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Last Call Trivia Podcast is a weekly show that features questions that previously appeared at live Trivia Nights in bars and restaurants across the U.S. We believe the most exciting part of Trivia Night is the discussion that the questions spark and the connections those conversations create. That's why the Last Call Trivia Team focuses on "showing their work" and talking through their journey to the answer. Each game starts off with one round of general knowledge Trivia, followed by a "bonus question." The second round of Trivia is themed toward a specific topic each week. Then, the game wraps up with a multi-part final question. Get ready to join in on the Last Call Trivia Team to see how far your curiosity can take you! And to learn more about all of Last Call Trivia's products and services, visit https://www.lastcalltrivia.com/

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#29 - Which of the Earth's Deserts Would You Most Like to Visit?
1w ago
#29 - Which of the Earth's Deserts Would You Most Like to Visit?
Welcome to Episode #29 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! Our game starts off with a round of general knowledge questions. After we’re all warmed up, it’s time to explore some Desert Trivia!Round OneWe kick things off with a Common Bonds Trivia question that challenges the Team to identify a popular ‘90s song and an animated movie that share the same name. Next up, we’re sticking in the “titles” realm with a Television Trivia question about one of the original titles floated by the co-creator of a long-running TV series.The first round concludes with a Technology Trivia question about a digital assistant that was first introduced in the 1990s.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a callback to the show named in the Television question of the first round.Round TwoWe’ve reached our theme round for today’s game. Hopefully you remembered to pack your canteen and compass because it’s time for some Desert Trivia! Round Two begins with a Terms Trivia question about a word that is commonly used to refer to a specific desert feature in the Southwestern U.S.Next up, a Fashion Trivia question asks the Team to name a style of shorts originally developed for the British Army.Round Two concludes with a Countries Trivia question about the primary home of the Kalahari Desert.Final QuestionIt’s time for the dramatic conclusion of today’s game with a multi-part Final Question. And today’s final category of choice is Television.
#29 - Which of the Earth's Deserts Would You Most Like to Visit?
1w ago
#29 - Which of the Earth's Deserts Would You Most Like to Visit?
Welcome to Episode #29 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! Our game starts off with a round of general knowledge questions. After we’re all warmed up, it’s time to explore some Desert Trivia!Round OneWe kick things off with a Common Bonds Trivia question that challenges the Team to identify a popular ‘90s song and an animated movie that share the same name. Next up, we’re sticking in the “titles” realm with a Television Trivia question about one of the original titles floated by the co-creator of a long-running TV series.The first round concludes with a Technology Trivia question about a digital assistant that was first introduced in the 1990s.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a callback to the show named in the Television question of the first round.Round TwoWe’ve reached our theme round for today’s game. Hopefully you remembered to pack your canteen and compass because it’s time for some Desert Trivia! Round Two begins with a Terms Trivia question about a word that is commonly used to refer to a specific desert feature in the Southwestern U.S.Next up, a Fashion Trivia question asks the Team to name a style of shorts originally developed for the British Army.Round Two concludes with a Countries Trivia question about the primary home of the Kalahari Desert.Final QuestionIt’s time for the dramatic conclusion of today’s game with a multi-part Final Question. And today’s final category of choice is Television.
#28 - Did You Know It's Illegal To Slay Bigfoot?
21-06-2022
#28 - Did You Know It's Illegal To Slay Bigfoot?
It’s time for Episode #28 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As usual, we start off with a round of general knowledge questions, and then we’re channeling our inner Elle Woods for a theme round of Law Trivia.Round OneToday’s game begins with a Science Trivia question about an important alloy.Next up, a History Trivia question calls back to Time magazine’s Person of the Year from 2014.The first round wraps up with a Landmarks Trivia question about an iconic structure that was built in the 17th century.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a callback to the location named in the Landmarks question above.Round TwoOrder in the courtroom everyone, the Team is about to present their case for the answers to some Law Trivia! The legal world offers plenty of interesting Trivia tidbits. For example, in 1969, a law was passed in Skamania County, Washington that deemed the "slaying of Bigfoot to be a felony and punishable by 5 years in prison."Round Two begins with a States Trivia question about a southern U.S. state that has a unique approach to its legal code.Next, a straightforward Law Trivia question asks the Team to name an important piece of legislation that was signed into law in 1990.Round Two concludes with an Entertainment Trivia question about a 2007 legal battle between the Red Hot Chili Peppers and a major cable television network.Final QuestionIt’s time for the last challenge of today’s game with a multi-part Final Question. And this Events question does present a challenge, indeed.
