In a recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Stranger Things' Finn Wolfhard and award-winning actress Glenn Close went head-to-head in a pop trivia quiz. Or rather, "Pup Trivia."

The rules of the game were simple: Each player is given an animal-related question, with their opponent bestowed an adorable puppy should they answer it incorrectly.

Questions were varied, some informative (who knew a "fluffle" is the name for a group of rabbits? Or that unicorn is the national animal of Scotland?), and some face-palm inducing (someone spent $250,000 marrying their dogs). Fallon's puppies all had pretty great names, too: Kent Wilcox, Layla Storm, Rhonda Jiparski, Chip Gibbons, Kwame Evans, and Tad Rickman. Watch the madness unfold in the video up top.

Of course, it was a bold move in the first place to let Glenn Close be close to so many puppies — she is Cruella DeVille, after all.

How do you feel about animals with human names? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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