Stacey gives a quiz on various and significant walls. The gang performs admirably, aside from when Cunningham accuses Dave of stealing her thoughts and Dave ruins his future in politics. God returns to correct some stupidity.
This week, Cunningham forces Dave and Stacey to ponder how this leads to that . . . how some things (and people) are instrumental to other things. Like eggs are instrumental to baking a cake . . . or maybe not. Bonus: Stacey makes a pun!
Who brings home the bacon? And who squanders it? Match wits and financial acumen with the ladies as Dave tests them on the net worth of various wealthy (and not so wealthy) individuals. As a bonus, Cunningham assesses her tug-of-war prowess and Stacey asks Jeff Bezos for a favor.
Stacey proclaims that this test is "the stupidest ever!" Dave flails. Cunningham decides it's her favorite and gives herself a perfect score ( 7 out of 7 . . . though there were 8 questions. You'll just have to decide for yourself.
This week on The Test, Cunningham investigates Dave and Stacey's secrets of social success. How do those two exude so much charm and charisma? Learn their "go to" moves and you'll be competently convivial in no time. As a bonus, the gang envisions what it would be like if Dave had cancer of the eyes.
Dave tosses his artistic sensibilities and gives the ladies a test on the lowest, the cheesiest, the most absurd form of entertainment: magic. Do you believe in magic? Apparently, Cunningham does (and no amount of "bonus lectures" are going to diminish her naive sense of childhood wonder. Stacey is also a fan of the the magical arts, and loves the fact that "people can learn to do tricks." Listen to this episode . . . before it disappears.
The ladies may not be great with numbers, but they sure as shit know their guns. This week, listen to Dave barrage Cunningham and Stacey with a battery of incendiary questions and assault them with a slew of psychotic statistics . . . and listen to the little ladies as they stand their ground and fight back. An inspirational and topical tour de force that will leave you reaching for your sidearm.
Stacey gives some crystal clear instructions on how to play her name-game mash-up, but at first Cunningham and Dave don't follow. Then, ever so slowly, they figure things out. Ultimately, there is a brilliant reversal and Dave hijacks the test. Odd puppet!
In honor of the Super Bowl, this week's episode is a high-scoring extravaganza. It's also ambiguous, informative and ambitious. As a bonus, Dave soothes his menstrual cramps with naproxen, Stacey tosses around some anatomical terms, and Cunningham expresses her love of a certain ethnic dessert food. Tune in, take a shot, and see if you can outscore the ladies.