Category Archives: Quizzo

Pics and Scores of Last Week’s Quiz



  1. In the Lead 115
  2. Motor City of Brotherly Love 109
  3. Boobs Are a Bonus 94



  1. Chris & Kevin & the Stolen Teammate 102
  2. Jawn F Kennedy 97 (won tiebreaker)
  3. Irritable Owl Syndrome 97



  1. Lost Paper 120
  2. Underground Bard 117
  3. Insert Witty Team Name Here 96
  4. Particles in Her Box 96


  1. Hispanic at the Disco 123
  2. Synch Trampoline 121
  3. Quizzo for Christ 120



  1. 21 to Drink. 6 Figures to Sleep Over 121
  2. Tempura House 120
  3. Comey Comey Chameleon 113


  1. They All Look the Same 106
  2. Hufflepuff Ryde or Die 1104
  3. Governor Quiz Quiztie 93


  1. The Juice is Loose 108
  2. They Thought That Was the Game 84
  3. Mac Attack 78



  1. CGA 122
  2. New Point and a Unicorn 106
  3. A Team Has No Name 98

Question of the Week


What spectacular river in Colombia is known as the River of the Five Colors?

Those Steak Em Up Guys and I Are in A Documentary. About Quizzo. Seriously.

A few years ago, some of you old schoolers might remember, we had video cameras following us each week at the Bards for a while. The result was this…believe it or not…a full length film about quizzo. And after watching it, I’ll think you’ll agree, Garbo is well on his way to Hollywood superstardom. Actually, this is a very fun film. I think you’ll dig it. If you do, please feel free to share it on facebook and twitter.

Question of the Week

Who plays Eugene in the film “Crossroads”, about legendary guitarist Robert Johnson?

Question of the Week

This man created the spectacular Coral Castle in Florida City in 1923, then amazingly moved all 1000 tons of it to Homestead, Florida in 1936. Who was this eccentric genius?

Quizzo News and Notes

  • If you want to check on your actual brackets that you filled out, click here.
  • And here’s a fun piece in which I went to the library to see what they wrote about Wilt’s 100 point game the day after he did it. The political headline I found (posted at the bottom of the story) is going to blow your mind.
  • The Spring Invitational is now underway. Scores will be posted on Monday.
  • Have a great weekend, everybody.

Who Said It, Rick Santorum or Adolf Hitler?

A few days ago, Santorum compared Obama to Hitler, but in fact it is Santorum who has a few political ideals shockingly similar to Hitler’s. Don’t believe me? Take this 50/50 round and see if you can figure out who said what.

"I love my children. I love my friends, my brother. I even love my mother in law. Should we call these relationships marriage too?"

"There is a road to freedom. It's milestones are Obedience, endeavour, honesty, order, cleanliness, sobriety, truthfulness, sacrifice, and love of your country."

"Isn't that the ultimate homeland security, standing up and defending marriage?"

"A woman's world is her husband, her family, her children and her home. It's not right when she presses into the world of men."

"The radical feminsts succeeded in undermining the traditional family and convincing women that professional accomplishments are the key to happiness."

"The idea is that the state doesn't have rights to limit individuals' wants and passions. I disagree with that."

"Our whole public life today is like a hothouse for sexual ideas and simulations. Theater, art, literature, cinema, the press...must be cleansed of all manifestations of our rotting world and placed in the service of a moral, political, and cultural ideal."

"Marriage is an institution called upon to produce images of the Lord and not monstrosities halfway between man and ape."

"We want to fill our culture again with the Christian spirit ... We want to burn out all the recent immoral developments in literature, in the theater, and in the press - in short, we want to burn out the poison of immorality which has entered into our whole life and culture as a result of liberal excess during the past ... few years."

"This is a spiritual war. And the Father of Lies has his sights on what you would think the Father of Lies would have his sights on: a good, decent, powerful, (and) influential country."

You Write the Questions Round

I know how good you nerds are at answering questions. Let’s see how good you are at writing them. Here’s how it works: Send me a message on facebook or by sending me an email ( with 1-3 trivia questions in it. I will take the best 10 questions I receive (no more than one per team) to make up the wild card round tomorrow night. They can be on any topic. Just send me a message with the questions and your team name. Let’s see what you got.

