2012-10-14 "Literary Death Match: A LitQuake of questionable behavior" 3
But in the finals, things got weird. The audience was divided, and each half belonged to one of the finalists. The DJ played a sequence of somehow-literature-related songs, and the first person to tag the hand of executive producer Alia Volz had an opportunity to guess the song and score a point for the team.
Here, unbeknownst to to Volz, finalist Tim "Toaster" Henderson makes a dive, but too late, as she extends her hand away from him and toward another respondent. After some confusion about the specific version of the recording, a member of Toaster's team won the point by reciting the performers for four or five different potential versions of that song. Phew! Score one for the good guys.