Episodes
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Which French Museum, famous in part for its large glass pyramid outside, is the world's most visited museum? In bullfighting, what is a matador's (usually) red piece of cloth used to guide the bull called? The disease tuberculosis was formerly known as what? What 2007 western about waiting to catch a train stars Russel Crowe and Christian Bale, and is a re-make of a 1957 film? Marques of Wellington...
Published 08/18/22
On Today's Special Film Trivia Episode It is with extreme pleasure that we announce that Fighting in the War Room will be joining us for a special film trivia episode. Matt Patches is the Senior Entertainment Editor at Polygon, Katey Rich is the deputy editor of VanityFair.com and together they form team Operation Kino. Dave "Da7e" Gonzales will have a book about Marvel coming out in 2022, David Ehrlich is a senior film critic at Indiewire and together they from team We're Thinking of Ending...
Published 08/10/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! A right angle is how many degrees? What soda brand was originally lemon-lime Fanta before getting rebranded? Who was St Elmo the patron saint of? Elmo from Sesame Street refers to himself in third person, what is this practice know as? What is the term for a 15 Litre wine bottle size, equivalent to 20 bottles of wine? No word if this was standard around the Hanging Gardens. Which Canadian Province was...
Published 08/04/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! What type of animal is a mandrill? In 1908 Ford started producing what automobile? In which field of science would you find the "bouba-kiki-effect"? Lake Okeechobee is located in which American state? This legendary actor is quite fond of steamed British pudding with dried fruits, possibly Chim-Chim-Cherries. A pilcrow is a typographical character that signifies what? Actors Patrick Duffy and Sasha...
Published 07/27/22
  On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Who wrote the Screenplay for The Labyrinth? What is the most recent nation to be added to the United Nations? Who won the FA Cup in 1967? What was Mickey Mouse's original name? Of which African country is Maputo the capital? In which part of the body can the cochlea be found? Who played Norm Peterson in Cheers? The Irukandji are very small and venomous types of what creature that cause severe pain...
Published 07/21/22
  Trivia Competition We are so excited to have such incredible talented guests on this episode. Our first Oscar nominee joins us this episode with Gregg Helvey. He joins Annie to form team Low Bars. They take on World Traveler Jimmy Utley and Mamie "I Live in Annie's Basement" Rijks. Who will win this trivia battle? What is the title of Niccolo Machiavelli's best-known work, a political treatise written around 1513? Named for the color of tiles on its inner walls, the Blue Mosque is an...
Published 07/13/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Bast (or Bastet), the Egyptian goddess of protection, pleasure, and good health, had the head of what animal? Which form of competitive skiing derives its name from a Norwegian word meaning "sloping track"? What movie critic co-wrote the screenplay for Russ Meyer's classic cult movie Beyond the Valley of the Dolls? In geometry, what name is given to a quarter of the circumference of a circle? Which part...
Published 07/06/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! What is the difference between a croque-monsieur and croque-madame? Which English artist was famous for his bleak industrial landscapes featuring matchstick figures mainly around Pendlebury, Lancashire? What legendary criminal couple met a bloody end in 1934 in an ambush in Louisiana? A velodrome is an arena dedicated to what sport? Meaning "he has declared under oath" in Medieval Latin, what is a sworn...
Published 06/30/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Sphinx, Russian Blue and Scottish Fold are all breeds of which animal? Which river flows through Paris? Jean de Brunhoff was a French writer and illustrator that is best known for creating what children's book character? What current television series villain is inspired by the name of fantasy author Jack Vance? English painter George Stubbs is best known for his paintings of which kind of animals? In...
Published 06/24/22
Hexaquest: The Strategic Trivia Game We are honored to have Martin Soederhamn on this episode of Quiz Quiz Bang Bang. Martin is the creator of Hexaquest: The Strategic Trivia Game. The game is easy to set up and has a lot of variety. The tiles show you either the point value (1-5) or the category. The lower point value are easier questions, once you answer a question correctly, you can take another turn but if you answer incorrectly you lose all your points of that round. The starter pack...
Published 06/20/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Which month is named for the Roman god of war? How many triangles are on the Backgammon board? This German rye bread tastes like how you remind me of being a rockstar in a photograph. What is the most spoken uralic language? The rig veda is the oldest known Vedic Sanskrit text of which relgion? How many heroic labors did Hercules have to perform? Damascus is the capital of what country? On the TV show...
Published 06/16/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Which American is famous for her debut cookbook "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" and her tv program "The French Chef"? "Well, here's to us." is the only line spoken by which character in the James Bond film franchise? Which mammals have the longest gestation period, taking around 90 weeks to carry their young to full term? Name 2 of the 3 musketeers in Alexander Dumas' book the 3 musketeers What is...
