Episodes
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David are back with twenty new trivia questions for you to answer like: Which biblical figure was the only female judge mentioned in the Bible? Who is the only U.S 6-star General? A combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in liquid and served in the resultant gravy is known as what? Which electronic component can be classified as NPN or PNP? What is the only bird that can fly backwards? Before switching to the euro, what...
Published 07/31/21
True Crime Trivia We are thrilled to have Mamie Rijks on to co-host this episode of True Crime trivia. For example, do you know the answer to the following True Crime questions: What is the Irish police called? Who was the famous law enforcement officer who successfully took on Al Capone? What protected people from the Axman of New Orleans? Who is the law enforcement officer most often associated with Sherlock Holmes? Alfred Hitchock's film Psycho is not only famous for its twist ending...
Published 07/25/21
Trivia Rematch We are so excited to have our friends from Cat Party return! Mary and Margo team up again as Millenium to take on Annie and Bert as Willenium. Back by popular demand, can Willenium win a second time or does Millenium take them down in this trivia rematch??   Do you know the answers to the following questions: Name the 2 parts of the body where you would find ball and socket joints. What legendary creature, often used in heraldry, was half eagle and half lion? An icon of...
Published 07/23/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David discuss the Lotus Palace. We learned a lot of interesting facts with wisegest. We bring twenty new trivia questions for you to answer like: The Corsica, Aveo, Cavalier, and Monte Carlo are all discontinued models of which car manufacturer? Which part of speech is used to express spatial or temporal relations to another word or element in a clause? What band’s album ‘Cracked Rear View’ was released in July 1994 and is one of the 20 best...
Published 07/16/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David discuss James McNeill Whistler's famous work - Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1, best known under its colloquial name Whistler's Mother. We learned a lot of new fun facts about this painting with wisegest. We bring twenty new trivia questions for you to answer like: The time needed for a planet to make one complete rotation on its axis is called a what? Who was the first US President to travel to Europe while in office? In what Italian...
Published 07/09/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David discuss the different biases that your brain can have like Survivorship Bias or Confirmation Bias. We learned a lot about them with wisegest. We bring twenty new trivia questions for you to answer like: What bird builds the largest nests? Zane Grey is best known for which genre of literature? What are the 2 main varieties of coffee bean? The Island of Rockall is in which ocean? If you had Montessori training, what would your career be...
Published 07/02/21
Trivia with Improvisers We are so excited to have Rich Sohn, Neal Dandade, Susan Messing and Rachael Mason on our show! They are improv legends and we hope you check out their show High Society on twitch. You can watch, learn and follow these amazing performers and teachers at the following places: Rachael - missrachaelmason on Instagram to see the Workshops that are coming up Rachael Mason and Susan Messing perform as The Boys (follow them on Social Media to see up coming shows) Rich Sohn...
Published 06/24/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David discuss The Black Sheep by Honoré de Balzac, David's love for The Underground and have 20 new trivia questions for you! Can you answer the following questions: Which sauce is made of crushed basil leaves, pine nuts, garlic, Parmesan cheese, and olive oil, and is typically served with past? Which element is the best conductor of electricity? Of the "Official" animated Disney princesses, how many have a different singing voice than speaking...
Published 06/17/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode The UNICEF Fundraiser is over and we are so happy with how it went. Thank you everyone! Now back to nothing but trivia! Can you answer the following questions: E. H. Shepard was the book illustrator for two beloved children's books, one by A.A. Milne and one by Kenneth Grahame, name either of them. In the game of croquet, mallets tap balls through hoops called what in the United States? Pluto's thin atmosphere is made up of what 3 gases, name two of...
Published 06/11/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode The UNICEF Fundraiser is over and we are so happy with how it went. Thank you everyone! Now back to nothing but trivia! Can you answer the following questions: What musical instrument includes a drone, a chanter. and stocks? Which company has the slogan "There Are Some Things Money Can't Buy, for Everything Else, There's - BLANK" Who is college football's only two-time Heisman Trophy winner? Humanity's pre-history is often categorized in a 3 age system....
Published 06/03/21
We are thrilled to have Rich Baker and Rolland Lopez from Rollin' In Riches as team Rrrrrr go up against Luciana Bonifazi and Randy Craig from Grounded as team Grounded. We have a total blast as these improv power houses go up against each other. Do you know the answers to the following questions: In the Shakespeare play Julius Caesar who says "Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once."? The most accepted theory for what caused the Hindenburg...
Published 05/28/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode The UNICEF Fundraiser is now accepting donations https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/uniceftrivia. We hope you can join us and check out this amazing line up http://www.quizbangpod.com/unicef/ Can you answer the following questions: "I don't get any respect. My twin brother forgot my birthday." is a quote by what Comedian? What name is given to a long narrow sea inlet resulting from marine inundation of a glacial valley? On Doctor Who, what is the name...
