Episodes
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
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David celebrate their 100th episode with 20 Listener questions: What is the Roman Numeral for 100? What is the 100th day of the year for 2021? What is 100 times 100? Which American driver won the 100th running of the Indy 500 in 2016 in his rookie appearance? The Hundred Years’ War between England and France actually lasted how long? When onboard a sea vessel and looking forward towards the bow, which side of the ship is to port? In the song...
Published 03/03/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David are gearing up for their 100th episode and have 20 new questions: What is the name of the hill in Athens, Greece, on which the Parthenon is located? In biology, what is the term for an alteration in the nucleotide sequence of the genome of an organism? Dubbing his method "comparitive Dactyloscopy" in 1892 Argentine detective Juan Vucetich became the first to successfully use what in a murder investigation? How many million are in 1...
Published 02/26/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David muse about grammar for text messages and the Oregon Trail and have 20 new questions: What is the capital of the Philippines? Though some called him the handcuff King, Eric Weiss was actually better known by what stage name? Which bird has the largest wingspan of any in the world? who won the golden bat in the 2019 cricket world cup? What are the first names of the brothers Grimm? Which actress provided the singing voice for two different...
Published 02/18/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David return from a short break with 20 new questions: What was the original name for the Green Bay Packers? In Star Trek: The Next Generation, what is the name of Data's pet cat? What is the only US National Park that lies south of the Equator? On which planet did the NASA's viking space probes land? Every King and Queen since William the Conqueror have been crowned in what building? What was the name of the 9 headed monster killed by...
Published 02/12/21
Trivia Podcast Movie Trivia We have a movie trivia bonanza episode for you with some incredible guests! It's Bob Pantalone from The Analysis podcast taking on Sam and Paul Carr from Hollywood Cast Connection. We have a ton of fun changing up our format to incorporate rounds from Hollywood Cast Connection to our own show. If you're a movie buff, this is the perfect episode for you. Do you know the answers to the following questions: What gritty 2017 superhero movie was the first live action...
Published 01/22/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Our 2nd trivia episode of 2021 comes with 20 new questions: The regulations for which sporting ball is that it must weigh no more than 1.62 ounces or 45.9 grams? How should steak tartare be cooked? Which Actress has been nominated for Oscars the most with 7 nominations without ever winning? Where is “Brokeback Mountain” in the film Brokeback Mountain? What is the largest country with one time zone? “An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth” is a...
Published 01/14/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Our first trivia episode of 2021 comes with 20 new questions: Which country did AC/DC originate in? What is the name of Edward Norton’s character in Fight Club? Starting in Missouri and ending in New Mexico, the Santa Fe national historic trail runs through 3 other present day states. Which ones? Which country was the first to win the Women's World Cup in 1991? in 1997 Mattel sued MCA records for trademark infringement over what song? In 2014, which...
Published 01/07/21
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Our last trivia episode of 2020 comes with 20 new questions: Which is the only "Official" animated Disney princess that does not sing? The Hunt for Red October was the first novel by which author? The Mason Dixon line was originally the boundary bewteen two states, which ones? Which US president was the first to recognize Hanukkah in the White House? Michael Jordan played professional basketball for the Chicago Bulls and what other team? After water,...
Published 12/31/20
Trivia Podcast  We are ecstatic to have Mel Evans and Mark Colomb who take on Brian Finlay and Amy Verdon. Annie, Brian, Mel and Amy have a mini reunion as they were all in Oops! I Christmassed Again! Do you know the answers to the following questions: There are 40 new Holiday Hallmark movies for 2020, what word appears in the most titles? And for 2 extra points, how many times is it used? Which of the Great Lakes is located entirely within the U.S. border? Joseph Allen...
Published 12/24/20
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode David and Annie have a new quiz with 20 new questions. Do you know the answer to the following questions: In Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, what is the name of Scrooge's underpaid clerk? The power book 100 was launched in 1991 by which computer company? In a bee hive the Queen fertilized by which type of bee? Who was the best-selling performer for RCA Records since Elvis Presley with country hits like "Just Between You and Me"? An Inverted Jenny was...
