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Episode 1163 - Yesterday's hotties - Take a "nee" - "pound" key - Names for your dog - Script tease

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Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 1163, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet.

Round 1. Category: Yesterday'S Hotties

  • 1: This lovely's look was all the rage on college campuses in the 1940s.
  • Veronica Lake.
  • 2: This actress who played opposite Victor Mature in "Samson and Delilah" invented the technology used in cell phones.
  • Hedy Lamarr.
  • 3: Some child mannequins of the 1920s were designed to look like this sweetheart of an actress.
  • Mary Pickford.
  • 4: This groundbreaking actress was played by Halle Berry in an acclaimed TV biopic.
  • Dorothy Dandridge.
  • 5: The alluring star of a number of classic films, this Kansas native was equally famous for her haircut.
  • Louise Brooks.

Round 2. Category: Take A Nee. With Nee in quotation marks

  • 1: Someone in the running for an Emmy or a Tony.
  • a nominee.
  • 2: A scornful, lip-curling facial expression.
  • a sneer.
  • 3: A Native American people who lived on the Platte River, or Leslie Knope's fictional Indiana town.
  • Pawnee.
  • 4: Captain Bligh suffered the wrath of a group of them.
  • mutineers.
  • 5: Stanley makes these long-jawed pliers.
  • needle-nose.

Round 3. Category: Pound Key. With Pound in quotes

  • 1: This word can come before microscope or fracture; the first is definitely better.
  • compound.
  • 2: Traditionally, one of these requires 16 ounces each of butter, sugar and flour.
  • a pound cake.
  • 3: Where you go to retrieve your car after it gets towed for being parked in front of a fire hydrant.
  • the impound lot.
  • 4: 2-word official name for the standard monetary unit of the United Kingdom.
  • pound sterling.
  • 5: A harsh debt payment insisted upon, it was Antonio's obligation to Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice".
  • a pound of flesh.

Round 4. Category: Names For Your Dog

  • 1: Give your male Rottweiler a strong name like Apollo or that of this supreme Greek god.
  • Zeus.
  • 2: If you have a small brown dog, try this 4-letter name, the seed of a legume.
  • Bean.
  • 3: If it's black and white, how about Tuxedo or this, the name of Nabisco's classic sandwich cookie.
  • Oreo.
  • 4: Thanks to "Twilight", this has been the most popular name for female dogs for the last few years.
  • Bella.
  • 5: Hey, pal! You can't go wrong with this name that Bill Clinton gave his chocolate lab in 1997.
  • Buddy.

Round 5. Category: Script Tease

  • 1: 1969:"I call that bold talk for a one-eyed fat man".
  • True Grit.
  • 2: 1946:"Every time you hear a bell ring, it means some angel's just got his wings".
  • It's A Wonderful Life.
  • 3: 1939:"You should be kissed -- and often -- and by someone who knows how".
  • Gone with the Wind.
  • 4: 1962:"Bond. James Bond".
  • Dr. No.
  • 5: 1964:"Mein Fuhrer, I can walk!".
  • Dr. Strangelove.

Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia!

Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/

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Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 1163, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet.

Round 1. Category: Yesterday'S Hotties

  • 1: This lovely's look was all the rage on college campuses in the 1940s.
  • Veronica Lake.
  • 2: This actress who played opposite Victor Mature in "Samson and Delilah" invented the technology used in cell phones.
  • Hedy Lamarr.
  • 3: Some child mannequins of the 1920s were designed to look like this sweetheart of an actress.
  • Mary Pickford.
  • 4: This groundbreaking actress was played by Halle Berry in an acclaimed TV biopic.
  • Dorothy Dandridge.
  • 5: The alluring star of a number of classic films, this Kansas native was equally famous for her haircut.
  • Louise Brooks.

Round 2. Category: Take A Nee. With Nee in quotation marks

  • 1: Someone in the running for an Emmy or a Tony.
  • a nominee.
  • 2: A scornful, lip-curling facial expression.
  • a sneer.
  • 3: A Native American people who lived on the Platte River, or Leslie Knope's fictional Indiana town.
  • Pawnee.
  • 4: Captain Bligh suffered the wrath of a group of them.
  • mutineers.
  • 5: Stanley makes these long-jawed pliers.
  • needle-nose.

Round 3. Category: Pound Key. With Pound in quotes

  • 1: This word can come before microscope or fracture; the first is definitely better.
  • compound.
  • 2: Traditionally, one of these requires 16 ounces each of butter, sugar and flour.
  • a pound cake.
  • 3: Where you go to retrieve your car after it gets towed for being parked in front of a fire hydrant.
  • the impound lot.
  • 4: 2-word official name for the standard monetary unit of the United Kingdom.
  • pound sterling.
  • 5: A harsh debt payment insisted upon, it was Antonio's obligation to Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice".
  • a pound of flesh.

Round 4. Category: Names For Your Dog

  • 1: Give your male Rottweiler a strong name like Apollo or that of this supreme Greek god.
  • Zeus.
  • 2: If you have a small brown dog, try this 4-letter name, the seed of a legume.
  • Bean.
  • 3: If it's black and white, how about Tuxedo or this, the name of Nabisco's classic sandwich cookie.
  • Oreo.
  • 4: Thanks to "Twilight", this has been the most popular name for female dogs for the last few years.
  • Bella.
  • 5: Hey, pal! You can't go wrong with this name that Bill Clinton gave his chocolate lab in 1997.
  • Buddy.

Round 5. Category: Script Tease

  • 1: 1969:"I call that bold talk for a one-eyed fat man".
  • True Grit.
  • 2: 1946:"Every time you hear a bell ring, it means some angel's just got his wings".
  • It's A Wonderful Life.
  • 3: 1939:"You should be kissed -- and often -- and by someone who knows how".
  • Gone with the Wind.
  • 4: 1962:"Bond. James Bond".
  • Dr. No.
  • 5: 1964:"Mein Fuhrer, I can walk!".
  • Dr. Strangelove.

Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia!

Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/

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