And another season passes us by. It’s been a long three years. But I don’t have to tell any of you that. A lot has changed since I rolled this show out in February 2019. Some for the good. Some for the not-so-good. But we’re here and we’re still asking (and answering) trivia questions. I hope you enjoy the Season Three Finale.
Thanks for sticking with me for this long. I promise to keep plugging away with new episodes into Season Four (and beyond). As with our past Season Finales, we’ve comprised the Season Three Finale of questions from the past 51 episodes. And the fourth round, aka The Freaky Round? That’s back! So you’ve got 40 questions to deal with this week.
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Hey gang. Welcome to episode 161 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. I’m your host Brian Rollins and this is our Season Three Finale! A lot has happened since I started this show way back in 2019. Remember those days? Back when you only had a passing understanding of spike proteins and comorbidities. Simpler times but I’m glad you found us along the way.
For those of you that are newer or don’t remember, the season finales for the show have bonus questions from topics we’ve covered in the past year. Basically, it’s a final exam which you’ve had all year to prepare for.
And one more thing, we’ve got a fourth round. That’s right, forty questions in Dorky, Geeky, Nerdy, and Freaky rounds. I think that covers the ground rules, so let’s get started.
The Dorky Round
2. Because it guest-starred Michael Jackson, the season three premiere of what series is currently unavailable on Disney+?
3. When Inigo says, 'You keep using that word. I don't think it means what you think it means', what word are they talking about?
7. What series of cartoon shorts, starting in 1973, taught kids about how 3 is a magic number, conjunction junction, and how a bill becomes a law?
8. Jennifer Lawrence was paid $500,000 for the first film and $10 million for the second film in what series?
10. Who said this in the 1960s, 'Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.'
The Geeky Round
7. What actress had her 1954 TV show canceled because she refused to remove Arthur Duncan, a black tap dancer, as a performer?
The Nerdy Round
5. Even though Guinness is iconically Irish, what country is number one for consumption of the stout?
The Freaky Round
And we are done with the episode and the season. Thanks for sticking with me. Season Three marked big growth for the show’s listenership and we launched a store. I hope to add to it as time allows.
I have something special planned for Season Four. The whole season will feature a common theme. We’ll be covering each of the US states with their own episode. That’s fifty episodes plus one for the finale. The 52nd episode will be something special for our 200th episode coming in late November.
That said, the order of the episode is something I’m not going to announce, but I want to see if you can figure it out as the season progresses. It’s not something super obscure, so it’s not freakishly hard to figure out.
Speaking of which, here’s your clue for the first episode of Season Four.
What state was home to the first US Capitol?
And that’s it for this week and this season. This has been episode 162 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. The music has been “Skinny Leonard” by Jason Shaw at Audionautix.com. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. You can find me at TheVoicesInMyHead.com.
Thanks for listening and see you in Season Four.
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