Got the Munchies for Tuesday Trivia?

Tuesday’s game of Pour House Trivia welcomed 107 teams across 13 venues:


Tuesday’s first round discussed topics such as the musical “Grease”, U.S. Presidents, and the unrequited love of this comic strip character:

Charlie Brown

Twelve teams began their night with a perfect first round score.


In the second round, we played three songs about blame: “Blame It On the Rain” by Milli Vanilli, “Bang and Blame” by R.E.M., and “Sorry, Blame It On Me” by Akon.  We also discussed the most recent Wimbledon champions and this former HBO comedy:


Three teams ran the table in the second round: How Did I Get Here? (Greene Growlers), Wolfpack (Quincy’s South), and Balls Out (Quincy’s South).


Tuesday’s halftime page featured brand logos and TV cops.  We saw 13 teams record perfect scores with an overall average of 16.9 points.  Here is your halftime leaderboard from Tuesday:


As usual, the third round included the most difficult wagering question of the night:

–> In addition to being made of carbon, blue diamonds derive their color from trace amounts of this chemical element which contaminates the crystalline lattice structure.  Name this element which is numerically adjacent to carbon on the periodic table.

Only 21% of our teams earned points with the correct response of Boron.  Later, we looked at how the Madden curse affected this former NFL quarterback:

Daunte Culpepper

The third round yielded just one perfect score: How Did I Get Here? (Greene Growlers).


Tuesday’s final round included a nostalgic look at this music video:


We followed with the most difficult bonus question of the night, which came in the form of a Three Clues question:

CLUE 1: The surname of the only American woman to serve on the Mir space station.

CLUE 2: The first word in the title of a current hit song by Juice WRLD.

Only a handful of teams ventured a guess at this point, with most of the field waiting until this third clue:

CLUE 3: Derived From the Latin word meaning ‘clear’, this term describes a dream in which the dreamers are aware that they are dreaming.

Six teams earned bonus points with the correct answer of lucid.  As a result, the final round did not yield any perfect scores.  Here are your top Tuesday scores after four rounds of play:

TUESDAY’S FINAL QUESTION (39.4% success rate):

–> In 2004, what fast food chain became the first restaurant in history to advertise an R-rated comedy film on its containers?

About two-fifths of our teams responded correctly with White Castle.  Congratulations to How Did I Get Here? (Greene Growlers) and Fuller McShite (Cugini’s), who each recorded the Perfect 21 tonight with correct answers on all wagering questions.  Here is your final Tuesday leaderboard:


Champion Billiards in Frederick, MD:  Wiseacres  (Next week’s first category: Songs About Real People)

Cugini’s in Poolesville, MD:  Fuller McShite  (Next week’s first category: Sports Cars)

Senor Tequila’s in Germantown, MD:  Fan Club  (Next week’s first category: London Landmarks)

Shuckin’ Shack in Frederick, MD:  Trivia Newton John  (Next week’s first category: Baked Goods)

Topgolf in Ashburn, VA:  Taco Tuesday  (Next week’s first category: Family Life Education)

The Block in Annandale, VA:  Painal Buddies  (Next week’s first category: Hallmark Christmas Films)

Greene Growlers in Gaithersburg, MD:  How Did I Get Here?  (Next week’s first category: Sherpas)

Upper Deck in Mount Airy, MD:  Sloppy Seconds  (Next week’s first category: 1980s Supermodels)

Olney Winery in Olney, MD:  Capitals  (Next week’s first category: Harness Racing)

White Horse Tavern in Harpers Ferry, WV:  Who’s Your Pater Familias?  (Next week’s first category: “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle”)

Monkey La La in Frederick, MD:  State Senator McCheese  (Next week’s first category: Crustacenas)

Quincy’s South in Rockville, MD:  Balls Out  (Next week’s first category: 20th Century American Novelists)

Casa Tequila in Lovettsville, VA:  Why…?  (Next week’s first category: “RuPaul’s Drag Race”)

Outta the Way Cafe in Derwood, MD:    (Next week’s first category:  )