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#66 – What’s Your Favorite Spring Tradition?

Episode #66 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast begins with a round of general knowledge questions. Then, we’re celebrating the turn of the season with a round of Spring Trivia.

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Brianna LeCompte

I still remember attending my first Trivia night back in 2013. A group of my coworkers were discussing some options for happy hour venues and when we saw that a spot down the street was hosting a Trivia Night, we decided to go for it. I was instantly hooked. When the opportunity arose to join the Last Call team, I was ecstatic. Working with a talented and creative team to spread my love of trivia across the country-what could be better! I currently manage sales and outreach in our west coast areas. Outside of work, I love to travel and am also an avid equestrian and Disney movie lover.All Posts

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Podcast Episode 66 Round 1

Round One


The game kicks off with a Places Trivia question about a famous German highway system that’s popular with fans of fast cars. On the subject of German landmarks, did you know that Neuschwanstein Castle was Walt Disney’s inspiration for Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland?


Next, we have a Names Trivia question about a cliché dog name that’s derived from a Latin word. Can you guess which dog breed has been the most popular in America for several decades straight?


The first round concludes with a People Trivia question that challenges the Team to identify which of four famous individuals wasn’t alive at the same time as the others. To further test your knowledge of influential people, check out episode #57 next for a round of Historical Figures Trivia.


Bonus Question


Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the People question from the first round. The Team is asked to guess how many years passed between the death of the oldest individual on the list and the birth of the youngest. Do you think you could estimate a number closer than the Team? Listen in and let us know!

Podcast Episode 66 Round 2

Round Two


It’s almost time to say goodbye to winter and usher in a brand new season. And in honor of that transition, we’re trying our hand at some Spring Trivia!


The second round kicks off with a Literature Trivia question that asks the Team to identify a George Orwell novel based on its opening line. For a deeper dive into literary history, check out some of the most famous works of Oscar Wilde.


Next up, we have an Art question about the Japanese art form of ikebana. If you’re looking for some unique art museums to add to your bucket list, here are a few non-traditional museums you may be interested in.


Round Two concludes with a Presidents Trivia question about the US President who was in office for the first-ever White House Easter Egg Roll. And be sure to head all the way back to episode #2 of the podcast if you’d like to test your knowledge about more Famous Firsts Trivia.


Final Question


We’ve reached the Final Question of the game, and today’s category of choice is Comics. Calling all superhero fans!


The Trivia Team is asked to name four superheroes based on the alter egos they’re best known for. And because the Team always likes to keep it interesting, one of the names on the list has them questioning whether or not they can sweep the Final. Do you think you could help lead them to a successful answer? Tune in and find out!