#27 - Would You Rather Run Into a Coalition of Cheetahs or a Leap of Leopards?
14-06-2022
#27 - Would You Rather Run Into a Coalition of Cheetahs or a Leap of Leopards?
Welcome to Episode #27 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! After starting with a round of general knowledge questions, we’re getting wild with today’s theme round of Animal Terms Trivia!Round OneFirst up, a People Trivia question highlights some unique pedestrian traffic lights in Germany that feature likenesses of a major celebrity.Next up, a Characters Trivia question challenges the team to identify the group of animated characters based on several of their names, including Blob, Bump, Scooter, and more.The first round concludes with a Literature Trivia question about the first line of a popular Jules Verne novel.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a callback to the novel named in the Literature question above.Round TwoWho’s ready to bark out some answers for today’s theme round? Make sure to give a roar when you get them correct because it’s time for some Animal Terms Trivia!Round Two kicks off with a Latin Origins Trivia question about a Latin term that is still commonly used when referring to a specific type of animal.Next, a Mythology Trivia question sticks in the same general vicinity, calling on both Greek and Roman mythology.Round Two wraps up with a Groups Trivia question that challenges the Trivia Team to identify an animal based on the multiple terms that are used to refer to them when in groups.Final QuestionWe’ve reached the finale of today’s game with the multi-part Final Question. The category of choice is People… specifically those with ridiculously deep pockets.
#25 - Are You In Your (Chemical) Element?
31-05-2022
#25 - Are You In Your (Chemical) Element?
Welcome to Episode #25 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! Join us as we kick off the game with a round of general knowledge questions covering a range of categories. Next, bust out your lab gear for a themed round of Chemical Elements Trivia!Round OneToday’s game starts off with a Cities Trivia question about a famous event that takes place in Spain.Next up, a Sports Trivia question challenges the Team to identify the holiday that overlaps with a major annual tennis tournament.The first round wraps up with a Companies Trivia question about a large consumer goods corporation that owns many of the personal care brands we use on a daily basis.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question dives deeper into the consumer goods corporation named in the Companies question from Round One.Round TwoWith 118 known chemical elements and nearly an infinite number of possible compounds, the opportunities for Round Two are endless. Put on those lab coats listeners, because it’s time for Chemical Elements Trivia!Round Two kicks off with a Food Trivia question about an element that’s found in seafood and is used in chemical tests.Next up, a Science Trivia question gives the Team the opportunity to experiment with the options while debating which energy-producing device converts hydrogen into electricity.Round Two concludes with a Health & Fitness Trivia question about the scientific term for a specific type of exercise.Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question. The category for today’s final is Sports, which is a fitting way to follow the previous Health & Fitness question!
#22 - Who's Your Favorite Fictional Archaeologist?
10-05-2022
#22 - Who's Your Favorite Fictional Archaeologist?
It’s time for Episode #22 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As usual, we kick off the game with a round of general knowledge questions covering a variety of categories. Then, we’re diving into some of our favorite stories with a round of Fictional Characters Trivia!Round OneToday’s game starts with a Beverages Trivia question about a special serving container used for a specific drink in China.Next up, a Common Bonds Trivia question makes the connection between a character from Disney’s Aladdin and a word for royalty in India. The round concludes with a Geography Trivia question that challenges the Team to name which U.S. state is home to three specific regions.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question takes a closer look at the answer to the Geography question from the previous round. Specifically, the Team is asked to guess the total length of the border of the state.Round TwoIt’s time to dig out your favorite books, movies, and video games because today’s theme round is all about Fictional Characters Trivia!Round Two starts with a History Trivia question about a real-life gold miner who was said to be the inspiration for a fictional character.Next, a Character Portrayals Trivia question asks the team to name the fictional English archaeologist that two big-name actresses have played on the big screen. Round Two concludes with a Literature Trivia question about a classic novel with a uniquely named protagonist.Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question. The category for today’s final is Movies, and it’s time to take a look back at some of the biggest blockbusters of 2021!
