The last regulation episode of the season is upon us! This week, Scott, Seth, and Diana compete for the last spot in the season seven playoffs in the third elimination match of the Vancouver Rehearsal Tapes division. On the docket this week are games about real life commercial products popping up in pop culture, as well as telling us how to get to Sesame Street with a quiz about the parodies they’ve employed. All this, plus a lightning round! Our next episode is a special with three special guests from the iFanboy podcast network, and we’ll be back two Mondays after that for the season seven playoffs!

Quizzes Played

We All Scream

Who's going to make us feel better about the ice cream scoop that just fell off our cone and on to the cold indifferent pavement?

Name That Product

Identify the commercial product being placed into a pop culture property.

Get 'Em While They're Young

Name the pop culture entity being parodied on Sesame Street.


Pop culture questions with answers that start with the letter Z.

Not Much Canned Laughter

Questions about sitcoms from the 2010s.

Game Set Match

Questions about tennis in pop culture.

The Riddle

Recorded with the Wrecking Crew,

It has timeless hits - more than a few.

It was recorded largely without the group,

And has some filler about a sloop.


The Beach Boys classic album Pet Sounds contains a number of hits, like "Wouldn't it be Nice" and "God Only Knows," as well as the tonally asimilar "Sloop John B." It was mostly made by Brian Wilson while the rest of the group was on tour. Part of the appeal of the album can be attributed to the amazing work of the studio musicians, a group referred to as "The Wrecking Crew."

Match Results

Episode Notes

The Astro City Scorebreak. Astro City: Why did you have to kill the Good Dog? Why? [8/10 G-Dog, we hardly knew ye. We all knew it was coming, but still.]
The musical instrument you wish you'd never stopped playing after high school score break. The musical instrument you wish you'd never stopped playing after high school: Mine's the tuba! Did I actually think I'd keep up my chops stumbling across tubas in the wild after graduation day's 'Pomp and Circumstance'? [6/10 Wordy, but Elgar is always going to get you some points.]