After defending the sandwich skills of their favorite characters in “My Champion,” Amanda, Lea, and Joe will test their memories of movies that share their titles with popular songs. Later, the stakes will rise as they combine their pop culture knowledge with their understanding of a deck of playing cards. Will they go all in or fold before the turn? Listen and find out!
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Oceanic Airlines Division 1st Eliminations
Buckle up. It's going to be a bumpy ride.
Cutting off the Crusts
Who would be the best at preparing, and then eating, an exotic sandwich?
The Vennding Machine
One movie. One song. Same title
Figure out which of the three summaries describes the work with the highest playing card value in its title. Got it? Aces!
Gettin' Jiggy With It
Questions about Willard Carroll Smith Jr.
That Is The Question
Questions about onscreen adaptations of the works of William Shakespeare
Keys to the Kingdom
Questions about piano and pianists in pop culture
I'm not law enforcement, but work with officials
And Captain America gave me six initials
Despite that piano, I'm hardly one note
With an accent toward insight surrounding a throat
Benoit Blanc: In the 2019 movie Knives Out, Daniel Craig's detective Benoit Blanc is a private investigator, though there are two police detectives who he works with throughout the movie. Ransom (played by Captain America himself, Chris Evans) refers to Blanc as "CSI: KFC;" it's a nickname with six initials. Early in the film, he signals the detectives by playing the highest note on a piano. He has a thick southern accent and is investigating the death of Harlan Thromby, whose throat was slit.