S01.E02: Delta Tau Chi Division 1st Eliminations

Marge Excitable’s Periodical Table Of Elements

Our reviewer Marge Excitable being excited about incoming pop culture wordplay and backwards film scores.

Season one of The Great American Pop Culture Quiz Show continues onward with three players who are more than up to a challenge. Adam, Alex, and Kelly-marie brave some terrible wordplay combining their pop culture knowledge with their memory of high school chemistry in “Periodical Table of the Elements” before honing their musical ears while identifying famous backwards film scores.

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Match Info

S01.E02 -
Delta Tau Chi Division 1st Eliminations
Bracket
The season bracket to date. Also showing the current match, season 1 episode 2.
Match
Season matches guide showing current round (Delta Tau Chi Division, Eliminations 1)

Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? This division says no.

Quizzes Played

Minty Fresh

Who could most use a mint?

Marge Excitable's Periodical Table Of Elements

Decode the subjects of Marge Excitable's glowing, elemental pop culture reviews.

Reversal Of More Than Four Tunes

Identify the famous movie score from these reversed snippets.

Her

Questions about actor Scarlett Ingrid Johansson

The Year We Make Contact

Questions about the pop culture happenings of 2010

Never Stop Never Stopping

Questions about singers who act

I was a small screen spin-off from film, not TV,
At least, that is how it was ruled legally.
Still a doctor, but in a place far, far less manic,
Mentoring a guy who lives in the Titanic.

TRAPPER JOHN, M.D.: A lawsuit over the spinoff ruled that Trapper John, M.D. was a spinoff of the movie M*A*S*H, not the TV show. His mentee, a young doctor, lived in a trailer ironically called "the Titanic."

Episode Notes

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Ron Silver played a campaign manager on The West Wing, not a lawyer. Our host temporarily confused him in his mind with Oliver Platt.