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KAREN // @momopeche

Game geek, candyfreak, bad runner.  

EXPERTISE: Geography, Hip Hop, Dogs, Patrick Swayze, Scout

 

COLIN // @colin13

Cannot tolerate lines that are not 100% parallel or 100% perpendicular.

EXPERTISE: Classic Rock, Academy Awards, NBA, Star Wars, Sniper

 

DANA // @ItsKindaSweet

Kinda sweet, kinda hilarious. Game designer extraordinaire.  

EXPERTISE: Literature, Indie Rock, Pop Culture, New Zealand, Prince, Medic

 

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Tuesday
Mar262013

55: ALL QUIZ BONANZA! #11

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GET. PUMPED. YES. So many quizzes in all shapes and sizes! Get inside Colin's head and see if you can identify some of his favorite instrumental TV theme songs. Karen is totally excited to see if people enjoy her "William Shakespeare Goes to a House Party Quiz." Dana's got an apPEAling and PEAceful word game, and "What Would Keanu Do?" And Chris presents a round of "Last in Line 2: The Overblown Sequel." 

RUNTIME: 43 minutes 16 seconds

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Reader Comments (3)

Karen - LOVED your Capital Capitals game. Very clever.

March 27, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWesley

I have an Um, actually for you!

In the Matrix, wasn't Keanu's job technically Organic Battery? :D

Thanks for the always entertaining, ever-enlightening podcast!

April 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBrock

On the intro montage to Little House on the Prairie, it was mentioned that the little girl falls down. This was intentional because per labor rules, the character was played by identical twins. In the sequence, one twin falls down and disappears in the tall grass and the other twin gets up and continues running. This was a clever way ro give both Lindsay and Sindey Greenbush opening credits.

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