Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Trivia Q&A: May 28

On a rainy spring night in New York, we had a smaller crowd in for Trivia last night, as seven teams took part. It was also the day after a holiday weekend, so the crowds are normally down then. But we still a great night of Trivia, as those folks in had a great time and we were really into the Trivia.We had a close race to the finish, and wound up with a tie for first place with 52 points between Darak: You're Fired! and Turkey Club, two of our regular teams. But Turkey Club wound up guessing closest to the tie-breaker question: "What is the current population of the state of Kansas?" (2,293,000 to be precise.) Congrats to Bob and Cato on their victory.

Third place went to John Triviolta (who also won for Best Team Name) with 38 points.

Current Events
1. Niki Lauda, a legendary figure and three-time world champion in what sport, died last week at the age of 70?
2. More than two dozen employees of what fast food restaurant are suing the company for sexual harassment?
3. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the redesigned $20 bill featuring what iconic 19th century figure has been delayed and no new imagery will be unveiled until 2028?
4. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Howard Stern revealed one of the great regrets of his life is that he never did apologize to what late comedian, who he said he treated badly on his show in the mid-1990s?
5. Last week, BuzzFeed published an investigation of what self-help guru with accusations of sexual misconduct, and four women came forward with additional allegations against him afterwards?
6. "Parasite" was voted the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival last week and became the first film from what Asian country to win?
7. What 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, in the most recent Quinnipiac poll, garnered a negative 37 point favorable rating among Democrats, by far the lowest of all the candidates?

Q-Tip Trivia
1. Which of these planets are smaller than Earth? a. Mercury; b. Mars; c. Uranus; d. Neptune.
2. Which of the following countries are currently in the top 10 in population as of 2019? a. Mexico; b. Nigeria; c. Pakistan; d. Brazil.
3. Which of the following NYC subway lines is never regularly scheduled to travel to Brooklyn? a. 1 train; b. G train; c. 7 train; d. D train.
4. Which of the following music artists won an Oscar for Best Song? a. Frank Sinatra; b. Elton John; c. Carly Simon; d. Bruce Springsteen.
5. In poker, which of the following hands beats a four-of-a-kind? a. Full house; b. Flush; c. Straight Flush; d. Straight.
6. Which of these films won the Best Picture Oscar? a. The Wizard of Oz; b. Apocalypse Now; c. Raging Bull; d. Saving Private Ryan.
7. Which of these American cities have teams in all four major sports? a. Atlanta; b. St. Louis; c. Houston; d. Detroit.

The Q Train: Classic TV Cities Trivia
1. Married With Children
2. Breaking Bad
3. Dharma and Greg
4. Dexter
5. Frasier
6. The Wire
7. Billions
8. Ally McBeal
9. Home Improvement
10. Happy Days

General Knowledge
1. What is the second largest city in New York State in population? ( 1 pt)
2. The US purchased Alaska in 1867 from what country? ( 1 pt)
3. Between mayonnaise, mustard and ketchup, which was invented first? ( 1 pt)
4. What author wrote the novel "The Jungle Book?" ( 2 pt)
5. What Asian country has blue traffic lights for go instead of green? ( 2 pt)
6. Which sense is most closely linked to memory? ( 2 pt)
7. In what state is the geographic center of the continental United States? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. Who was the only president to be awarded the Purple Heart? ( 4 points)
2. What famous person who once,lived at 1116 Ocean Drive in Miami Beach in a mansion that is the third-most photographed home in the US, after the White House and Graceland? ( 4 points)
3. What is the most visited art museum in the world, with over 10 million visitors in 2018? ( 3 points)
4. In 1990, Washington State University loaned a "research moose" named Mort to what TV show filming its opening credits? ( 4 points)
5. What 17th century monarch is the longest-reigning monarch of all-time, having been on the throne for 72 years? ( 5 points)

Current Events
1. Auto racing; 2. McDonald's; 3. Harriet Tubman; 4. Robin Williams; 5. Tony Robbins; 6. South Korea; 7. Bill DeBlasio.

