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First up, an Animals Trivia question challenges the Team to identify the largest species of living turtles. Speaking of turtles, did you know that the Disney Conservation Team has hired a pocket beagle named Captain Ron to help with their efforts to protect sea turtles?
Next, we have a Technology Trivia question about a common abbreviation for a service many people now use daily. And while we’re on the subject of modern technology essentials, here’s how actress Hedy Lamarr laid the foundation for the invention of wi-fi.
The first round wraps up with a Geography Trivia question about two countries that share a peninsula in Europe. Spoiler alert: Click here to learn more about one of the most famous landmarks located in one of the two countries.
Today’s Bonus Question takes a closer look at the countries named in the previous Geography question. The Team is asked to estimate the length of the border between the two countries. They do have experience with estimating border lengths from previous games, but will that be enough to get them the bonus point? Listen in and find out!
Are the Grammy Awards your Super Bowl? Do you have a prized collection of music from your favorite artists? Are you currently fantasizing about what your life would be like as a rockstar? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it’s your time to shine. Let’s dive into a themed round of Musicians Trivia!
Round Two begins with a Health Trivia question about a condition that led to a famous frontman’s signature style. If you need some extra time to think about your answer, hit pause and check out this EGOT Trivia while you debate!
Next up, an Advertising Trivia question asks the Team to name which beverage brand four ultra-successful pop stars have been spokeswomen for. Feeling nostalgic after thinking back on some of the greatest hits by these superstars? Click here to check out some 90s Trivia about a few of the most iconic pop culture moments of the decade!
Round Two concludes with a Places Trivia question about the tragic passing of Jim Morrison, one of the members of the so-called “27 Club.” For an inside look at Morrison’s take on his work, here’s an interview he did with Rolling Stone several years before his death.
It’s time for the big finish of today’s game with a multi-part Final Question. The category of choice is Nursery Rhymes, so get ready to dig deep into that memory bank!
The Trivia Team is given a list of four popular nursery rhymes and asked to give the last line of each. They pull from some interesting sources of inspiration (including a scene from the cinematic masterpiece, Shrek), but will it be enough to get all four parts of the question correct? Tune in to see if you can help guide the Team to victory!