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TRIVIANUS Part 2

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As seen on ANUS Teaser 5, Nick and I unsuccessfully attempted to do a virtual trivia game show that was quickly derailed due to the poor internet connection and laggy responses on my end. Apparently my delayed answers also awkwardly (and problematically) applied to each of the previous questions (not sure how that’s possible), so we received a lot of backlash on the internet from prominent members of “cancel culture” and the like. 

Unfortunately, that episode didn’t go as planned, but I’m going to try to redeem myself by providing everyone with the rest of the trivia questions that didn't end up making the cut...just in case anyone at home was curious and/or wanted to play along and have some fun. But first, here are the questions/answers that did up getting aired:

CATEGORY: VIRAL SENSATIONS

QUESTION: Which 2015 single from Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar trended on Twitter and reached number one on the Billboard charts?

QUESTION: NBA superstar Magic Johnson was the first Lakers point guard to obtain what?

Answers: Bad Blood, MVP award 


CATEGORY: ACTION/ADVENTURE

QUESTION: What is the second film in the Lord of the Rings trilogy?

QUESTION: Once a year, large crowds gather in New York City to joyously celebrate the dropping of which large structure?

Answers: The Two Towers, A ball


CATEGORY: VERSATILE ATHLETES

QUESTION: Which Falcons and Eagles mobile quarterback never managed to win a Super Bowl?

QUESTION: In the Summer of 2007, which athlete made a name for himself when he took down 66 dogs?

Answers: Michael Vick, Joey Chestnut


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And here are the rest of the trivia questions/answers:

CATEGORY: POP MUSIC

QUESTION: Following "Time to Pretend" and "Electric Feel," which song was the third and final single from MGMT’s debut album Oracular Spectacular

QUESTION: In 1983, pop sensation Michael Jackson spent a dominant 37 consecutive weeks on top of what?

Answers: Kids; The Billboard charts


CATEGORY: TELEVISION/SPORTS FIGURES

QUESTION: Which CBS sitcom starring Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen originally aired in 2003?

QUESTION: What are the names of the male decathletes who earned medals at the 1976 Olympic Games?  

Answers: Two and a Half Men; Mykola Avilov (Bronze), Guido Kratschmer (Silver), and Caitlyn Jenner (Gold)


CATEGORY: TELEVISION/SPORTS (DIS)FIGURES

QUESTION: What do former track and field Olympians Caitlyn Jenner and Oscar Pistorious have in common?

QUESTION: What impressive feat did Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis manage to accomplish twice during his NFL career?

Answers: Murder; Super Bowl championship 


CATEGORY: POP CULTURE/POLITICAL QUOTES

QUESTION: In a massively popular Vine video, a sexually frustrated skateboarder exclaims (blank) before smashing his phone on the ground?

QUESTION: Which famous quote is engraved on John F. Kennedy’s memorial monument in Grand Army Plaza?

Answers: “So no head?”; “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country”


CATEGORY: BOXING/MOVIES

QUESTION: Million Dollar Baby and Rocky are the only two boxing movies to win which award at the Oscars?

QUESTION: Floyd Mayweather was the only student to win which award at his high school’s annual Book Report competition? 

Answers: Best Picture; Best Picture 


QUESTION: If you purchased a copy of a 2016 romantic musical film starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, what did you most likely buy?

QUESTION: How would Floyd Mayweather most likely attempt to read Landon Donovan’s name out loud?

Answers: La La Land on DVD; La La Land on DVD


CATEGORY: UNBOXING/TELEVISION 

QUESTION: Which comedy series starring rapper Lil Dicky premiered on FXX in March of this year?

QUESTION: This controversial 5’3” multimillionaire celebrity is known for having both a public sex tape and a father who’s a famous lawyer.

Answers: Dave; Kim Kardashian