Episode 197

Suck Dictionary


April 11th, 2022

1 hr 21 mins 5 secs

Season 1

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About this Episode

Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet for a trivia quiz on topics including Musical Instruments, Scottish Things, Carnivals, Board Games, Song Lyrics, World History, Movies and more!

Round One

  • MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS - At what fret are the same notes as the open strings found but an octave higher on a standard guitar?
  • NATIONAL PARKS - What national park was established by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872 and is widely considered to be the first national park in the world?
  • SCOTTISH THINGS - A glengary with a toorie and a cockade is a traditional Scottish what?
  • PARROTS - Puck, an African Grey parrot, holds the Guinness World Record for having the largest what, in a bird?
  • FRENCH LANGUAGE - Kinshasa, the African capital of which country, is regarded as the largest French speaking city (after Paris)?
  • CARNIVALS - Parade teams compete annually at the Sambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí, a purpose-built parade area that is located in which country?

Round Two

  • BOARD GAME RULES - According to the official Monopoly rules, to what bonus is a player entitled when having landed on the Free Parking space?
  • WORLD HISTORY - The Communist government of which country was overthrown during the Velvet Revolution?
  • TIK TOK - Starting a Tik Tok trend in 2021, 'Wellerman' is a song that had users obsessed with singing songs from what obscure genre of music?
  • LYRICS - "An Afro Black Boy with the gold teeth with dark skin looking at me like he know me / I wonder if he got the G or the B / let me find out and see, coming over to me" are lyrics to a Billboard Hot 100 song by what artist?
  • CHICAGO - 1060 W. Addison, listed by Elwood Blues as his home address in Blues Brothers, is actually the address of which famous Chicago landmark?
  • CORPORATE SLOGANS - "More experience than our name suggests" was a slogan for what airline?

Rate My Question

  • ALCOHOL - Whiskey is a spirit distilled from grains. What percentage of corn needs to be used for whiskey to be considered bourbon?
  • ETYMOLOGY - According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, from where and when does the slang expression "suss out" originate?

Final Questions

  • LANDMARKS - The world's tallest lighthouse is located in which European country?

Factoid Alert

  • MOVIES - In the first movie of the franchise, Austin Powers claims that condoms are only for me of what profession?
  • SPORTS DOCUMENTARIES - The 2005 documentary Murderball focuses on the rivalry of the 2004 U.S. and Canadian Paralympic teams of which sport?

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