How much would you weigh on the moon? Which Indiana Jones movie made the most money? How do you pronounce AT-AT? What does the license plate on Doc Brown’s DeLorean say?
If you can answer these questions, we want to enlist YOU in the Atomic Trivia War 9000, the podcast quiz show with geek cred. The war isn’t waged with bullets and tanks, but with facts and figures, pop culture references, and a big dose of nerdiness.
Join Jason, Omar, Rochelle, and Kevin as they do battle for points and honor. This isn’t a mild seismic activity quiz challenge. This is the Atomic Trivia War 9000!
Oh the many movers and shakers we have lost to the fangs of 2016... from Ziggy Stardust to Willy Wonka, we dig through this graveyard of a year (via trivia) to remember what has been lost.
You're Welcome for this Shiny review of Disney's new animated feature Moana, which shows We Know the Way to get our podcast to Where You Are. Bonus points for putting all those song titles in this blurb. This is a great movie set against the backdrop of Pacific Islander mythology!
Doug Glatt isn't a smart man, but he knows what love is. We review the 2011 hockey film based (allegedly, as these things go) on the true story of a minor league hockey enforcer.
Teddy Roosevelt, hero of the Spanish-American War and president of the United States, had some weird pets. This factoid and more in this episode of the ATOMIC TRIVIA WAR 9000, as well as a contest! Enter by decoding the cryptogram hidden in this week's questions. Send the answer to Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org and one lucky person will get a prize!
Did you like Punch Out? How 'bout Serpentor? We've got trivia about those and more, plus talk about some nerdy movies coming down the pike and Jason's recent addiction to The West Wing!
TRIVIA: Mistletoe can be deadly if you eat it but a kiss can be even deadlier if you mean it. We talk about 1992's BATMAN RETURNS, the second movie in Tim Burton's duology on the Caped Crusader of Gotham City, which frames the Penguin as a prescient look at Donald Trump. October is Batmonth. Because bats. It was almost WitchMonth.
Baby, would you like a kiss from a rose on the grapes? Ooh, the more I taste of this soup, the more I make. Now when you're Orlando Bloom, the light hits the gloom on the cave.
It's Batman and Robin, the second-worst Batman movie ever made. We examine it piece by painful piece.
Who will reign supreme when Kev-O takes over and slings the questions? He delivers a blast of video game trivia, then we talk about our formative video game experiences (ATARI, DAWG!).