Beginning in March 2010 Transistor Radio presented the semi-regular 'comedy quiz' show The Silent K, a celebration of obscure and/or useless information, a heady synthesis of junk food and junk culture: 'a party for smarties.' The show rewarded correctness with fabulous prizes (usually candy) and punished wrongness with mockery (and candy), and every show's best contestant had a chance to win a Transistor gift card. Co-hosted by Brian Hischier and Jeremy Pautz -- innovators in the fields of humorous interrogation and the tactical deployment of miscellany -- 'The Silent K' ran for more than a year, and most of the 22 episodes they produced are available from the audio player below, along with a 'Roundtable' interview the co-hosts sat for (actually, if memory serves, they were both standing).