This Week in iQ Trivia – 22 February 2020
Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.
If you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.
They came in first place & won a jackpot of $120. Everyone is going to be gunning for them next week.
And they won on their first time, which should be encouraging for all those new teams who think they can’t win. It’s JUST one question.
There were a lot of cases of mistaken identity.
Alan Jones and the Temple of Doom
Scott Van Morrison
Charlie Chaplin and the Chocolate Factory
Breaking News: Leonardo DiCaprio’s Mona Lisa has been stolen!
Little Women on the Prairie
Jack Sparrow the Ripper
Sena Patrick Thomas as Doogie Howser MD
Paul Kelly Clarkson
Tennis champion Roger Moore
The 40 Year Old Virgin starring Steve Jobs
John Paul II, George, and Ringo
Bohemian Rhapsody by Prince
Sponge Bob Menzies
We loved Nelson Mandela in the Shawshank Redemption
The Shawshank Redemption Mother F*cker! Starring Samuel L. Jackson
Harley Quinn Davidson
I love John Wayne Gacy’s western movies
Weird Al Gore Vidal
iQ Trivia with Joe Stalin
Obama bin Laden
Snow White and the Seven Wonders of the World
Daniel Craig as Harry Potter
Marilyn Manson singing Happy Birthday Mr President
Louis Armstrong landed on the moon
Lance Armstrong landed on the moon
Marie Claire, that famous scientist who won two Nobel Prizes
A Brief History of Time by Steven Segal
Vexatious Humpback Whale (courtesy of lawyers)
Canadian Bob Ross
Crunchy Saucy Potato
Moist Floppy Butthole
Incredible Light Rail
One of our winners was a team who drove nearly an hour to see one of our hosts in Canberra.
When we asked about countries of birth in the Australian census and reminded people that they should get at least one, about half of the teams still forgot to put down “Australia.”
One player was sent up to answer a bonus question & was so certain they were wrong they were embarrassed to show us. Turns out they were right.
We got one of the more direct (though very much not safe for kids) answers to one of our jackpot questions.
And one team had to put up with an interloper who was a fan of Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs. When we played the line “most people I know…” and asked for the next line, he leaned in all creepy like & said “think that I’m crazy.” They thought he was ACTUALLY crazy & ignored him. Note to trivia interlopers everywhere… if you want to give people a hint, it’s best if you don’t do it in the creepiest way possible.
See you next week.