Dozen Daily Trivia Answers Explained 3/12/24: I Can’t Control You

Happy Tuesday Trivia Lovers! And your Dozen Daily Trivia Answers Explained for March 12th, 2024 might provide some valuable insight on questions with lower correct percentages than what we’ve seen recently.

How did you do, Frank? Missed three. My percentages were also lower.

Here we go!

NFL: Drafted 3rd Overall in 2014 by an AFC South team, this QB threw 35 TD’s and led the NFL in interceptions in only his second season in 2015.

Answer: Blake Bortles

Explained: UCF Knights legend.

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MLB: Gary Sheffield collected his 500th career Home Run in 2009 while playing for what National League East team?

Answer: New York Mets

Explained: I’ve watched so many softball players strike out trying to imitate that stance.

Science: “Ne” is the symbol on the Periodic Table for this element with the Atomic Number of 10.

Answer: Neon

Explained: What I did was took the first two letters and paired it with a John Mayer song.

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Celebrity Mashup Answer: Willem Dafoe and Jodie Foster

Explained: Dafoe. Absolutely with that hairline. Foster. Much, much harder.

Chain Restaurants: To compete with Subway in the 2000’s, what major fast-food chain offered a line of now-discontinued Frescata deli sandwiches?

Answer: Wendy’s

Explained: Never had one. I go to Wendy’s for square burgers and Biggie Bags.

Television: In 2018, American Idol got rebooted on what major network?

Answer: ABC

Explained: This was after it left FOX. Now we still can’t get rid of it.

Movies: Set in Chicago, Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston starred in this 2006 romantic dramedy that grossed over $200 million worldwide.

Explained: The Break-Up

Answer: Watch the hypen. And also Vince Vaughn talking smack to gamers years before anyone else was doing it.

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Music: Each charting Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2002, this American rock band is known for their songs “Blurry” and “She Hates Me”.

Answer: Puddle of Mudd

Explained: Early 2000s arena rock goodness and my post hint of the day

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