The Daily Dozen Trivia answers explained 10/4/23: Watch your spelling

Your The Dozen Daily Trivia quiz for this Wednesday October 4th 2023, should yield a lot of perfects. The sports questions were manageable and the celebrity mashup was pretty easy.

If you knew how to spell the names.

How did you do, Frank?: I missed one. Best outing in a while.

Let’s get started…

Subject: NFL

Playing from 2005-2022, this kicker is Top 10 All-Time in career Field Goals made and helped both the 2006 Bears and 2019 49ers make it to the Super Bowl.

Answer: Robbie Gould

Explanation: Who doesn’t love Robbie Gould? He was in the league so long, you should have had him on your Madden or Fantasy team at least once.


Subject: College Football

Justin Blackmon was a 2x Consensus All-American WR and finished 5th Place in 2010 Heisman Trophy voting while playing for what Big XII school?

Answer: Oklahoma State

Explanation: Got it wrong. Guessed Nebraska. This didn’t seem like it was so long ago. Wow.

Subject: Cars

The Phantom, Spectre, Ghost, and Cullinan are all various models produced by what luxury automobile brand?

Answer: Rolls-Royce

Explanation: These cars cost more than most of our houses. Some of the most expensive in the world. At this point in my life, if I got a fully loaded Chevy I’d be ecstatic.


Subject: Celebrity Mashup

Answer: Betty White and Adrien Brody

Explanation: Watch the spelling! Brody doesn’t spell his first name like all of the other Adrians. He has an “e”.

Subject: Cereal

Renamed in the 1980’s to downplay its high sugar content, Dig ‘Em Frog is the longtime mascot for what sweetened puffed wheat breakfast cereal made by Kellogg’s?

Answer: Honey Smacks

Explanation: It had high sugar alright. Made Lucky Charms look like Kashi.

Subject: Television

Along with a nomination for Best Writing, in 2017, Donald Glover won the Emmy for both Best Actor and Best Director in a Comedy for this FX series he created.

Answer: Atlanta

Explanation: “Atlanta” along with “Barry” is some of the most cleverly made television of our time. The second through fourth seasons are on a completely different level. Just brilliant stuff.


Subject: Movies

One of the many Scary Movie rip-offs of the 2000’s, this 2008 movie parodied the epic war action film 300 and grossed over $80 million worldwide despite a 2% Rotten Tomato critics score.

Answer: Meet the Spartans

Explanation: Can’t believe this POS made $80 million. Follow your dreams.

Subject: Music

Three brothers formed this pop rock band originating out of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and are most known for their 1997 hit song “MMMBop”

Answer: Hanson

Explanation: Again. Watch your spelling. If you watched the Twisted Metal series, you got to experience this song all over again.

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