This week we invite you to listen to our contestants defend their favorite characters from deadly sharks, and test their knowledge of forgotten movie sequels, before piecing together some mashed up TV and movie titles à la The King and I, Tonya.
Yes it’s the return to the Sabor de Soledad Division, where Anna, Chip, and Eileen engage in fierce pop culture trivia competition!
Make sure to stick around for the lightning round! There may be a surprise or two in store!
Sabor de Soledad Division 2nd Eliminations
The Sabor De Soledad Division celebrates the food and drinks in pop culture that tempt us, repulse us and make us think we are pregnant.
Jumping the Shark
Who is most likely to survive a shark attack?
The Next Worst Thing
Identify the forgotten movie sequel
The Titles of Dr. Moreau
He's imprisoned 45 movies and TV shows and he's starting to stitch them together. Name that chimera à la The King And I, Tonya
When Whitney Did Dolly
Questions about the pop culture happenings of 1992
Inside Man On Fire
Questions about actor Denzel Hayes Washington Jr.
No Choice But to Ship It
Questions about pop culture boats
I'm one in a million, but just one of a few
The world seems to love everything that I do
My best buddy wears a particular steel
And I was the first one who showed how to heal
The Child a.k.a. Baby Yoda: While Baby Yoda from "The Mandalorian" is a very special 'one-in-a-milion' character, there are only a few known members of "Yoda's Species." #JusticeForYaddle Baby Yoda has become a sensation, with the world waiting to see what new cute and memable moments he provides with each new episode. His best buddy, Din Djarin, wears armor made out of beskar, an incredibly stong steel used by Mandalorians. Funnily enough, Djarin received much of his beskar for first delivering Baby Yoda to The Client. In Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Rey demonstrates force healing. However, Baby Yoda demonstrated the same power to heal Greef Karga on an episode of "The Mandalorian" that dropped online two days before the release of Rise of Skywalker, thus beating Rey to the punch. Was this an over-explanation? Yes. Are we apologizing for it? No.