Dozen Daily Trivia Answers Explained 4/11/24: Twilight Mash

Happy Thursday Trivia Lovers. Your The Daily Dozen Trivia Answers Explained for Thursday, April 11th, 2024, offers some insight on a quiz many of you did well on.

How did you do, Frank? Missed one. So I imagine a lot of perfects out there.

Here we go!

NFL: With a son currently in the NFL, this 4x Pro Bowl defensive back played from 2003-2013 and led the NFL in interceptions with the Patriots in 2006 and the Eagles in 2009.

Answer: Asante Samuel

Explained: Go UCF! (University of Central Florida)

MLB: Milton Bradley was an All-Star and led the American League in On-Base Percentage during his lone with this AL West team in 2008.

Answer: Texas Rangers

Explained: Many of you probably put Los Angeles Dodgers after reading the question too fast, didn’t ya?

Soccer: Taking place in 2021, England lost to this country in the 2020 European Cup Final in penalties at Wembley Stadium.

Answer: Italy

Explained: Unfortunately, it never made it “home” that year.

Cars: Envista, Encore, and Enclave are names of models produced by what automobile brand?

Answer: Buick

Explained: Oh Buick. How rental car companies love to pair us.

Celebrity Mashup Answer: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart

Explained: They reunited our Twilight couple! My post hint of the day.

Cereal: The Quaker mascot is on the box for this line of cold cereal that comes in varieties such as Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, and Honey Nut.

Answer: Oatmeal Squares

Explained: Had to reach deeeep back for this one. Haven’t had it often

Television: Starring Jason Segel and Harrison Ford, the dramedy series Shrinking debuted on what streaming platform in 2023?

Answer: Apple TV

Explained: One of my best shows of 2023. Watch it.

Movies: Set in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, Bill Murray plays a cynical weatherman who gets caught in a time loop in this 1993 film.

Answer: Groundhog Day.

Explained: You should know this one. Just as well should have been a free square.

Music: With husband and wife Win Butler and Régine Chassagne as lead vocalists, this Canadian rock band won the Grammy for Album of the Year in 2011 for The Suburbs.

Answer: Arcade Fire

Explained: You either know them or you don’t.

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