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Up & Under and Onward

The Green Bay Packers’ games are over for the week (if we’re honest with ourselves, probably the year) and that means we can finally move on to trivia. We’re starting out this week at the Up and Under on Brady Street in Milwaukee.
 
I got a feeling this is a show you’re going to want to be attend–especially if your regular show got rescheduled on account of a busted football game. Just look at happened at the Up & Under match last week. Some dude, or team, named Randy seemed to be playing for the first six round without scoring one point. Rough night. Doing slightly better, and earning 23 points it was Joe. Again, I don’t know if that was a team or just a single player. Those hooligans in Oi! With The Poodles Already pushed up a perfect Larry Bird. That’s 33 for those of you who don’t know about white dudes from the 80s with weird mustaches. The Whispering Goat Whores, always a contender put up a James Worthy. Again, that’s 42 for those of you who don’t know anything about number one drafts picks from the 80s who have appeared on both Star Trek: The Next Generation and Everybody Loves Raymond.
 
Flower Power put up 47 points, but that wasn’t enough to earn them a spot on the podium. Shiva Kamini grabbed third with 57 points. While Trivia Newton John pulled in 83 for second place. And the win last week went to 3 Guys on a Fact Hunt with 97 points.
 
It starts all over again tonight, when Celebrity Guest Host Andy Berg and Lewis, a man who may or may not be in charge of the seb-sect of the Mueller Investigation that is looking into “What is in this dip?”, lead the show. They’ll cover all the classics like Current Events and the Mild Card, but they may also go little deeper into The Great State of Arizona and Wisconsin During the Industrial Revolution. Who knows, they may even dust off Gilmore Girls try to wring 5 more questions from that oily rag.
 
If this sounds like your scene, I suggest being at the Up & Under tonight. The show starts at 7pm. See you there.

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