Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon challenges players to link other actors to Bacon in six films or fewer.
What does SDKB stand for?
SDKB stands for Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon
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Yet he remains better known for his all-dancing role in the 1984 film Footloose (a part he is yet to live down) and his tendency to star in ensemble pieces like Flatliners and Queens Logic, rather than star vehicles inspired the game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon which claims you can link any other actor to the star in six steps or less.
Sarah Vowell, with her clever mind, gives order to the universe, although only on about the same level that the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game does.
And if that sounds anything like the US cult fad for a game called Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon don't say I suggested it.
There is a Hollywood parlour game called Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon where players have to link the actor to any other performer in six moves or less.