“Welcome back to Jeopardy Greek Week. McChugs is currently in the lead with $200. If you would make your selection.”

“I’ll take ‘I’d Hit That’ for $400, Alex.”

“This arcade game invented in 1976 sought to send reciprocating rodents back to their holes care of a cushioned mallet. McChugs.”

“Who is Scarlett Johansson.”

“Incorrect. Raunchy Ron.”

“Who is Rihanna.”

“No, not Rihanna. B-Man, do you have an answer?”

“Who is McChugs’s mom?”

“Hey! Shut up, B!”

“I’m sorry, gentlemen. The answer is Whac-A-Mole… Whac-A-Mole was what we were looking for. McChugs, you still have the board.”

“Uhh… I’ll take ‘I’d Hit That’ for $600.”

“Hailing from 16th-century Italian commedia dell’arte, this traditional English style of puppetry is best known for its comical violence. B-Man.”

“What is Italian chicks.”

“No. McChugs?”

“Who is Marley Robinson, B-Man’s ex-girlfriend.”

“Dude, bro! Not cool, Chugs!”

“Gentlemen, the question is still live. Yes, Raunchy Ron?”

“Alex, I believe the answer is the Punch and Judy school of street puppetry.”

“That is correct, Ron. However since you did not phrase your answer in the form of a question, I’m afraid we can’t count it. Control of the board goes back to McChugs.”

“I’m sorry, what?”

“Choose your category, McChugs.”

“Oh, sweet. Uhh… ‘I’d Hit That’ for $800, Alex.”

“Oh for the love of… very well. This Mexican paper-mache party favor is usually filled with candy and is not, I repeat, not a woman. Raunchy Ron?”

“Umm… who is the Little Mermaid?”

ΒΆ I’d Hit That at BustedTees