Think of your favourite film.

Now make one word in it the exact opposite.

That’s your team name for this week.

There’s Nothing About Mary

Abandoning Nemo

Pulp Fact

Star Peace

My Big Fat Greek Divorce

White Panther

Any film changed by one word will get you a bonus point.

Have an interesting week.

Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.

WINNERS

If you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.

TEAM NAMES

This week it was celebrities and body parts. (Many of them overtly genital in scope, and some teams came up with multiple names that they argued about more than any of the questions.)

Jackie Chin

Liver Tyler

Jason Stathumb

Belly Bob Thornton

Vein Newton

Liam Kneeson

Charles DeGallbladder

Courtney Coccyx

Spleen Elizabeth II

Bruce Springspleen

Charlie Spleen

Cory Monteeth

Spongeboob

Nerve Campbell

Areola Grande

Nads Mikkelsen

Ben Affneck

Clit Romney

Clit Eastwood

Dick Jagger

Donald Dick

Channing Taintum

Penis Quade

Dwayne “The Cock” Johnson

Michael J Cocks

Sigourney Beaver

Vagina Rineheart

Jennifer Anuston

Will Eye Am

Keira Right Knee

Oclabia Spencer

Dev Patella

Nipola Tesla

Howard Sternum

Anh Toe

Matthew Perineum

Christopher Spine

Idris Elbow

Brad Tit

Brad Armpitt

Lil Nose X

Head Sheeran

Billie Eyelash

Nostrildamus

Miley Iris

Urethra Franklin

Butch Cavity & the Sundance Kidney

Michael Boob-le

TriviArt

Wobbly Hot Dog

Bold Boot

Deceptive Shrub

Nerdy Tree Nut

Brett Knee

Blessed Egg

Shiny Pig

Terrifying Rainforest

Bumble Bee Ahab

INTERESTING MOMENTS

We asked about the first number that is spelled with the letter B, looking for one billion. But we didn’t specify that it had to be a whole number, so technically, one billionth comes first. Of course, one ten billionth and one onehundred billionth are lower still, but we still gave them credit. (And then changed the question.)

A pair approached one of our hosts around question 27 and asked if it was too late to join. They didn’t play, but they still argued about the questions, paid up for the jackpot round, and made plans to come next week.

We left a hint that there would be a question on the M25, and when we asked a bonus question about how long it was in kilometres, one team had the answer before we finished reading the question.

And at one show one team was a couple on their third date. They kept track of who knew what correct answers, but at the end of the night, they couldn’t decide who won between the two of them. Which means they have to come back next week for their fourth date. Yes, we need to normalise trivia on dates.

See you next week.

Made famous in a 1900 book and in film adaptations, Nick Chopper is the real name of what literary character?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

Northern Beaches trivia is kicking off in a new venue in Brookvale.

And it’s in a brewery, so we are pretty sure there will be beer to go with the trivia.

Northern Beaches Trivia

It’s at Dad & Dave’s at 45 Mitchell Road in Brookvale, and it is kicking off every Thursday at 7pm.

Brookvale Trivia

We’ve got interesting trivia, we’ve got great eats from the food truck outside, we’ve got $6 pints until 6pm (so get in early), and we’ve got great prizes courtesy of Dad & Dave’s.

Northern Beaches Trivia

Northern Beaches Trivia

In short, we have got everything you need for a great Thursday night out.

Bar Trivia

Of course, Dad & Dave’s don’t brew average beer, and iQ Trivia don’t do average trivia. So it’s bound to be a great night out if you are into beer and trivia. (And if you’re not, we have no idea why you are still reading.)

Brewery Trivia

If you’re the kind of person who has memorised every Melbourne Cup winner, congratulations. But to be honest, that probably won’t help you. This isn’t an exam. Rather than just spitting out facts, you’ll probably have have to do some lateral thinking. We will ask questions that you won’t see coming. We will ask questions you probably won’t know off the top of your head, but will enjoy arguing about with your friends. The IQ in iQ Trivia stands for interesting questions, and that is what we will provide.

Northern Beaches Trivia

As always, we’ve got a homework question to give you an advantage. If you want to be on the e-mail list, just send an e-mail to homework@iqtrivia.com.au with Dad & Dave in the subject line to be added to our mailing list.

And the Facebook page dedicated to the show will have additional information to help you out.

Book yourselves in for the best trivia on the Northern Beaches on their website.

And we will see you at 7pm every Thursday in Brookvale at Dad & Dave’s.

For the week of 25 April to 1 May, how many pages did it take to account for 1% of all Wikipedia views? 18, 118, or 1,018?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

This is a map of the US showing what?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

As suggested by one of our online players, we are continuing the celebrity trend in team name themes.

This week it’s celebrities and body parts.

Bruce Knee

Britney Ears

Toe Pesci

Head Flanders

Russell Hand

Tooth Bader Ginsburg

Any combination of a celebrity & a body part will get you a bonus point.

Have an interesting week.

Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.

WINNERS

If you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.

JACKPOT

A team from California forgot to do the homework question. Luckily, it was about Californian counties. Unluckily, they couldn’t think of them. So they didn’t get the homework question on geography where they were from. But they turned around and won a jackpot based on their knowledge of Russian rivers.

They nailed a question on the birth of Confucius, when most teams were off by over a millenium.

And another team misspelled it as Jessica Maras, but they won a jackpot on a question about Jessica Marais. It might be because one of them had Jessica Marais’s contact details on his phone.

TEAM NAMES

This week it was celebrities and household objects.

Martin Loofa King

Paniel Radcliffe

Bin Diesel

Camilla Parker Bowls

Mr T Cosy

Oven Mitt Romney

Britney Shears

Frank Sriracha

Mel Books

Robert Downey Doona

Jeff Fridges

Fridget Bardot

Mike Dyson

Spongebob Hawke

Bong Wayne

Amy Wineglass

Jason DeRuler

Bill Plates

Reece With-her-spoon

Stairmaster Flash

Pol Teapot

Lazy Susan Boyle

Dick Van Bike

Denzel Washingmachine

Uma Thermos

Orlando Broom

Emma Stove

Lucy Loo

President Joe Bidet

TriviArt

Flouro Plate

Titillating Unicorn

Itchy Host (NSFW)

Dwayne the Rocking Chair Johnson

Saucy Cockroach

Descriptive France

Creative Beer

Sanguine Arthropod

INTERESTING MOMENTS

A team of accountants estimated that Vladimir Putin was about 4,500 days old. Which is about 12 years. Accountants. ACCOUNTANTS. People whose job it is to count.

And when an elderly couple had a tough time paying for dinner, one of our players paid for them. And then, halfway through the show, the beneficiary of our trivia audience’s largesse insisted on trekking up the stairs to say thank you.

See you next week.

New Zealand leads the world in production of Kiwis. But where does New Zealand rank in the production of Kiwifruits?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

In a 2020 survey of hundreds of “world tours” by bands, name five of the eight cities that were visited most often.

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.