Season three continues as we move from the Cellular Division to the Appellate Division. Sean, Simone, and Randy have all brought their A-games for a brand new set of pop culture trivia challenges. The pedantic IMDb goofs section might not be for everyone, but it does provide the basis for today’s first round where players identify a movie from its notable production mistakes. The search for inconsistencies continues in round two where players find movies from their casts, but one actor is out of place! Can they put the pieces of the puzzle together to reassemble them? The game’s tension holds all the way through the lightning round for a real photo finish!
Why is Dan Aykroyd here?
Which character would put together the best supergroup for a charity single?
A Goofy Movie
Identify the movie from descriptions of factual and continuity errors found in them.
A Cavalcade of Stars
Who's the incorrect actor we've slipped into ensemble movies cast lists?
Titanic Finally Sinks
Questions about pop culture happenings of 2009.
Questions about shows aired on Nick Jr.
Everyone's Favorite Professor At Bard
Questions about the life and works of Neil Gaiman.
The Win Beneath My Wings
Hot potato'ing the TV roles of Steven Weber.
Their hygiene leaves some clutching their pearls.
and the mission nearly fails cuz the major brings in some girls.
Eight percent survival is nothing to crow,
But at least they managed to blow up the chateau
In the 1967 film The Dirty Dozen, the convicted soldiers cum commandos are told that if they don't want to wash and shave in cold water, they won't do it at all, leading to outrage from some officers who encounter them. While the movie is best remembered for the raid that results in the squad destroying a chateau housing many German officers (and leaving only one of the 12, or 8.3% still alive), much of the film is made up of the efforts of U.S. Military officers to send the men back to prison. At one point, this effort is bolstered when the Major hires women to come in and have a party with the men, a major breach of discipline and decorum.