#21 - Did You Know That You -- Yes You! -- Have Been ‘Time’ Person of the Year?
03-05-2022
#21 - Did You Know That You -- Yes You! -- Have Been ‘Time’ Person of the Year?
It’s time for Episode #21 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As usual, today’s game starts off with a round of general knowledge questions that cover a variety of categories. Next, get ready to hop on those planes, trains, and automobiles for a theme round of Transportation Trivia!Round OneWe kick off the game with a Words Trivia question that has a tie-in to a popular comedy film from the 1980s.Next up, a People Trivia question challenges the Trivia Team to name the actor and musician who composed the theme song for several popular television shows. The round concludes with a Presidents Trivia question about the only U.S. president to have been named Time Person of the Year prior to being elected.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question dives deeper into the history of the Person of the Year selections. Round TwoWhether you’re team “road trip” or team “catching flights,” we’ve got a little something for everyone with a theme round of Transportation Trivia!Round Two starts with a Cars Trivia question about a luxury vehicle brand that recently switched to an all-SUV lineup.Next, we have a Companies Trivia question about a travel trailer whose shape was inspired by designs by Hawley Bowlus.Round Two concludes with an Aviation Trivia question about the world’s oldest continuously operated airport.Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question. The category for today’s final is Literature, and it’s time for all the Charles Dickens enthusiasts out there to shine!
#18 - What Do You Think of When You Hear the Word Romance?
12-04-2022
#18 - What Do You Think of When You Hear the Word Romance?
Welcome to Episode #18 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! We kick off the game with a round of general knowledge questions to get the party started. Then we have a theme round of Romance Trivia…but it might not be the kind of romance you’re expecting!Round OneThe game starts off with a Military Trivia question that asks the Trivia team to identify which branch of the U.S. military uses a particular motto.Next, a Places Trivia question takes us on a challenging hike at a U.S. National Park.The round wraps up with a Cars Trivia question about a previously discontinued car model that’s making a return in the 2023 model year.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the answer to the Cars question from the first round. If you’ve been browsing for new cars lately, now’s your time to shine!Round TwoIn today’s Theme Round, we’re tackling Romance Trivia. But it’s not all x’s and o’s here – we’re casting a wide net when it comes to the definition of “romance!” Round Two starts with a Terms Trivia question about a phrase that’s named after a city in Scotland.Next, we’re switching gears for a Characters Trivia question about the 1997 romantic comedy, My Best Friend’s Wedding.Round Two concludes with a Languages Trivia question that dives into the origin of – you guessed it – the Romance languages.Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question, and today’s Cities question will take us on a fly-over tour of the United States.
#17 - What's the Breakfast of Trivia Champions?
05-04-2022
#17 - What's the Breakfast of Trivia Champions?
Welcome to Episode #17 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As usual, we start out today’s game with a round of general knowledge questions to get warmed up. Then we have a delicious theme round of Breakfast Trivia. Who’s hungry for some Trivia??Round OneWe kick things off with a Logos Trivia question about an iconic green and yellow logo from a company that’s been around since 1837.Next up, we have a Book Link Trivia question that asks our players to name the author who wrote three specific short stories.A Television Trivia question caps off the first round of the game.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question requires a combination of Trivia and math. We ask the players to guess the product of the number of Will & Grace episodes the actor named in the Television question appeared in and the number of Grammy Awards he won.Round TwoIn today’s Theme Round, we’re digging into some Breakfast Trivia!Round Two starts with a Products Trivia question about a lawsuit filed against Kellogg’s in 2021.Next, we’re taking things overseas with an International Foods Trivia question.Round Two concludes with a Phrases Trivia question about a betting phrase inspired by a popular breakfast treat.Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question, and it’s a super fun one today. In this Band or Name Final, the Team is given five names and asked to determine whether each of them is a band name or a celebrity baby name.
#16 - Which Word Has the Best Origin Story?
29-03-2022
#16 - Which Word Has the Best Origin Story?
