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We kick off the game with a Celebrities Trivia question about the popular musician who became the first man to grace the cover of Vogue solo in 2020. The history of fashion is rich with nuance. For instance, purple garments were only permitted to be worn by royalty in several cultures throughout history.
Next is a Comics Trivia question about a word meaning “strange or mysterious” that is often attached to the titles of Marvel’s comic books. In addition to its comic book roots, Marvel has also become a titan of film, currently holding 4 of the top 10 box office performances of all time.
The first round wraps up with a States Trivia question that challenges the Team to name the only two US states that hold an interesting spelling distinction. While it’s not one of the answers to this question, Hawaii has also earned several unique titles.
Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the States question from the first round. The Team is asked to guess how many days passed between the two states officially earning their statehoods. Do you agree with their logic? Listen in and see if you can guess closer to the exact answer!
Who’s ready for some brain food? In today’s theme round, we’re setting the table for some delicious Breakfast Trivia!
The second round begins with a Mascots Trivia question that asks the Team to complete an analogy with Tony the Tiger and another food brand mascot. Did you know that tigers are the largest species of big cats?
Next, we have a Beverages question about the color-changing limited edition pink Starbucks Frappuccino that the Washington Post’s review stated “tastes like sour birthday cake and shame.” Speaking of seasonal Starbucks drinks, can you guess how many Pumpkin Spice Lattes they’ve sold to date?
Round Two is fittingly capped with a Food Trivia question about a brand of breakfast biscuits that also sounds like a popular cheese brand. If you’re not quite ready to move on to the next course yet, here’s a quick look at the history of espresso.
We’ve reached the Final Question of the game, and today’s category of choice is Music. And it’s full of fun mashups!
The Trivia Team is given four pairs of hit songs and asked to identify the mashed-up singers’ names based on the song titles. Here’s an example to get your brain started: Country Girl & Summer of ’69 would translate to a final answer of “Luke Bryan Adams.” Think you have what it takes to spin these remixes? Tune in and see how many you can help decode!