#32 – What’s Your Most Prized Collector’s Item?

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Round One

 

Today’s game starts off with a Television Trivia question about a sitcom from the late ‘80s and early ‘90s that underwent a change in name and premise before it debuted. And if you’re in the mood for more phat ‘90s Trivia, check out episode #6 of the Podcast for a theme round that will be right up your alley!

 

Next, our Team takes on an Animals Trivia question about an animal with a captivatingly large feature. Spoiler alert: Click here to read up on the history of an annual event that stars these animals!

 

The first round concludes with a Music Trivia question about a one-word song title that has been used for hit songs by three popular artists. Speaking of song titles AND animals, here are all of the songs with animal names in their titles that have reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

 

Bonus Question

 

Today’s Bonus Question is inspired by the Music question from the first round. The Team is asked to guess which year digital music sales first surpassed physical music sales. They do have several points of reference to pull from, listen in to see if you can help them snag the bonus point!

Round Two

 

Whether you have a selection of stamps, a cache of coins, or a bevy of baseball cards, we’ve got some questions to help you add to your stockpile. For today’s theme round, we’re exploring Collectibles Trivia!

 

Round Two starts with a Places Trivia question about an auction house with two main locations in New York City and London. As long as you’re in the city, you might as well stop by the Tower of London for even more Trivia!

 

Next, a People Trivia question asks the team to name the tech mogul who purchased a collection of works from one of the brilliant minds of the High Renaissance. In a dramatic turn of events, did you hear about this recent cake-throwing incident that impacted another work by this artist?

 

Round Two concludes with a Toys Trivia question about a brand of collectible figurines originally produced from 1988 to 2001. And what better way to close out the collectibles round than with a closer look at one of the most coveted toys, the Barbie doll!

 

Final Question

 

We’ve reached the Final Question of today’s game, and the category of choice is Geography. Here’s hoping you’ve been studying up on your world map!

 

The Trivia Team is given a list of five bodies of water and asked to place them in order of surface area from largest to smallest. If you’re a nautical enthusiast, the players could definitely use your help on this one – listen in and see if you can navigate to the correct answer!