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First up, we have an Organizations Trivia question about the multi-talented celebrity who currently holds the title for the most wishes granted for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The wishes this celebrity has granted contributed to the over 520,000 wishes that the Make-A-Wish Foundation has granted worldwide to date.
Next, we have a Comics Trivia question about the character from Archie Comics that has a sheepdog named Hotdog and a younger sister nicknamed “Jellybean.” Can you guess which Major League Baseball team sells the most hot dogs at their stadium each year?
The first round concludes with a Cars Trivia question about the car model that’s often regarded as the first affordable automobile. To test your knowledge of even more Transportation Trivia, be sure to check out episode #21 of the podcast next!
Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Cars question from the first round. The Team is asked to guess how many years the car model in question was produced. They’re able to pull some visual references to help them formulate a guess, but do you think you could guess closer to the exact answer? Tune in to see how your answer matches up!
Are you ready to see how your knowledge stacks up? Pull out your scales, protractors, and gauges, because it’s time for Weights & Measures Trivia!
The second round kicks off with a Science Trivia question about a measurement that’s often used in heating and air conditioning industries. Ready for even more science questions? Add episode #25 to your queue next for a round of Chemical Elements Trivia.
Next, a Food question asks the Team to name the unit of volume that is equal to four pecks or eight dry gallons. Speaking of food, can you guess which country is the world’s largest exporter of bananas?
Round Two concludes with a Technology Trivia question about a specific unit of measurement of digital information. Did you know that actress Hedy Lamarr has been called the “mother of Wi-fi” for her groundbreaking work on frequency hopping technology?
We’ve reached the Final Question of the game, and the category of choice is Sports. We’re remembering some of the great athletes we’ve lost across a variety of sports in today’s Final.
The Trivia Team is asked to name four athletes based on the place and year of each of their birth and death. Three of the four include clues that point the Team in the right direction, but will they be able to name the final athlete in order to earn the points? Tune in to see if you could help the Team sweep the list!