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90s nostalgia and failed superhero movies take center stage on this week’s contest! That’s appropriate, given the presence of comic experts Matt Wilson, Chris Sims, and Benito Cereno from the world’s most destructive comic book and pop culture podcast: War Rocket Ajax.
After a brief discussion of several characters’ Zoom skills, they’ll take a trivia dive into the dark recesses of syndicated TV shows from the 1990s.
The competition heats up even further when they are quizzed on the worst superhero movies ever made. You won’t believe some of the disasters that this game will drudge up!
With some tailor-made categories for round three, it all comes down to the lightning round where our players really get a chance to show their stuff!
Physical Media Division 2nd Eliminations
The Physical Media division recognizes the importance of keeping our favorite pop culture in our homes. If iTunes decides not to carry Pitch Perfect in the cloud anymore, it’s Physical Media to the rescue!
Zoom Zoom Zoom
Who would be the best person to teach a luddite how to use Zoom?
Check Your Local Listings And Your Math
Name the 90s or 00s syndicated action show from a formula describing its building blocks.
Identify some of the most maligned superhero movies to hit the theatres.
Questions about scholars in pop culture.
Questions about private detectives in pop culture.
Get A Load Of These Bozos
Questions about clowns in pop culture.
I'm best known for posing queries,
But I was all over, even played jack cheese.
On genre shows, I took my turns,
And later came to Broadway as Burns.
Frank Gorshin is best known as The Riddler on the 1966 Batman TV series, where he asked lots of questions, but had a long career, including voicing Reverend Jack Cheese on Ren and Stimpy. He had roles on tons of classic sci-fi and superhero shows, including Wonder Woman and Star Trek, and played comedian George Burns several times, including a Broadway run in a one-man show about him.