Q-Tip Trivia
1. a,b; 2. all; 3. a,c; 4. b,c,d; 5. c; 6. none; 7. d.

The Q Train: Classic TV Cities Trivia
1. Chicago; 2. Albuquerque; 3. San Francisco; 4. Miami; 5. Seattle; 6. Baltimore; 7. New York; 8. Boston; 9. Detroit; 10. Milwaukee.

General Knowledge
1. Buffalo; 2. Russia; 3. mustard; 4. Rudyard Kipling; 5. Japan; 6. smell; 7. Kansas.

IQ Trivia
1. John F. Kennedy; 2. Gianni Versace; 3. The Louvre; 4. "Northern Exposure;" 5. King Louis XIV.

Monday, May 27, 2019

Know Your Classic TV Cities on Tuesday

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, May 28th at 8:30 PM, with "Q-Tip Trivia" as the Special Category. This is the category where I will ask you seven general knowledge questions, and each will have four choices for answers. You can pick as many as you think are correct: 1, 2, 3, all 4 or none. You will get a point for each correct answer (and one point if it is none). However, if you put down a wrong choice, you will get no points for that question (and it nullifies any correct choices for that question). You have to be careful!

The Q Train lightning round will be "Classic TV Cities Trivia." I will give you the names of ten very popular TV shows throughout the years, and you have to tell me where the show was set (not filmed, but where it supposedly took place).

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"What is the second largest city in New York State in population?"

We are back on the main floor to stay with Trivia, as the Stanley Cup Finals won't be taking place on any Tuesdays. Looking forward to seeing many of you this Tuesday!

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Trivia Q&A: May 21

We had 12 teams in for Trivia on Tuesday night, and we were back on the main floor of Professor Thom's. The scores for the first two rounds were a bit on the lighter side, as I guess I made those rounds a bit tough this week. But they picked up in the next two, and we had a good race to the finish. We had three teams separated by three points going into IQ Trivia, but it was the team of Herps Free Since '03 that pulled out the win, getting a perfect 20 in IQ Trivia to wind up with 47 points. It was the first win for longtime Trivia regular Julie and her friends. Congratulations to them on their win!

Second place went to DIMS with 46 points, and Whoop There It Is finished in third place with 45 points.

Best Team Name: Jeffrey Dahmer's House of Ribs

BTW, the NHL released the Stanley Cup Finals schedule and the Bruins won't be playing any games on a Tuesday, so we are back on the main floor to stay!

Current Events
1. A jury in California awarded a couple a $2 billion verdict after they sued what company after they claimed their cancer was caused by long-term exposure to one of their products?
2. A recent survey released by Dubai-based Big 7 Travel said that the accent from what US state is "the sexiest accent in America?"
3. Which NBA team from the Western Conference won the first pick in the draft lottery last week and will pick first in the 2019 draft?
4. The Social Security Administration released its annual list of the most popular baby names for 2018, and what girl's name topped the list for the fifth straight year?
5. Doris Day died last week at the age of 97. So now there are only five living individuals left from Billy Joel's 1989 hit "We Didn't Start the Fire." Name 2 of the 5.
6. What English actor was picked to be the new Batman last week, with the new film scheduled for release in June 2021?
7. What Asian country became the first country in the region to legalize same-sex marriage last week?

Memorial Day Trivia
1. Memorial Day was called by another name. What was the name?
2. What memorial, the first to be established on Washington’s National Mall, was dedicated in 1982?
3. What late 20th Century US president decreed a National Moment of Remembrance, a moment of silence at 3 PM each Memorial Day?
4. The first Memorial Day was founded to honor military personnel who died in what war?
5. What famous American WWII military leader died of injuries suffered in an automobile accident in 1945?
6. What Chicago stadium opened in 1924 as a tribute to the troops who fought in WWI?
7. What American founding father was eulogized as being “First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen?”

