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Our game begins with a Celebrities Trivia question about the person who voiced Doc Hudson in the Pixar film, Cars. For more Trivia from the Disney/Pixar universe, click here to learn some fun facts about the Disney Princesses!
Next, we have a Sports Trivia question about a Canadian Football League team that was named after a group of ancient Greek heroes. Looking for some help naming your own fantasy football team? Here’s a list of some of the best names from the 2022 season!
The first round concludes with a History Trivia question about the U.S. state in which both the Hamilton-Burr duel and the Hindenburg disaster took place. Broadway fans may remember the details of the duel from the hit musical, Hamilton. If you’re ready for a deeper dive into some of the most successful Broadway musicals of all time, click here to keep the Trivia going!
Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the History question from the first round. The team is asked to guess how many years separated the two events named in the question. They have a few points of reference to formulate their guess with, but will it be close enough to earn a point? Tune in and find out!
Whether you’re into altruism, stoicism, skepticism, or anything in between, we welcome you to join in for today’s theme round. Let’s dive into some “-isms” Trivia!
The second round kicks off with an Art Trivia question about a 20th-century art movement pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Speaking of art, did you know that there’s a museum specifically dedicated to bad art?
Next, a Religion Trivia question challenges the Team to identify the type of Creationism that is indicated by the acronym YEC. Can you guess the top four most widely-practiced religions in the world?
Round Two concludes with a Phrases Trivia question that asks the Team to name the author credited with coining the phrase “seeing pink elephants,” a euphemism for drunken hallucinations. There is a history of creative terms surrounding alcohol, for example, the formulas commonly used to create cocktail names draw from many inspirations.
We’ve reached the Final Question of the game, and today’s category of choice is People. It’s time for the “who’s who” of Rogers!
The Trivia Team is given a list of five descriptions of famous people with the first name “Roger” and asked to identify their full names based on the short blurbs. We’re pulling from famous athletes, actors, musicians, and more, so there’s a little something for everyone. Listen in to see how many of the five you can guess correctly!