I have been listening to the German literature podcast eat.READ.sleep, and in the quiz portion in 20th episode "Feuerzangenbowle mit Katharina, Jan und Daniel" at 47:23 Katharina introduces her question with

Liti-Klick ist die Obrig, also mit mehreren Hinweisen zum Erfolg.

What did Katharina mean by Liti and Obrig? I have been unable to find anything relevant for "Liti" and "Obrig" is only part of "Obrigkeit", so I'm wondering if I heard those words wrong.

What did Katharina actually say?

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She said Rubrik, not Obrig.

Liti-Klick seems to be some game mode description for the 'Quiz' they do on this podcast. I personally never heard that before.

  • Thanks, Rubrik makes a lot more sense. If Liti-Klick is a unique description for their podcast, Liti is probably short for Literatur.
    – purplecat
    Commented Aug 4, 2022 at 19:04
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    And -Klick is probably a reference to Dalli-Klick, a game in a TV show in the 70s and 80s (Dalli Dalli) where a picture was unveiled gradually, similar to the literature hints in the podcast.
    – DonHolgo
    Commented Aug 4, 2022 at 21:48

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