Welcome back for Episode #16 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! In today’s game, we kick things off with a round of general knowledge questions, as usual. Then, for today’s theme round, we challenge our Team with Etymology Trivia questions about the origins of some common words.Round OneToday’s show starts off with a Food Trivia question about a popular children’s cereal and mascot, which were both developed to solve a common complaint about this breakfast food.Next up, we have an Animals Trivia question that touches on a rare lobster with a name inspired by a sweet treat.Round One concludes with a Music Trivia question about three rock legends who sadly joined the “Forever 27 Club” within a year of each other.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Music Trivia question in Round One. Unfortunately, many talented entertainers have passed away at the age of 27, hence the “Forever 27 Club.” The Trivia Team is asked to guess how many entertainers are listed in the Hall of Fame of the Forever 27 Club website.Round TwoIt’s time for our Theme Round of the game, and today we’re testing our knowledge with Etymology Trivia. Do you know the origin stories behind these words? Let’s find out!Round Two starts with a Science Trivia question that asks the Trivia Team to identify a bonding material that’s name comes from a Latin phrase.Next, we have a Words Trivia question, which is fitting given the theme. You may have a shot at this question if you’re familiar with Greek, or if you’re an avid fan of this type of live performance.Round Two concludes with a Companies Trivia question that has our Team feeling pretty stumped. Do you know the French word for “nightingale”? Are you familiar with winter sports gear? If so, the players could definitely use your help on this one!Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question in the category of Television. In today’s Final, the Trivia Team is asked to name the state where the majority of episodes for four popular TV shows took place.It’s a nail-biter of a question, as half of the answers come to our players quickly and the other half cause more of a debate. Can you help the Team come up with all four correct answers? Tune in and find out!
#15 - What's the Secret to a Memorable Newspaper Headline?
22-03-2022
#15 - What's the Secret to a Memorable Newspaper Headline?
Welcome to Episode #15 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As usual, the game kicks off with a round of general knowledge Trivia to get the wheels turning. Then we’re putting on our best Newsies impression for a round of Newspaper Trivia.Round OneWe start out today’s show with a Geography Trivia question about a particular Nordic country located between Greenland and Norway. Next, we have a Lyrics Trivia question that references a 2009 Black Eyed Peas song that features two Hebrew phrases.Round One wraps up with a Companies Trivia question about the world’s first “ski-thru” which opened at the California mountain resort Palisades Tahoe in 2012. Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Companies question from Round One. The Trivia Team is asked to guess how many locations this chain had in 1991, and they draw from several interesting references to come up with their answer.Round TwoIt’s time for our Theme Round of the game, and today we’re tackling Newspaper Trivia. Extra, extra, read all about it! Round Two kicks off with a Business Trivia question that asks the team to identify which newspaper was purchased by Jeff Bezos in 2013. Next, we have a History Trivia question about one of the most memorable newspaper headlines of all time…which also happened to be incorrect.Round Two concludes with a Symbols Trivia question about the earliest reference to a popular U.S. symbol.Final QuestionIt’s time to take things home with a multi-part Final Question in the category of Movies. In today’s Final, the Trivia Team is asked to name four specific films based on their working titles and stars.
#14 - How Many Tom Hanks Characters Can You Name?
15-03-2022
#14 - How Many Tom Hanks Characters Can You Name?
Welcome to Episode #14 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! Join us as we kick off the show with a round of general knowledge Trivia. Then, we’re paying tribute to one of the most beloved actors of all time with a round of Tom Hanks Trivia.Round OneToday’s show starts off with a Food Trivia question about a particular style of pasta. As the Trivia Team points out, the many different shapes of pasta have been created to pair perfectly with specific sauces and ingredients.Next up, we have a Television Trivia question about an iconic TV mom who has been played by both Barbara Billingsley and Janine Turner. Round One concludes with a History Trivia question that references famous architect Christopher Wren, known for his work on rebuilding over 50 churches following a massive fire.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the History question from Round One. Our Trivia Team is asked to guess how many churches were destroyed in the fire referenced in the previous question.Round TwoAs always, we’ve got a theme for Round Two of the game. Get ready to make a Splash, movie buffs, because we’re talking about an actor who’s in A League of Their Own when it comes to Big roles. That’s right, it’s time for Tom Hanks Trivia!We start Round two with an Awards Trivia question that challenges the team to name the two films that allowed Tom Hanks to become just the second person ever to win back-to-back Oscars for Best Actor in a Lead Role.Next up, we have a Characters Trivia question about one of Tom Hanks’ many award-nominated roles in Cast Away.Round Two concludes with a Magic Trivia question about the 1988 comedy, Big. Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question in the category of Landmarks. Get ready for a Trivia road trip across the U.S.!In today’s Final, the Trivia Team is asked to place four famous landmarks in order by how long they took to complete, from longest to shortest.
