(Editor’s Note: This is the first post of a series that will bring you the questions asked each week at Egan’s trivia night, which takes place on Wednesday evenings at 9:00 P.M.)
Greetings everyone, your favorite Trivia Master and Overlord is here to bring you the brain bending questions asked as this week’s edition of Egan’s trivia. I don’t like wasting time, especially if it involves you trying to answer questions, so here it goes. The answers to these will be posted after the appropriate photos:
1. Star’s Hollow, Connecticut was the setting for what TV show?
2. Replicants are cyborg like characters featured in what 1980′s sci fi film?
3. What musician played at both the London and Philadelphia Live Aid Concert? Elton John, Rod Stewart, Phil Collins, or Paul McCartney?
4. What hockey franchise has won the most Stanley Cups?
5. The Battle of Waterloo, Napolean’s last major battle, took place in what European country?
6. The Nautilus is the submarine commanded by what fictional literary character?
7. Oswald Cobblepot is the real name of what famous comic book villain?
8. Lake Titicaca, the world’s highest lake, borders what two South American countries?
9. What style of alcohol has historically been referred to as ‘The Green Fairy’?
10. What are the 5 least populated U.S. state capitals
11. In the Goonies, the character of Ralph Mouth wears a shirt for what popular 1980′s musician?
12. Tom Tom Club started as a side project for members of what other band?
13. What are the two letters of the alphabet not used on the periodic table?
14. What continent/country was Queen Elizabeth II on when her father died and she ascended to the throne?
15. What are the 2 Major League Baseball franchises never to have played in the World Series?
16. On The Wire, what nursery rhyme does the character Omar frequently whistle?
17. Name the 9 teams in the MLB, NHL, NFL, and NBA that have team names that don’t end in S
18. What movie starred Gena Davis, Alec Baldwin, and Michael Keaton?
19. At the time of his death, who was the President that lived the longest?
20. In 1970, Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis threw a no-hitter while under the influence of what drug?
FINAL: Put these 4 events in order from earliest to latest:
1. Rolling Stones release Stickey Fingers
2. The Grateful Dead release American Beauty
3. Queen releases Night at the Opera
4. Elton John releases Goodbye Yellowbrick Road
Now some appropriate photos:
1. Gilmore Girls
2. Blade Runner
3. Phil Collins
4. Montreal Canadiens
6. Captain Nemo
7. The Penguin
8. Peru and Bolivia
10: Monpelier (7855), Pierre SD (13,646), Augusta Maine (19,136), Frankfort KY (25527), Helena MT (28,190)
12. Talking Heads
13. J and Q
15. Nationals and Mariners
16. The Farmer and the Dell
17. Colorado Avalanche, Tampa Bay Lightning, Minnesota Wild, Chicago White Sox, Boston Red Sox, Orland Magic, Ok City Thunder, Miami Heat, Utah Jazz
19. Gerald Ford (93 years, 165 days) – Beat Reagan by 45 days
The Grateful Dead release American Beauty: November 1st, 1970
Rolling Stones release Stickey Fingers: April 23rd 1971
Elton John releases Goodbye Yellowbrick Road: October 5th, 1973
Queen releases Night at the Opera: November 21st, 1975