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  • 1. 11 Welcome to “Stu”-pid TriviaWelcome to “Stu”-pid Trivia Please Sign in with StuPlease Sign in with Stu
  • 2. 2 RulesRules Only teams of up to four peopleOnly teams of up to four people If there is a shortage of teams, we will allowIf there is a shortage of teams, we will allow for five per team.for five per team. Do not shout out answersDo not shout out answers Please write answers on hand-outPlease write answers on hand-out If you aren’t playing, please keep answers toIf you aren’t playing, please keep answers to yourself. Violators will be warned and then cutyourself. Violators will be warned and then cut off from any adult beverages, unless theyoff from any adult beverages, unless they purchase a round of shots for contestantspurchase a round of shots for contestants
  • 3. 3 Cell phone usageCell phone usage Absolutely no use of cell phones duringAbsolutely no use of cell phones during roundround Please make phone calls between rounds.Please make phone calls between rounds. 5 points deducted from team’s score for any5 points deducted from team’s score for any violationsviolations
  • 4. 4 Master StuMaster Stu Trivia Quiz Master Stu’s decision is finalTrivia Quiz Master Stu’s decision is final Fact: Mistakes will be made due to theFact: Mistakes will be made due to the consumption of Zimasconsumption of Zimas Feel free to question the validity of theFeel free to question the validity of the answers and mistakes will be correctedanswers and mistakes will be corrected Stu will make final decision to award pointsStu will make final decision to award points Do not question himDo not question him
  • 5. 5 Round 1Round 1 GeneralGeneral KnowledgeKnowledge
  • 6. 6 Question 1 – General KnowledgeQuestion 1 – General Knowledge Prior to his death inPrior to his death in 1999, John F.1999, John F. Kennedy, Jr. foundedKennedy, Jr. founded what politically-what politically- themed magazine?themed magazine?
  • 7. 7 Question 2 – General KnowledgeQuestion 2 – General Knowledge What problem didWhat problem did Leonardo da Vinci,Leonardo da Vinci, Winston Churchill, AlbertWinston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Thomas EdisonEinstein, Thomas Edison and General Georgeand General George Patton have in common?Patton have in common?
  • 8. 8 Question 3 – General KnowledgeQuestion 3 – General Knowledge What is the nameWhat is the name of Dr. Seuss'sof Dr. Seuss's egg-hatchingegg-hatching elephant?elephant?
  • 9. 9 Question 4 – General KnowledgeQuestion 4 – General Knowledge Which of the 50Which of the 50 states takes in thestates takes in the least amount ofleast amount of tourist dollars?tourist dollars?
  • 10. 10 Question 5 – General KnowledgeQuestion 5 – General Knowledge What breakfastWhat breakfast food gets its namefood gets its name from the Germanfrom the German word for "stirrup"?word for "stirrup"?
  • 11. 11 Question 6 – General KnowledgeQuestion 6 – General Knowledge What was the firstWhat was the first human organ to behuman organ to be successfullysuccessfully transplanted?transplanted?
  • 12. 12 Question 7 – General KnowledgeQuestion 7 – General Knowledge What type of aircraftWhat type of aircraft was used to dropwas used to drop bombs in the firstbombs in the first German air raids onGerman air raids on London in 1915?London in 1915?
  • 13. 13 Question 8 – General KnowledgeQuestion 8 – General Knowledge In the National HockeyIn the National Hockey League, how manyLeague, how many members of a teammembers of a team are permitted to suitare permitted to suit up for a game?up for a game?
  • 14. 14 Question 9 – General KnowledgeQuestion 9 – General Knowledge How many weeksHow many weeks did the regulardid the regular NFL season lastNFL season last in 1992?in 1992?
  • 15. 15 Question 10 – General KnowledgeQuestion 10 – General Knowledge The first team to buyThe first team to buy me a cocktail willme a cocktail will receive two points.receive two points.
  • 16. 16 Round 2Round 2 Alex Trebek is aAlex Trebek is a taint wrangler.taint wrangler.
  • 17. 17 Question 1 – General KnowledgeQuestion 1 – General Knowledge GeorgeGeorge Prior to his death in 1999, John F.Prior to his death in 1999, John F. Kennedy, Jr. founded whatKennedy, Jr. founded what politically-themed magazine?politically-themed magazine?
