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Today’s show begins with a Companies Trivia question about a motorcycle manufacturer that introduced a landmark aquatic product over 40 years ago. In more water-based fun, can you guess which U.S. city is home to the top four most-visited water parks in the country?
Next, a Money Trivia question asks the Team to identify the unit of currency that is used in several Middle Eastern countries. While it’s not the answer to this question, did you know that alcoholic beverages have been used as a form of currency throughout history?
The first round wraps up with a Games Trivia question about a popular board game that allows players to choose between two final destinations. Spoiler alert: Click here to learn more about the fascinating history of this game – including the macabre elements included in its earliest versions.
Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Games question from the first round, although it also ties into the category of the second question. The Team is asked to guess the amount of money that players start with at the beginning of this board game. They have some solid logic behind their answer, but do you think you could help them guess closer to the exact number?
In today’s theme round, we’re throwing it back to the place where we picked up lots of knowledge and tidbits to help us along on our Trivia journey. It’s time for the students to become the teachers with a round of School Trivia!
The second round kicks off with a Terms Trivia question that asks the Team to identify the two words that make up a common abbreviation heard in high school. Spoiler alert: Here’s a look at all of the subjects that are currently offered through this type of course.
Next, we have an Organizations Trivia question about the sponsor of the annual Geography Bee competition. Here are some fun facts about the iconic landmark, Machu Picchu, to help you study for your next geography exam.
Round Two is fittingly capped off with an Education Trivia question about an interactive product that made its debut in classrooms back in 1991. For more 90s moments, make sure to check out episode #6 of the podcast for a theme round of 1990s Trivia!
We’ve reached the Final Question of today’s game, and the category of choice is Music. Who’s ready to jam??
The Trivia Team is given a list of four band names that are each missing a word and asked to identify the missing word for each. They go into it with a high level of confidence, but do you agree with their answers? Tune in to see whether you can help them nail it!