Published 05/20/21
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 05/12/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode The UNICEF Fundraiser is now accepting donations https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/uniceftrivia. We hope you can join us and check out this amazing line up http://www.quizbangpod.com/unicef/ Can you answer the following questions: What is Austin Powers’ middle name? Who wrote The Brothers Karamozov? Which country consumes the most coffee per capita? In which movie did Julie Andrews first appear on screen? What was Mozart's final opera? Made famous...
Published 05/06/21
The Ultimate Trivia Tournament On this very special episode we have a trivia tournament between TV Trivia Pod, Trivia Time Podcast, Hollywood Cast Connection and Quiz Quiz Bang Bang. This tournament will determine who will win a tiny, precious Lego ring and who will be a loser. We have a variety of questions from TV, Film, Music and General Knowledge in this epic takedown. Are you able to answer questions like: Who was the first British woman to win an Oscar? Which movie claims to be the...
Published 04/28/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David discuss Egypt holding the Evergreen and have another 20 questions for you: Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Palatine, Quirinal and Viminal compromise the seven what? The expression, knuckle down, originated with what game? Which is the only US state with a Spanish motto? Hansens Disease is better known by what name which its had since ancient times? What city was President McKinley assassinated in? At over a mile high, which US...
Published 04/22/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David and animal discuss swear words and have another 20 questions for you: Things Fall Apart is the first novel and one of the most widely read book in modern African literature, is written by which Nigerian novelist? Yvonne De Carlo played Lily Munster on TV and Sephora in what epic 1956 movie? Which number is greater, a googol, or a quadrillion? What was the name of Fred and Wilma's child on "The Flintstones"? What is the term for making a...
Published 04/15/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David discuss Blue-ringed octopuses and have another 20 questions for you: What are the Russian 19th and 20th century jeweler Peter Faberge's most famous creations shaped like? The four major blood groups are determined by the presence or absence of two what, which are on the surface of red blood cells? There are only four productions to win both the Best Play Tony and the Best Picture Oscar, what are they? Name of the three founder-led brands...
Published 04/09/21
April Fools Trivia This is not a regular episode, this is our April Fools Trivia episode, and by trivia we mean Dad jokes. If you do not like Dad jokes and puns this is not the episode for you. Please turn around before we take 11 minutes of your life that you can't get back.   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...
Published 04/01/21
We are thrilled to have Amy from Clever Girl Trivia take over hosting duties of the latest episode of Quiz Quiz Bang Bang. We go across the dam to have Melanie and Ashley form team Schuyler Quizters and Annie and David return as team Dannie and the Elfmen. Do you know the answers to the following questions: What art of carved whale bone is popular among sailors? Which band from the 90s shares its name with the term for the first note in a musical scale? What lotion comes from the latin...
Published 03/31/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David learn about the Moscow Water Dog and have another 20 questions for you: In which Indian City is the Taj Mahal located? What is the thickest tendon in the human body? Which two Presidents were Quakers? In what city is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame located? On a standard Monopoly board which of the three green properties is not a state? What is the collective noun for caterpillars? If you walked into a dive bar or pool hall in the US and...
Published 03/25/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David are bringing another 20 questions to you: What are Canada's two national sports? Which Scottish chemist and inventor had a waterproof garment named after him? What eastern country's highest mountain is the potentially active stratovolcano, Mount Damavand? Which Soviet Leader decided to place nuclear weapons in Cuba prior to the missile crisis? Often referred to as the founder of geometry, who put forward the parallel postulate and other...
Published 03/18/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David are blazing into their next 100 episodes with 20 new questions: What is the only city in the United States with all vowels? Which lustrous, hard-brittle greyish-white metalloid is represented by the symbol Ge? What tailless breed of cat originated on the Isle of Man? Philatelists is a word to describe someone who enjoys collecting what? What part of the eye is damaged by glaucoma? Name the two main parental dogs in 101 Dalmations. What...
Published 03/11/21
The Office Trivia We are thrilled to have Brian from TV Trivia Pod on to co-host this episode of The Office trivia. For example, do you know the answer to the following questions from The Office: What is the first thing of Dwight's that Jim puts in Jello? Which five people are on the starting lineup for the basketball game against the warehouse? What is the name of the bar that the office usually goes to? Michael signs up for a dating service. What is his username? After Michael grills...
Published 03/09/21
British Trivia Annie and David travel across the pond in this special British Trivia episode that has Ant from Yorkshire DJ Beats and Julian as team Shatnerpants go up against Harry and Katherine as team Djungelskog. Annie and David do their best to write British trivia but do they keep the North/South divide in mind? Can you answer questions like: London Zoo lies at the edge of which Royal Park? What was the upmarket fast-food chain started by Sinclair Beecham and Julian Metcalfe in 1986? ...
Published 03/03/21