  • 18. 18 Question 2 – General KnowledgeQuestion 2 – General Knowledge What problem did LeonardoWhat problem did Leonardo da Vinci, Winston Churchill,da Vinci, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, ThomasAlbert Einstein, Thomas Edison and General GeorgeEdison and General George Patton have in common?Patton have in common? All were dyslexicAll were dyslexic
  • 19. 19 Question 3 – General KnowledgeQuestion 3 – General Knowledge What is the name ofWhat is the name of Dr. Seuss's egg-Dr. Seuss's egg- hatching elephant?hatching elephant? Horton
  • 20. 20 Question 4 – General KnowledgeQuestion 4 – General Knowledge Which of the 50 states takesWhich of the 50 states takes in the least amount ofin the least amount of tourist dollars?tourist dollars? Rhode IslandRhode Island
  • 21. 21 Question 5 – General KnowledgeQuestion 5 – General Knowledge What breakfast food gets itsWhat breakfast food gets its name from the Germanname from the German word for "stirrup"?word for "stirrup"? BagelBagel
  • 22. 22 Question 6 – General KnowledgeQuestion 6 – General Knowledge What was the first humanWhat was the first human organ to be successfullyorgan to be successfully transplanted?transplanted? KidneyKidney
  • 23. 23 Question 7 – General KnowledgeQuestion 7 – General Knowledge What type of aircraft wasWhat type of aircraft was used to drop bombs in theused to drop bombs in the first German air raids onfirst German air raids on London in 1915?London in 1915? ZepplinZepplin
  • 24. 24 Question 8 – General KnowledgeQuestion 8 – General Knowledge In computer speak,In computer speak, what is Wi-Fi shortwhat is Wi-Fi short forfor?? Nothing. It’s a term developed byNothing. It’s a term developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to describethe Wi-Fi Alliance to describe wireless local area networkwireless local area network (WLAN).(WLAN).
  • 25. 25 Question 9 – General KnowledgeQuestion 9 – General Knowledge In the National Hockey League,In the National Hockey League, how many members of a teamhow many members of a team are permitted to suit up for aare permitted to suit up for a game?game? 2020
  • 26. 26 Round 2Round 2 Clues from the firstClues from the first episode ofepisode of Jeopardy.Jeopardy.
  • 27. 27 Question 1 – JeopardyQuestion 1 – Jeopardy Category – FourCategory – Four Letter wordsLetter words Pulled the trigger orPulled the trigger or what's in a jiggerwhat's in a jigger
  • 28. 28 Question 2 – JeopardyQuestion 2 – Jeopardy Category – FourCategory – Four Letter wordsLetter words Basketball defense orBasketball defense or Serling's twilight areaSerling's twilight area
  • 29. 29 Question 3 – JeopardyQuestion 3 – Jeopardy Category – FourCategory – Four Letter wordsLetter words Little girls do it with aLittle girls do it with a rope, Van Halenrope, Van Halen does it in a songdoes it in a song
  • 30. 30 Question 4 – JeopardyQuestion 4 – Jeopardy Category – FourCategory – Four Letter wordsLetter words It's the first 4-letterIt's the first 4-letter word in "The Starword in "The Star Spangled Banner"Spangled Banner"
  • 31. 31 Question 5 – JeopardyQuestion 5 – Jeopardy Category – FourCategory – Four Letter wordsLetter words The president takesThe president takes one before steppingone before stepping into officeinto office
  • 32. 32 Question 6 – JeopardyQuestion 6 – Jeopardy Category – NotoriousCategory – Notorious It was probably aIt was probably a lyre, not a fiddle, iflyre, not a fiddle, if he played it whilehe played it while Rome burnedRome burned
  • 33. 33 Question 7 – JeopardyQuestion 7 – Jeopardy Category – NotoriousCategory – Notorious His book, translatedHis book, translated as "My Struggle",as "My Struggle", outlined plans tooutlined plans to conquer Europeconquer Europe
  • 34. 34 Question 8 – JeopardyQuestion 8 – Jeopardy Category – NotoriousCategory – Notorious Lenin called himLenin called him ruthless, and hisruthless, and his purges proved hepurges proved he waswas
