Your benevolent and kind Trivia Overlord and Ruler of the Question Universe is back to share with you the questions asked at this week’s edition of Egan’s Team Trivia! Do remember to make your way out to Egan’s Bar each Wednesday at 9 to play the game in real time and get a chance to win great prizes!
1. Booty Sweat is a product promoted in what comedy?
2. The Civil War battle known as “The Battle of the Wilderness” took place in what state?
3. What author wrote the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde?
4. What Major League Baseball team plays its games at Target Field?
5. Cook County General was the setting for what medical series?
6. The lowest point, elevation wise, in the United States is located in what state?
7. Leo the Lion is the mascot for what entertainment conglomerate?
8. What was the highest charting Grateful Dead single released?
9. What was the name of the beer that was promoted by the younger brother of President Jimmy Carter?
HALF: Not counting animated films, name Tom Hanks’ 5 highest grossing films in the United States
11. What college football team holds the record for most consecutive wins?
12. What actor played Mr. Pink in Reservoir Dogs?
13. In poker, what two pairs make up the Dead Man’s hand? Bonus if you can name the color. Bonus if you can name who’s death attributed the name.
14. The Saffir-Simpson scales measures the intensity of what phenomena?
15. Arlen, Texas was the setting for what series?
16. What Greek goddess personified victory and often was seen with Athena?
LIGHTNING: Name 7 of the 10 NFL teams with the LOWEST stadium capacities in the league
18. What flamboyant musician fired Jimi Hendrix from his band in 1964 for missing the tour bus one night?
19. The historic naval battle known as The Battle of the Nile was fought between Great Brtain and what other country?
20. A speedball is commonly known as when you mix what two addictive drugs together?
FINAL: Put these 4 events in order:
Speed is released at the box office (June 1994)
The Chicago Bulls defeat the Phoenix Suns to complete their first 3-peat (1993)
The original line-up for Kiss begins their first tour together since 1979 (June 1996)
Road Rules debuts on MTV (July 1995)
Now some lovely distractions:
Robert Louis Stevenson
Touch of Grey
Forrest Gump (329m), Cast Away (233m), The Da Vinci Code (217m), Private Ryan (216m), Apollo 13 (173m)
Oklahoma (43 – 1953-57)
Aces and Eights/Black/Wild Bill Hickcock
King of the Hill
Chicago (61.5k), Indianapolis (62.4), Oakland (63.1), Arizona (63.4), Minnesota (64.1), Detroit (64.5), Pittsburgh (65), Cincy (65.5), Tampa (65.9), St. Louis (66)
Cocaine and heroin
1. Bulls beat the Suns (1993)
2. Speed debuts (1994)
3. Road Rules debuts (1995)
4. Kiss reunites