You're on 'Jeopardy', doing very well
but up against stiff competition.

It's all you can do to keep up. Actually you're really doing better than you can-- answering questions that you don't even know the answer to.
Chemistry for $100: HCLPO4N2.
In one instantaneous thought/action "Man, that's too hard." "What is the chemical formula of Hydrochloric....." "Correct"

Pyramid Schemes for $200: The President on the two dollar bill.
Another continuous thought/action "I don't know that.""Who is Thomas Jefferson." "Correct"
But your competitors do better. Everyone is buzzing in faster and faster and no one is missing any questions. Soon you know that you must just buzz in immediately and hope to know the answer (which you always do) to have any chance at all. It's all going so fast, and the bright lights in your eyes add to the confusion--but you hold your own.
You complete all rounds with no questions missed and you enter 'Final Jeopardy' with incredibly high scores. Your competitors have around $13,000 and $12,000 and you have around $10,000. Figuring that you will probably get the question right, but still lose, you bet it all. And then you're shown the 'Final Jeopardy' answer:

Makes aliens say 'Good to the last drop."

And you think "What kind of dumb-shit question is that? That's not even a question; or an answer. And how can one know the answer to a question that's not even a question!?" And then you know, but as you start to write it down on the screen your competitors and the host say "Hey, you can't say that." And you say "You can't tell me what to--wait a minute here, how do you know what i'm thinking?" As you argue the timer goes off and your answer screen is blank.
"I don't care what you say,
this game is rigged!
The answer is
'What is eating human brains?!"

And there follows a big commotion.