  • 35. 35 Question 9 – JeopardyQuestion 9 – Jeopardy Category – NotoriousCategory – Notorious       After the deed, heAfter the deed, he leaped to the stageleaped to the stage shouting "Sicshouting "Sic semper tyrannis”semper tyrannis”
  • 36. 36 Question 10 – JeopardyQuestion 10 – Jeopardy Category – 50’s TVCategory – 50’s TV Name under whichName under which experimenter Donexperimenter Don Herbert taughtHerbert taught viewers all aboutviewers all about sciencescience
  • 37. 37 Next RoundNext Round Three-WayThree-Way
  • 38. 38 Question 1 – JeopardyQuestion 1 – Jeopardy Pulled the trigger orPulled the trigger or what's in a jiggerwhat's in a jigger ShotShot
  • 39. 39 Question 2 – JeopardyQuestion 2 – Jeopardy Basketball defenseBasketball defense or Serling's twilightor Serling's twilight areaarea ZoneZone
  • 40. 40 Question 3 – JeopardyQuestion 3 – Jeopardy Little girls do it with aLittle girls do it with a rope, Van Halen does itrope, Van Halen does it in a songin a song JumpJump
  • 41. 41 Question 4 – JeopardyQuestion 4 – Jeopardy It's the first 4-letterIt's the first 4-letter word in "The Starword in "The Star Spangled Banner"Spangled Banner" whatwhat
  • 42. 42 Question 5 – JeopardyQuestion 5 – Jeopardy The president takesThe president takes one beforeone before stepping into officestepping into office OathOath
  • 43. 43 Question 6 – JeopardyQuestion 6 – Jeopardy Category – NotoriousCategory – Notorious It was probably a lyre, notIt was probably a lyre, not a fiddle, if he played ita fiddle, if he played it while Rome burnedwhile Rome burned NeroNero
  • 44. 44 Question 7 – JeopardyQuestion 7 – Jeopardy His book, translated as "My Struggle", outlined plans to conquer Europe Hitler
  • 45. 45 Question 8 – JeopardyQuestion 8 – Jeopardy Lenin called himLenin called him ruthless, and hisruthless, and his purges proved he waspurges proved he was StalinStalin
  • 46. 46 Question 9 – JeopardyQuestion 9 – Jeopardy After the deed, he leapedAfter the deed, he leaped to the stage shoutingto the stage shouting "Sic semper tyrannis”"Sic semper tyrannis” John Wilkes BoothJohn Wilkes Booth
  • 47. 47 Question 10 – JeopardyQuestion 10 – Jeopardy Name under whichName under which experimenter Donexperimenter Don Herbert taught viewersHerbert taught viewers all about scienceall about science Mr. WizardMr. Wizard
  • 48. 48 Round 3Round 3 AbsolutelyAbsolutely UselessUseless Knowledge.Knowledge. SPELLING COUNTS!SPELLING COUNTS!
  • 49. 49 Question 1 – UselessQuestion 1 – Useless
  • 50. 50 Question 2 – UselessQuestion 2 – Useless
  • 51. 51 Question 3 – UselessQuestion 3 – Useless
  • 52. 52 Question 4 – UselessQuestion 4 – Useless
  • 53. 53 Question 5 – UselessQuestion 5 – Useless
  • 54. 54 Question 6 – UselessQuestion 6 – Useless
  • 55. 55 Question 7 – UselessQuestion 7 – Useless
  • 56. 56 Question 8 – UselessQuestion 8 – Useless
  • 57. 57 Question 9 – UselessQuestion 9 – Useless
  • 58. 58 Question 10 – UselessQuestion 10 – Useless
  • 59. 59 Round 4Round 4 DingbatsDingbats
  • 60. 60 Question 1 – UselessQuestion 1 – Useless Arj BarkerArj Barker
  • 61. 61 Question 2 – UselessQuestion 2 – Useless Zach GalifianakisZach Galifianakis
  • 62. 62 Question 3 – UselessQuestion 3 – Useless Demetri Martin Demetri Martin 
  • 63. 63 Question 4 – UselessQuestion 4 – Useless Stephen LynchStephen Lynch
  • 64. 64 Question 5 – UselessQuestion 5 – Useless Patton OswaltPatton Oswalt
  • 65. 65 Question 6 – UselessQuestion 6 – Useless Mitch HedbergMitch Hedberg
  • 66. 66 Question 7 – UselessQuestion 7 – Useless Billy ConnollyBilly Connolly
  • 67. 67 Question 8 – UselessQuestion 8 – Useless
  • 68. 68 Question 9 – UselessQuestion 9 – Useless Steven WrightSteven Wright
  • 69. 69 Question 10 – UselessQuestion 10 – Useless George CarlinGeorge Carlin
  • 70. 70 Handout RoundHandout Round Round 4Round 4 DingbatsDingbats
  • 71. 71 Next RoundNext Round Round 5 – Double PointsRound 5 – Double Points ConnectionsConnections The next 9 answersThe next 9 answers all have somethingall have something in common.in common.
