This Week in iQ Trivia – 25 May 2019

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 knew enough about Swedish royalty, and almost screwed themselves over by changing their answer, but managed to hold off snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

They won a jackpot on only their second attempt, which means they’re likely to have high (and possibly unrealistic) hopes about whether they’ll be able to maintain their winning rate.


How to describe the election with film titles?

Kill Bill Vol. 2



A Few Good Men

The Empire Strikes Back

Great Expectations


The Big Short

The Benchwarmers

Fear and Loathing in the Lower House

Scott Morrison Versus the World

Murdoch: The Phantom Menace

An Inconvenient Truth

No Country For Old Men

Die Hard

Groundhog Day

There Will Be Blood

Alien Versus Predator

Dumb and Dumber

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close


Frigid Lampshade

Greasy Shovel

Gentle Member

Uber Mensch

Fat Bumbag

Dildoey Oranguntan Cheese

Creepy Balloon


When putting events in order, someone concluded that American women got the right to vote while Genghis Khan was alive. Meh. What’s 700 years of history?

A Belgian player who knows nothing about Australian sport, managed to ace an Australian sport question ENTIRELY by good luck. THIS IS WHY YOU DON’T LEAVE THINGS BLANK PEOPLE!

We gave one team an anagram of Joe Pesci, and they could only managed “Joe Spice”, who they argued was the 6th Spice Girl and a secret ingredient in KFC.

And someone argued that our Gambler’s question was wrong. A few minutes later, one of their teammates came back to note that we were in fact correct all along, and that their teammate was an idiot. Yeah, we’re pretty diligent.

See you next week.