Texas shouldn't be only known for its affinity of football and party schools. Earlier this week, Dallas-Fort Worth was named the most top pop culture-knowledgeable city in the country by NTN Buzztime.
The award should come with some credibility, as the NTN interactive games are found in most sports bars across the country.
Answering questions like "Which quarterback was rescued by Ace Ventura" and "In what video did Britney Spears dress as a schoolgirl," DFW trivia-hounds outscored more than 200 other cities in the union during a month-long competition called Trendalicious where gamers were tested on their knowledge of TV, music, movies and trends of the 1990s.
The answers are Dan Marino and "Hit Me Baby One More Time" in case you were curious.
Those who performed worse than Dallas-Fort Worth:
5. Minneapolis - Saint Paul
6. Los Angeles
7. Tampa - Saint Petersburg - Sarasota
10. Saint Louis
13. Washington DC
14. Cleveland - Akron - Canton
16. New York
17. Kansas City
18. Orlando - Daytona Beach - Melbourne
20. Las Vegas
21. Grand Rapids - Kalamazoo - Battle Creek
23. Oklahoma City
25. Columbus OH
Bottom 10 Cities
Disappointing its residents, Bakersfield, Calif. and Meridian, Miss., came in last place, proving people in these cities need to spend more time reading PerezHilton.com and watching Extra or VH1.