It’s all about supportive partners on this week’s new episode! Newcomers Chris and Karenna square off against season three returner Paul. Round one will test our players’ knowledge of which actors have been onscreen-married to other actors, while round two asks about the cast that supported several Best Supporting Actor contenders to their Oscar wins. But at the end of the day, it all comes down to making the right choices in the lightning round!
Don't Hold Your Breath
Which champion could hold their breath underwater for the longest?
Identify the actor from three other actors who player their spouse.
Best Supporting Actor Support
Name the Best Supporting Actor from up to three of their co-stars.
Napster, Trucker Hats & A Machete To The Head
Questions about Halloween-y Movies from the 2000s.
Princeton's Gift to Kate
Questions about songs in the song "Mix Tape" from the musical Avenue Q.
From Eight to Ten, Gregorian
Questions about October in pop culture.
A musical number both fun and terrific
You might be confused if you think South Pacific
A communist spy dances up on the table
While the fate of the studio's star is unstable.
The Coen Brothers' film Hail, Caesar! is not a musical, but features a big song-and-dance moment that is very reminiscent of "There is Nothing Like a Dame" from The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "South Pacific." The song, "No Dames," was even disqualified from Oscar consideration because of the similarities. The number is led by Channing Tatum as Burt Gurney, who is later revealed to be a Communicst infiltrator to Hollywood. He even is the one to collect the ransom money dropped at the studio by Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) to rescue kidnapped star Baird Whitlock (George Clooney).