Dozen Daily Trivia Answers Explained 3/18/24: Will you still call me Superman?

How are we feeling Trivia Geeks after our St. Patrick’s Day/March Madness selection Sunday? Hopefully ready to tackle a new week, and your Daily Dozen Trivia Answers Explained for Monday March 18th, 2024.

How did you do, Frank?: Missed one! Let’s hope this competency continues! Looking at the percentages, you guys did great as well.

NFL: Jeff Fisher failed to win more than 7 games in all five seasons that he acted as the Head Coach of this NFC franchise from 2012-2016.

Answer: Los Angeles Rams

Explained: Now infamous, many don’t remember how close he came to beating “The Greatest Show On Turf” years before.

MLB: Along with winning the 2007 Cy Young, this Padres player achieved the pitching Triple Crown as he led the NL in Wins, ERA, and Strikeouts.

Answer: Jake Peavy

Explained: The Padres need to win more championships. We can’t have this kind of excellence always being forgotten.

College Basketball: After going 9-12 during the regular season, this school won four games in a row to win the 2021 Big East tournament and clinch a spot in the NCAA tournament.

Answer: Georgetown

Explained: Many college students try to pass their classes the same way.

And buy your Georgetown merch on Amazon HERE

History: This former Minnesota Senator acted as U.S. Vice President under Carter from 1977-1981 and was on the losing side of a historic side landslide election against Reagan in 1984.

Answer: Walter Mondale

Explained: If you’re a Gen X er things start getting blurry here, but you need to know Mondale

Celebrity Mashup Answer: Nicolas Cage and Mark Cuban

Explained: They took it easy on us after a weekend of tough mashes. Cuban was a gimmie

Snacks and Candy: What brand of chips sells a Sweet Spicy Chili variety in a purple bag with a classic form of the chip on the cover?

Answer: Doritos

Explained: And they’re the best Doritos

And you can buy them on Amazon HERE

Television: From 2010-2016, this TNT crime drama centered around two women, a street-tough detective and a book-smart medical examiner.

Answer: Rizzoli and Isles

Explained: Peak TNT TV. But many of us have been Angie Harmon stans since her Law and Order days.

Movies: A young Keke Palmer played an 11-year-old girl from South Los Angeles that participates in the Scripp’s National Spelling Bee in this 2006 drama.

Answer: Akeelah and The Bee

Explained: I never saw Larence Fisburne work harder to promote a film. Palmer never looked back

Music: This American rock band dropped Top 5 hit songs in the 2000’s like: “Kryptonite”, “Here Without You”, and “When I’m Gone”.

Answer: 3 Doors Down

Explained: Make sure it’s “3” and not “Three”. My post nint of the day, “Kryptonite” is still one of the best rock songs of the era. It had us jamming.

And you can buy 3 Doors Down Merch on Amazon HERE

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