Poached? Pickled? Boiled? Scrambled (obviously the best)? Fried? Or in an omelette? You can list as many egg cooking techniques as you like, but its undeniable eggs are the best breakfast, lunch – damn, even dinner – you can get anywhere in the world.
So it certainly isn’t surprising they pop up all the time in film and TV. Your task? Name the movie or series they feature in. Good luck! And also congratulate me – not a single egg pun in those first two paragraphs.
Here are the answers from the last quiz, all about private detectives. It was a difficult one!
- Benoit Blanc (Knives Out)
- James “Scottie” Ferguson (Vertigo)
- Jim Rockford (The Rockford Files)
- Daryl Zero (Zero Effect)
- Sam Spade (The Maltese Falcon)
- Moses Wine (The Big Fix)
- John Klute (Klute)
- Paul Drake (Perry Mason)
- Perry “Gay Perry” Van Shrike (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang)
- Philip Marlowe (The Long Goodbye)
- William of Baskerville (The Name of the Rose)
- Jake Gittes (The Two Jakes)
- Veronica Mars (Veronica Mars)
- Ezekiel “Easy” Rawlins (Devil in a Blue Dress)
- Eddie Valiant (Who Shot Roger Rabbit?)
- Jackson Healy (Nice Guys)
- Ed Du Bois III (Pain & Gain)
- John Rosow (The Missing Person)
- Carson Phillips (The Poison Rose)
- Harry Crumb (Who’s Harry Crumb?)
- Harry Angel (Angel Heart)
- Ace Ventura Jr. (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Jr.)
- Jessica Jones (Marvel’s Jessica Jones)
- Charlie Chan (The Trap)
- Adrian Monk (Monk)
Right, with that done, let’s get on with it!
Hopefully, someone will defeat Fraggle this week, and end this reign of terror. Comment moderation is on, as usual. That’s all, yolks!