So I got a few comments, but no one daring enough to throw out answers to the trivia questions I shared on Wednesday. Don't worry, I understand. I occasionally know an answer at trivia, but rarely voice it myself. I just wait for someone else to come up with it (which they inevitably do since there's yet to be an answer that I know that someone else on the team doesn't also know) and agree that it's correct. It's the safe way to go. Daring or not, I figured you still wanted to know the answers, so here you go:
Q: (Category - TV) What 1980s sitcom, airing on NBC for eight seasons, moved the network from 3rd to 1st in the Nielson ratings?
A: The Cosby Show
Q: (Category - Greek Mythology) Pegasus, the winged horse, was created from the blood of what mortal? Hint: the mortal is one of the Gorgons.
Q: (Category - Games) What is it called in darts when a player hits a single, double and triple of the same number?
Q: (Category - TV) In the show Family Matters, what kind of car did Steve Urkel drive?
A: BMW Isetta
Q: (Category - Food & Beverage) What edible bud is traditionally found in Mediterranean cooking and is often used for people suffering from upset stomach or intestinal ailments?
Q: (Category - History) What California city was the final stop for the last ride of the Pony Express?
Q: (Category - Ads & Slogans) Hershey's chocolate often said, "Stir up a..." what?
Q: (Category - Famous Inventions) What time keeping device, invented in 1948 and considered the most accurate, runs on the vibrations of Cesium?
A: Atomic Clock
Q: (Category - Astronomy) On March 18, 2011 the Spaceship Messenger became the first spaceship to enter orbit around what planet?
Q: (Category - Science) What belt, held in place by the earth's magnetic field, is a source of damaging radiation to satellites?
A: Van Allen
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