Trevor Stumps Ernest Cline with 80’s Trivia – Bonus Track feat. Ernie Cline

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Published on December 5, 2020

How much 80’s trivia does Ernest Cline actually know? A lot. #DailyShow #ErnestCline #ReadyPlayerTwo

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  • MLG GAMER 1 month ago

    Wow he knows a bit of 80s trivia. None of which I knew especially that Dungeons and Dragons one. I thought it would have been the Gelatinous Cube at least based on my knowledge from Minecraft and also basic reasoning. If it can split up it can surround you and it’s a slime right? So wouldn’t your sword get stuck in it? It probably could eat you and 1 hit KO.

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  • Royal Shuvro 1 month ago

    PLEASE GET MARRIED 🙂

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  • The Zombie Whisperer 1 month ago

    Dude creeps me out for some reason

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  • IØS PERFECT 1 month ago

    Pray for Noah 2020 legit dawg he’s real fucked up

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  • rup pert 1 month ago

    What If Trump Actually Succeeds In His Cases, How Will America Respond To A SECOND Trump Victory??
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8RpSrAkYZ0

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  • John Christman 1 month ago

    Eric Stoltz in BTTF was in the book.. 🙂

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  • Daniel Gehring 1 month ago

    Unfair question. Both a gelatinous cube and shambling mound are all but immune to physical damage so it all depends on the party’s spell/magic items load-out. I’d rather _fight_ a gelatinous cube, because it just sits there (and old-school shambling mounds hit like a truck), but as for their relative damage sponge potential it’s entirely subjective.

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  • Hotei 1 month ago

    Creep

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  • Ira Hackner 1 month ago

    Interesting questions Trevor lol

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  • Andy Brookie 1 month ago

    “poor kids are just as bright as WHITE kids” – Joe Biden 🙂

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  • TTV Outlaws4242 1 month ago

    Imagine how Donald will feel when he wakes up jobless and in jail on inauguration day

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  • Rick Harlow 1 month ago

    The last is a trick question. The “harder to kill” monster depends on the makeup of your party. I mean, going in on a gelatinous cube without a wizard or sorcerer could be tricky, but let’s say you go after a shambling mound and your sorcerer loaded up with lightning-based spells. I mean there are myriad scenarios in which one could be harder to kill than the other.

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  • Jack Handy 1 month ago

    hmmm dwebs

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  • Nina Jørgensen 1 month ago

    this was so cute!

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  • Williams Paul 1 month ago

    0:15
    dirk-girl.com

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  • Jeff Lewis 1 month ago

    0:26
    chat-elegant-girls.online

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  • DamnNake 1 month ago

    When people talk about DnD and consider it’s edition, you know they are DEEP

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  • Gordon Fornow 1 month ago

    Does Cline have a photographic memory? I bet he does.

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  • Avi Jaggi 1 month ago

    The largest protest in history is happening right now in India and not a peep from you or any American media.

    For anyone here, google
    “Farmers protest India”

    Cmon man.

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  • Smi Sma 1 month ago

    Lol 😀
    https://youtu.be/YSAqTdc-Y2g

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