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The game begins with a Food Trivia question about a type of pastry that got its descriptive name from a German word meaning “whirlpool.” Speaking of baked goods, did you know that the first known gingerbread recipe is over 4,000 years old?
Next, a Video Games question asks the Team to name the 1990 Galoob Toys product that allowed users to cheat while playing Nintendo games. To further test your knowledge about the world of video games, check out episode #13 of the podcast next!
The first round concludes with a Cars Trivia question about the better-known name for the Volkswagen Type 181. For more Trivia about transportation in its many forms, queue up episode #21 of the podcast!
Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Cars question from the first round. The Team is asked to guess the year after which the Clean Air Act required that all cars in the U.S. had to be equipped with catalytic converters. Do you have the insider info on classic cars to help you get close enough for the bonus point? Listen in and find out!
For today’s theme, we’re taking a look back at the work of some of the celebrities we lost in 2022 with a round of In Memorium Trivia.
The second round starts with a Health Trivia question about the diet plan that has included plenty of famous spokespeople, including Kirstie Alley and Queen Latifah, to name a few. Can you guess which form of exercise is the most common, according to a recent survey of those who exercise regularly?
Next, a Movies question challenges the Team to name the cult classic film starring Norm Macdonald and Artie Lang which was the first feature film directed by Bob Saget. Okay movie buffs, can you name the first horror movie to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture?
Round Two concludes with a Television Trivia question about the TV series that featured stars including Anne Heche, Jon Bon Jovi, and Christina Ricci in recurring roles. Speaking of shows with major star power, The Twilight Zone featured a number of ultra-famous actors before they found mainstream success.
We’ve reached the Final Question of the game, and today’s category of choice is Food. Dig into your memory banks for some nostalgic sweet treats!
The Trivia Team is given a list of five dessert snacks and asked to name whether each item is made by Hostess or Little Debbie. Luckily for the Team, one of the players is able to confidently identify four of the five. But will they be able to pull out the last one in order to get the final points? Listen in and find out!