Neal welcomes United States Champion, Sam Carr, to the pagoda for another Game of Death. In a Hollywood heavy game, Sam is surprised about the movies for which Natalie Portman has won an Oscar and Matt is shocked that Tom Cruise is not 6’ 4”. Ken explodes over a question and Jeff gets cast in a horror movie. Will the pagoda prove too tough to climb for Sam?
It’s a Triviality team challenge hosted by Intercontinental Champion David Livasy. In preparation for Geek Bowl, team Triviality plays a game against... no one? Matt carrives the stress in his shoulders, Jeff gets embarrassed about Neal’s film choices, Ken knows a safe bet when he hears it, and Neal plants kernels. Do you have what it takes to beat team Triviality and become this week’s Cream of the Crop?
Matt hosts this 2 v 2 match with a team of Ken and Neal squaring off against team Jess(i)e. Matt admonishes Ken and Neal’s geography skills, team Jess(i)e monkeys around, Neal shows that he is a true *NSync fanboy, and Ken feels powerful when doing laundry. Which team will rise to the top?
Ken hosts his second Game of Death, featuring friend of the show, Rich Flegal. Matt trusts the Gorton’s fisherman, Ken offers to train Matt for the octagon, Neal’s just happy he got a movie question right, and Jeff is in need of a limitless pill. Can Rich put the kibosh on team triviality and become the Kareem of the crop?
It's another 3-for-all hosted by Neal with special listener submitted questions from Matt Hiller, Matt Coleman, Sam Carr, Dave Maslowski, John Berry & Full Second Round from Tim Evans (Facebook.com/QuizMercenary). The contestants try their hands at wordplay, evoke memories of the film "Moneyball", and Ken get's extra salty during the swing-round. Look out for a record setting amount of bleeps in this one! Worst. Swing-round. Ever.
*Swing Round Correction: Vicki Gunvalson works insurance, not real estate. Thanks to Patreon supporter Kathy Fischer for pointing out.*
Matt hosts this one on one featuring Neal and Jeff. Jeff tries to impress with some deep nerd knowledge, Neal teases some personal trivia, and Matt shows some love for one his favorite TV shows, the O.C.
Santa came just in the nick of time to deliver a Christmas themed game, hosted by Matt. Ken, Neal and, Jeff compete to be the Cream of Santa’s Workshop. Discussions include whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie.
Jeff hosts his first Game of Death as Greg enters the pagoda. Neal makes Greg an offer he should refuse and Greg challenges strong competition. Will Greg be the first contestant to throw team Triviality from the top of the pagoda?
It’s a 2x2x1 as guests David Raffetto and Jason Goding face off against a team of Matt and Jeff and a solo run by Neal. It is a pop culture heavy round where we learn what Neal thinks John Travolta’s best movie role would be, Matt discusses his reading habits, Ken reveals one of his favorite books, and Jeff has a new appreciation for a famous historical figure. Who has what it takes to be this week’s Cream of the Crop?
Jeff hosts this special bonus episode where he and guest Wesley Wells travel to everyone's favorite small town in Indiana. No, not Muncie. Before they check out a set from Department of Homeland Obscurity Wesley tries to evade Tom Cruise by answering questions about Leslie Knope and the gang. Let’s see if he is awesome sauce enough to survive.
Matt hosts his first Game of Death as Andrew Brown is welcomed into the pagoda. Neal suggests that countries have national horns, Jeff comes up with an idea for a spinoff podcast, Matt tells us everything that he knows about Oklahoma, and Ken has a sweet pull. Will Andrew have what it takes to take down the yet undefeated Team Triviality?
Neal hosts this 3-for-all with Ken, Jeff, and guest Rich Flegal. Jeff wonders how Billy Joel does it, Neal pitches his first book idea, and Ken refuses to pay postage on candy. The group discusses the most memorable SNL characters of all time. Does Rich have what it takes to be this week’s Cream if the Crop?
It's a 2 vs 2 matchup with Ken providing the questions! Jeff and Neal are teaming up to see if they can take down the power team from Louisville, Max Meiners and Jan Winter. Ken takes the players on a musical journey while Jeff and Neal debate questions on wizards, detectives, and potential power rangers. Will Neal's Swayze poster provide enough distraction to Team Louisville to secure Triviality the W?
Jeff hosts this three for all with fellow hosts Ken and Neal with special guest Dan Lundberg. Neal discusses what he thinks Elon Musk smells like, Ken is suspicious of Neal’s motives, and Dan makes some great table top gaming recommendations. Listen to find out who is this week’s Cream of the Crop.
Once upon a morning dreary, the boys gathered, tired and weary,
due to late nights and pondering trivia that they had heard before-
Neal had written a game so frightful,that Matt became angry and spiteful,
and Ken wished he had his rightful, rightful title that he'd won before.
"Jeff will win", he muttered, his coffee spilling on the floor. Quote the Macho, "Nevermore."
Triviality heads back to the pagoda for their second Game of Death! Brent Bollmeier guest stars in this match from Ken. Neal makes some incredible pulls, Jeff reveals that he lives to Frolf, and Matt discusses his love for the movie Broken Arrow. See if Brent will get the St. Louis Blues or if he will rise to be the Kareem of the Crop!
Matt excitedly hosts this triple threat matchup with his cohosts Ken, Neal, and Jeff. In today’s episode there is speculation about how old a horse would need to be to drive a car, Matt revisits some TGIF gold, Neal gets a science question, and we have our first fictional sponsor. Who will be this weeks Cream of the Crop?