Channing don Velcro suits and race to see how many balls they can get to stick to each other.

The History of Wooing Men With Music

It all went downhill after 1996. Or uphill… depending on how you look at it.
See the men’s perspective in History of Wooing Women here.

BAMF Girls Club (Ep. 7)

 Hermione, Katniss, Lisbeth, Buffy, Michonne, and…Bella? Matchmaker!

Project: S.E.R.A. – Original Sci-Fi Series – Episode 1 of 6

Project: S.E.R.A. follows Gillian Eames (Julia Voth) and Lt. Riggins (Derek Theler) as they race against the clock to stop the black market sale of a highly volatile biological agent that was originally designed by the military to expedite the recovery of soldiers wounded on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan.

That’s all for today folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie related geekery.

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