Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trivia

Hey rebels, this is episode 226 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. This week, we’ve got Episode VIII of the Skywalker Saga. Love it or hate it, we’ve got thirty questions.

As always, it’s three rounds of ten questions each. A dorky round, a geeky round, and a nerdy round. If you need rules or scorecards, visit

One more bit of business before we start, I have an announcement. The show broke 200,000 downloads a few weeks back. That’s an impressive milestone for a little one-man show. Thank you all for listening. I really appreciate you tuning in every week to hear me.

And now, on with the show.

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2 replies on “Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trivia”

  1. Dorky – 7 Right, 7 points –
    Geeky – 4 Right, 8 points –
    Nerdy – 3 Right, 9 points –

    I haven’t seen it since it came out, but I did see it twice, then. It certainly has its questionable choices, but on the whole I liked it. I enjoyed the idea of taking the franchise into a new direction and ‘destroying your roots’ (or whatever that metatextual line was) but there were a few minor changes they really needed to finally get there. That, and they really needed to not just immediately undo it all with the following movie.

    (Exquisite Corpse is not a good way to make a trilogy.)

  2. I hated The Last Jedi, and I dislike most of Disney Star Wars. That the destruction and humiliation of Luke Skywalker was the whole point of the Sequel Trilogy was an insult and betrayal of the fans. That it also wiped out the whole Skywalker line and killed all the old characters without even ONCE bringing them all together was a travesty.

    And as for “subverting expectations”, yeah thinking Star Wars needed that was an insult. Star Wars when it came out in 1977 was a clear space adventure romp with good guys and bad guys, it wasn’t grey, it wasn’t gritty and edgy and deep. It wasn’t supposed to be. Tons of movies in the 70s were dark and edgy and “subverted expectations”, that wasn’t what the fans wanted. Star Wars was what they wanted and that’s why it succeeded. Rian Johnson (spit) turned Star Wars into the exact kind of movie Star Wars actually subverted back in its day. I’ll never forgive him for it.

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