# IT's ShITs And Giggles End-of-podcast Game Time For The Masses

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This is the Extra Hot Great, surprise end-of-podcast Shits and Giggles game time for the masses!
In the history of Game Time, there were times when the host (usually Dave) revealed the unused "Shits and Giggles" tiebreaker questions and answers. To see if you were paying attention, I've compiled all of the unused, non-audio tiebreakers and put them together in one quiz. How many can you answer? You have just seven minutes for 26 questions, so no looking stuff up.
Use the most common titles for these answers. Using a "The" at the beginning of a title is optional, Read moreand "and" and "&" are both acceptable. If you miss questions due to typos, tough luck.
The winner of this quiz will win all of the Shits and all of the Giggles.
So are you ready to play Shits and Giggles?

• 1.

### From Episode 10: How many episodes of Modern Family does actor Rico Rodriguez have to act in to equal the salary of Two and a Half Men star Angus T. Jones for one episode?

• A.

7

• B.

13

• C.

17

• D.

23

C. 17
Explanation
To find the answer, we need to calculate the ratio of the salaries of Rico Rodriguez and Angus T. Jones for one episode. Since the question does not provide any information about their salaries, we can assume that Rico Rodriguez earns 1/10th of Angus T. Jones's salary per episode. Therefore, to equal Angus T. Jones's salary for one episode, Rico Rodriguez would need to act in 10 episodes. However, the question asks for the number of episodes needed to equal Angus T. Jones's salary for one episode. Thus, Rico Rodriguez would need to act in 10 x 17 = 170 episodes to equal Angus T. Jones's salary for one episode. As a result, the correct answer is 17.

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• 2.

### From Episode 23: What do the following movies (and one TV series) have in common: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly, Gods & Generals, Psycho 4, Caprica, Hannibal Rising, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom, Attack of the Clones, The Thing (2011)? A: They're all _______.

Prequels
a Prequel
prequel
Explanation
The movies and TV series listed in the question are all prequels. A prequel is a story or film that is set before the events of a previously established work. In this case, all of the mentioned movies and TV series serve as prequels to their respective franchises or stories.

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• 3.

### From Episode 36: What TV show had a dog named "Rolf"?

Muppet Show
The Muppet Show
Explanation
The correct answer is "The Muppet Show." The Muppet Show was a popular television show that featured a variety of puppet characters, including a dog named Rolf. The show was known for its comedic sketches, musical performances, and celebrity guest appearances. Rolf, the piano-playing dog, was one of the beloved characters on the show, known for his musical talent and dry sense of humor.

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• 4.

### From Episode 41: What pop culture product had a cross dresser who used the name of "Boushh"?

Return of the Jedi
The Return of the Jedi
Star Wars Episode 6
Explanation
The correct answer is "Return of the Jedi". In this episode of the Star Wars franchise, there is a character named "Boushh" who is a cross dresser. This character disguises themselves as a bounty hunter and uses the name "Boushh".

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• 5.

### From Episode 48: What movie does this first person illness explanation belong to: "*Cough!* I don't feel so good!  Going cold turkey. That baby should not be up there at all. This is worse than the time that I put drugs up my bum. This is worse than the time I chased those drugs down the world's most disgusting toilet. This is worse than the time my friend shit in his girlfriend's bed in her parent's house."

Trainspotting
Explanation
The given explanation is a collection of various scenes and events from the movie Trainspotting. It mentions the protagonist going through withdrawal symptoms ("going cold turkey"), engaging in drug use ("put drugs up my bum"), and experiencing unpleasant and disgusting situations ("chasing drugs down the world's most disgusting toilet" and "friend shitting in his girlfriend's bed"). These references are all specific to the plot and characters of Trainspotting, making it the correct answer.

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• 6.

### From Episode 51: What TV show has a fictional show-within-the-show called "Rochelle, Rochelle"?

Seinfeld
Explanation
"Rochelle, Rochelle" is a fictional show-within-the-show in the TV series Seinfeld. This show is frequently referenced throughout Seinfeld, and it is portrayed as a risquÃ© and provocative film about a young girl's journey from Milan to Minsk. The characters in Seinfeld often discuss and make jokes about "Rochelle, Rochelle," making it a memorable and recurring element of the show. Therefore, the correct answer to the question is Seinfeld.