  • 72. 72 Question 1Question 1 In which 1994 filmIn which 1994 film did Whoopidid Whoopi Goldberg provideGoldberg provide the voice of a hyenathe voice of a hyena called Shenzi?called Shenzi?
  • 73. 73 Question 2Question 2 Richard BransonRichard Branson owns which Britishowns which British Record label?Record label?
  • 74. 74 Question 3Question 3 Name this character fromName this character from Mortal KombatMortal Kombat Name this character fromName this character from Mortal KombatMortal Kombat
  • 75. 75 Question 4Question 4 Name the MLB teamName the MLB team that derives theirthat derives their name from twoname from two cities.cities.
  • 76. 76 Question 5Question 5 "Fierce"Fierce Creatures"Creatures" was the followwas the follow up to whichup to which successfulsuccessful comedy film?comedy film?
  • 77. 77 Question 6Question 6 From which animal does Cashmere wool come
  • 78. 78 Question 7Question 7 In Greek mythology,In Greek mythology, what creature had awhat creature had a mans head, trunk andmans head, trunk and arms, and a horse'sarms, and a horse's body and legs?body and legs?
  • 79. 79 Question 8Question 8 Hermit, spiderHermit, spider and blue areand blue are all types ofall types of whichwhich creature?creature?
  • 80. 80 Question 9Question 9 In which film didIn which film did Robert De NiroRobert De Niro play boxerplay boxer Jake La Motta?Jake La Motta?
  • 81. 81 Question 10Question 10 What is theWhat is the connectionconnection between the ninebetween the nine answers?answers?
  • 82. 82 Final ResultsFinal Results Answers areAnswers are next.next.
  • 83. 83 Question 1Question 1 In which 1994 film did WhoopiIn which 1994 film did Whoopi Goldberg provide the voice ofGoldberg provide the voice of a hyena called Shenzi?a hyena called Shenzi? The Lion KingThe Lion King
  • 84. 84 Question 2Question 2 Richard BransonRichard Branson owns which Britishowns which British Record label?Record label? Virgin RecordsVirgin Records
  • 85. 85 Question 3Question 3 Name this character fromName this character from Mortal KombatMortal Kombat ScorpionScorpion
  • 86. 86 Question 4Question 4 Name the MLB teamName the MLB team that derives theirthat derives their name from two cities.name from two cities. Minnesota TwinsMinnesota Twins
  • 87. 87 Question 5Question 5 "Fierce"Fierce Creatures" wasCreatures" was the follow up tothe follow up to which successfulwhich successful comedy film?comedy film? Fish Called WandaFish Called Wanda
  • 88. 88 Question 6Question 6 From which animal does Cashmere wool come from? GoatGoat
  • 89. 89 Question 7Question 7 In Greek mythology, whatIn Greek mythology, what creature had a manscreature had a mans head, trunk and arms,head, trunk and arms, and a horse's body andand a horse's body and legs?legs? CentaurCentaur
  • 90. 90 Question 8Question 8 Hermit, spiderHermit, spider and blue are alland blue are all types of whichtypes of which creature?creature? CrabCrab
  • 91. 91 Question 9Question 9 In which film didIn which film did Robert De Niro playRobert De Niro play boxer Jake La Motta?boxer Jake La Motta? Raging BullRaging Bull
  • 92. 92 Question 10Question 10 Connection?Connection? Representations of signs of the zodiacRepresentations of signs of the zodiac Leo - the LionLeo - the Lion Virgo - the VirginVirgo - the Virgin Scorpio - the ScorpionScorpio - the Scorpion Gemini - the TwinsGemini - the Twins Pisces - the FishPisces - the Fish Capricorn - the GoatCapricorn - the Goat Sagittarius - the CentaurSagittarius - the Centaur Cancer - the CrabCancer - the Crab Taurus - the BullTaurus - the Bull