Published 12/17/20
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode David and Annie have fun presenting 20 new questions. Do you know the answer to the following questions: The removal of waste products from the blood is a process known as what? Which US Pop Superstar holds the record for the most Uk singles sales? Who took the throne after a coup left her husband, Russian Emperor Peter III dead? A tail or limb which is capable of grasping is known by what term? What US city was the first to introduce traffic lights with...
Published 12/10/20
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode It's the most wonderful time of the year, Trivia Time, and we have 20 new trivia questions.  Can you answer the following questions: The Mongol rally is a famous car rally that begins in Europe and originally ended in which Capital City? In Chaucer's Canterbury Tales which character, whose husbands all died, had been married 5 times? Which trade profession derives its name from the latin for the element lead? Who is the first astronomer to view Saturn...
Published 12/03/20
Harry Potter Trivia Time for more Harry Potter Trivia and you won't need a time-turner to play it multiple times! We have a little something for everyone from Ravenclaw to Hufflepuff. This episode has a mix of questions based on both the movie and the book "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban". We have mixed together a variety of difficulty so that the casual fan can play along with the super fan. For example, do you know the answer to the following questions: Who takes over the Defense...
Published 11/28/20
Trivia Podcast  We are ecstatic to have Jill Fenstermaker and Mike Johnson who take on Neil Arsenty and Kyna Lenhof. Jill and Mike are both improvisers in Chicago and you can see Mike perform at the CIC Theater. Neil Arsenty hosts Simpsons Trivia in Chicago and co-produces This One Woman with Kyna Lenhof who also stars in the show. Do you know the answers to the following questions: What is the name of the devilish cat in Walt Disney's Cinderella? With just 151 lines, which titular...
Published 11/26/20
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode Annie and David make up a holiday, Plunger Day, and still have 20 new trivia questions.  Can you answer the following questions: What name does Dunbar give to the wolf he befriends in 'Dances with Wolves'? Baghdad is thought be the site of the first true kind of what specialized scientific building in 825 CE? Which Australian state is the Great Barrier Reef closest to? What kind of aircraft is “Blue Thunder”? Which animal can see the most colours? The...
Published 11/19/20
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode We have 20 new trivia questions to challenge you.  Can you answer the following questions: What is the only animal born with horns? In regards to computers what does the acronym "RAM" mean? What soda's tagline is "Obey your thirst"? In the Bible, Noah knows that the water has receded when a dove comes back with what in his beak? The tokens in a Monopoly were created by a company that also designed what type of jewelry? On the periodic table, what...
Published 11/12/20
On Today's Trivia Podcast Episode No matter what is happening in 2020, we have 20 new trivia questions.  Can you answer the following questions: What candies take their name from the compnay's cofounders, Forrest Mars and Bruce Murrie? Who won the Nobel prize for mathematics last year? In Texas hold' em, what is the name for the first three community cards, which are turned faceup simultaneously? Ben Stein, known for playing the teacher in Ferris Bueller's day off, was also a speech...
Published 11/05/20
Trivia Podcast  We are beyond thrilled to have Jesse Zwick (producer/writer of Nashville and writer of Parenthood) and Jed Rapp Goldstein (writer of Ozark) who take on Moon and Valerie Myerson. Do you know the answers to the following questions: Hobbits eat seven meals a day, what meal comes after second breakfast? The 1978 World Cup is considered by some as the dirtiest world cup with tales of match fixing and murder. What host country that was ruled by a civic-military dictatorship won...
Published 10/30/20
VooDoo Trivia Annie and David are thrilled to welcome Dr Jeffrey Anderson, one of the foremost experts on Hoodoo and Voodoo! Dr. Anderson offers 30 trivia questions plus detailed insight on the history and culture of this poorly-understood religion. He answers questions on how it got started, how it spread and evolved, and what the modern practice looks like. The pantheon of deities is discussed, as is the distinction between hoodoo and even a little bit about zombies. Questions in this...
Published 10/27/20