Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.
If you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.
These Star Wars nerds turned a question on Chewbacca into cash.
Winning with a lucky guess about vodka still counts as a win.
You don’t have to change things much to ruin them.
Kentucky Boiled Chicken
Whitney Houston we have a problem
Alexander the Mediocre
Marlin never finds Nemo and just goes home
Garlic Bread and Butter Pudding
John McClane leaves his shoes on
Rice Noodle Bolognese
Adding bike lanes to the city
Pillow Fight Club
John Wick got fuel the next day
The Red Hot Chili Lepers
Sydney Opera Louse
Straight George Michael
Iced finger bum
James and the Giant Eggplant
Thomas the Replacement Bus Service
Spicy Donald Trump
Jealous Ice Cream
We tweaked a picture question of ex-military members who have moved on to new occupations to include one of our hosts. But nobody noticed that the sharp dressed Marine was the guy hosting the quiz they were at.
We asked a question to which the answer was Jonathan Thurston, and gave the hint that he was the same height as our host. Because why not be as unhelpful as possible?
On a question about the biggest countries in the EU, we reminded everyone that England wasn’t in the EU. And three teams still said England.
The last place subject was Colin Firth at one show, and one team watched Bridget Jones’ Diary in preparation that day, right before we asked a question on the scene that introduced Mark Darcy.
And a bonus question on the proportion of Australians approved of torture ended when the first team to guess got it exactly right. How someone became such an expert on torture, we didn’t want to know.
See you next week.