Hahaha! What a dumbass! Can you believe that this “smart” teenage Jeopardy! participant didn’t know the subtitle of a terrible movie that has a 13% on Rotten Tomatoes? Geez, how big of an idiot is she? Probably a big one.
She may be waving her gigantic brain dick all over the place by performing admirably on a tough trivia-based game show while answering a series of questions on varied and sometimes obscure subjects, but the fact that she doesn’t even know the full title to a movie about talking cats and dogs that have been engaged in a long and storied war directly under the noses of the human race instantly makes her a total tool, am I right?
Maybe she could be forgiven if the news leaks that during the time Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore was released she was being held captive by terrorist in an underground bunker near the earth’s core, and used only her vast knowledge on a wide range of subjects and her ability to answer questions with another question to escape from certain death. Then and only then would we all be able to excuse this pathetic display of trivial knowledge based on movies no one wants to admit they even saw commercials for. Personally, I never saw a commercial nor a trailer nor any advertisement of any kind for Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. I am only aware of its subtitle through pop cultural osmosis. As a side note, I blame pop cultural osmosis for making me know every line to The Devil Wears Prada. I haven’t actually seen the movie 12 times, but it’s seeped through my pours on enough occasions that it feels like it, and I also feel I can safely say Meryl Streep’s performance is deliciously, devilishly charming.
But I digress, and I regress (?) back to this snot nosed brat that thinks she’s just sooooooo cool that she feels she doesn’t need to know that the words “Kitty Galore” complete the statement “Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Blank Blank.”
There’s a reason someone actually took the time out of their busy lives — time they could have spent reading, having a meaningful conversation with someone, or simply sitting in silence with a pen and paper to compose a series of thoughts on the many heavy philosophical questions about life — to break out their video camera to record their television as it played back a recording of a person giving a wrong answer on a game show – a single wrong answer in a sea of correct answers. That reason is so we can laugh and mock and then feel sad when that person says “Pussy Furry” instead of a cleaned up, innuendo-stripped reference to a James Bond villain, whose name, Pussy Galore, in layman’s terms translates to “Vaginas Everywhere.”
For that reason alone this girl deserves to be mocked mercilessly and unendingly, for now until the end of time.