March 10, 2018 9PM

Host: Scott Rogowsky

Prize: $2500

Winners: 177

Q# Question First Answer Second Answer Third Answer # of First Answer # of Second Answer # of Third Answer
1 Korean pop music is often called what? Hot jazz Fiddlestick funk K-pop 16912 16877 989145
2 A classic 1936 book about the Civil War is called “Gone with the” what? WiFi Waffle House Wind 2250 6916 969680
3 Antoni Gaudi’s famous Sagrada Familia cathedral can be found in what country? France Spain Germany 127387 802294 19437
4 The classic version of the board game Operation asks players to remove a wrench from where? Stomach Head Ankle 397970 102589 273053
5 In U.S. credit, what did FICO originally stand for? Fair, Isaac, and Company Fresh Investment Credit Factual Income Operation 69810 70490 125998
6 Which of these Amazon services was launched most recently? Amazon Music Amazon Mechanical Turk Amazon Prime 47770 8484 15044
7 The first cloned mammal was named for the writer of which of these songs? 9 to 5 Shake It Off This Kiss 30248 4968 11940
8 Which of these countries did NOT change its name in the 20th century? Iran Cambodia Ecuador 6778 6042 17277
9 Thanks to its looks, a common European frog shares a name with what herb? Chive Parsley Rosemary 6096 7377 3914
10 Which of these schools had a future U.S. president officially serve as its president? Princeton University University of Virginia Harvard University 2941 3536 1137
11 Which animal does NOT appear on the St. Louis Cardinals’ 2011 World Series rings? Bird Squirrel Snake 245 1304 1504
12 What city’s official flag includes a Latin phrase referencing its historic fire? Detroit Washington, D.C. Chicago 177 91 1277

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