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Category: SPORTS

  • Badger Kicking
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • 
Joke that Bob makes after damaging his Quinlan manny's knee while fighting off what he initially takes for a badger analogue in a cave while hiding out from authorities in Heaven's River, calling it "the international sport of badger kicking".
  • Biscuit Ball
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • ALF invents a new sport, played with biscuits (Season 2 episode The Boy Next Door)
  • Blitzball
    • A Separate Peace 1959 Literature
      • "Let's make it have something to do with the war," suggested Bobby Zane. "Like a blitzkrieg or something."
        "Blitzkrieg," repeated Finny doubtfully.
        "We could figure out some kind of blitzkrieg baseball," I said.
        "We'll call it blitzkrieg ball," said Bobby.
        "Or just blitzball," reflected Finny. "Yes, blitzball."
  • Bouillabaseball
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • Sport on ALF's home planet Melmac, a game played on ice using fish parts as a ball (Season 2 episode Oh Pretty Woman)
  • Brockian Ultra Cricket
    • The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy 1978 Literature
      • Sport. "Many many millions of years ago a race of hyperintelligent pan-dimensional beings (whose physical manifestation in their own pan-dimensional universe is not dissimilar to our own) got so fed up with the constant bickering about the meaning of life which used to interrupt their favourite pastime of Brockian Ultra Cricket (a curious game which involved suddenly hitting people for no readily apparent reason and then running away) that they decided to sit down and solve their problems once and for all."
  • Brockian Ultra-Cricket
    • Life, The Universe And Everything 1982 Literature
      • A peculiar game. "A full set of rules is so massively complicated that the only time they were all bound together in a single volume, they underwent gravitational collapse and became a Black Hole."
  • Centrifugal Bumble-Puppy
    • Brave New World 1931 Literature
      • Obstacle golf, centrifugal bumble-puppy, escalator squash and Riemann-surface tennis are popular activities in Brave New World.
  • Diaper Tennis
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • Sport ALF creates using a diaper for a ball (Season 3 Having My Baby)
  • Didey Ball
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • Sport ALF creates using a diaper for a ball (Season 3 Having My Baby)
  • Dunderball
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • Game somebody mentions when Jim goes around the office soliciting ideas for the upcoming office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
  • Escalator Squash
    • Brave New World 1931 Literature
      • Obstacle golf, centrifugal bumble-puppy, escalator squash and Riemann-surface tennis are popular activities in Brave New World.
  • Fartball
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Sport from Bart's chalkboard gag: "I'm not here on a fartball scholarship." (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
  • Flonkerton
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • The national sport of Icelandic Paper companies, also known as Box of Paper Snowshoe Racing. Event included in the office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
  • Gerbil Hockey
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • One of ALF's strange sports. Willie: "Well, sure, who else is going to teach him About bouillabaseball, and pasta polo, And other sports involving the hurling Of inappropriate objects? Like gerbil hockey?" (Season 3 Having My Baby)
  • Hallway Soccer
    • NewsRadio 1995 TV Series
      • Game Matthew and Joe play at work. Dave: "Hey, guys. What's going on? You playing hallway soccer? Trash can basketball? Hey, does this have anything to do with that coffee cup that's been on top of this light fixture the last few days? What do you call this game?" Matthew and Joe: "Who can get the coffee cup off the top of the light fixture." (Season 2 episode The Injury)
  • Hate Ball
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • Game somebody mentions when Jim goes around the office soliciting ideas for the upcoming office olympics competition. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
  • Hero Ball
    • The Tick 2016 TV Series
      • Fake sport The Tick mentions: "Where every setback makes the victory that much sweeter." (Season 2 episode Lei-Lo, Ho!)
  • Killball
    • The Running Man 1982 Literature
      • The inner office looked big enough to play killball in. It was dominated by a huge, one-wall picture window that looked west over the homes of the middle class, the dockside warehouses and oil tanks, and Harding Lake itself.
  • Klaneball
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • Sport on Melmac. Just like ice hockey, except ithere's no skating or puck, just hitting each other with sticks. (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
  • Latchkum
    • The Orville 2017 TV Series
      • Popular Moclan game played with a little round ball. Don't hold onto it for too long, or long sharp spikes will tear through your hands, which is what happened to Captain Mercer. (Season 1 episode Mad Idolatry)
  • Muck Sucking
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • Melmac's biggest sport, apparently very similar to croquet (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
  • Obstacle Golf
    • Brave New World 1931 Literature
      • Electromagnetic sport that Henry and Lenina play. Obstacle golf, centrifugal bumble-puppy, escalator squash and Riemann-surface tennis are popular activities in Brave New World.
  • Pasta Polo
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • One of ALF's strange sports. Willie: "Well, sure, who else is going to teach him About bouillabaseball, and pasta polo, And other sports involving the hurling Of inappropriate objects? Like gerbil hockey?" (Season 3 Having My Baby)
  • Poopball
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • Sport that doesn't exist. Michael: "Okay, what is it? What can't i guess? I hate, hate, hate being left out. Whether it's not being picked for a team Or being picked for a team and then showing up And realizing that the team doesn't exist Or that the sport doesn't exist. I should have known. Poopball? Oh, man, i know how you feel." (Season 6 episode Gossip)
  • Poquito Ball
    • The Critic 1994 Animated Series
      • The national sport of the island of San Montalbano (Season 1 episode A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera)
  • Riemann-surface Tennis
    • Brave New World 1931 Literature
      • Obstacle golf, centrifugal bumble-puppy, escalator squash and Riemann-surface tennis are popular activities in Brave New World.
  • Roller Skating 2: The New Class
  • Scumball
    • Max Headroom 1987 TV Series
      • Sport referenced when fans discuss the new sport raking, saying raking could be bigger than scumball (episode Rakers). Sport mentioned on the news (Season 2 episode Whacketts)
  • Skleenball
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • Sport ALF used to play back on Melmac that he attempts to recreate with Brian, in which you have to sling your anchovies into your opponent's laundry basket (Season 2 episode Working My Way Back to You)
  • Slap The Bull
    • Wild Hogs 2007 Film
      • According to Charley the sheriff (Stephen Tobolowsky), a little game played to make sure your life is not controlled by fear. Turns out to actually involve slapping a real live bull.
  • Space-skiing
    • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
      • Space version of skiing. Rick's new friend Tony dies crashing into a tree while space-skiing. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
  • Springball
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1993 TV Series
      • When Kira expresses frustration at his interpretation of a prophecy, Vedek Bareil suggests that they talk about something else, like the Ilvian katterpod crop, the new nature preserve in Hedrickspool Province, or maybe the standings in the Springball Championship. (Season 2 episode Shadow Play)
  • Tag Team Robot Wrestling
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Sporting event at the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, featuring the mighty robots of Battlestar Galactica versus the gay robots of Star Wars. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
  • Tail Ball
    • ThunderCats 1985 Animated Series
      • Sport. Snarf claims that Snarf Oswald still owes him 50 Thunder-dollars from their last tail-ball game. (Season 1 episode Feliner)
  • Talequoits
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • Bowling. ALF: "Now, the secret to bowling, Or talequoits as it's known in the civilized universe, Is in the wrist action." (Season 3 episode Stop in the Name of Love)
  • Trash Can Basketball
    • NewsRadio 1995 TV Series
      • Game Matthew and Joe play at work. Dave: "Hey, guys. What's going on? You playing hallway soccer? Trash can basketball? Hey, does this have anything to do with that coffee cup that's been on top of this light fixture the last few days? What do you call this game?" Matthew and Joe: "Who can get the coffee cup off the top of the light fixture." (Season 2 episode The Injury)

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