Stacey provides Dave and Mike with yet another clever thematic music quiz. Listen to the song clips, identify the artists, contemplate the lyrics, compile the clues, and then-- in the timeless style of Archimedes-- leap from your tub, scream "Eureka!" and then run through the streets, buck-naked and dripping wet, while proclaiming your answer . . . only to find it is wrong (and you're without clothing . . . in public).
Despite the proximal whirling scythe of grim-visaged death, Dave and the gang prevail and present you with this test full of grim shit. Special guest Mike gets the last word in (actually the last number) and Cunningham breaks new ground in depression therapy. As a special thematically related bonus, Stacey threatens to kill Dave.
Once again, Stacey comes up with a genius test idea all by herself! Without the help of a man! But before you get to the fun, you'll have to learn about the gang's attempt to cure cancer . . . and the mysteries of the human body. A gross and sun-dazed episode the whole family will enjoy.
Stacey presents a brilliant set of cinematic puzzles (which she created all by herself, without the aid of a man). Unfortunately, despite the caliber of the quiz, things don't go as smoothly as they should . . . a peeing dog, low batteries, and Dave's newfound psychic abilities send this test into uncharted waters.
Have you ever wondered about the underpinnings of human consciousness? How thoughts come to be? If three people asphyxiating from dog farts can make connections between random celebrities? Explore all this profundity and much, much more on this week's episode of The Test (starring Vin Diesel as Jesus Christ).
Cunningham proudly presents "the dumbest thing she's ever made." And while she doesn't know what she's looking for, Stacey and Dave have no problem dumbing it down and meeting her half way there. See if you know what's up with the young people, and if you have what it takes to go viral.
The dude from Car Seat Headrest sings: "I'm so sick of . . . fill in the blank." If you'd like to make yourself sick as well, check out Dave's new quiz: Fill in the Trump. It's amazing, the best test ever, bigly and beautiful, super-classy . . . a great great test, and the ladies truly enjoyed it.
Many things are made of other things. Do you know what those other things are? Cunningham does, and she's nice enough to enlighten Dave and Stacey on the deets. She also discusses how to dispose of old soup. So play along and see if you know of what things are made. As a bonus, you should notice a vast improvement in sound quality from last week, as Dave learned how to use the levels on his digital audio recorder.