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C.B. & Potts
555 Zang St
Broomfield, CO 80021
Tuesdays: 8:00 PM
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11:58 AM, October 29, 2014
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If We Don't Win We're Kidnapping Logan And You'll Never See Him Again 73

Duck Season 72

Urethra Franklin 70

After Tonight, We Can Screw With Logan All The Way 69

Duck Butt 68

OMG! It's the end of Logan's Run! 63

Illegal Meatballs 62

Thunder Gun Express 62

Duck Hunt 61

Gin Mummy 55

Isis Isis Baby 36

What Were We Thinking? 32

Dan Band 2 25

Tee Hee 14

The Dettes 9

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Tues. 8:00 CB & Potts, Broomfield Thurs. 8:00 Moe's BBQ (North), Denver
Logan (Goober)

He's everything you want, he's everything you need. He's everything inside of you that you wish you could be. He says all the right things at exactly the right time, and he means something to you but you don't know why.

It has been my pleasure every week for over three years to host the quiz at CB & Potts. For three years, at 8:000 on Tuesday nights I've been making my announcements to start the quiz. Explaining for the confused just what a pub quiz is (8 rounds of 8 questions apiece, one audio round, one visual round, and one video round - completely, 100%, and in every conceivable way free to play). I've been walking through the rules (don't shout out the answers, because you ruin the fun for the rest of the room, don't screw with the quizmaster because I'm more annoying than you and I have a microphone, and the quiz is fixed, which means that whatever I say is correct whether or not reality agrees). Cheating, max number of players, how to joker, and IT'S TIME TO ROLL ON INTO THE QUIZ STARTING AT ROUND NUMBER 1!

But now, starting next week, 8:00 Tuesday night I can do whatever I want. I can see whomever I choose. I can eat my dinner in a fancy restaurant. But nothing compares to being in bed with a book, a girl, a dog, and probably a hot water bottle as the winter season rolls around. Yeah, I'm a 28-year-old who is in bed by 8 and passed out by 9. You would be, too, if you woke up at 6am. Though honestly that's just an excuse. I like being in bed early. My dad once told me that nothing good happens after 2am. Turns out that's equally true for 7:30 pm.

I can push it that late if I'm at quiz (obviously), or watching a movie. I can't keep up the party, though. I'm like Paul Rudd in Role Models. I just want to rock and roll part of every day. And so, it's with a heavy heart but a happy circadian rhythm (the only kind of rhythm that I have), I pass on the torch to Chris. He's going to take great care of you, I have no doubt. Your future is bright, shiny, and starting off with the toppling of Duck Butt!

Thank you all so much for coming out, whether just last night or for the last three years. You've made CB & Potts a wonderful place for me, and it'll always hold a special place in the cold, dead, shriveled stone I call a heart.

C.B. & Potts
555 Zang St
Broomfield, CO 80021
Tuesdays: 8:00 PM
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9:21 AM, October 22, 2014
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Duck Butt 76

Diurnal Emissions 71

Bae Caught Me Slippin 70

Boomsticks: Ash & Rick O'Connell vs The Walking Dead 69

Duuck Buuuutttt! 68

We Put The "D" In Duckbutt 65

Thundergun Express 64

Illegal Meatballs 63

Soft Sheets 59

Rural Jurors 54

Danda Bear 50

B3 - Big Booty Babes! 39

Attrex 19

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Tues. 8:00 CB & Potts, Broomfield Thurs. 8:00 Moe's BBQ (North), Denver
Logan (Goober)

He's everything you want, he's everything you need. He's everything inside of you that you wish you could be. He says all the right things at exactly the right time, and he means something to you but you don't know why.

Basements are where movie characters go to die. Or to bury something which has died, which will come back to haunt them later (either literally or metaphorically). Movie basements may be the single deadliest environment known to man, and that's including Venus. Venus may be nearly 900 degrees at the surface and covered in clouds of sulfuric acid, but at least there's nobody wearing another human being's face and wielding a chainsaw.

