This Week in iQ Trivia – 10 July 2021

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.


You found a lot of ways to get lockdowns into film & TV titles.

10 Things I Hate About Lockdown

101 Lockdowns

The Fault in Our Lockdown

Black Lockdown

White House Lockdown

The Land Before Lockdown

Sherlockdown Holmes

Eternal Lockdown of the Spotless Mind

Dr Strangelockdown

Eat Pray Lockdown

The Lockdown Identity

Bridget Jones’ Lockdown Diary

Lockdownton Abbey

The Lockdown Games: Catching ‘Rona

America’s Next Top Lockdown

The Passion of the Lockdown

The Texas Lockdown Massacre

State Wars: Return of the Lockdown

Star Wars: A New Lockdown

My Big Fat Greek Lockdown

Lockdown Actually

The Silence of the Lockdown

Four Lockdowns and a Funeral

Lockdown on Elm Street

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Lockdown

Fear and Loathing in Lockdown

127 Hours Lockdown

The Never Ending Lockdown

Seven Years in Lockdown


Enraged Lion

Saucy Belconnen

Deranged Penguin

Acerbic Castle

Coffee Time

Frothing Gnome

Vacant Smurf


We asked for three of the five artists we played in a supercut. A couple of team asked for bonus points if they could name them all. We agreed, with the proviso that if you named more than 3, you had to get all of them right or your would get zero points. One team got the first four, but then mistook Whitney Houston for Celine Dion and that cost them.

At an online corporate show, one team slipped up and posted the answer to a four point question in the chat… and sure enough, literally every team got 4/4.

The most common word beginning with MAC? How about macaron?

First place at one show had to be decided by the fact that one team got the homework question, but spelled one of the answers wrong. It doesn’t matter very often, but if it comes down to it, spelling can be the difference between a win & second place.

See you next week.

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