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First up, a People Trivia question highlights some unique pedestrian traffic lights in Germany that feature likenesses of a major celebrity. Spoiler alert: here’s a look at those extra glitzy traffic lights if you’d like to check them out yourself!
Next up, a Characters Trivia question challenges the team to identify the group of animated characters based on several of their names, including Blob, Bump, Scooter, and more. While this isn’t the animated group in question, click here to learn more about the history of the iconic Disney Princesses! P.S., how awesome would a “Princess Blob” character be?
The first round concludes with a Literature Trivia question about the first line of a popular Jules Verne novel. All three of the players are Verne fans, which helps them narrow down the options to two potential answers, but do you agree with the one they choose? Listen in to see whether you could help steer the Team to success!
Today’s Bonus Question is a callback to the novel named in the Literature question above. Without giving too much away, the Trivia Team is asked to estimate a distance. And they quickly bust out some impressive calculations to come up with their guess. For all the math nerds out there, click here to learn about one of the most important numbers in existence, pi.
Who’s ready to bark out some answers for today’s theme round? Make sure to give a roar when you get them correct because it’s time for some Animal Terms Trivia!
Round Two kicks off with a Latin Origins Trivia question about a Latin term that is still commonly used when referring to a specific type of animal. And speaking of the Romance languages, be sure to check out episode #18 of the Podcast, which featured a Romance-themed round!
Next, a Mythology Trivia question sticks in the same general vicinity, calling on both Greek and Roman mythology. For more Greek history, here’s a look at the origins and evolution of the Olympic Games.
Round Two wraps up with a Groups Trivia question that challenges the Team to identify an animal based on the multiple terms that are used to refer to them when in groups. There are tons of fun animal group terms out there, including a “coalition of cheetahs” and a “leap of leopards.” Be sure to report back to let us know what your favorite animal group name is!
We’ve reached the finale of today’s game with the multi-part Final Question. The category of choice is People… specifically those with ridiculously deep pockets.
The Trivia Team is given a list of four famous billionaires and asked to place them in order by their net worth as of March 2022. They confidently state their order right off the bat, but several potential complications cause them to debate their order. Do you think they should stick with their initial gut instinct? Or do you agree with the argument to switch it up? Tune in and see how your answer stacks up!