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Hug Per Point

The Game of Matching returns! Recorded live at the Gallifrey One convention in Los Angeles, our contestants try to guess the responses of three panelists, just like a game show from the 1970s, but totally different! Questions have a distinct British TV flavor, of course.

Jason Snell with Erika Ensign, Chip Sudderth, Deborah Stanish, Rachel Donner and John O'Connor


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Representatives from three different nations square off in a battle of 1980s trivia! (Trivia from the 1980s, not trivia about the 1980s.) Canada invented Trivial Pursuit and we’re playing from the U.S. edition, so they’ve got the upper hand. Will our UK players be confused by strange American questions? Will the very definition of geography be disputed? Yes!

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