The Q Train: 21st Century Movie Characters Trivia
1. Jordan Belfort (2013)
2. Hans Landa (2009)
3. Killmonger (2018)
4. Gandalf (2001)
5. Kylo Ren (2015)
6. Miranda Priestly (2006)
7. Katniss Everdeen (2012)
8. Tony Stark (2010)
9. Steve Rogers (2011)
10. Regina George (2004)

General Knowledge
1. Which Spice Girl rocked the Union Jack dress? ( 1 pt)
2. Robert DeNiro won his first Academy Award for what film? ( 1 pt)
3. The southern tip of South America is known as what cape? ( 1 pt)
4. The famous astrologer Nostradamus was born in what European country? ( 2 pt)
5. Who was the host of the 1990s TV series "Rescue 911?" ( 2 pt)
6. What land animal has the longest gestation period, 650 days? ( 2 pt)
7. The Oregon Trail started in what Midwestern state? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. At $57.5 million, who was the highest-paid comedian in 2018? ( 4 points)
2. What is the youngest branch of the US military? ( 3 points)
3. April 13th is the beginning of Songkran, a special three-day water festival and Buddhist celebration in what country? ( 5 points)
4. What image appears on the flags of both Argentina and Uruguay? ( 4 points)
5. What Oscar-nominated actor narrated on audiobook the 2010 Keith Richards autobiography "Life", doing an impersonation of the Rolling Stones guitarist? ( 4 points)

Current Events
1. Monsanto; 2. Texas; 3. New Orleans Pelicans; 4. Emma; 5. Bob Dylan, Brigette Bardot, Bernie Goetz, Queen Elizabeth and Chubby Checker; 6. Robert Pattinson; 7. Taiwan.

Memorial Day Trivia
1. Decoration Day; 2. Vietnam Veterans Memorial; 3. Bill Clinton; 4. Civil War; 5. George S. Patton; 6. Soldier Field; 7. George Washington.

The Q Train: 21st Century Movie Characters Trivia
1. The Wolf of Wall Street; 2. Inglorious Basterds; 3. Black Panther; 4. The Lord of the Rings; 5. Star Wars: The Force Awakens; 6. The Devil Wears Prada; 7. The Hunger Games; 8. Iron Man; 9. Captain America: The First Avenger; 10. Mean Girls.

General Knowledge
1. Ginger Spice; 2. "The Godfather Part II; 3. Cape Horn; 4. France; 5. William Shatner; 6. elephant; 7. Missouri.

IQ Trivia
1. Jerry Seinfeld; 2. Air Force; 3. Thailand; 4. The sun; 5. Johnny Depp.

Monday, May 20, 2019

We Remember The Fallen On Tuesday

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, May 21st at 8:30 PM, with "Memorial Day Trivia" as the Special Category. It will be seven questions connected to that special holiday where we remember those Americans who gave their lives for our nation. The Q Train lightning round will be "21st Century Movie Characters Trivia." I will give you the names of ten famous characters from popular movies of this century, and you have to tell me what film that character was in. I will also give you the year the film was released as well.

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"Robert DeNiro won his first Academy Award for what film?"

We will be back on the main floor of Professor Thom's for Trivia on Tuesday night, as the Stanley Cup Finals will not yet have started for the Bruins. Hope to see many of you on Tuesday!

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Trivia Q&A: May 14

We were back in the Loft for Trivia on Tuesday night, as the Bruins had their Game 3 playoff game downstairs. We had a party up there that concluded a bit late, so we started a few minutes after 8:30. We had 9 teams take part, and I think it may have been the toughest Current Events round I've ever done, as only one team got as many as four correct. But the night belonged to Ken from DIMS (under the team name "3Peat?"), as he was solo for the third consecutive week, and wound up winning the night, as he got 38 points and the victory. Congrats to him on another solo win.

