Welcome to the weekend edition of Nerd Alert, where we have all the eccentric, nerdy news for you in one convenient spot. What do we have in store for you on this glorious last weekend of May? Someone has finally compiled an extensive list of all the Easter eggs to be found in Marvel's Daredevil. A bunch of very cute kids give Star Wars: The Force Awakens a lip dub. And we have a Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunion with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Alyson Hannigan, plus a whole lot more...So, sit back, relax, and enjoy all that this weekend edition of Nerd Alert has to offer!

Marvel's Daredevil Easter Egg Breakdown

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It's been nearly two months since Marvel's Daredevil debuted its first season on Netflix, and I'm sure there are several fans who have watched every episode multiple times by now. Mr. Sunday Movies has a detailed breakdown of all the Easter Eggs found in the first season in an extensive seven-minute video.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reunion

It's been exactly 12 years since Buffy the Vampire Slayer went off the air. A few days ago, stars Sarah Michelle Gellar and Alyson Hannigan reunited at a birthday party thrown by Alyson Hannigan for her young daughter. And they shared the pics!

Star Wars 7 Trailer Kids Lip Dub

There's no telling how long it will be before we get another Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer. While we all await the next smattering of new footage, why not enjoy The Watercooler's Lip Dub, which features Mashable's resident little kids, and Vine superstars, Arwen (age 10), Leia (age 8) and Neo (age 5) providing their own sound effects and narration for the epic trailer that debut at Star Wars Celebration 2015.

Superhero Movie Chart for the Next 4 Years

Superhero Movie Chart for the Next 4 Years

There are a lot of superhero movies coming out over the next four years. Geekologie has made a handy logo chart offering a look at all 25 movies coming our way from Marvel & DC between July 2015 and June 2019. Which one are you most excited about?

Do Teens Know 90s Sitcoms?

90s nostalgia is huge right now, but mostly for those who came of age in the era. An era when shows like The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Family Matters ruled the Nielsen ratings. It was a time before streaming and mobile devices allowed us to watch whatever we want, when we want. But how well do today's teens know these shows? The React Channel on Youtube sets out to find the answer with hilarious results.

The Flash - You Think You Know Comics?

The Flash has become a huge hit on The CW, but maybe you're not as familiar with the DC Comics character's background as you think! Comics Alliance has put together an informative new video that takes you through the scarlet speedster's illustrious history, offering up 12 facts you may or may not know. Check it out, and return to The Flash Season 2 with some real insider knowledge. Maybe you'll be more adept at picking up on some of the show's easter eggs!

The A-Z of YouTube: Celebrating 10 Years

It was exactly ten years ago, in May 2005, that Youtube launched and changed the Internet and celebrity forever. From the silly to the profound, from the personal to the political, Youtube is celebrating a decade of creativity and self-expression with a new birthday video. And, they take it from A to Z. With over 75 references and 18 filmmaking styles, Youtube tries to capture some of the richness and variety from the last decade.

What's in Spider-Man Web-Shooters?

With Marvel and Sony's Spider-Man reboot right around the corner, many fans are wondering if Peter Parker will have organic web-shooters, as he did Sam Raimi's original trilogy, or if they will be man-made, as they were in the comic books and The Amazing Spider-Man. While we don't know the answer yet, Because Science w/ Kyle Hill sets out to explain the science behind Peter Parker's most iconic super-tool.

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