Chicken, water, fire, you take it from there!
Any more questions just put them in the comments section and I'm sure Joel will answer them..."You Guessed It! You Can't Unguess It!" Futurama Trivia is interesting if true! And it is true! 3 rounds of mathematically flawless, alien eye-popping trivia backed by the viewing of three different classic Futurama episodes - and you don't even need a $300 Nixon tax rebate to participate because it's free. Sound too good to be true, like two meals in one week? Prepare to be surprised!
WHERE: Melody Bar, The Gladstone Hotel - 1214 Queen Street West.
WHEN: 8:00pm, September 27, 2011 (and again every two months, with our next gathering November 22nd!)
HOW IT WORKS: In classic pub trivia style, 'You Guessed It! You Can't Unguess It!' is three rounds of challenging questions about Futurama Volumes 1-4. Form a team of up to 6 friends and write down your answers on provided sheets; at the end of each round, you swap your sheet with another team just like in grade 6, and mark 'em. Then hand them in and enjoy an episode on the big screen! And did we mention prizes?
Special thanks to WOO-HOO!: Classic Simpsons Trivia for helping to organize this most natural progression. They are our big brother out of neither revenge, spite, malice nor boredom.
Invite your friends! It's fun for the whole family! (except grandma & grandpa)
You Guessed it! You Can't Un-Guess!
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"The song Eggman first came to me as a painting. I awoke one day with my head was so full of information and thought that I felt it was going to explode! With a canvas on the floor, I promptly splashed down a blue base, which serves as the ether, and suspended in it a white cracking egg with a limping skeletal body.
Now relieved and pondering upon the 'Eggman', I relaxed while playing the guitar. A guitar riff formed, which is the angular rhythm of Eggman's quirky stride. The words that followed the music were ladened with images and symbols that delve into the human psyche and an inner-desire for an expansion of consciousness. There was no inspired or creative relation to The Beatles song 'I am the Walrus', it was simply a subliminal image that birthed from how I was feeling at the time. Putting it all together with image and music, the final upbeat song moves along with a fun and delirious momentum. Enjoy!"