A podcast featuring word games, trivia, classic board games, and even a few reimagined classic game shows from years gone by. We rotate through several different games, with different hosts, from episode to episode. What they all have in common is chat, humor, and fun.

81

The Ghost Has Spoken

Game Night

Look, not every Game Show features a bunch of us in a room in person drinking alcohol and answering trivia questions. But this episode, recorded live in Los Angeles at the Gallifrey One convention, absolutely does. The explicit box has been checked, so go to bed, Glenn’s kids, as Erika Ensign asks us trivia questions from a randomly shuffled set of cards from a dozen different Trivial Pursuit games.

Game Night Erika Ensign with Deborah Stanish, Steven Schapansky, Chip Sudderth, Shannon Sudderth, Liz Myles, Steve Lutz and Jason Snell


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80

The Answer’s Always Michael George

Game Night

And again we cross the pond to Jolly Old Blighty, where Antony Johnston will confuse and confound a collection of North Americans with questions about the United Kingdom in the 1980s. From Andrew Ridgeley’s bandmate to old BBC sitcoms, we have literally no idea what Antony is on about.

Antony Johnston with Aleen Simms, Erika Ensign, Glenn Fleishman, Kathy Campbell and Jason Snell


79

Yelling at Rocks

Game Night

We’re back with more random trivia from random trivia games! Now even more random, with the addition of even more editions of Trivial Pursuit!

Erika Ensign with Aleen Simms, Kathy Campbell, Marisa McClellan, Monty Ashley, Scott McNulty and Steven Schapansky


78

Inconceivable!: There Are No Hamburgers in the Phantom Zone

Inconceivable!

Welcome back to “Inconceivable!”, the show that tests two teams’ knowledge of the nerdy, the useless, and the obscure.

In our latest episode, our panelists are challenged to remember the dying words of memorable characters, try to figure out which heroes we are unjustly maligning, and then play a round of TV and movie mashups…with a fresh twist. Liz Myles, Tony Sindelar, and Kathy Campbell take on Glenn Fleishman, Aleen Simms, and Jason Snell while Dan Moren and Lex Friedman attempt to (mostly successfully?) keep the peace.

Dan Moren and Lex Friedman with Liz Myles, Tony Sindelar, Kathy Campbell, Glenn Fleishman, Aleen Simms and Jason Snell


77

The Low Definition Holiday Special!

Low Definition

Welcome, one and all, to the Low Definition Holiday Special! Presented for your holiday-themed entertainment: a collection of weird words, translated movie titles, search-engine autocompletes, and peculiar holiday traditions. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you might even learn something about the true meaning of Christmas. But probably not.

Steve Lutz with Tiffany Arment, Jason Snell, Dan Moren, Brian Hamilton and Monty Ashley


76

Would You Like to Buy an Apple?

Game Night

Join us for our second visit to the Victorian Parlour, where we shall play more amusements and delights that would be as at home in the parlours of England as in the rail cars of America. It’s elemental, dear listener.

Monty Ashley with Antony Johnston, Kathy Campbell and Jason Snell


75

It All Boils Down to Valerie Bertinelli

Game Night

If you like The Incomparable’s other Game Shows—well, this isn’t them. This is Clickthrough, a quiz show driven by the erratic behavior of its host, Glenn Fleishman, and Wikipedia’s random article feature. It’s like reading the encyclopedia, if it were written by flat-earth conspiracy theorists. Panelists receive points for correct answers, points for interesting answers, and points for making fun of Glenn. Correct answers lead to clicking through and falling down the rabbit hole of more articles.

Glenn Fleishman with Brian Hamilton, Dan Moren, Kathy Campbell and Monty Ashley


74

Baseballers

Game Night

Our game of random trivia returns, with players randomly assigned one of 72 different categories across 12 different boxes of Trivial Pursuit questions. From Doctor Who companions to very loosely defined Leisure questions, our contestants will truly be tested in their knowledge of random stuff.

Erika Ensign with Jason Snell, Glenn Fleishman, Kathy Campbell, Antony Johnston and Monty Ashley


73

Dinosaur Jousting with Pitchforks

Low Definition

We’re back with more Low Definition, in which your friends invent stupid definitions for stupid (but real) words. Plus we get a little literary, ponder more historical advertising, and take a visit to congress to learn how a stupid bill doesn’t become a stupid law.

Steve Lutz with Tiffany Arment, Jason Snell, Dan Moren, Kelly Guimont, Mikah Sargent and Monty Ashley


72

You’re Rolling Like Terrible People

Game Night

Random Pursuit returns! In this game, players have to answer questions from random categories randomly selected across 12 different editions of Trivial Pursuit! And this time things get a little dark… and a little blue. Glenn’s kids, look away! (And all other kids, too, probably). They say sex and death make for good drama… who knew they were for good trivia contests, too?

Erika Ensign with Steven Schapansky, Steve Lutz, David J. Loehr, Liz Myles and Kelly Guimont


71

Inconceivable!: The Count Of Monte Brisco County

Inconceivable!

Welcome back to “Inconceivable!”, the show that tests two teams’ knowledge of the nerdy, the useless, and the obscure.

The show picks up a few new voices this week, who are immediately put to the test with their knowledge of time travel movies, a round of “what doesn’t fit?”, and finally decipher some strange books trying to ride on the coattails of a popular novel. Kathy Campbell, Antony Johnston, and Quinn Rose face off against Kelly Guimont, Glenn Fleishman, and Liz Myles, while host Dan Moren and scorekeeper Lex Friedman mediate.

Dan Moren and Lex Friedman with Kathy Campbell, Antony Johnston, Quinn Rose, Kelly Guimont, Glenn Fleishman and Liz Myles


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