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The game begins with a Common Bonds Trivia question about an edible fruit that shares its name with a large flightless bird native to New Zealand. Speaking of flightless birds, did you know that some penguin species live in colonies with as many as hundreds of thousands of individuals?
Next up, a Health question challenges the Team to name the skin care product that got its name because of a customer’s claim that it cured eczema. If you’re in the mood for some more health-related questions, check out episode #23 next for a round of Exercise Trivia!
The first round concludes with a Cities Trivia question about an Italian city with numerous nicknames, including “Queen of the Adriatic.” Can you guess which Italian landmark was named one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World in 2007?
Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Cities question from the first round. The Team is asked to guess how many bridges the city in question has. Do you agree with the guess they land on, or would your guess have been closer? Listen in and let us know!
Who’s hungry for some brain food?? Grab your favorite chips, cookies, or crackers, because for today’s theme round, we’re feasting on Snacks Trivia!
The second round starts with a Products Trivia question about the snack brand that announced in 2019 that their formerly discontinued Cheez Balls are now a permanent addition to their product line-up. Ready to binge on more foodie questions? Check out episode #37 next for a round of Fast Food Trivia!
Next, a Brands question asks the Team to name the snack food brand that was created in Disneyland during the 1960s. Did you know that Germany’s Neuschwanstein Castle served as Walt Disney’s inspiration for the design of Disneyland’s iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle?
Round Two wraps up with a Food Trivia question about the original flavor of the cream filling in Twinkies. As the Team pointed out, World War II food rations led to a number of changes to common products.
We’ve reached the Final Question of the game, and today’s category of choice is Literature. Get ready to call upon your high school English class memories!
The Trivia Team is given a list of four books that are commonly covered in school and asked to place them in order by word count from shortest to longest. Do you think you could estimate where Atlas Shrugged falls on the list? How about The Catcher in the Rye? Or The Grapes of Wrath? Listen in and see if your order lines up with what the Team locks in!