Trivia Questions Week 07/19/18

  1. This Hollywood actress turned down the part of “Vivian” (Julia Roberts Role) in the movie “Pretty Woman” because she said the role denegrated women – was it:  Michelle Pfeiffer, Daryl Hannah, Sandra Bullock?
  2. If you are playing Craps and roll a “Little Pheobe” what have you rolled a:  3, 4, or 5?
  3. It got 65 nominations and won 45 awards.  It’s recognized as one of the great movies – what year was Forrest Gump released:  1992, 1994, 1996?
  4. According to a sports study conducted by Spaulding the avg lifespan of an NBA basketball is:  8,000, 10,000, or 12,000?
  5. In 1983 Michael Jackson’s “Billy Jean”, Lionel Richie’s “All Night Long”, or Irene Cara’s “Fame” was the first video played on MTV by a black artist? (MTV hit the air in 1981 – hard to imagine they didn’t get more flack waiting until 2 & 1/2 years before playing a black artist’s music)
  6. The average speed in mph men’s & women’s volleyball players can spike the ball is:  60, 70, 80, or 90? (Avg 50 to 70 mph)
  7. Bible Question:  In Numbers – Marion & Aaron complain about Moses marrying a Cushite women – God gives Marion leprosy and a ticket to a slow agonizing death – Moses intercedes on Marion’s behalf and saves her but God told Moses to have her banned from the camp for:  7, 30, or 40 days?
  8. Miami Marlins Iconic homerun sculpture is being removed fro the park – how much money was commissioned for the famed artwork to be completed:  $2.5 Million, $5.2 Million, or $12.5 Million?
  9. How many points does Kermit the Frog’s collar have:  7, 9, or 11?
  10. Which Pro Sport has the shortest average height for it’s players:  Golf (6′ 1.1″), Hockey (6’1″), Soccer (5’11.5″)?
  11. Not including vowels, T is the most frequently letter used in word puzzels on “Wheel of Fortune” – after T what is the next most frequently letter used:  L, N, R, or S? (L or N are virtually tied)
  12. Robert Redford, star of “The Natural” played college baseball in this conference:  Pacific Coast Conference, Big 10, or the Big 8? (1955 Big 7 – Played for Colorado – OK, NE, CO, KS St, IA St, KS, MO – played very little before leaving for Hollywood)
  13. “Friends Like Us” & “Across The Hall” were 2 names that this now TV Sitcom was almost called – was it: Friends, Big Bang Theory, or Seinfeld?
  14. Minor League Baseball’s governing body allows their teams to change their name once every:  1, 2, or 3 years?
  15. Dick Grayson is a: Bird, A Thing, or an Insect? (Dick Grayson is the original Batman’s – Robin)
  16. In 1965 Joe Namath signed a rookie contract w/ New York Jets worth, $40, 000, $140,000, or $410,000? ($400,000)
  17. If you plucked an American Bald Eagle one feather at a time you’d pull out closer to:  700, 1,700, or 7,100 feathers?
  18. Although each NFL team must provide 24 footballs for each game – what’s the average number of footballs used:  6, 10, or 14?
  19. A bite from a King Cobra can kill a human in less than 30 mins – how fast can a King Cobra bite kill an elephant:  It Can’t, 40 Mins, 4 Hrs?
  20. Before the 2018 NFL Season Las Vegas oddsmakers placed the over/under on wins this season for the KC Chiefs at:  8.5, 9.5, or 10.5? (Odds since the Chiefs coming off 3 consecutive double-digit winning seasons – only looks to get better – Chiefs were a great legal bet)