This Week in iQ Trivia – 7 December 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.

TEAM NAMES

You proposed a lot of new films & TV series based on minor characters.

Cameron Frye’s day of anxiety

Nakatomi Plaza’s worst Xmas party ever

Saving Private Caparzo

Leaving Private Johnson behind

The exploitation of the Oompa Loompas by the capitalist pig Willy Wonka

Backseat Bandits: The Story of Slider and Goose

Sean Bean and the three arrows through his chest

Who framed the inanimate carbon rod

Everything’s coming up Milhouse

Dobby gets a sock

Everybody Loves Robert

Andy’s mum’s toys from Toy Story

Timon

Professor Yaffle: Bagpuss’ answer to the Owl from Winnie the Pooh

The Rubbles

John Connor

At the movies with Statler & Waldorf

The guy who gets dumped for a bee in The Bee Movie

Argus Filch and his sh!tty cat

Avatar: The cabbage vendor

Two Gentlemen of Mos Eisley

Keeping up with Rob with the five slutty sisters and slutty mother and slutty trans father/mother

Stay Puft: Just a sailor in New York trying to get laid

Sebastian and his mermaid friend

The Gardener’s escort services to Mordor

Smeagol’s lost and found

I f*cked some British guy and died

What’s in a name? Ask the other two Sarah Connors

Neville Longbottom and the Extraordinary Case of Puberty

TriviArt

Controversial Bank

Purple Car

Hot Elephant

Promiscuous Santa

Fluorescent Tree

Pineapple Playing Backgammon

Flowery Elastic Caterpillar

Dancing Tree

Immaculate Cat

Throbbing Badger

INTERESTING MOMENTS

Putting events in order can be tough because getting one wrong can put everything else out of order. And when you put the birth or Jonah Hill before the Battle of Gallipoli, it’s going to be tough to do well.

We had a bit of a celebrity sighting at one of our shows.

Yes, it’s Dunny Man, who it turns out is pretty good at trivia, but not so good at homework questions.

And we nearly gave away a jackpot, but one team couldn’t quite spell Golda Meir. Started with Mayer, then changed it to Meir, and then went one change to far, settling on Mier.

Close, but you’ll have to come back next week to win it.

See you next week.

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