I want to take this moment to point out that the whole "based on real events" tag for Texas Chainsaw Massacre (which wasn't even on the video round, so I don't know why I'm going into it except that I want to) was a crock. That's like saying Mighty Ducks was "based on real events" because one time there was a kids' hockey team that sucked. The guy who inspired the story was certainly a dangerous nutjob - he used victims' skin and bones to decorate his house, plus the same from people he'd just dug up instead of actually murdered. Probably easier that way, though not as fresh. Psycho (which was on the video round) and Silence of the Lambs were "based" on the same dude.

What I wanna know is this: Where's my HH Holmes movie? There's a documentary, but not a good dramatic story. Devil in the White City is in development, maybe, which could turn out really well. Apparently Leo DiCaprio would be playing Herman Webster Mudgett (Holmes' real name). It was a good book, and the story of HH Holmes has so much potential! He was a cold, murderous son of a bitch, but apparently charming as hell. He could make women fall for him like Ted Bundy, but with a GIANT MURDER CASTLE.

Yeah. That's right. Giant Murder Castle. 3 stories tall, an entire block long. It was used as a hotel, and his pharmacy was downstairs (because that's what we want to give our serial killers - unlimited access to drugs). He had rooms that he could fill with poison gas. He had rooms that he could just suck the air out. He had body chutes to the basement, because he knew it was a lot easier to trick somebody into a death room on the 3rd floor than to get them down into the creepy awful basement.

Long story short. Movie folks? Stay out of the basement. People in murder castles? Stay out of the goddamn murder castle. It's right there in the name. Just don't do it.

C.B. & Potts
555 Zang St
Broomfield, CO 80021
Tuesdays: 8:00 PM
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12:33 PM, October 15, 2014
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Duck Butt 78

See Our Ad In Popular Science 78

5150 77

Fellowship of the Drinks 60

Scary Larry 55

The Shark Attackers 53

Total Confusion 53

60% Of The Time, We Win Every Time 52

Multiple Scorgasms 52

Thunder Gun Express 52

PB & J 51

Pezzallo 48

Missing Persons 44

Salt & Pepa 4

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Tues. 8:00 CB & Potts, Broomfield Thurs. 8:00 Moe's BBQ (North), Denver
Logan (Goober)

He's everything you want, he's everything you need. He's everything inside of you that you wish you could be. He says all the right things at exactly the right time, and he means something to you but you don't know why.

As we learned in round 8, John Adams was the first president to live in the White House, William Henry Harrison was the first to die in office (a highly dubious honor), and Jimmy Carter (history's greatest monster) was the first to be born in a hospital. I think most people were more suprised by the Carter one than the others. You'd think hospitals would be popular for birth well before the 20s, but apparently back then everyone just had their kids at home and went to work the next day.

I actually tried to look up whether George HW Bush was born in a hospital and can't find anything about it. I don't know if that would change Carter's status. Bush is a few months older than Carter, but was president well afterwards. Who gets the "first" award in that case?

Millard Fillmore was the first president to have a tub with running water. Taft was the first to get stuck in a tub, theoretically. Nobody knows the truth. Coulda been anyone. I do find it moderately amusing that the first with a tub you could fill from the faucet had the word "fill" in his name.

Teddy Roosevelt was the first to drive in a car, but was he the first to drag race? Probably. That dude did his things big. He was definitely the first to race mooses. Moose. Meese. Whatever more than one moose is called.

Rutherford B Hayes was the first president named Rutherford, which is a stupid name. People shouldn't be named that. Though if I were named Rutherford, I'd totally rock it. In fact, I'm going to name my first child Rutherford. Even if it's a girl!

I started out with such great plans for this blog, and then I hit a terrible caffeine crash. I'm sorry. I really am. I'll do better next time. That's what life is, really: doing better next time. So now you've got that important message for the day. I'm out!

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