Second place went to Plateaus Are The Highest Form of Flattery with 34 points, and third place went to The Knicks Will Blow It with 32 points.

I want to wish Bentley and Callan all the best, as they have been two of my loyalest Trivia regulars, and they are departing New York City for Tennessee later this month. Last night was their last time at our Trivia Night, and I hope they can come back again one day. Good luck to you both!

Next week we will be back on the main floor of Professor Thom's for Trivia on Tuesday night, as no matter what happens in the Bruins series, there won't be a game next Tuesday. See you then.

Best Team Name: A Schlong of Ice and Fire: The Tale of Tyrion, The Tallest Lannister

Current Events
1. What NYC radio station announced last week that their final broadcast will be on May 31st when the station will change formats and call letters?
2. What standup comedian and onetime host of his own comedy show will be awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American humor for 2019?
3. What game host was awarded the Guinness World Record last week for "the longest career as a game show host of the same show", 35 years and 198 days?
4. What major retail company announced last Wednesday they are raising the age to buy tobacco products and e-cigarettes to 21 beginning in July?
5. What country released a banknote six months ago with the word "responsibility" misspelled and it was just discovered recently?
6. What 1990s rock band is suing a Colorado brewery for trademark infringement after they named an ale with a similar sounding name as the band?
7. What Broadway play set a new record last week for the highest-grossing American play in Broadway history, going over $40 million total?

May Trivia
1. On May 10, 1869, the first Transcontinental Railroad was completed, with golden spike drilled at Promontory Summit in what state?
2. In May 1865, what famous figure of the Confederacy was captured by Union troops in Georgia?
3. What sitcom ended its 11-year run on NBC in May 1993 with 80 million people tuning in?
4. In May 2010, what actress hosted Saturday Night Live thanks to a push by fans on Facebook and she won an Emmy for her appearance?
5. What is the birthstone for the month of May?
6. What two Zodiac signs share the month of May?
7. Singer Paul David Hewson was born in May 1960, and is better known by what single name?

The Q Train: TV Shows Before or After 2010 Trivia
1. Homeland
2. Breaking Bad
3. The Americans
4. Modern Family
5. Game of Thrones
6. Shameless
7. Grey's Anatomy
8. The Good Wife
9. American Horror Story
10. Mad Men

General Knowledge
1. What breed of dog was Snoopy from "Peanuts?" ( 1 pt)
2. What country has hosted the most Olympic Games? ( 1 pt)
3. In computer lingo, what does "KB" stand for? ( 1 pt)
4. Who was the highest-paid author of 2018? ( 2 pt)
5. Who was the most streamed artist on Spotify in 2018? ( 2 pt)
6. What alcohol spirit goes into a traditional Tom Collins? ( 2 pt)
7. What is the highest-grossing Disney film to date worldwide? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. What town in southwestern Georgia was the site of 13,000 deaths during the Civil War, almost twice as many as any battlefield?  ( 4 points)
2.  In 2013, the Writers Guild of America selected what 2000s drama series as the best written TV series in history? ( 4 points)
3. What eastern state is the only US state to have all its counties considered urban areas? ( 4 points)
4. What New York location is the most filmed place in the world, with over 230 movies made on its premises? ( 3 points)
5. What Western Hemisphere country is the only country that displays the Bible on its flag? ( 5 points)

Current Events
1. WPLJ; 2. Dave Chappelle; 3. Pat Sajak; 4. Walmart; 5. Australia; 6. Guns 'N' Roses; 7. "To Kill a Mockingbird."

May Trivia
1. Utah; 2. Jefferson Davis; 3. "Cheers;" 4. Betty White; 5. Emerald; 6. Taurus and Gemini; 7. Bono.

The Q Train: TV Shows Before or After 2010 Trivia
1. After (2011); 2. Before (2008); 3. After (2013); 4. Before (2009); 5. After (2011); 6. After (2011); 7. Before (2005); 8. Before (2009); 9. After (2011); 10. Before (2007).

