This Week in iQ Trivia – 6 February 2021

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

We’d like to hear some of the bands (and read some of the books you came up with)

The Fellowship of the Insane Clown Posse

How to Win Friends and Influence Village People

50 Shades of Blackpink

Tomorrow when the Panic at the Disco began

Horton Hears The Who

Tinker, Tailor, Soulja Boy, Spy

Jane Eyre Supply

Earth Wind and Fire in the Willows

Evanescence and Sensibility

100 Years of S Club 7

Sense and S Club 7

Tool Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Motley Crue

To Kill a Powderfinger

The Rise and Fall of the Beatles

Mein Kraftwerk

Bible Slayer

Cardi B for Dummies

Lord of the Smashing Pumpkins

Moby Dick’s Nine Inch Nail

The Girl with the Rage Against the Machine

Of Muse and Men

Harry Potter and the Artist Formerly Known as the Half Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the System of a Down

Harry Potter and the Order of the Smiths

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Rolling Stones

Harry Styles and the Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Styles and the Half Blood Prince

TriviArt

Tall Xylophone

Beautiful Penguin

Gregarious Star

Voluptuous Saigon

Sunsets

Sloth Like Hot Air Balloon

Depressed Pokie

Enchanting Iguana

Shady Koala

INTERESTING MOMENTS

A question about how many millimetres are in a kilometre had one player very keenly defending her view that there are 10,000 millimetres in a kilometre.

We asked about whether redheads, white people, or men would stop existing first, which seemed to upset one of our players who was a redheaded white man, and therefore bound to lose out in any case.

And one team responded to a jackpot question about Billy Snedden with the answer Billy Sneddon. Which is wrong, and cost them the cash.

See you next week.

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2 comments on “This Week in iQ Trivia – 6 February 2021
  1. Nathan says:

    It is the second time we have missed out on the jackpot cash because we misspelled the name of a political leader.

    However, we had a better excuse the first time, when the correct answer was ‘Nicolae Ceaușescu‘…

    • iqtrivia says:

      We once had a team lose $350 because they forgot the letter “A” at the start of a novel title.

      Luckily they were good sports about it, rather than waiting for us outside after the show.

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