The Mad Trivia Party

with Chris Played by Charles Berman

Where we get mad, and you get trivial!

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Chris Played by Charles Berman

1. Name a movie based on a Saturday Night Live sketch.

2. What musical instrument that people usually play without touching it.

3. What is both a city and a disco song?

4. What is the most popular website that does not have any advertising?

5. What is the difference between bronze and brass?

6. What is both a dynasty and a style of house?

7. The well-known essay “A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again” is about what activity?

8. What is both a part of a cat and a kind of tree?

9. In Italy, what is “pizzo?”

10. What is both a currency and a historical figure?

11. Major League Baseball recently announced what rule change?

12. Name a 1940s bandleader?

13. What is a pyrrhic victory? – Why is it called that?

14. Binghamton’s hockey team will be called what next season?

15. Why is it not possible to get tickets on Concorde flights using airplanetickets.com?

16. What is Godwin’s law?

17. What is cinemascope?

18. What is both a world capital and a former TV detective?

19. What large Islamic organization is led by a former calypso singer who publically promotes Scientology?

20. What is both a way of shaping metal and way of hiring actors?

21. Call us collect.

- Tell us the location of a payphone.

22. Name something only one of us has read/heard/seen.

23. Why should you win?

24. Heads or tails.

25. Leave us a voice mail at (607) 484-7904

Twitch the Intern, Scourge

1. Which are the only two M&M colors which were once available, but are now discontinued?

2. In Reservoir Dogs, what color was Steve Buscemi’s character (‘Mr. ______’)?

3. How did St. Valentine die?

4. Which country declared war on Japan on August 8, 1945? [Hint: Peace treaty with Japan signed on 09/02/1945]

5. Which country is the largest producer of dates?

6. Which planet in our solar system has the largest number of moons?

7. There are six countries whose name ends in the letter ‘R’...Name one of them.

8. In which US city did the ‘St. Valentine’s Day Massacre’ take place?

9. To settle a Super Bowl bet between the Boston and Atlanta zoos, the losing city had to name a baby animal after the winning quarterback. Which type of baby animal did Atlanta announce as “Tom Brady”?

10. What am I upset about NOW?

Doc Sonic’s questions:

What state is Mount Rushmore in?

What is an Otoscope used to look at?

How many gallons does a Hogshead Barrel hold?

Aaron Burr and George Clinton were both Vice President to which President?

What company debuted the first automatic washing machine at the 1937 World’s Fair?

Is This A Band?

The Regrettes

Subtlety Syndrome

Kentucky Antique League

Hikikomori

Warehouse Jamboree

Elastic Ostrich

Chris Played by Charles Berman

1. What is both a kind of weather and a kind of illness?

2. What is the difference between a captain and a capstan?

3. What is both a cocktail and a county in New York State?

4. What number has been worn in legal games by Major League Baseball players than any other?

5. On what day to pitchers and catchers report?

6. What is both a song by Lilly Allen and a song by Cee Lo Green?

7. Julius Caesar’s biological son became king of where?

8. What is both a native American tribe and a Roman philosopher?

9. What is both a card game and a kind of ancient king?

10. Which religion’s creation story concludes with: “Who really knows? Who will here proclaim it? Whence was it produced? Whence is this creation? The gods came afterwards, with the creation of this universe. Who then knows whence it has arisen? Whence this creation has arisen – perhaps it formed itself, or perhaps it did not – the one who looks down on it, in the highest heaven, only he knows – or perhaps he does not know.”

11. Name a kind of pasta and describe what it looks like.

12. What is both a sport and a famous explorer?

13. How does jai alai work?

14. What are bath salts in the non-drug sense?

15. What is the nuclear football?

- What is the name of the person who carries it?

16. What are bog bodies?

17. Who was Piltdown Man?

18. What is trepanning?

19. Name a non-plant that the Catholic Church does not consider to be meat.

20. What is both a kind of flowers, and two parts of the body?

21. Call us collect.

- Tell us the location of a payphone.

22. Name something only one of us has read/heard/seen.

23. Why should you win?

24. Heads or tails.

25. Leave us a voice mail at (607) 484-7904

Doc Sonic’s questions:

What is the name of Beethoven’s only opera?

What musician’s real name is Reginald Kenneth Dwight?

If they drink Duff beer in Springfield on The Simpsons. What beer do they drink in Shelbyville?

What famous director shot the music video for Michael Jackson’s “Bad”

Jim Henson came up with the word “Muppet” as a contraction of what two words?

Is This A Band?

Monday’s Fiends

Greek Choir

Electron Desire

The Flea Villians

The Postal Angels

The Pacific Gas And Electric Company

The Mad Trivia Party

1. Where is the busiest McDonald’s in the world?

2. How did the practice of Xes meaning kisses originate?

3. What is both a city and an animal?

4. Name a British person who hosted a US television show, or vice versa.

5. What was the Kievan Rus?

6. Name somebody who died in a duel?

7. Who founded Constantinople?

8. What is a baby kangaroo called?

9. What is a Lada?

10. Name somebody whose dead body is on public display.

11. What is a gaffer?

12. What is smurfing?

13. Name a micronation.

14. Name a billionaire.

15. What is both a kind of punctuation and a kind of race?

16. What is a Microsoft Zune?

17. What is a parrothead?

18. What are wieners named after?

19. What is that name of Vladimir Putin’s political party?

— What is the name of the main opposition party?

20. What percentage of people in the group who originally discovered King Tut’s tomb are now dead?

21. Call us collect.

- Tell us the location of a payphone.

22. Name something only one of us has read/heard/seen.

23. Why should you win?

24. Heads or tails.

25. Leave us a voice mail at (607) 484-7904

Twitch the Intern, Scourge

1. Who was the only US president to have also served as Speaker of the House?

2. Who was the first professional wrestler to be inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame?

3. As a pitcher, how many seasons was Babe Ruth a 20-game winner?

4. Name any two movies starring Madonna.

5. How many members of the Traveling Wilburys are still alive? [Bonus: Name the 5 original members]

6. Over 96% of your body is made up of which four elements?

7. Give an example of a song which is ‘out of date’ based on its lyrics?

8. The American foxhound, an original American dog breed, was bred to standard by which US president?

9. Which common vegetable has the highest sugar content?

10. What am I upset about NOW?

Doc Sonic’s questions:

What amendment to the US Constitution deals with income tax?

How many watts makes up a Kilowatt?

What is the only consonant sound that ends words in Japanese?

In Milwaukee there is a statue of what fictional TV character?

What is another name for a birdwatcher?

Billy Batson would have to say “Shazam” to become Captain Marvel. What did SHAZAM stand for?

Is This A Band?

The Chalk Outlines

Pirates Of The Erie Canal

Moose Power

Storm Cloud School

Add N to X

Torpedoes

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Spring 2017

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