Oscars Buzz

Milwaukee, now is the time. It’s time to start brushing off your Company Brewing “Buy 1000 pints and your 1001st is Free” punch cards and get ready for some trivia. This is not some ho-hum, whatever-works round of trivia.

No no. Wisconsin’s Hardest Nick stayed up late watching the Oscars to deliver all the important info in the form of trivia questions tonight. And as far as I’m concerned, to tweet 30 too many times about Timothee Chalumet’s tracksuit. I mean, if it was good enough for the lead singer of Korn to wear throughout the 1990s why can’t a young actor, who is certainly on Hollywood’s hot list, come out with the same look. Give the kid a break, Nick.

So now you know there will be an Oscars category, making this the right time for me to tell you there will also be a category all about the history of the Slam Dunk Contest. And don’t you dare come at me for this category and my recent pro-NBA status. Had I written this category every answer would have been Montrezl Harrell who was never even in the Dunk Contest. But that is not the case.

So now I’ve told you about the Oscars category, the Dunk Contest round and the CoBrew 1000-punch card. One of those is a lie.

But you know what isn’t a lie? A whole damn category on Children’s Literature. And I’m talking about stories for children, not stories about children. Creeps.

All of that is coming at you tonight in the form of 50 questions at Company Brewing. All you have to do is be there. The show starts at 7pm. See you then.

SIDE NOTE: Madison, we have a crowd-sourced show this week so send your categories/questions to me at greg@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com.

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