Five Cool Things We Learned This Week


  • Barbie dolls were based on an “adult” gag gift in Germany known as a Bild Lilli doll. “Early fashions are noted for their particular seductive design. Originally this doll had been produced as an advertisement gag for adults.” In 1956, an American woman named Ruth Handler, whose husband was one half of the Mattel ownership team, went to Germany on vacation. She came across the Bild Lilli doll, purchased three, and gave one to her daughter, whose name was Barbie. Her daughter loved the toy, and Mattel decided to take a chance on the first adult doll for kids. Needless to say, it paid off handsomely.

The Craziest Week of Quizzo Ever? It’s Quite Possible

Sex, Drugs, and Rock n Roll Week seemed to change everything. The Jams, Duane’s World, Steak Em Up, and L. Ron’s Diabetics all lost. (Thus confirming every stereotype you have about the relationship between nerds and sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll.) Two teams won while playing their very first quizzo (7 Boobs and My Grandfather was Scottish), while the Mister Lippers won their 2nd quizzo ever.

Meanwhile, things are nuts over on the Facebook Physical Challenge Board, as people seem to have lots of pictures with themselves next to statues for some reason. If you want to score some physical challenge points, I highly suggest a trip over to facebook. You have until Monday to get a photo up of you in front of a statue.

And as if things weren’t crazy enough, Mom and Her Sun finished last at the Rendezvous, meaning I was able to capture the photo above, believed to be the first photo in world history of two black guys holding a Michael Bolton CD. They told me they were going to be blasting him on their car stereo all summer long.

I do expect things to return to some semblance of normal next week. Rejoice nerds…it’s going to be Humanities and Science week.

This is Great

The team above at City Tap House had the team name Johnny Depp Ain’t Got S*** on Michael Bolton. Incredibly, in the 4th round of this week’s quiz, there was a question, “In 1983, Laura Branigan had a hit with this song How Am I Supposed to Live W/o You? Who had a hit with that same song in 1989?” The correct answer was Michael Bolton. They got it wrong.

Question of the Week

teenagers1What 1959 film was directed by Tom Graeff and had the amazing tagline of, “Thrill-crazed space kids blasting the flesh off humans!”?

Schedule for Quizzo Bowl

worldcafeThis is a rough schedule. We could go a little long, we could go a little short. Count on more or less 3 hours. Yeah, I know it’s longer than your normal quiz…but this ain’t your normal quiz. Relax, it’s Saturday night.

Also, very important: we are starting at 8 p.m. real time, not 8 p.m. JGT time. Teams of 4 or less, please be there no later than 7:30! We need to get smaller teams organized into larger teams, and the earlier we can get that done the better. That will be a great help in having us start on time. If you are a team of 6 or less, you will almost certainly


7 p.m. Doors
8 p.m. Opening Number (There will be no rapping or dancing during this portion of the program.)
8:10 Quizzo Bowl begins.
8:25 End of Round One, Haulin Oats takes the stage
8:40 Haulin Oats finishes, Round two begins
9:00 Round Two ends, Intermission
9:10 Angry Man Bing Supernova
9:15 Magician Norm Klar
9:35 Round 3 begins
9:50 Round 3 ends, Haulin Oats plays
10:05 p.m. Haulin Oats finishes, Round Four begins
10:20 Round Four ends, Haulin Oats begins
10:35 Haulin Oats ends, Scores announced
10:50 Show over.
11:15 Afterparty at City Tap House

Celeste DiNucci Beats Watson, Gets Crushed at Quizzo

celesteThe world of trivia is a strange one indeed. Some of you may remember Celeste DiNucci, who won $250,000 on Jeopardy a few years ago. Well, she was one of the contestants who was invited back to take on Watson, the IBM computer that will be appearing on Jeopardy starting tonight. Though her match with Watson was not televised, she did receive an award (above) for knocking him off. And she gets major badass points for doing so while wearing a John Henry shirt.

Not long after knocking off Watson however, she ran into the buzzsaw that was the Adam Sandler round at quizzo. I think we’ve found Celeste’s weakness. After crashing hard in the Sandler round, her team finished last at O’Neals. And so, not long after earning an award for knocking off the most advanced trivia computer in the world, she won some Double Platinum Wild Honey blunt rolling papers for finishing last at O’Neals (below). I don’t think blunt rolling papers are ever a prize on Jeopardy. That said, she’ll have a shot to redeem herself this Saturday…rumor has it she’s putting a kickass team together for Quizzo Bowl.