Episode 198

Bean Bag


April 18th, 2022

1 hr 4 mins

Season 1

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About this Episode

Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet for a trivia quiz on topics including Classic Television, Natural History, Geography, Architecture, Food, Fantasy Football, Animals, History and more!

Round One

  • CLASSIC TELEVISION - Which writer first gained fame with Patterns in 1955, a TV play that was the first television drama to ever be repeated due to popularity, and would later write 92 of the original 156 episodes of the The Twilight Zone?
  • NATURAL HISTORY - Scrotum Humanum was the first what to have a description and illustration in the Natural History of Oxfordshire in 1676?
  • ANATOMY - With a name translating from Latin into English as “little belly”, what is the term for either bottom chamber of the heart?
  • GEOGRAPHY - Kampuchea is an alternative name for what Asian country?
  • ARCHITECTURE - Daniel Burnham is best known for designing what triangular 22-story National Historical Landmark which is located on 5th and Broadway in New York City and was originally known as the Fuller Building?
  • POP MUSIC - The hit song "Take Me Out" by Franz Ferdinand was partially inspired by what 2001 World War II movie?

Round Two

  • GARAGE ITEMS - Found in most garages, ethylene glycol is better known as a basic what?
  • FANTASY FOOTBALL - The first private and public fantasy football drafts both occurred during the 1960's in which California city (and were arranged by individuals with financial interests in that city’s NFL team)?
  • FOOD - Pigs blood, fat, pearl barley, wheat and oatmeal are ingredients of what type of blood sausage, originating in Great Britain and Ireland?
  • ANIMALS - Pan troglodytes is the scientific name for what social and endangered animal that can be found in the forest of Africa's Congo Basin?
  • CANDY - Opal Fruits was the original name of what candy?
  • FAMOUS SONGS - What song was reportedly Jim Steinman‘s tryout as a lyricist for Andrew Lloyd Webber, was made into a 1996 double-platinum hit by Celine Dion and was covered a decade later as a duet featuring Meatloaf and Marion Raven on Bat Out of hell III?

Final Questions

  • U.S. HISTORY - Which prominent figure in US history led the ​​Combahee Ferry Raid in 1863, becoming the first woman to lead a major military operation in the US during the Civil War?
  • RESTAURANTS - Prior to 2013, what restaurant chain was the largest purchaser of kale in the United States?

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