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I actually play this game all the time, and the answer is usually "Star Trek".
It's simple; you give the person you're playing with a quote from a movie, worded as represented in this strip.  If they don't know what you're talking about, you give them a second quote.  If they still don't know, you give them a third quote, the easiest quote you can think of.  If they don't know what you're talking about by that point, they lose.  Try it with your colleges.  This game is exactly fun enough to be enjoyable at work.
C2E2 was a hit!  Talked to a bunch of cool writers and artists, learned a lot from the professional-hosted panel, and got to hang out with the folks of the Webcomic Alliance.  I was even able to scrape a few words out of the driest mouth I've ever had to Adam Hughes.
There was a lot of positive feedback regarding the exclusive C2E2 strip, which I handed out to my art heroes and some people I never knew of who were doing crazy-cool work.  Besides a small sack of swag I assembled over the weekend, I received some awesome gifts!

Byron Wilkins of 1977 the Comic                                                   Justin Wilkins
Danielle Corsetto of Girls with Slingshots                                       R. K. Milholland of Something*Positive

Why Weebly wants to turn the bottom pictures on their side is beyond me, and I can't seem to fix the problem.