Answer this Trivial Pursuit Card…or die trying!

Sorry, no team trivia recap today. A certain bar neglected to tell a certain quizmaster that he was bumped for a highly anticipated big crowd for game 1 of the Caps playoffs. Joke was on them though when about 4 die hard Caps fans ended up showing up. But I digress. Here’s a classic Trivial Pursuit card to hold you over.

No peaking at the back of the card!

(The Netherlands)(Five)(March 15, or the Ides of March)(The Three Musketeers)(Resistance)(Potato)

Trivial Pursuit Card of the Day: 4.30

Each day (or so) I will list all six questions off a random Trivial Pursuit card that I have in my wallet. The answers can be found in the following day’s post. I will also provide a hint to a single question. Or sometimes I get too lazy. Good Luck!

Card #301, Genus Edition, 1981

Geography: What country has the most movie theaters?

Entertainment: What George Harrison tune sounded too much like He’s So Fine by The Chiffons?

History: What did Richard Nixon’s CREEP stand for?

Arts and Literature: Who accompanied Huck Finn on his Mississippi River raft ride?

Science and Nature: Who invented the mimeograph machine?

Sports and Leisure: What’s the only NFL team without decorations on the sides of its helmets?

Scoring

All six correct: 500 Points –  Five correct: 350 Points – Four correct: 200 Points – Three correct: 100 Points – Two correct: 50 Points – One correct: 25 Points

Last Card’s Answers 4.29 (Questions HERE)

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon5 Golden RingsApartheid Opossum Energy Jack Nicklaus

Trivial Pursuit Card of the Day: 4.29

Each day (or so) I will list all six questions off a random Trivial Pursuit card that I have in my wallet. The answers can be found in the following day’s post. I will also provide a hint to a single question. Or sometimes I get too lazy. Good Luck!

Card #679, Genus Edition, 1981

Geography: Which of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was alive?

Entertainment: What did my true love give to me on the fifth day of Christmas?

History: What’s the name of South Africa’s racial policy?

Arts and Literature: What kind of animal is Pogo?

Science and Nature: What does the E stand for in the equation E=mc2?

Sports and Leisure: What golfer is nicknamed The Golden Bear? (HINT: It’s not Tiger)

Scoring

All six correct: 500 Points –  Five correct: 350 Points – Four correct: 200 Points – Three correct: 100 Points – Two correct: 50 Points – One correct: 25 Points

Last Card’s Answers 4.28 (Questions HERE)

The Croque MonsieurBedazzled Vladimir PutinGeorge Will The Attack of the ClonesGramatica

Trivial Pursuit Card of the Day 4.28

Each day (or so) I will list all six questions off a random Trivial Pursuit card that I have in my wallet. The answers can be found in the following day’s post. I will also provide a hint to a single question. Or sometimes I get too lazy. Good Luck!

Card #334, 20th Anniversary Edition, 2002

Global View: What toasted sandwich has a name that means “hearty bite of gentleman” in French?

Sound and Screen: What 2000 movie remake inspired Elizabeth Hurley to dress “like a cross between Cruella DeVil and a softcore porn star”?

News: What Russian Prime Minister upped his approval rating from 2 to 29%, in his first three months?

The Written Word: What political pundit bashed out an ode to Ted Williams, I Can’t Stand It, I’m Good, in his best-selling baseball collection titled Bandits?

Innovations: What movie subtitle was divulged the same day scientists announced plans to clone up to 200 humans, in 2001?

Game Time: What surname is shared by football-kicking brothers Bill, Martin and Santiago?

Scoring

All six correct: 500 Points –  Five correct: 350 Points – Four correct: 200 Points – Three correct: 100 Points – Two correct: 50 Points – One correct: 25 Points

Last Card’s Answers 4.24 (Questions HERE)

Italy – Tatum O’Neal – Normandy – Sherlock Holmes – Charles Richter – The Dead Man’s Hand

Trivial Pursuit Card of the Day: 4.24

Each day I will list all six questions off a random Trivial Pursuit card that I have in my wallet. The answers can be found in the following day’s post. Each day, I will provide a hint to a single question. Good Luck!

Card #12, Genus Edition, 1981

Geography: What country surrounds San Marino, the world’s smallest republic?

Entertainment: Who collected the 1973 best supporting actress Oscar at age 10? (HINT: The title of the movie was Paper Moon)

History: What were Omaha, Juno and Gold beaches?

Arts and Literature: What detective could distinguish 140 forms of tobacco ash?

Science and Nature: Who wrote Elementary Seismology in 1958?

Sports and Leisure: What do you call a Poker hand including the black aces and eights?

Scoring

All six correct: 500 Points –  Five correct: 350 Points – Four correct: 200 Points – Three correct: 100 Points – Two correct: 50 Points – One correct: 25 Points

Last Card’s Answers 4.22 (Questions HERE)

Zurich – Bette Midler – 87- Godzilla – Jan. 1, 2001 – Nine of Diamonds

Trivial Pursuit Card of the Day 4.22

Each day I will list all six questions off a random Trivial Pursuit card that I have in my wallet. The answers can be found in the following day’s post. Each day, I will provide a hint to a single question. Good Luck!

Card #106, Genus Edition, 1981

Geography: What European city is considered the center of world banking and finance?

Entertainment: What singer-actress got her start in a gays’ bath house in New York City?

History: How many years are there in four score and seven?

Arts and Literature: What radioactive, 164-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex made covers of Time and Newsweek?

Science and Nature: What will be the date of the first day of the 21st century?

Sports and Leisure: What playing card is called The Curse of Scotland?

Scoring

All six correct: 500 Points –  Five correct: 350 Points – Four correct: 200 Points – Three correct: 100 Points – Two correct: 50 Points – One correct: 25 Points

Last Card’s Answers 4.20 (Questions HERE)

Hawaii – Humphrey Bogart – One – 1876 – The Brassiere – The Boston Bruins

Trivial Pursuit Card of the Day 4.20

Each day I will list all six questions off a random Trivial Pursuit card that I have in my wallet. The answers can be found in the following day’s post. Each day, I will provide a hint to a single question. Good Luck!

Card #621, Genus Edition, 1981

Geography: Which of the Hawaiian Islands has active volcanoes?

Entertainment: Who played William Holden’s brother in Sabrina?

History: How many ballots did it take J.F.K. to win the 1960 Democratic Presidential nomination?

Arts and Literature: What Gore Vidal book tells the story of Aaron Burr’s son, Charlie Schuyler?

Science and Nature: What did Otto Titzling invent?

Sports and Leisure: What was the first U.S.-based team in the NHL? (HINT: They currently hold the #1 Eastern Conference seed in this year’s playoff)

Scoring

All six correct: 500 Points –  Five correct: 350 Points – Four correct: 200 Points – Three correct: 100 Points – Two correct: 50 Points – One correct: 25 Points