Here it is! The season two championship match! Our three divisional champs have come a long way, but only one of them will be our next Super Mondo Champion of Champions! Chris Sims of War Rocket Ajax, Fug Girl Heather Cocks, and Margaret H. Willison from the Appointment Television podcast.
In round one, players will decipher the sworn enemies of certain celebrities by who has an opposite name (e.g. Nia Long vs. Martin Short) before taking a trip to yesteryear by untangling mashups of the most successful movies, books, and songs of a particular year. And of course, it all comes down to the lightning round.
Hang tight, listeners, because season three is cominatcha soon. Don’t miss it!
Are We Having Fun Yet?
Who is going to best cater a wedding reception?
Identify which actors would have a semantic nomenclature conflict based on context clues.
It Was A Very Good Year
Name the bestselling book, top-grossing movie, and highest chart-topper of a particular year.
A Worthy Family
Questions about the collective work of the three Hemsworth brothers.
Watch Me Whip
Questions about pop culture horses.
Questions about poker in popular culture.
The sound of the synthesizer's easy to place
It signals a rock and roll journey to space
The band takes its name from a part of the globe
And this song has long been co-opted by G.O.B.
This iconic 80s rock anthem starts with a very hummable synthesizer line, before a set of lyrics that describe the "final countdown" to a rocketship taking off for outer space. Europe is both the band's name and a world continent (as found on a globe). On "Arrested Development," G.O.B. Bluth (Will Arnett) uses this song to underscore his magic shows.