Daily Dozen Trivia Answers Explained 5/14/24: “Nomad Mashup”

A happy Tuesday Trivia Lovers. While I’m hurting, I did manage to get some happiness aggregating your Daily Dozen Trivia Answers Explained for Tuesday May 14th. It was a pretty friendly quiz.

How did you do, Frank?: Missed two. The perfect is still elusive.

Here we go.

NFL: During the 2000’s decade, Marty Booker was the only player to have over 1,000 receiving yards in a season for this NFC franchise.

Answer: Chicago Bears

Explained: Imagine if he had a real quarterback throwing to him.

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NBA: Chauncey Billups went to the Conference Finals in seven straight seasons from 2003-2009, six times with the Pistons and then with this West team in 2009.

Answer: Denver Nuggets

Explained: It still feels like we don’t talk about Billups enough

MLB: Nicknamed “Pronk”, this hitter launched 200 HR’s for Cleveland from 2003-2012 and led the American League in Slugging Percentage in 2006.

Answer: Travis Hafner

Explained: Hafner was knocking the cover off the ball in Cleveland there for quite a while.

Book: Later gaining greater fame after her lifetime, this English woman anonymously published novels in the 1810’s like: Pride & Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, and Mansfield Park.

Answer: Jane Austen

Explained: Look at the Dozens players showing their softer side. Better than expected percentage right on this one.

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Celebrity Mashup Answer: Chris Pine and Frances McDormand

Explained: Despite McDormand being one of the best actresses of our generation, we got a single digit right rate on this one. Nomadland was the post hint on the title.

Grocery Products: What baked goods manufacturer sells a mini donut variety and competitor to Hostess’s Donnettes under the name Pop’ettes?

Answer: Entenmann’s

Explained: Leave their chocolate frosted donuts in the fridge. Then come back here and thank me.

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Television: The “Douchebag Jar” was a recurring gag primarily used on the character Schmidt from this FOX sitcom that debuted in 2011.

Answer: New Girl

Explained: Great show. Catchy theme song. “Who’s that girlllll?

Movies: Johnny Knoxville plays a man who pretends to have a developmental disability to enter the Special Olympics in this 2005 sports comedy featuring Brian Cox and Katherine Heigl.

Answer: The Ringer

Explained: Knoxville’s run as a movie star was something else.

Music: Sisqo was the lead singer of this R&B group that dropped hits in the 1990’s like “How Deep Is Your Love”, “In My Bed”, and “Never Make a Promise”.

Answer: Dru Hill

Explained: They don’t make them like this anymore.

How did you do? Let me know in the comments.

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