The pantheon of "controversial" propositions only logicians and set theorists care about includes things such as the Law of Excluded Middle, the Axiom of Choice, and the Continuum Hypothesis (CH). It makes sense to take any of these propositions as true or false, and either decision leads to very interesting phenomena in the set-theoretic universe. In this talk, we will explore consequences of CH and ¬CH in the format of a game show: For each wacky proposition, participants can vote on whether it implies or is implied by the continuum hypothesis or its negation. No serious set theory background is required to participate, and some very basic background will be given in the talk.