Published 06/09/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Pando Populus is the scientific name of which kind of tree that shares its name with a famous ski town? Puggles are not only a dog breed, but also the young of a specific animal. Which animal's young are called "puggles"? Which Belgian Driver once held the record for the greatest number of wins six at the Le Mans 24- hour race? What city is the show Punky Brewster set in? Which acid, used to treat skin...
Published 06/03/22
Trivia We are so excited to have such incredible talented guests on this episode. Kat Gotsick and Annie Flora are team Kannie as they go up against David. How would you hold up against them with questions like: What architect designed Falling Waters, a house perched on a waterfall, in Mill Run Pennsylvania? The aubergine, a plant in the nightshade family, is commonly known as what in the US? Mary Shields was the first woman to finish what famous Alaskan race in 1974? What is the aesthetic...
Published 05/30/22
Bob's Burgers Trivia Alright! This episode is all about Bob's Burgers trivia. We love the Belchers as much as Teddy does. Can you answer questions like: In Season 1, Episode 2, Why did Bob decide to hide in the walls of his house and restaurant? In Season 1, Episode 4 Tina develops a crush on the new matrtial arts instructor in "Sexy Dance Fighting"; what martial arts does he teach? What is the name of Linda's sister? And for two extra points Who does her voice? What is the name of the...
Published 05/24/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Banpo bridge rainbow fountain is an attraction in which country? Through which two European countries does the River Tagus flow? An apiary is a collection of what? The furcula or "wishbone" is actually a bird's what? What are the names of the 5 members of the Canadian sketch group, "The Kids in the Hall"? This silver wrapped Hershey confection wants to “Stir It Up” with a Beverly Hills cop. A-tisket...
Published 05/19/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! What are the five ship pieces in the game of Battleship? Which artist painted "The Water-Lily Pond" in 1899? What three nations have only won a single all time Winter Olympics medal? What Paramount + show features actors Jonathan Frakes, Jeri Ryan, and Marina Sirtis reviving roles that they are well known for? "The Man Who Died Twice" by Richard Osman is the sequel to which successful debut novel? What...
Published 05/14/22
  Horse Racing Trivia This episode is all about Horse Racing trivia. We are ver lucky to have Horse Racing expert Rowan Ward on this episode. You can follow them on Twitter or read their blog. Are you about to win the Triple Crown or come in last? Can you answer questions like: For the purposes of entering races, all Northern Hemisphere-born Thoroughbreds share a birthday. What is that day? What is the name of the horse racing wager where you pick three winners of consecutive races? Who...
Published 05/07/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! What brass instrument uses a sliding tube instead valves to change notes? Tempeh is a traditional Indonesian food made from fermented what? What is the muscular tube that connects the pharynx with the stomach? In the hierarchy of biological classification, what comes above species and below family? Plants that set seeds once and then die, e.g bamboo, is known as what kind of plant? Michael Cera‘s...
Published 05/06/22
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! Who wrote Gulliver's Travels? Who beat Marine Le Pen to be re-elected as the President of France? This Massachusetts-based band had ‘More Than A Feeling’ that a cake with cream filling would be a very tasty lick indeed. What is the name for an underwater flat topped volcano? What are the six Kenneth Branagh Shakespeare films that he either starred in or directed or both? "What is the Pillsbury Doughboy's...
Published 04/28/22
  Trivia Competition We are so excited to have such incredible talented guests on this episode. Steve Gadlin and Bryan Bowden are team Fart Force 5 as they go up against Scott Sexton and Paul Luikart. How would you hold up against them with questions like: What was the original flavor of the filling in Twinkies? What is the name of the theme song of the TV show Maude? In D&D, what does the acronym THAC0 stand for? An Octothorpe is better known by what name? Tuxedo Mask is a...
Published 04/20/22
James Bond Trivia This episode is all about Bond, James Bond trivia. James Bond aficionado Julian Earl wrote this daring episode about our number one 007. Are you a James Bond super fan? Are you able to answer questions like: Which was the first Bond movie to have a sung title song that played over the opening credits now a synonymous feature of Bond films? Who sung the theme to For Your Eyes Only and appeared in the film, the first singer of a theme to do so? Which is the only Bond theme...
Published 04/15/22
  On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! What island inspired the Latin name for the metal copper? According to Duck Tales who is the second richest duck in the world? The British delicacy known as "trotters" is known as what in America? What are the 3 countries that have both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastline? What was the name of the road that linked Ancient Rome with present day Brindisi? What property of liquid allows insects to walk...
Published 04/08/22
April Fools Trivia This is not a regular episode, this is our April Fools Trivia episode, and by trivia we mean its just an April Fools episode. If you hate April Fools please skip this episode. Happy April Fools!!!   If you like this one, check out Episode 9 for a real trivia practice episode! Music Hot Swing, Fast Talkin, Bass Walker, Dances and Dames, Ambush, Wizardtorium by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution...
Published 04/01/22