Trivia Game #28

Round One:

1. In the Hospital: In which of the following hospital units will you find patients with non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries? The Critical Care Unit, or the Intensive Care Unit, or the Urgent Care Unit?

2. Bin Ladin: Name the city in Pakistan where the Navy Seals finished off Osama Bin Ladin.

3. Colorado: In 1999 Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold massacred a bunch of students at what now-famous Colorado high school?

4. Doctorspeak: Which of the following is the common name for what doctors call urticaria? Athlete's foot, or hives, or sore throat?

5. American History: What future US president was the lawyer who defended the British soldiers charged with the 1770 Boston Massacre?

6. Friends of Oprah: Name the Muslim physician/tv host made famous by Oprah Winfrey.

Round Two:

1. Animated Characters: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were all named for famous people sharing what same occupation and what same nationality?

2. TV History: On what show did Bill Murray and Dan Akroyd first become famous?

3. Movie History: Name the actor who played the Scarecrow in "The Wizard of Oz."

4. What the Dickens? What legendary comedian played the role of Mr. Micawber in the 1935 movie version of Dickens' David Copperfield?

5. Fifth Grade Science: The Periodic Table lists all the known what? Atomic particles, or phases of the Moon, or elements?

6. Technology: Around the Manhattan Project "Fat Man" and "Little Boy" were nicknames for what two pieces of military technology?


The 3 Musketeers? Name the 4 main characters in "The Three Musketeers."
Round Three (Usually the first question of Round Three comes from a guest trivia buff. It could be very easy, or it could be something almost nobody gets right. Good Luck!)

1. Guest Question: Marilyn J. in Alabama wants to know what the the Latin phrase "Ars gratia artis" means.

2. Sports: What was basketballer Kareem Abdul Jabbar's birth name?

3. TV Geography: In what US city was "Married with Children" set? Atlanta, or Boston, or Chicago, or Detroit?

4. The Days of Al Capone: In what year did the famous St.Valentine's Day gangland massacre take place? 1919, or 1929, or 1939?

5. Olympic History: In 1972 terrorists attacked the Olympic Village and killed several of the competing athletes. In what European city?

6. Incompetent Soldiers: What 1968 event made 2nd Lieutenant William "Rusty" Calley an almost daily news story for many months?


The O.K. Corral and all that Jazz: Name any four of the famous/infamous Earp Brothers.


I-1. The Urgent Care Unit
I-2. Abbotabad
I-3. Columbine High School
I-4. hives
I-5. John Adams
I-6. Doctor (Mehmet) Oz

II-1. They were all named for Italian painters.
II-2. "Saturday Night Live"
II-3. Ray Bolger
II-4. W. C. Fields
II-5. elements
II-6. atomic bombs (that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki)

TTT-a. Aramis
TTT-b. Athos
TTT-c. Porthos
TTT-d. D'Artagnan

III-1. "Art for art's sake."
III-2. Lew Alcindor
III-3. Chicago
III-4. 1929
III-5. Munich, Germany
III-6. The My Lai Massacre in Vietnam

Final Question Answer:

Wyatt, Morgan, Virgil, Warren, and James

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