Complete Trivia Question List

Easy

Which character served as a Quidditch commentator?

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Answer: Lee Jordan
Lee Jordan was a the commentator who called many Quidditch matches during the 1990's.

Hard

In which city was the very first St. Patrick's Day celebration observed?

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Answer: St. Augustine
According to a 2017 research by Dr. Michael Francis, the first recorded celebration of St. Patrick's Day in the world was in the city of St. Augustine in the American State of Florida.

Medium

What is the chemical formula for ozone?

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Answer: O3
Ozone, also known as trioxygen, is an inorganic molecule. It is a pale blue gas with a pungent smell.

Hard

Which of the following NFL teams does not play in its home city?

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Answer: Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys do not actually play in Dallas but at AT&T Stadium in nearby Arlington, Texas.

Medium

Victoria Azarenka played in the 2012 women's singles of the U.S. Open tournament. Who did she beat in the semi-finals of the tournament?

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Answer: Maria Sharapova
Maria Sharapova was defeated by Victoria Azarenka in the semi-finals of the 2012 women's singles of the U.S. Open Championship. Victoria Azarenka lost to Serena Williams in the final match of the tournament.

VeryHard

The first NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award was awarded to which player for his play in the 1955-56 season?

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Answer: Bob Pettit
Hall of Famer Bob Pettit won the MVP Award again during the 1958-59 season.

Hard

Lady Gaga derived her stage name from a song performed by which legendary band?

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Answer: Queen
Queen's 1984 song "Radio Ga Ga", about the rising dominance of television over radio, is where Stefani Germanotta, aka Lady Gaga, derived her stage name from.

Easy

Red Vines is a popular brand of what type of candy?

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Answer: Red licorice
Red Vines is a licorice company that was founded in 1914 in Chicago, Illinois. The original flavor was raspberry, then in 1952 the recipe was altered to the flavor we know and love today.

Hard

Who was the cover athlete of the video game "NBA Live 99"?

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Answer: Antoine Walker
In the earlier days of NBA-endorsed videogames, before EA's "NBA Live" franchise was eclipsed by "NBA 2K", the Boston Celtic's Antoine Jamison being featured on the cover of "NBA Live 99" was a big deal.

Easy

Canada is made up of how many provinces?

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Answer: 10 provinces
The 10 provinces in Canada are Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island.

Medium

What type of bird does Andy encounter in Brooks' office in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption"?

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Answer: Crow
Andy encounters a very squawky crow in Crow in Brooks' office.

Easy

In Peter Pan, there's a cruel pirate. What's his name?

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Answer: Captain Hook
Captain Hook is a one-armed pirate. In place of his lost hand is an iron hook.

Medium

Tiger Woods became a professional golfer in what year?

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Answer: 1996
Tiger Woods became a professional golfer in 1996 and has become one of the highest paid athletes. Besides golfing, Woods also creates golf courses in different countries like Jack's Bay in the Bahamas.

Medium

Which country (and it's territories) cover the most time zones?

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Answer: France
France and its eight territories cover 12 time zones. France covers so many time zones because France has territories all over the world.

Easy

Which popular candy was featured prominently in the classic film "E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial"?

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Answer: Reece's Pieces
The Hershey Company's Reece's Pieces were a main plot device (and product placement) in "E.T." due to Mars company rejecting the use of their product, M&M's, in the film.

Easy

Comedian Chris Rock voiced a popular character based on which NBA player during the 1990's?

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Answer: Anfernee Hardaway
"Little Penny", a puppet based on former NBA player Anfernee Hardaway and voiced by Chris Rock, helped Nike sell a lot of shoes during the 1990's.



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