WTFIWWYLive: Nash is at his weakest without a script. The quality here generally boils down to how outrageous the stories any given week are. Perhaps the worst part is the tendency for Critical Research Failure
every now and then; Nash and Tara are smart people, but they're also not omniscient and often fall into this when discussing stories that fall out of their general knowledge base. As Nash himself would say, "Live, everybody!" Even the most boring segments are usually good for a chuckle or two, though, as it's hard not to be even mildly entertained when the point of a segment is basically to laugh with someone at the antics of people who are
WTFIWWY and Nash's Review Shows: Informative and entertaining. Nash is very good at tearing down low-quality programming or movies with humor. It's clear he puts effort into his production values, and they've steadily improved with time, giving each video a little more to stand on than someone simply talking into the camera when not cutting to relevant footage. Even the very first episode of WTFIWWY, shot on a poor webcam, has Nash giving a memorable scene to get across the point that there is truly nothing hawt at the Walmart.
Radio Dead Air: A fun five hours every Monday night. As noted, Nash is not a stupid person, and his talks about technology developments, gaming news and nerd culture are always informative, much more so than when the articles of WTFIWWYLive aren't leading him into a topic he doesn't know about. His sense of humor makes everything fun, and his taste in music is pretty wide. Of course, these can be double-edged swords as musical taste is highly subjective and it's just as easy to be turned off by any given person's sense of humor, so YMMV. Having nothing else to do on Monday nights and having had a gutted social life for several years, it's safe to say I'm biased when I say that it's worth my time every week without fail. That being said, it's obvious even if you've never heard him talk about it that Nash's show is a labor of love, and he puts a lot of effort into giving his viewers something enjoyable to watch. Even if you're not starving for things to do, that alone makes it worth the time to check out. For all the "fuck!" he shouts over the Internet, Nash is more professional in many ways than most Internet personalities, and it shows.