General Knowledge
1. Beagle; 2. USA; 3. kilobyte; 4. James Patterson; 5. Drake; 6. gin; 7. "Avatar."

IQ Trivia
1. Andersonville; 2. "The Sopranos"; 3. New Jersey; 4. Central Park; 5. Dominican Republic.

Monday, May 13, 2019

We Return to the Loft on Tuesday

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, May 14th at 8:30 PM, with "May Trivia" as the Special Category. It will be seven questions connected with the month of May in history and pop culture through the years. The Q Train lightning round will be "TV Shows Before or After 2010 Trivia." I will give you the names of ten popular TV shows from the 21st century, and you have to tell me whether show bgan its run before or after 2010.

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"What breed of dog was Snoopy from Peanuts?"

We will be back in the Loft on Tuesday night, as the Bruins have a playoff game beginning at 8 PM that night. Space is limited in the Loft, so get in as soon as you can to guarantee a good seat or table. Hope to see many of you on Tuesday night!

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Trivia Q&A: May 7

We were back on the main floor for Trivia at Professor Thom's last night, and we had a fine turnout of 12 teams. It was an unusual night in that it was a close race throughout the evening, with no one team pulling away from the pack at any time. And for the first time that I can remember, not a single team got a perfect score in any round. Going into IQ Trivia, the top four teams were all separated by one point between them. But it was Ken Solo II (Ken from DIMS working solo again this week) who pulled out the win, getting 3 of 5 correct in the round and getting 38 points. Congrats to Ken for his second straight solo victory.

As of this writing, we don't know if we'll be upstairs in the Loft next week or still on the main floor. The Bruins are in the NHL Eastern Conference Finals and the NHL has not yet released the full schedule. I'll pass along the info when I get it at the Facebook group, and here on the blog.

Second place went to I Like Being Downstairs With John Quinn with 36 points, and third place went to The Brenda Bunch with 35 points.

Best Team Name: Tip Neeru 27%

Current Events
1. What actor, best known as a child star in the 1980s, was arrested last week for the second time on domestic violence charges in the last month?
2. What fast food franchise revealed last week they closed over 1,000 restaurants in the US in 2018, more than doubled they previously forecasted in their revitalization plan?
3. What rap artist won 12 awards at the Billboard Music Awards last week to become the most-awarded artist in BBMA history with 27?
4. Catherine Pugh, the mayor of what eastern US city, resigned last week in the aftermath of a scandal involving childrens books?
5. Michael Bennet, senator from what western state, became the 7th US senator to announce a bid for the 2020 Democratic nomination for president last week?
6. 200 women players from what professional sport announced a boycott of next year's professional season in North America unless a single pro league is established?
7. A street corner in Staten Island was renamed Saturday in honor of what legendary hip hop group in recognition to their contributions to the borough?

Mothers Trivia
1. Who was the frontman for the rock band "The Mothers of Invention?"
2. What country in the world did Mother Teresa do most of her charity work with the poor?
3. Who in the Bible is credited with being the "Mother of all the living?"
4. Mother Love Bone was a later 1980s band from the Northwest, and two members of that group would form what superstar rock band in the 1990s?
5. Natalie Suleman, known as "The Octomom", came into prominence in 2009 when she gave birth to how many children?
6. "The mother of all battles has begun" is a statement credited to what onetime world leader?
7. In Spain, Mothers Day is usually celebrated in what month?

The Q Train: True or False Trivia
1. The Statue of Liberty's official name is now "Liberty Enlightening the World Wide Web."
2. The Grand Canyon is over 10,000 feet deep at its deepest point.
3. Sneezes regularly exceed 100 MPH.
4. Abraham Lincoln had no middle name.
5. There are about 100 dimples on a standard golf ball.
6. Before becoming queen, Queen Elizabeth II was a mechanic.
7. Kentucky is the state printed on a Jack Daniel's label.
8. Red M&Ms were once banned in the 1970s.
9. Germany drinks the most beer per person in the world.
10. All the kings in a standard deck of cards have a mustache.

