Here are three tests,
each designed to be a little harder than the previous one. I tried
to pick questions about details that either get mentioned more than once,
or those that stand out in some way. I try to avoid questions with
more meaningless details like "What was the license plate number on the
red car in front of the store..." , etc. On the other hand, trivia
by definition deals with the obscure.
These questions are
mostly in a short-answer format, although some of them are matching or
multiple -choice. A list of episodes (available from other
websites) can help if you have trouble remembering the titles. I
don't have Java or CGI-type interactive capability with my service provider,
so I can't do any multiple-choice-calculate-the-score-instant-feedback
type things. Either write down your answers and check them with the
answer page; or jump back and forth to the answer page, trying not to look
at the answer to the next question, you big cheater.
Click here for...
Approved by the
"I Almost Got On Jeopardy"
Trivia Standards Council.
Click here for my "Jeopardy" story.
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Last updated 12/3/97