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This is late notice, TV fans, but we know you’ve got it in you: tonight Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. on the 7th floor of Eshleman, SUPERB will host a night of TV trivia. They want teams of four or less, and best of all, the event is completely FREE! Oh and yes, there will be prizes.
Now your next question is probably, which shows will be featured? Are we talking arty shows like “Mad Men” or the drivel that is “Jersey Shore?” Thankfully, the TV trivia gods have chosen to give you a smorgasbord of shows including “Glee,” “House,” “30 Rock,” “Modern Family,” “CSI,” “Sex and the City,” and “The Big Bang Theory.” Hulu fans, this is your time to shine!
And since it’s after six, and you’re not a farmer, you’d better wear a tux. We’re just sayin’.
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The “Mad Men” DeCal here at Berkeley has been getting some attention recently — in fact, last night’s class was attended by three reporters: one from the San Francisco Chronicle, one from the Oakland Tribune, and one from (you guessed it!) your very own Daily Clog.
A quick disclosure before we start: One of the DeCal’s facilitators, Katie Dowd, works for the Daily Californian.
OK, so let’s get down to the nitty-gritty. The class itself is a diverse group, full of people who love TV (they were talking about “Dexter” for at least five minutes before the class began) and in varying states of formal dress. There was one gentleman actually wearing a kind of Don Draper-esque business outfit, but it was unclear if this was a tribute.
The SF Chronicle reporter and the Tribune reporter sat next to each other and talked and laughed. We at the Clog felt read more »