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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.

Next, here are three things you might have missed in the 'Stranger Things' Season 3 trailer

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