Pause + Play #001 - 12/01/17

January 12, 2017


#001 - 12/01/17
The first official episode of Trivia Club's Pause + Play begins with some Canadian content, takes the past Sunday's Golden Globes into account, and celebrates the year that was 2016! Also, Game Show Games includes a podcast specific collection of Box-Office Bullseye, Countdown Takedown, and Survey Says. We also supply you with a special Golden VHS to win (if not own), and invite you to share your scores!



Trivia Club's Pause + Play is the portable version of Toronto's Greatest Game Show hosted by Russel Harder (twitter.com/trivia_club), a version of the live event that you are able to play at home with friends or on your own, especially if you aren't in Toronto. If you are in Toronto, you can find Trivia Club at Hitch (1216 Queen St East) every other MONDAY of the month, and Cardinal Rule (5 Roncesvalles Ave) each and every WEDNESDAY! Pause + Play is easy to find every FRIDAY, with the questions from that week’s trivia event (recapped at www.triviaclub.ca), as part of the TRIVIA CLUB NETWORK of podcasts on SoundCloud & iTunes!


TABLE OF TIMESTAMPS

PRE-SHOW
Golden VHS announcement (2:00)

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ROUND ONE
TRIVIA CLASSIC (3:47)
Thank you to Alfra Martini on the Kitten Covers, and to DJ Lobsterdust for the mash-up!
TRIVIA ROYALE (11:50)
ROYALE URL: www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPRGnHyx6a0
ROYALE ANSWERS CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DESCRIPTION OF THE VIDEO ON YOUTUBE
TRIVIA CLASSIC ANSWERS (13:05)

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ROUND TWO
GAME SHOW GAMES (19:37)
BOX OFFICE BULLSEYE (20:05)
The movies behind each category, MATHS CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DESCRIPTION...

BASS ACKWARDS – a film that features a nonlinear narrative is… 2014’s INTERSTELLAR
MOLLED TO DEATH – a movies that takes place in a mall or features Gretchen Mol is… 2007’s 3:10 TO YUMA
THE DOGFATHER – a film that features dyslexia is… 2001’s PEARL HARBOR

COUNTDOWN TAKEDOWN (21:41)GUESSES CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DESCRIPTION
SURVEY SAYS (23:22)
SURVEY ANSWERS CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DESCRIPTION

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ROUND THREE
TRI-PARDO (26:54)
The first question chosen is worth TEN POINTS, the second question chosen is worth FIFTEEN POINTS, and the third question chosen is worth TWENTY POINTS! If you get these answers wrong then you lose those points, but if you get them correct then you win the points! After these trio of questions, mark yourself or your friends, before selecting one of the two final categories for the TRIVIA FINALE! For the Trivia Finale, you can wager up to as many points as you have, or as many as TWENTY POINTS if you have less then twenty points. 

... and the categories are (28:11)...

KEEPIN’ IT 100 (28:30)
WITCHCRAFT AND WIZARDRY (28:56)
BODY BREAK (29:25)
COVER ME I’M GOING IN presented by the M. Night Shaym-Aliens (29:51)
CHECKPOINT (30:24)

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POST-SHOW (31:04)
Thank you once again for play Pause + Play, and remember... it's not what you know, it's what you learn along the way! (32:32)

!!!SPOILERS FOR ANSWERS BELOW, HIGHLIGHT TO REVEAL!!!

BOX OFFICE MATHS
BASS ACKWARDS – a film that features a nonlinear narrative
2014’s INTERSTELLAR - $ 188, 020, 017
225.7 to 244.4 for 1 point
191.9 to 225.6 for 3 points
184.2 to 191.8 for 5 points
184.1 to 150.4 for 3 points
150.3 to 131.6 for 1 point

MOLLED TO DEATH – a movies that takes place in a mall or features Gretchen Mol
2007’s 3:10 TO YUMA - $ 53, 606, 916
64.4 to 69.7 for 1 point
54.8 to 64.3 for 3 points
52.5 to 54.7 for 5 points
52.4 to 42.7 for 3 points
42.6 to 37.5 for 1 point

THE DOGFATHER – a film that features dyslexia
2001’s PEARL HARBOR - $ 198, 542, 554
238.3 to 258.1 for 1 point
202.6 to 238.2 for 3 points
194.5 to 202.5 for 5 points
194.4 to 158.8 for 3 points
158.7 to 138.9 for 1 point

COUNTDOWN TAKEDOWN
Closest without going over: David Bowie’s Corporate Whores with… ONE-HUNDRED AND FIVE
The average guess was… FORTY-NINE

SURVERY SAYS ANSWERS
Surve Says Answer Not On The Board: (24:09)
Survey Says Answer: PET (24:37)
Survey Says Answer: DREAM (25:05)
Survey Says Answer: LOVE (25:35)
Survey Says Answer: BUS (26:00)
Survey Says Answer: CHILD (26:31)

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