It’s time to play the music. It’s time to light the lights. It’s time…for some trivia.
This week, we’re all about those felt freaks from the mind of Jim Henson. Summer is winding down, so let’s have a little fun. It’s also a way to look back at past Muppet fun while they forge ahead with their new show, Muppets Now.
Well, the new Wonder Woman movie, Wonder Woman 1984, will come out…eventually. Until then, here’s some trivia to tide you over. Or wait and listen when the movie is closer to its release date. OR, listen now and then play it with your friends on the way to the theater and you’ll be a Wonder Woman expert!
Time to binge some “classic” Science Fiction films. This week, we’re diving into the unique and wonderful sci-fi films of the 1970’s.
Test your knowledge and, if you miss a few, at least you have some new movies to watch on Netflix.
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Still no Mulan movie? Oh well, we’ve delayed this episode long enough. In honor of the new Mulan reboot (whenever it hits theaters), we wanted to run down those feisty females of Disney films.
Grab your little princesses and princes and play along with the whole family!
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You’ve been watching a lot of movies lately, haven’t you? Well, that’s all about to pay off. It’s our latest Quotables episode and it’s all about the 90’s!
We give you a quote from a movie, you just have to name the movie. Simple and fun. Good luck.
Grant Imahara, robot engineer and builder extraordinaire on Mythbusters has passed away at the way-too-young age of 49.
Grant’s resume reads like a geek’s dream. Worked on the Star Wars prequels (operating R2-D2 no less), competed in BattleBots, built countless robots and gadgets for Mythbusters, and even played Sulu on Star Trek Continues.
I bet you thought we’d forgotten about this, didn’t you? Fear not, Star Trek: The Animated series won’t be missed. Here are thirty questions to slake your Star Trek trivia thirst.
The often forgotten series didn’t run long, but it was memorable to those of us that got a chance to watch it. Try your best and then binge the series to pick up anything you missed.
When you are done, visit the other Star Trek series episodes.
It’s America’s birthday. Let’s take a look at America’s history and see how much you remember from history class (and how much got left out).
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