Dave's life has spiraled out of control, but he's parlayed his descent into madness into a quiz. Learn about all the new $#%! that has come to light during his journey. Cunningham and Stacey are present for Dave's lunatic ramblings, and tolerate them for a while, but then decide to go rogue. Don't miss this very long, very informative, very tangential, and very special episode of The Test.
Take a quantum leap into the future (or the past) in this very special, very paradoxical time travel episode of The Test. Stacey pithily summarizes the plot, and you guess which time travel book or movie she's describing. Treat yo' future self and listen to this episode!
This week, Cunningham starts it and Dave and Stacey have to finish it. They generally comply (with some bizarre asides). We also learn that Stacey only needs a one word hint to write an introduction to the show-- she's a rare talent-- and the gang questions the relationship between ghosts and the Lord.
Dave tests the ladies on all things related to New York City. Nick provides some vital information (which he may have learned through reading). Stacey annoys Cunningham by predicting her wrong answers. Don't miss an episode guaranteed to melt away those little town blues . . . it's up to you, New York, New York.
Dave goes rogue on this episode and cuts out the ladies (just like college!) He designs a quiz for his buddy Whitney, but the questions are general enough for everyone to enjoy. And if you get sick of the dudes, don't worry: the ladies make a memorable cameo and add some much needed femine mystique to the bromance. Stacey creates an enlightening metaphor and Cunningham adds her usual charm and wisdom. So settle in, keep score, and learn about the trials and tribulations of a couple of genuine American adventurers, doing their best to navigate this wild wonderful country of ours.
Another gem of a quiz by Stacey . . . and she made it up all by herself! Listen to the rules and then identify the movie. But wait, there's more: not only does this episode contain a creative and clever quiz, but you'll also get to hear Nick (never introduced) do his impression Stephen Hawking singing Disney, Cunningam tear Dave a new one for being a condescending sexist, and the ladies sing the ending montage (this is weirder than it sounds). So grab some popcorn, find a seat, and see how many films you can figure out.
The premise is simple: Dave describes a famous death, and you try to figure out who died in this manner. Cunningham and Stacey still manage to steer the show off the rails and into the void, so be prepared for spoonerisms, Marlon Brando impersonations, the reason Cunningham wants to kill off as many endangered species as possible, exploding Stacey, and much much more.
"Tis the season . . . or 'twas the season, and there's always another holiday around the corner. Not only only does Stacey break format for this one, she creates a completely new format (and then promptly abandons it).
Dave and Cunningham bumble their way through religious traditions, holiday customs, and related materialism. Come and celebrate some good times with the gang. Maybe you'll even purchase an appliance!
Happy New Year! If there's one thing certain about 2017, it's that we are one year closer to the end of days . . . the apocalypse is inevitable, we just don't know how or when. So you might as well hunker down with the gang from The Test: Stacey has a shitload of guns, Cunningham is in charge of the spiritual nonsense, and Dave is a font of useless information. A truly essential eschatalogical primer.
Apparently America isn't ready for a female president yet, and so the women will have to head back to the kitchen for (at least) the next four years-- but this won't pose a problem for Stacey and Cunningham. Dave pitches them a meatball this week-- a test on culinary knowledge-- and they knock it out of the park.
In fact, they prove so formidable on this topic that the podcast breaks new ground: the ladies empirically prove the fallibility of God and the internet. Despite their comprehensive perspicacity, they are still plagued by those pesky number thingies: Stacey gets all sweaty doing a math problem, and Cunningham is duly impressed.