|1||Worried Shoes RIP Daniel Johnston||51.5|
|2||Burger of the Month: Saved By the Bell Pepper Burger||51|
|3||Seaman Cumming on Pork Roll||47.5|
|U of I Missed the Syllabus #dadjokes||47.5|
|Womans & Husbands||46.5|
|Plan I: White Claw Anonymous||37|
|He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother||29|
|2||Burger of the Month: Saved By the Bell Pepper Burger||55|
|Worried Shoes RIP Daniel Johnston||55|
|3||Punkin and Peas||52|
|Seaman Cumming on Pork Roll||48|
|Womans & Husbands||48|
|U of I Missed the Syllabus #dadjokes||46|
|Cooper and Mohawk||44|
|Plan I: White Claw Anonymous||42.5|
|We Asked Jeeves||39|
You know what this song reminds me of? The simpler times... If you jump ahead to 4:44, it might just help make some new memories for the quiz tonight.
Side Note: Apparently it's really hard to find these sketches online. I guess The Band wasn't happy with their royalty payouts :-(
|1||U of I Missed the Syllabus #dadjokes||53|
|2||Seaman Cumming on Pork Roll||50|
|We Asked Jeeves||48|
|Burger of the Month: Saved By the Bell Pepper Burger||46|
|The Cumming Rollover||46|
|Plan I: White Claw Anonymous||45|
|Womans & Husbands||45|
|Worried Shoes RIP Daniel Johnston||45|
|Punkin and Peas||41|
|I Love Lucy||35|
Leif Erikson's dad has quite the biography himself.
|1||Seaman Cumming on Pork Roll||57|
|2||Burger of the Month: Saved By the Bell Pepper Burger||56|
|U of I Missed the Syllabus #dadjokes||50|
|Womans & Husbands||50|
|Institute of Mediocrity New England Division||49|
|Plan I: White Claw Anonymous||41|
|The A Train Elevator Repair Crew||29|
September is here, Back to school is a bummer, I wish I had gone To Camp Northstar this Summer.
|1||Burger of the Month: Weekend at Bearnaise Burger||53|
|2||Star Wars Episode XXXII: Return of the Mediocrity||49|
|Summertime and the shoes are easy||43|
|The University of Inwood Chickie, Chickie, Chickie, Chickie, Chickie||43|
|A Quick Pork Roll in the Hay||41|
|Seaman Cumming for all your guns!||35|
|Apartment 2B or not 2B||34|
|Womans and Husbands||33|
|Ken Did This to Me||9|
TILT: The video screens used in the original "Total Recall" were old-school sets advertised as the "most expensive television set in America, and darn well worth it".
BTW - They don't sell TVs any more... Oops.
Join us tonight for the final quiz of the month!
Find out who takes home the Quizmaster's Cup!!