In the airport, getting ready to board to head back to the Illadelph. I reread yesterdays post and I felt like I didn’t properly congratulate Dicker and the Geeks Who Drink gang for putting on such a great show. Please forgive me, Geeks, I wrote that first thing Sunday morning, when I was hungover and still a little bitter about the loss.
The show was outstanding. It ran 4 hours, which is a little longer than they wanted it to run, but I’ll be honest, I was kinda bummed when their were no more questions to answer. I mean, I was a little quizzed out after 80 questions, but I could have taken 20 more.
I understand how difficult it is to put on Quizzo Bowl, so trust me, putting on a show as succesful as Geek Bowl was is no easy task. I should have written a bit more about that and been a little less petty about the questions in my original post. (That being said, I will never forgive Dicker for the Fruit Loops question. You hear me, Dicker? Never!)
One thing I forgot to mention was the opening dance number, which was nothing short of spectacular. It was better than anything the Grammy’s put on last night. A choreographed dance number with like 30 quizzo hosts. I do have some video of it, which you’ll have to see to believe. (I wanted to post it today, but of course I lost my video charger, so it may be a couple of days.) Also, the music round was awesome. All of the songs were played live by a one man band. There is a very real possibility I could be shamelessly stealing this idea for Quizzo Bowl.
All in all, I want to congratulate Dicker and the rest of the Denver crew for a job well done. I’m gonna work on the first half of the video on the flight home, so hopefully I’ll have something up by tomorrow.