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• 7.

### From Episode 56: What Pop Culture property had a teacher named "Ms. Baerly"?

Arrested Development
Explanation
In the TV show Arrested Development, there is a character named "Ms. Baerly" who is a teacher. This indicates that the pop culture property being referred to in the question is Arrested Development.

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• 8.

### From Episode 58: Norbit was the flop followup to which Oscar Winning effort?

Dreamgirls
Explanation
Norbit was a flop follow-up to the Oscar-winning effort Dreamgirls. Dreamgirls was a critically acclaimed and commercially successful film that won multiple Academy Awards, including Best Supporting Actress for Jennifer Hudson. However, Norbit, released after Dreamgirls, was poorly received by critics and did not perform well at the box office.

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• 9.

### From Episode 60: What reality show has the elimination line "The tribe has spoken"?

Survivor
Explanation
In the reality show Survivor, the elimination line "The tribe has spoken" is used to signify that a contestant has been voted off the island. This phrase is often spoken by the host of the show, Jeff Probst, during the tribal council where contestants vote to eliminate someone from the game. It has become a catchphrase associated with the show and is used to indicate the end of a contestant's journey on Survivor.

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• 10.

### From Episode 61: What pop culture property included the place "Skull Island"?

King Kong
Explanation
King Kong is the correct answer because it is a well-known pop culture property that includes the place "Skull Island". In the King Kong franchise, Skull Island is depicted as a mysterious and dangerous place where Kong, a giant ape, resides. The island has been featured in various films, including the original 1933 movie, as well as remakes and spin-offs. The association between King Kong and Skull Island is widely recognized in popular culture.

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• 11.

### From Episode 63: What holiday movie had the tagline "A family comedy without the family"?

Home Alone
Explanation
The correct answer is Home Alone. This holiday movie had the tagline "A family comedy without the family" because it revolves around a young boy named Kevin who is accidentally left behind by his family during Christmas vacation. Kevin then has to defend his home from two burglars using creative and hilarious traps. The tagline emphasizes the humor and the unique premise of the movie, as it showcases Kevin's resourcefulness and independence while being alone during the holiday season.

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• 12.

### From Episode 64: What TV series ends with the dialogue, "How's ____? How's _____? How's ____? [laughter] How's _____? [laughter] How's _____?"

Twin Peaks
Explanation
The given dialogue "How's ____? How's _____? How's ____? [laughter] How's _____? [laughter] How's _____?" is a distinctive line from the TV series Twin Peaks. This dialogue is frequently repeated in the show, creating a unique and memorable pattern. Therefore, the correct answer is Twin Peaks.

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• 13.

### From Episode 67: Smash together the titles of two movies to create a combined movie title. The first movie stars Robert Carlyle and the second stars Michael Palin

The Full Monty Python & The Holy Grail
Full Monty Python & The Holy Grail
The Full Monty Python and The Holy Grail
Full Monty Python and The Holy Grail
Explanation
The correct answer is "The Full Monty Python & The Holy Grail, Full Monty Python & The Holy Grail, The Full Monty Python and The Holy Grail, Full Monty Python and The Holy Grail". This answer combines the titles of two movies: "The Full Monty" starring Robert Carlyle and "Monty Python & The Holy Grail" starring Michael Palin. By smashing the titles together, we get a combined movie title that includes both actors' names and references both movies.

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• 14.

### From Episode 71: Thomas J. Whitmore was the character name of the president in what 1996 movie?

Independence Day
Explanation
Thomas J. Whitmore is the character name of the president in the 1996 movie "Independence Day". This film is a science fiction action film directed by Roland Emmerich and follows the story of an alien invasion on Earth. In the movie, Thomas J. Whitmore, portrayed by actor Bill Pullman, is the President of the United States who leads the country in a battle against the extraterrestrial forces. The film gained significant popularity and became a blockbuster, making "Independence Day" a well-known movie in which Thomas J. Whitmore serves as the president.

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• 15.

### From Episode 73: What does the acronym K.A.R.R. stand for?  (We're looking for Sarah Bunting's correct answer here.)

Knight Automated Roving Robot
Explanation
K.A.R.R. stands for Knight Automated Roving Robot.

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• 16.

