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. In what city is the Gator Bowl played?
2. Name 1 of the 3 musicians responsible for organizing the original Farm Aid concert in 1985. Bonus for others.
3. The Gunpowder Plot was a failed assassination attempt against the ruler of what country?
4. When Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad appeared on Seinfeld, what was his occupation?
5. What is the term used to describe the change of matter from gas into a liquid?
6. Abe Forman is a fictional alias used by what film’s title character?
7. In Monopoly, what denomination of money comes in blue bills?
8. What literary character was a student at the fictional Pencey Prep until his expulsion?
9. Chambord Liqueur is modelled after a 17th century French liqueur featuring what type of fruit?
HALFTIME: Name the 5 Bowl Games Alabama has played in the most in their history
11. On The Cosby Show, what were the names of Cliff and Claire’s twin grandchildren?
12. The New York Yankees have won and lost the most World Series. Name 1 of the other 2 franchises that have lost the most World Series.
13. Name 1 of the 2 largest cities on the Iberian Peninsula
14. Who was the first U.S. President born in the 20th century?
15. What restaurant once used the classic slogan, “Where’s the beef?”
16. Detective Jakes Gittes first appeared in what 1970′s film?
LIGHTNING ROUND: Name 7 of the 11 states with the lowest average elevation
18. Buster Poindexter was a member of what protopunk band?
19. In the novel The 3 Muskateers, what is the name of the individual that became the 4th muskateer?
20. What drug, often found in tonic water, was the first effective treatment against malaria?
FINAL: Put these 4 events in order:
Kansas defeats Oklahoma 83-79 to win the NCAA Mens Basketball Championship
Guns N’ Roses releases Appetite for Destruction
Doogie Howser MD debuts on ABC
Top Gun is released
Now for some distraction:
1. Jacksonville, Florida
2. Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, and Neil Young
6. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
8. Holden Caufield
HALFTIME: Sugar Bowl (13), Orange Bowl (8), Rose Bowl (7), Cotton Bowl (7) Liberty Bowl (4)
11. Winnie and Nelson
12. Giants and Dodgers (12 each)
13. Madrid (3.2 million), Barcelona (1.6 million)
14. Lyndon Johnson (August 27th, 1908)
LIGHTNING: Delaware (60ft), Louisiana (100ft), Florida (100ft), Rhode Island (200ft), New Jersey (250ft), Mississippi (300ft), Maryland (350ft), South Carolina (350 ft), Alabama (500ft), Connecticut (500ft), Massachusetts (500ft)
18. The New York Dolls
Top Gun is released (May 1986)
Guns N’ Roses releases Appetite for Destruction (July 1987)
Kansas defeats Oklahoma 83-79 to win the NCAA Mens Basketball Championship (April 1988)
Doogie Howser MD debuts on ABC (September 1989)