July 15, 2024

Daily Dozen Trivia Answers Explained 7/6/24: “Who made you king of anything”

Happy Saturday trivia lovers! Your Daily Dozen Trivia Answers Explained for this real weekend following your Fourth of July quiz will hopefully help you in your question answering endeavors.

How did you do, Frank? Missed three. My slump continues. Perfects for the year? One.

Here we go.

NFL: This WR currently has an active streak of six straight 1,000+ receiving yard seasons, beginning with Minnesota in 2018 and 2019.

Answer: Stefon Diggs

Explained: You might remember his cross arm flex in Minnesota after a touchdown.

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MLB: Aaron Boone hit 86 Home Runs for this NL team from 1997-2003 before getting traded to the Yankees midseason and hitting his famous ALCS walk-off dinger.

Answer: Cincinnati Reds

Explained: Great question. Boone played some great ball with the Reds. Then we went to New York and the rest is history.

College: Just like his dad, Gary Payton II attended this Pac-12 school from 2014-2016, where he won Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year twice.

Answer: Oregon State

Explained: Go Beavers!

History: A Pennsylvania Senator from 1995-2007, this politician narrowly won the Iowa Caucus but finished runner-up to Mitt Romney for the 2012 Republican nomination.

Answer: Rick Santorum

Explained: If you watched “The Boys” this is your second Santorum mention on of the week.

Celebrity Mashup Answer: Glenn Close and Rob Lowe

Explained: Close’s eyes. Lowe’s hair. Not impossible.

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Beverages: With its logo being its name in black print behind a yellow background, this brand known for soda water, ginger ale, and lemonade, originates out of Geneva and was introduced in 1783.

Answer: Schweppes

Explained: We’ve all drank it but never remember it. Great question.

Television: Originally debuting on FOX Kids in 1993, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot were the main characters of this animated musical comedy series.

Answer: Animaniacs

Explained: “It’s time for Annnnnimaaaaaaniacs! And we’re zany to the max!”

Movies: Critically panned and a commercial failure, the winner and runner-up of American Idol Season 1 starred in this 2003 musical romantic comedy.

Answer: From Justin to Kelly

Explained: Now Justin Guarini does Dr. Pepper commercials. And Kelly Clarkson is a daytime talkshow host who I watch regularly because of her covers.

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Music: Most known for her 2007 song “Love Song”, this singer also had hits in the 2010’s with “Brave” and “I Choose You”.

Answer: Sarah Bareilles

Explained: Leave it to DDT to remind me of a 2000s crush. Great voice.

How did you? Let me know in the comments.

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