The Bulldog Downtown
1111 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403
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Yet another exciting, fun-filled dance party, I mean pub quiz. We had a lot of high scores tonight and with that a lot of happy people.
Talking about tonight's Winners!
In first place, by a long shot, we had the Unstoppable "Show Me Your War Horses"!
And for the first time ever at the Bullfrog, we had a tie for second place. I asked question after question after question after question until finally a winner emerged, the Newcomers "She Told Me It Was Razorburn"!
Sadly, "Call Me Bunnycups" formally "Bunnycups" did not win the second place cup, or imaginary cup since there isn't one to win. They changed their name this week to remember a fallen nemesis who is not longer with us. I think after tonight, they may be returning to their former "Bunnycups" glory.
The first three rounds were pretty hot. All the teams rocked the Zoolander and Book of Mormons question, which I am super excited to see, Book of Mormon that is, not Zoolander. We also had a few teams kill the parody round, with scores in the double digits. Sarah Mclaughlin better watch out. And I was a little surprised Robin Williams did not make the top ten comedian list. Jerry Seinfield, didn't surprise me. Not everyone loves Raymond.
The next three rounds were also high scoring. Sadly in round four, no team could quite get the Russian dude's name right, but I guess when you're Russian, no one really remembers your name anyways. But we in Amerrrica always remember anything having to do with vaginas, be it Courtney Love's or Alyson Hannigan's. Mustaches are awesome, need I say more.
Round seven proved who the video game nerds really were. I did like some teams strategy of just putting the same answer for a few questions hoping one would be right. That only blows up in your face when you guess Primal Rage and none of the answers are Primal Rage. And Round eight proved that no one reads the newspaper or the funnies anymore either. Oh well, at least we can hopefully save some trees then.
Thanks to all the newcomers who came tonight. Thanks to all the old and regular comers for the evening. Next week if there's a tie, a dance-off may be in store.