General Knowledge
1. What is the official language of Austria? ( 1 pt)
2. Geri Halliwell was which member of the Spice Girls? ( 1 pt)
3. What planet is named after the Roman god of the sea? ( 1 pt)
4. In billiards, what color is the stripe on a 9 ball? ( 2 pt)
5. In standard poker, what hand ranks between a full house and a straight flush? ( 2 pt)
6. In the series finale, how long is the Seinfeld gang sentenced to prison? ( 2 pt)
7. What author was credited with coining the phrase "cold war" in 1945? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. What Midwestern US state produces about 250 million pounds of popcorn each year, the most of any state? ( 3 points)
2. What was the first fast food burger chain in the US, opened by Walter Anderson and Billy Ingram in Kansas in 1921? ( 5 points)
3. "Brad's Drink" was the original name of what soft drink that was founded in 1893? ( 4 points)
4. What Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist was the final act to take the stage at the Woodstock Festival in 1969? ( 4 points)
5. What actor made history in 2018 when he was nominated for the Best Actor Emmy award for the 12th time? ( 4 points)

Current Events
1. Rick Schroeder; 2. Subway; 3. Drake; 4. Baltimore; 5. Colorado; 6. hockey; 7. Wu-Tang Clan.

Mothers Trivia
1. Frank Zappa; 2. India; 3. Eve; 4. Pearl Jam; 5. eight; 6. Saddam Hussein; 7. December.

The Q Train: True or False Trivia
1. true; 2. false, 6000 feet; 3. true; 4. true; 5. false, about 336; 6. true; 7. false, Tennessee; 8. true; 9. false, Czech Republic; 10. false, King of Hearts has no mustache.

General Knowledge
1. German; 2. Ginger; 3. Neptune; 4. yellow; 5. four of a kind; 6. one year; 7. George Orwell.

IQ Trivia
1. Nebraska; 2. White Castle; 3. Pepsi; 4. Jimi Hendrix; 5. Ted Danson.

Monday, May 06, 2019

We Honor Mom On Tuesday

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, May 7th at 8:30 PM, with "Mothers Trivia" as the Special Category. It will be seven questions about mothers in history and pop culture, in celebration of Mothers Day, which is coming up next Sunday. The Q Train lightning round will be "True or False Trivia."

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"What is the official language of Austria?"

Both the Celtics and Bruins will NOT have a playoff game this Tuesday night, so we will return to usual spot on the main floor for Trivia. Hope to see many of you for a great night of Trivia on Tuesday!

Wednesday, May 01, 2019

Trivia Q&A: April 30

We moved Trivia up to Professor Thom's Loft last night, as both the Bruins and Celtics had playoff games at the same time. It was an enjoyable night there, as we had 13 teams turn out, and just about all the seats and tables in the Loft were filled. (We also had some Celtics fans up there, as their playoff game sound was broadcast in the Loft, as the Bruins had priority downstairs.) It was a night for Ken from DIMS, who went under the name "Ken Solo". He was alone and had a great night, rolling up 50 points and the win. He led throughout the evening, and got 4 of 5 correct in IQ Trivia, taking the night by 7 points. Congrats, Ken.

Second place went to Just An Old Fascist Love Song (who won for Best Team Name as well) with 43 points, and we had a tie for third place between Why Can't George RR Martin use Twitter? He Killed Off All 140 Characters and I Can't Say That, It'll Spoil Game of Thrones  with 34 points. We broke the tie with "How much did the average American wedding cost in 2018?" The answer was $44,105 (wow), and I Can't Say That, It'll Spoil Game of Thrones was closest and won third place.

BTW, next week we will return to our usual spot downstairs, as neither the Celtics nor the Bruins will be scheduled to play next Tuesday night, no matter how either of their playoff series goes. See you then!