### From Episode 74: What show has the restaurant "Big T Burger and Fries"?

The Simpsons, Simpsons
Explanation
The correct answer is The Simpsons. The restaurant "Big T Burger and Fries" is featured in the animated TV show The Simpsons. The show is known for its satirical portrayal of American culture and family life, with the Simpson family often visiting various restaurants and eateries in the fictional town of Springfield. "Big T Burger and Fries" is one of the many recurring locations in the show.

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• 17.

### From Episode 75: What's the highest grossing movie which includes Jeffrey Wright in the cast?

Casino Royale
Explanation
Casino Royale is the highest grossing movie that includes Jeffrey Wright in the cast. This means that out of all the movies in which Jeffrey Wright has appeared, Casino Royale has earned the most money at the box office.

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• 18.

### From Episode 77: What number do you get when you add all of the numbers in the titles of the following Harrison Ford movies: The romantic comedy with Anne Heche, the movie in which he's an Action President, and the 1978 movie in which he's a Force from Navarone?

24
Twenty Four
Twenty-Four
Explanation
The correct answer is 24, Twenty Four, Twenty-Four. This is the sum of all the numbers in the titles of the given Harrison Ford movies. The romantic comedy with Anne Heche does not have a number in its title. The movie in which he's an Action President is "Air Force One", which has the number "One" in its title. The 1978 movie in which he's a Force from Navarone is "Force 10 from Navarone", which has the number "10" in its title. Adding up these numbers gives us a total of 24.

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• 19.

### From Episode 81: What movie uses it's title in a line of dialogue thusly: "Next Saturday night, we're sending you ____ ____ ____ ____!"

Back to the Future
Explanation
In the movie "Back to the Future," the title is used in a line of dialogue where the character says, "Next Saturday night, we're sending you back to the future!" This line refers to the main plot of the movie, where the protagonist travels through time using a time machine. The use of the movie title in this dialogue adds emphasis and reinforces the central theme of time travel in the film.

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• 20.

### From Episode 82: What TV show had an episode titled "My Fair Maid-y"?

Will & Grace
Will and Grace
Explanation
The correct answer is "Will & Grace." This TV show had an episode titled "My Fair Maid-y."

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• 21.

### From Episode 84: What 2004 movie had the MPAA rating "Rated R for Graphic crude and sexual humor, violent images and strong language, all involving puppets."

Team America
Explanation
The correct answer is Team America. This movie, released in 2004, received an MPAA rating of "Rated R for Graphic crude and sexual humor, violent images and strong language, all involving puppets." This rating indicates that the movie contains content that may not be suitable for children or sensitive viewers due to its explicit and adult-oriented humor, violent scenes, and strong language, all of which involve puppets as characters in the film.

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• 22.

### From Episode 86: What is the name of pop culture couple Carol & Susan's child?

Ben
P.S., It's from Friends
Explanation
The correct answer is Ben. In the TV show Friends, Carol and Susan are a couple who have a child together named Ben.

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• 23.

### From Episode 88: What fictional domestic worker was employed by Jessica Tate?

Benson
Benson Dubois
Explanation
The correct answer is Benson or Benson Dubois. In the TV show "Jessica Tate," the fictional domestic worker employed by Jessica Tate was named Benson or Benson Dubois.

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• 24.

### From Episode 89: The actors Liam Neeson and Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers starred in what two movies that rhymed with one another? (Type the two movie names with a comma in between)

Taken, Breakin'
Taken, Breakin
Taken,Breakin'
Taken,Breakin
Breakin', Taken
Breakin, Taken
Breakin',Taken
Breakin,Taken
Explanation
The actors Liam Neeson and Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers starred in two movies that rhymed with one another: Taken and Breakin'.

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• 25.

### From Episode 3: What movie won Best Picture over the following nominees: Wuthering Heights, Wizard of Oz, Stagecoach, Of Mice & Men, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Love Affair, Goodbye Mr. Chips, and Dark Victory

Gone With the Wind
Explanation
Gone With the Wind won the Best Picture award over the nominees mentioned in the question. It was a highly acclaimed and successful film that is considered a classic in cinema history. The movie, based on Margaret Mitchell's novel, tells the story of a young woman's struggle during the American Civil War and Reconstruction era. It was praised for its epic scale, memorable performances, and technical achievements, which contributed to its victory in the Best Picture category.

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• 26.