#13 - Which Classic Video Game Character Would You Choose as Your Avatar?
08-03-2022
#13 - Which Classic Video Game Character Would You Choose as Your Avatar?
Welcome back for Episode #13 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! Join the Trivia Team as we start off with a round of general knowledge Trivia questions. Then, it’s time to choose your player character for a round of Video Game Trivia.Round OneWe kick things off with a Lyrics Trivia question about the 1979 earworm, “Escape.” Next up, we have a People Trivia question about a famous inventor who helped cure Mark Twain of an uncomfortable ailment.Round One wraps up with a Presidents Trivia question that asks our team to name the U.S. President with a specific phrase inscribed on his tomb.Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Presidents question from Round One. Our Trivia Team is asked to identify when the last living descendent of this President passed away. They have an interesting methodology behind their answer, but will it be enough to earn them the Bonus Point? Listen in and find out!Round TwoMuch to the joy of at least one member of the Trivia Team, the theme for Round Two of today’s show is Video Game Trivia. Ready, Player One! The category for the first question is Common Bonds, and the Team is asked to identify a military term that also appears in the name of a popular video game series.Next up, we have a Characters Trivia question about a star from several classic Nintendo video games. Round Two concludes with a Movies Trivia question that asks the Team to name the arcade game that MGM sent to Matthew Broderick to help him prepare for his role in WarGames. Final QuestionIt’s time to cap things off with a multi-part Final Question in the category of History. Hopefully you’ve brought your sea-legs along for this one!In today’s Final Question, the Trivia Team is asked to place four famous ships in order of their maiden voyages from earliest to most recent. The Team is quickly able to identify the maiden voyage date of one of the ships, but will they be able to correctly place the others? Listen in to see if you can help sort them!
#12 - What's the Common Bond Between Zippers, Aspirin, and Popsicles?
01-03-2022
#12 - What's the Common Bond Between Zippers, Aspirin, and Popsicles?
Welcome to Episode #12 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As always, our show kicks off with three general knowledge Trivia questions in Round One to get the ball rolling. In Round Two, our Trivia Team gets to try their hand at a round of questions all about genericized trademarks. Round OneToday’s show starts off with a Books Trivia question about a multinational conglomerate publishing company that was founded in 2013. Next up, we have an Anatomy Trivia question…or is it a spelling Trivia question? Either way, our Trivia Team brainstorms through a handful of the 206 bones in the human body in search of the correct answer.Round One concludes with a Movies Trivia question about a heated debate between Ben Affleck and the director of Armageddon. Bonus QuestionToday’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Armageddon question in Round One. So if you’re a big fan of the movie listen up…or maybe don’t. Because in today’s Bonus Question, we’re talking about the number of scientific inaccuracies in the film as called out by NASA themselves. Spoiler alert: it’s a lot.Round TwoAs usual, Round Two of the game is themed after a particular topic, and today we’re talkin’ about Genericized Trademarks Trivia. P.S., the common bond between zippers, aspirin, and popsicles is that they’re all genericized trademarks themselves! Round Two starts with a Tools Trivia question. One member of the Trivia Team is able to draw on their experience from theater set design to help brainstorm some potential answers.Next up, we have a Products Trivia question which is a fittingly general category for the theme of genericized trademarks.Round Two wraps up with a Language Trivia question that allows our Trivia Team full of Anglophiles to put their knowledge of British slang to good use. Final QuestionIt’s time to finish up the game strong with a multi-part Final Question in the category of Companies. Who’s ready to show off their business acumen??In today’s Final Question, the Trivia Team is asked to name the country where four specific companies were founded. While the Team is able to breeze through most of them, one particular company throws them through a loop. Listen in to see if you can reason your way to the right answer!
