(A jackbox game asks about books Gillian Flynn wrote, and Keith gets it right.)
Keith: Yeah, I’m just a Gillian Flynn expert. He or she is just such a great author.
(Talking about food differences between the US and the UK)
Keith: I guess I’m understanding that brits just don’t eat food
(Playing Survive the Internet, and Keith’s entry is “I’ve never been on a date with Ian”)
Greg: What was your prompt for that one?
Keith: “What’s a lie that everybody tells?”
Keith: Keith Keith Keith.
Keith: Keith is kinda like a pokemon. He says his name when he’s thinking.
Alan (joining in): eeeeeeee
Ian (joining in): eeeeeeeee
Greg: We sound like bagpipes.
Ian: Keithpipes are when you take out Keith’s stomach and turn it into a musical instrument.
Keith: No. Don’t do this.
Keith: It’s been a long time since I’ve had an exam.
Dan: A train leaves Chicago at 50 miles per hour. How fast would it have to go to red-shift my pants?
(Discussing the pancake problem)
Mars: Can we make malicious pancakes when we get home?
Ian: Instead of blueberries you add malace.
Mars: What aisle of the supermarket is the malace in?
Keith: I’m not sure Giant Eagle has that.
Greg: Oh they do.
Greg: We’ve never seen West Virginia in the day.
Keith: It’s always night in West Virginia.
(Playing Power Grid; the resource track is extremely depleted and coal is extremely expensive.)
Keith: I sense that Keithco is going to run into some supply chain trouble.
(The 35 electro power plant [1 oil -> 5 cities] then sells for 90 electro.)
Dan: There is a high level cabinet meeting occurring right now where Angela Merkel is pleading, begging for anything they can get.
Keith: Please, please give us your trash.
Dan: Greece, we will give you euros for your trash.