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#28 – Did You Know It’s Illegal To Slay Bigfoot?

It’s time for Episode #28 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As usual, we start off with a round of general knowledge questions, and then we’re channeling our inner Elle Woods for a theme round of Law Trivia.

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Brianna LeCompte

I still remember attending my first Trivia night back in 2013. A group of my coworkers were discussing some options for happy hour venues and when we saw that a spot down the street was hosting a Trivia Night, we decided to go for it. I was instantly hooked. When the opportunity arose to join the Last Call team, I was ecstatic. Working with a talented and creative team to spread my love of trivia across the country-what could be better! I currently manage sales and outreach in our west coast areas. Outside of work, I love to travel and am also an avid equestrian and Disney movie lover.All Posts

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Podcast Episode 28 Round 1

Round One


Today’s game begins with a Science Trivia question about an important alloy. For those of you who can’t get enough of science in its many forms, be sure to check out episode #20 of the Podcast, which featured a theme round all about space!


Next up, a History Trivia question calls back to Time magazine’s Person of the Year from 2014. In other major 2014 news, did you know that U.S. officials recently confirmed that the first known interstellar meteor struck Earth in January 2014?


The first round wraps up with a Landmarks Trivia question about an iconic structure that was built in the 17th century. If you’re looking for another stunning landmark to add to your bucket list, check out these fascinating facts about Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.


Bonus Question


Today’s Bonus Question is a callback to the location named in the Landmarks question above. The Team is asked to guess the maximum number of people that were able to visit this landmark per day as of 2019. To keep the fun going, can you guess which tourist location was the third most-visited in France, after Disneyland Paris and the Louvre Museum?

Podcast Episode 28 Round 2

Round Two


Order in the courtroom everyone, the Team is about to present their case for the answers to some Law Trivia! The legal world offers plenty of interesting Trivia tidbits. For example, in 1969, a law was passed in Skamania County, Washington that deemed the “slaying of Bigfoot to be a felony and punishable by 5 years in prison.” Let’s see what other legal factoids we can call to the stand!


Round Two begins with a States Trivia question about a southern U.S. state that has a unique approach to its legal code. While we’re on the subject of shirking British code, here are some interesting facts about the Declaration of Independence.


Next, a straightforward Law Trivia question asks the Team to name an important piece of legislation that was signed into law in 1990. If you’re in the mood for more 90s-related questions, tune in to Episode #6 of the Podcast for a whole theme round of them!


Round Two concludes with an Entertainment Trivia question about a 2007 legal battle between the Red Hot Chili Peppers and a major cable television network. The band has had better luck lately – their 2022 album “Unlimited Love” opened at number one on the Billboard chart, their second time at the top.


Final Question


It’s time for the last challenge of today’s game with a multi-part Final Question. And this Events question does present a challenge, indeed.


The Trivia Team is given a list of five events that occurred in 2021 which they must place in chronological order from earliest to most recent. As they point out, time has been an increasingly difficult concept to grasp in the past few years, but they do have a few reference points to guide their answers. Tune in to see whether you can help the Teams fill in the gaps to come up with the correct timeline!