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During tonights round three, the object of the round was to correctly choose whether or not a famous dead person had reached forty or not. Number seven was, and I quote, “Ryder truck spokesman Timothy McVeigh.” Something tells me that wouldn’t go over so well in Oklahoma City. Recently, comedy has come under fire as being “insensitive.” Just ask Dane Cook and Jeff Ross. Keep in mind, when you ask Dane Cook, that he sucks anyway. When I first read the McVeigh portion of the round, I admit, I chuckled and then that was followed by an overwhelming sense of guilt and sadness. Comedy should be free to be offensive without judgment. A comedy club is a sacred place where comedians should feel safe trying out new material without having to worry about it winding up as a story on Huffington Post with a damning YouTube video to accompany it. What’s my point? I don’t know. I guess I’m just trying to justify laughing at something terrible.
*high horse dismount*
Oh, yeah… quiz! Once again, the Glenn did not disappoint. Our first place team from round one to the finish was The Gods of Wrong Answers. Second place went to Loraxis of Evil. I love both of these teams. Hard.
Check out these quiz highlights, jerks:
The first round reminded us that the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg will be from now on (or at least until album sales dip) will be known as Snoop Lion. Snoop Liony Lion just doesn’t have the same ring to it. Sorry, Calvin.
The fourth round (No One Expects the Spanish Inquisition!) was eight questions about Spain. Okay, I get it I mispronounced Alhambra! The “H” is fucking silent. Get off my back!
During round six, we had a question that mentioned Point Break. No one appreciated my Patrick Swayze impression. Jerks.
Round seven featured musical moments from non-musical movies. There was a beautiful moment when everybody sang along to “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” from Coyote Ugly. At least, I think that’s the name of the song. Not that I have it on repeat on my iTunes or anything. Seriously, I don’t. No, you can’t look at my computer. No, dude, stop! YOU CAN’T FIGHT THE MOONLIGHT! NO ONE CAN!
And in round eight, we learned that Bill Cosby has the most Best Comedy Album Grammys. Why? Because he’s Bill Fucking Cosby. Stand down!
So ends another week of quizzing at The Glenn. We’ll catch you on the flipside!