Sunday School - Season 1, Week 5
It was "Seinfeld" week, and the quizzes were inspired by Jerry Mathers, Elaine May, St. George, Kramer vs. Kramer, and Paul Newman
New free quiz open to all!
Hi everyone! This is a new quiz series made up of an extra question from each themed quiz throughout the week, open for anyone to play (you can also still catch up with Quizzes #1-4, linked below). Feel free to forward this along to those who might be interested! You can check your scores on the "Sunday" tab of the leaderboard page.
Jeopardy! Second Chance
Good luck to School of Trivia league players Cindy Zhang (Monday) and Pam Schoenberg (Wednesday) in the Jeopardy! Second Chance tournament this week!!
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Sunday Quiz #1 — docs.google.com
Sunday Quiz #2 — docs.google.com
Sunday Quiz #3 — docs.google.com
Sunday Quiz #4 — docs.google.com
Seinfeld theme entries
Jerry Mathers: child actor who played the titular "Beaver" on Leave it to Beaver
Elaine May: film director of Ishtar and comedy partner of Mike Nichols
St. George: patron saint of England who slayed a dragon
Kramer vs. Kramer: 1979 Oscar-winning movie about a couple's divorce and the titular custody court case
Paul Newman: actor, director, and race car driver whose philanthropic food company started with salad dressing
Sunday Quiz #5
[Q1] Day 6 - "Beaver Feaver": LITTLE BEAVER IS THE SIDEKICK OF THIS ALLITERATIVE COMIC STRIP COWBOY, THE NAMESAKE OF THE BB GUN THAT RALPHIE WANTS IN "A CHRISTMAS STORY"
[Q2] Day 7 - "People of the Month": HOKEY SMOKE! JUNE FORAY WAS THE VOICE OF THIS RODENT RESIDENT OF FROSTBITE FALLS
[Q3] Day 8 - "Chasing the Dragon": A RED DRAGON APPEARS ON THE NATIONAL FLAG OF THIS COUNTRY THAT'S HOME TO THE FOOTBALL (SOCCER) TEAM OWNED BY ACTORS RYAN REYNOLDS AND ROB MCELHENNEY
[Q4] Day 9 - "You vs. the Quiz": I DON'T WANT TO COME RIGHT OUT AND SAY IT, BUT MCCULLOCH VS. MARYLAND MAY HAVE HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH CONGRESS HAVING THESE "POWERS" THAT ARE NOT DIRECTLY STATED IN THE CONSTITUTION
[Q5] Day 10 - "Salad (Dressing) Days": THIS SALAD DRESSING BRAND SHARES ITS NAME WITH A SYMBOL OF GOOD LUCK THAT AN ORNITHOLOGIST MIGHT REFER TO AS A FURCULA
Sunday Quiz #5 — docs.google.com
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