#11 - Which Voice Actor Would You Cast for the Role of a Lion?
22-02-2022
#11 - Which Voice Actor Would You Cast for the Role of a Lion?
Welcome to Episode #11 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! Join in as the Podcast Trivia Team first kicks things off with a round of general knowledge Trivia questions. As usual, the questions in Round Two are themed towards a specific topic, and today’s theme is Famous “Kings.”Round OneLet’s get the ball rolling with a Toys Trivia question about a brand that was all the rage in the 1980s and early 1990s.Next up, a Technology Trivia question takes us back to the early days of YouTube. Specifically, the very first video ever posted on the platform.Round One concludes with a Lyrics Trivia question about an early 1980s song by John Mellencamp. Or "John Cougar," as he was then performing as.Bonus QuestionWe’re moving right along to the Bonus Question and you better protect your wallets, because today we’re talking about wedding costs! Several members of the Trivia Team have very recent experience with wedding planning, but will that be enough to help them determine what the average wedding cost was in 2021?Round TwoAs usual, Round Two is themed after a particular topic, and today’s theme of choice is Famous “Kings.” Be sure to take note of those quotation marks, because you won’t find the likes of Henry VIII or Charlemagne in these questions!Round Two starts with a Literature Trivia question about Stephen King (see what we did there). The Trivia Team brainstorms all of the King novels they can think of to try to determine which one may have once come in a limited-edition version that was bound in asbestos.Next up, we have a People Trivia question about a former aide to Martin Luther King who went on to have a career in politics, finishing as runner-up in the 1988 Democratic Primary.Round Two concludes with a Movies Trivia question about one of Disney’s most popular properties of all time, The Lion King.Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question in the category of Astronomy. Warm up those telescopes, fellow stargazers!In today’s Final Question, the Trivia Team is asked to place five specific celestial objects in order of size from largest to smallest. The Team pulls from a number of references to determine the order they lock in, but will it be enough to land on the correct answer? Listen in and find out!
#10 - Do You Remember The Most-Watched Super Bowl Ad Of All Time?
15-02-2022
#10 - Do You Remember The Most-Watched Super Bowl Ad Of All Time?
It’s time for Episode #10 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! As usual, the game kicks off with a round of general knowledge Trivia. Then it’s time to channel your inner People magazine fanatic with a themed round of Celebrity Couples Trivia.Round OneWe start off today’s game with a Cities Trivia question that takes us to the capital city of the Lazio region.Next up, a Music Trivia question asks the Trivia Team to identify the band that remade Genesis’ 1986 hit Land of Confusion for their 2005 album. Round One wraps up with an Advertising Trivia question about the most-watched Super Bowl ad of all time.Bonus QuestionJust like last week, today’s show features a Bonus Question that doesn’t call back to a Round One question, so wipe those slates clean! The Trivia Team uses an impressive methodology to try to reason their way to an answer to the question of how many public high schools were in the U.S. in 2020. But will it be enough to earn them the point? Listen in and find out!Round TwoAs usual, Round Two is centered on a particular topic, and today’s theme is Celebrity Couples Trivia. If you’ve been keeping up on your celebrity gossip, now’s the time to put it to use!Round Two starts with an Actors Trivia question about two successful stars who have managed to keep their relationship alive for over 30 years -- a feat that’s nearly unheard of in Hollywood. Maybe these gods and goddesses of love can clue us in on the secrets to their success.Next, we switch gears slightly for a Musicians Trivia question about a former celebrity couple that unfortunately didn’t have the same relationship success as the duo in the previous question.Round Two concludes with a Children Trivia question that our Trivia Team struggles to answer. Do you know which celebrity couple has children named Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper? If so, the team could definitely use your help on this one!Final QuestionIt’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question in the category of Toys. Get ready to dive into those toy chests to see what answer you can come up with!In today’s Final Question, the Trivia Team is given four different toys and asked to place them in order of their launch date from earliest to most recent. While some of them bring back specific memories for the Team that make their release date easy to place (do you remember where you were when the Gameboy launched?), others take a bit more guesswork. Tune in to see if you could help the Trivia Team fill in their knowledge gaps on these toys!