Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Let's Talk About "You Don't Know Jack"

Posted By on Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 5:00 PM

The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show (which has earned the prized endorsement of The Range previously) has a great interview with Steve Heinrich, the head writer and some other stuff at Jellyvision, the company behind You Don't Know Jack. I recognize, again, that it's possible I'm the only person who cares about an extensive discussion of the "Question Four" musical segue used on YDJK: The Ride, but so be it.

After a spectacular run in the second half of the 90's as a series of PC games (seriously, I loved these games so much and not just because I was super-good at them), the brand faded a bit when consoles took over and after a TV version didn't pan out, but now there's a five question version on Facebook that's quite a bit of fun, which is weird to say about any game hosted on Facebook. It's worth a few semi-wasted moments each day online.

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