Filling the Pub Trivia Void Day 8 – March 23, 2020


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!


Game One

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.”

Game Two
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.”

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Final Category – Disney Princesses

Give the names of all three official Disney princesses whose names begin with the letter “M.”

One thought on “Filling the Pub Trivia Void Day 8 – March 23, 2020

  1. Game One

    1.Invader Zim

    2. Topographic

    3. Aaron Neville

    4. Red eye

    5. seven touchdowns in a game

    6. leg

    7. Kingsman
    8. Alaska

    9. Steve martin
    10. Languages – Hindi

    Mystery – Ace in the hole – all correct answers will include the letters A, C and E

    1. laceration
    2. lubricate
    3.cate blanchett
    4. peace
    Game Two
    1. amazon

    2. uruguay

    3. ahnold

    4. potassium

    5. hokie

    6. bosom buddies

    7. 1976

    8. REI

    9. Sriracha

    10. Churchill

    Visual Mystery – What About Bob? Give the last names of the following people pictured named “Bob.”
    bob ross, bob dylan, bob barker, bob marley
    final answer:
    Merida, mulan, moana

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