Major Spoilers Question Of The Day: “Who’s Harold Angel?” Edition


With all the recent media furor about people who don’t know the difference between “notorious” and “meaningful”, or even how not to steal your ideas from more talented artists, it’s been a tough couple of months to follow the social media streams-of-unconsciousness.  Luckily for me, I’ve been married for a long time, and I find it easy to drown out such recursive logic-bombs by wondering what ever happened to big brother Chuck Cunningham on ‘Happy Days.’  (Favorite theory: He met Mork first, not realizing that Orkans were actually the forerunners of Weeping Angels.)  Those kinds of questions keep me sane, from wondering about the contents of Jules Winnfield’s briefcase to the final fate on Anthony Soprano, and my day job of being locked in a bunker talking briefly with strangers whose mouths are full of gravel and peanut butter is much more tolerable because of such musings.  In the kind of Möbius strip of pop culture that puzzled Ogre, such queries holistically beg yet another query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) wonders, wonders who wrote The Book Of Love, and whether it comes in a pop-up version (though I rather hope not), asking: What’s the most infuriating unanswered pop-culture question of all?