This week on The Test, things get real. Grievances are aired. Alliances are formed. And Dave also wedges in a quiz on superstitions and their origin stories. So tune in, keep score, and take sides. If you don't learn something, you can key Stacey's jeep.
Join the gang on this inspirationally aspirational (aspirationally inspirational?) journey into the wild world of YouTube. Cunningham is your guide, and be forewarned: she's something of a proselytizing fanatic. Dave and Stacey not only drink the Kool-Aid, they fill an Olympic-sized pool with it and jump in. Whether your skin is oily or dry, we guarantee you'll learn something (and possibly contemplate a new career).
In celebration of the gang's 100th episode, Stacey administers a very exciting super test. As usual, Dave is very proud of himself (he scores a solid 3 out of 7) and Cunningham refuses to get closer to the microphone (because that means she'll have to get closer to Dave). Check it out, keep score, and if you don't learn something, you can punch one of us in the arm (moderately hard).
This week, Dave gives the ladies a numbers quiz with minimal math, although Stacey and Cunningham still manage to pull him into a numerical abyss. As a bonus, Dave gives some parenting advice, Stacey confesses to another crime, and Cunningham says some words that may or may not pertain to the answer. Tune in, keep score, and if you don't learn something, we'll refund your money entirely!
The gang makes a triumphant return with this incredibly informative quiz about matters pertaining to the federal budget. Cunningham's impeccable research into all matters fiduciary will leave you breathless, and you'll also get to hear an extra-special live audio moment: Dave's heartfelt reaction to Tom Petty's death.
This week on The Test, Dave presents things that are similar and challenges the ladies to find the differences. Their answers run the gamut as far as accuracy is concerned, but both Stacey and Cunningham proudly "contribute a lot" to the discussion. Play along at home, see how much you can contribute to the discussion, and be prepared for some inclement weather.
Everyone agrees that Mount Rushmore is pretty lame, so Stacey forces the gang to do seven different makeovers. If you play along at home, make sure to bring your dynamite and chisel, because whatever you decide will be set in stone. We also learn that Cunningham is a twofer and that Dave has significant aesthetic concerns about smooth foreheads.
This week, Cunningham tests your ability to survive. Whether you're stranded in the wilderness, or just alone with a couple of children, this is the information you need. See if you've got what it takes to make it out alive (Dave doesn't . . . Stacey might).
Cunningham and Stacey make Dave sad and mournful this week because they don't know nothin' about dem blues. See if you fare better . . . identify the bluesmen and then use the song titles and lyrics from the seven clips to figure out the corresponding film. Beware the prophecy!
This week, Stacey presents something linear, traditional, and very important: a review of poisonous (and venomous) things that can kill you, maim you, and -- worst of all-- make you itchy and uncomfortable. As a bonus, Cunningham has an encounter with a mysterious man sporting thick chest hair.