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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

What To Do? Wednesday's Pick: Brain Farts

Posted By on Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 8:00 AM


Brain Farts @ Lookout

It isn't every day that you feel a little bit smarter after spending a couple of hours with a drag queen. Brain Farts, however, calls upon any of you eager to test your trivia skills to do so in the presence of two wise-cracking glamazon hosts. Ever well-versed in the latest pop-cultural gossip, Pollo del Mar and BeBe Sweetbriar can also dish out questions on history, art, and the purely random that will challenge even the most inveterate trivia buff.

Expect all of the regular trivia night amenities at this Lookout weekly -- drink specials, bar food, blood-thirsty competitive guests -- plus the sort of spirited crowd that makes gay bars and drag shows such a social delight. Winning teams take home CDs, DVDs, or other random crap, but the true sense of pride comes with knowing what Angela's son's name was on Who's the Boss, how many bones babies have when they're born, and the name of the nearest galaxy to the Milky Way. If you answered "Jonathon, a lot, and Delaware," you've probably had one too many vodka tonics, and you had better not shout out the answers, or you can count on a little drag wrath. Then again, drag wrath is most of the fun. (7:30 p.m., free)

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