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Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything season 2←Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything season 1
Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything season 2 episodes list:
Conor and Ashley recruit an NBA Player to be their ringer for a charity basketball game, and Wendell attempts to boost the popularity of his "Rekt" videos.
When Conor learns that the Olympic torch will pass through Redwood, he competes for the torchbearer title.
Thumbs of Fury gets lost on their way to a tournament, and they wind up in Mexico where they instantly find themselves in trouble with the law.
Thumbs of Fury learn where they rank in the International Gaming League and their ranking causes problems for the team.
After causing trouble for Janice, the gang is forced to volunteer for the Big Buddy program in which they are assigned little buddies for the week.
Rival towns, Battle and Stump, engage in a battle to determine a winner.
The gamers get locked inside Mondale High during spring break with their least-favorite teacher and must use their gaming skills to find a way out.
When Ashley's late aunt leaves her a chest full of ghost-hunting equipment, Conor and Wendell see money-making potential and start their own paranormal business.
Ashley is invited to a prestigious girls-only tournament and the rest of the team joins her to show their support. In this episode, Chopper from the highly acclaimed animated series “Star Wars Rebels” also makes a guest appearance as himself – the grumpiest droid in the galaxy.
After Mr. Funkus is kicked out of his mom’s house, he moves into the school and teams up with Franklin to form a techno DJ duo.