Just to ensure there is a good category mix, all of these categories mirror categories from a previous Sporcle Live game (or are very, very similar). So these aren’t questions involving things “only I would know,” LOL!
1. 2000s TV – What was the name of the animated sci-fi series which debuted on Nickelodeon in 2001 – ending its original run in 2002 – but later had episodes air on Nicktoons in 2006? Characters included the title character, GIR, Professor Membrane and Dib.
2. Maps – What type of detailed map – commonly used by hikers/backpackers – uses contour lines to show different elevations?
3. Duets – The 1989 single “Don’t Know Much” featured singer Linda Ronstadt and what other male singer? The song hit #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
4. Beverages – What coffee beverage’s name – which is shared with an overnight flight – features standard black coffee topped off with a shot of espresso?
5. Sports Records – Chicago Bear Sid Luckman was the first NFL player to do what seven times during a NFL game in 1943? The most recent player to do the same thing was Drew Brees in 2015 while playing for the New Orleans Saints.
6. Muscles – In what part of the body is the flexor digitorum longus muscle found? Arm, leg, back or neck?
7. Sequels – What spy movie’s second installment’s name included the words “The Golden Circle?”
8. States – Of the U.S. states whose names begin with the letter “A”, which one was admitted to the Union most recently?
9. Celebrity Books – Shopgirl was a 2005 book written by what actor – which was later adapted into a 2006 film featuring the book’s author, Claire Danes and Jason Schwartzman?
10. Languages – Along with English, what other language is the official language of India?
Mystery – Ace in the hole – all correct answers will include the letters A, C and E
1. Term describing a deep cut or tear in the flesh
2. Term describing the application of oil or grease into a machine’s parts to reduce friction
3. Australian actress who was nominated for an Oscar for portraying Queen Elizabeth
4. Missing word in title of 1969 Plastic Ono Band single’s title – “Give (blank) a Chance.”
1. Internet – The Internet Movie Database is a subsidiary of what Internet-based company?
2. Capital Cities – Montevideo is the capital of which South American country?
3. Early Roles -What actor and bodybuilder – whose lines were all dubbed into English – appeared as the title character in the 1970 campy film Hercules in New York?
4. Elements – The single letter K is the atomic symbol for what element?
5. Team Names – What colloquial name for a turkey serves as the mascot name for Virginia Tech’s sports teams?
6. TV Comedies – On what early 1980s TV series with an alliterative name did actor Tom Hanks play a man disguising himself as a woman in order to live in cheap New York housing?
7. Live Albums – Within two, in what year was the “Frampton Comes Alive” album released?
8. Stores- What retailer known by its three-letter name – was founded in 1938 and specializing in outdoor gear – is headquartered in Kent Washington?
9. Hot Sauce – What hot sauce typically comes in a red bottle with a green squeeze top?
10. Historic Figures – What world leader gave the famous “We shall fight on the beaches” speech in 1940?
Visual Mystery – What About Bob? Give the last names of the following people pictured named “Bob.”
Final Category – Disney Princesses
Give the names of all three official Disney princesses whose names begin with the letter “M.”