Dave presents the ladies with a rather grim thought experiment (provided by Chuck Klosterman) and while they perform admirably, it might be all for nought. So take a shot and see how you score . . . or don't. It probably doesn't matter anyway.
Stacey brings the pain this week with her quiz on nicknames. Dave and Cunningham mainly flail-- especially on the actual names-- but they occasionally guess the common thread. Give it a shot . . . it won't be hard to outscore these two idiots . . . and remember: Method Man's real name is Clifford.
This week, Dave (with the help of God) quizzes the ladies on the Bible. Stacey virtue signals her way through the pearly gates, while Cunningham decides that Christ bores her. God shares why he was so angry in the Old Testament, and how he's getting over it. No one is plagued by locusts . . . yet.
Can you? Will you? At the very least, would you give it a try? Stacey breaks format this week and puts Dave and Cunningham on the spot. How do they respond? Tune in to find out, and be prepared: there might be some mnemonic debate.
What do Stacey and Cunningham have in common with Aerosmith? They all love elevators. Who knew? No politics this week, but there's still some controversy in the form of an elevator-related religious discussion. And Coach Brady provides a frenetic cameo. What's not to love? So take a ride, elevate yourself, keep score, and see if you can keep up with Stacey (spoiler alert: she's married to a guy who builds elevators . . . so it won't be easy).
This week on The Test, Cunningham asks some pointed political questions, both general and germane. Dave and Stacey attempt to answer, but often get sidetracked by other important issues (such as the rules of napping and the ins and outs of interbreed canine romance). Are you informed about this presidential election? Do you understand the nomination process? Can a cocker spaniel mate with a great dane without human assistance? You'll learn all this and more . . . so give it a whirl, keep score, and see how you fare.
Is the only thing that separates humans from robots the ability to differentiate between different kinds of noodles? Learn the answer to this and more on this week's episode of The Test. Stacey will quiz you on your knowledge of robots in film and television, Cunningham will say things that artificial intelligence could never predict, and Dave will get machines and apes confused. Give it a shot, keep score, and remember: there's nothing better to fight off an angry swarm of robots than a hose.
This week, Stacey demonstrates her uncanny ability to identify stand-up comedians by voice alone. Cunningham also professes to have the same uncanny ability, but this is proven suspect. So is her grading criteria, though she considers it "rude" for the gang to criticize her specious mathematics. Dave provides the audio samples, and you'll need to identify the comic, and-- as a bonus-- there's an overarching theme for each set of three. See if you can keep up with Stacey . . . she's uncanny!
What will you say the moment before you die? Hopefully not "aye carumba." This week, Cunningham quizzes Dave and Stacey on famous last words from literature. Her readings are dramatic and eloquent, until number seven. Then things get weird.