Bar trivia has become a distant memory thanks to the coronavirus outbreak even as companies tried to replicate the concept online. Pop culture raconteur and Dallas fan convention emcee Devin Pike decided to do something much different and more fun with his Bacon Samurai Productions empire. His weekly pop culture altar called Universal Remote is a live, interactive game show that anyone who's watching can play. Pike's game show creation is based on MTV's comedy game show staple Remote Control and brings it to our digitized age. The categories are "channels" that run the gamut of retro and modern pop culture trivia from single film and show-focused topics like Twin Peaks and What We Do in the Shadows to unique categories like "Ride or Die" about famous TV and movie cars. He's also used his con and celebrity connections to score fan-favorite guests to host their own quiz channels like Sleepaway Camp's Felissa Rose and actor Keith Coogan, best known for his role in '80s and '90s movie staples like Adventures in Babysitting and Toy Soldiers.