Current Events
1. Volodymyr Zelensky, an actor and comedian, won the presidential election in what eastern European nation in a landslide last week?
2. Rodrigo Duterte, president of what Asian country, has threatened Canada that his nation will "declare war" against them if they don't take back electronic and household waste that Canada mailed to them in 2014?
3. The estate of what late pop singer announced last week that they will be releasing a 15-track album called "originals", unreleased songs he gave to other artists that became hits?
4. What Oscar-winning actor was named the villain in the next upcoming untitled James Bond film, the 25th in the franchise's history?
5. A panel of three federal judges ruled last week that 34 congressional and state legislative districts in what Midwest state were gerrymandered and unconstitutional?
6. Kyler Murray, the Heisman Trophy-winning QB from Oklahoma, was selected number one in the 2019 NFL Draft by what team?
7. Richard Lugar, GOP senator from what Midwest state from 1977-2013, died on Sunday at the age of 87?

France Trivia
1. The novel "The Three Musketeers" was written by what French author?
2. Between Bordeaux, Marseilles and Cannes, which French city is not on the Mediterranean Sea?
3. Marie Antoinette was the wife of what French king?
4. What river flows through the city of Paris?
5. What are the three colors on the French flag?
6. How many times has France's national soccer team won the World Cup?
7. What is the second largest city in France after Paris?

The Q Train: Seinfeld Quotes Trivia
1. The jerk store called, they're running out of you!
2. But I don't want to be pirate!
3. I've driven women to lesbianism before, but never a mental institution.
4. I need a secure packaging of Jockeys. My boys need a house!
5. It seems a psychotic mechanic has absconded with my friend's car.
6. The sea was angry that day, my friends, like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli.
7. Boy, these pretzels are making me thirsty.
8. You know what would make a great coffee table book? A coffee table book about coffee tables!
9. You're through, Soup Nazi. Pack it up. No more soup for you!
10. Did you know that the original title for "War and Peace" was "War,What Is It Good For?"

General Knowledge
1. Who was the original host of the US version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" ( 1 pt)
2. What country experiences the most tornadoes? ( 1 pt)
3. What actor was one-half of the rock duo "Tenacious D?" ( 1 pt)
4. Bill Gates dropped out of what college to pursue Microsoft full time? ( 2 pt)
5. Robert Moog revolutionized music by designing a popular model of what electronic instrument? ( 2 pt)
6. Coit Tower is located in what US city? ( 2 pt)
7. The Titanic was built in 1912 in what current UK city? ( 3 pt)
IQ Trivia
1. Philo Taylor Farnsworth is generally credited with the invention he received a patent for in 1930? ( 4 points)
2. What 20th century US president signed the Standard Time Act into law, creating the time zones across the US? ( 5 points)
3. What sport awards a $10 million payout to the winner of the Fed Ex Cup? ( 3 points)
4. A person suffering with a piloerection has what condition? ( 4 points)
5. What celebrity attempted to trademark the phrase "Adonis DNA" in 2011? ( 4 points)

Current Events
1. Ukraine; 2. The Philippines; 3. Prince; 4. Rami Malek; 5. Michigan; 6. Arizona Cardinals; 7. Indiana.

France Trivia
1. Alexandre Dumas; 2. Bordeaux; 3. Louis XVI; 4. Seine; 5. Red, white and blue; 6. Two (1998 and 2018); 7. Marseilles.

The Q Train: Seinfeld Quotes Trivia
1. George; 2. Jerry; 3. George; 4. Kramer; 5. Elaine; 6. George; 7. Kramer; 8. Kramer; 9. Elaine; 10. Jerry.

General Knowledge
1. Regis Philbin; 2. USA; 3. Jack Black; 4. Harvard; 5. synthesizer; 6. San Francisco; 7. Belfast.

IQ Trivia
1. Television; 2. Woodrow Wilson; 3. golf; 4. goosebumps; 5.Charlie Sheen.