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Join us every Wednesday for thirty dorky, geeky, nerdy trivia questions. This podcast lets you to play a trivia game at home, at work, in the car, and with your friends. How well do you know pop culture, movies, comics, TV, books, history, science, geography, and more? Think of us as your own private Jeopardy game. Join host Brian Rollins for a fun-filled, weekly challenge.

Episode Date
130 | Robin Williams Trivia

On what would be his 70th birthday, we’ve got an entire episode dedicated to Robin Williams Trivia.

That’s right, thirty fun questions about the life and works of the actor and comedian. We’ve all got a favorite role of his, hopefully we covered yours today. We’re talking all about his movies, TV roles, stand-up, and his life. If you don’t know the answer, at least you’ll have learned something!

Jul 21, 2021
129 | France Trivia

It’s time to travel again! We’re back to Europe with a country I’ve actually had the joy of visiting! Let’s do some France Trivia this week. Home to wild history, beautiful culture, and some of the best food on the planet, we just had to drop by and visit France this season.

So, uncork some wine. Grab a crepe. And let’s dive in, shall we?

Jul 14, 2021
128 | Quotable 1960s Trivia

It was inevitable that we’d get here. We’ve done other decades, so why not have Quotable 1960s Trivia?

Well, worry no more. (Or start worrying, if you don’t know the 60s). First round are quotes from 1960s movies. Second round are quotes from TV shows that began in the 1960s. The final round are quotes said in the 1960s by celebrities or politicians.

Jul 07, 2021
127 | The Olympic Games Trivia

Citius, Altius, Fortius! Let the games begin! This week, we celebrate the 2020 Tokyo Games with some Olympics Trivia.

After being delayed a year from the pandemic the Games are set to open in Japan. So, let’s enjoy a little normality for a change and watch some of the world’s best athletes do their thing. Or at least, that’s the plan as of now.

Jun 30, 2021
126 | 1970s Cartoon Trivia

Grab that super-sugary cereal and let’s watch some cartoons. This week, we’re featuring 1970s Cartoon Trivia. You know ’em, you love ’em.

The 1970s represents the end of an era, of sorts. In the 1980s, cartoons would be forever changed as they became 30-minute long toy commercials. But hey, let’s enjoy this one, brief, shining moment before we dive into those, shall we?

Jun 23, 2021
125 | Pokémon Trivia

Have you caught them all? Hey gang, this week, we’re diving into Pokémon Trivia.

Pokémon took over schools and TVs in the 1990s. It was everywhere and it’s high time we tackled the franchise.

This episode was the direct result of listener feedback. So, let it not be said that we don’t listen to what you’re saying. If you’ve got a suggestion for an episode in the future, let us know.

Jun 16, 2021
124 | Marvel’s Iron Man Trivia

Suit up, gang. It’s time for some Iron Man Trivia.

This week, we’re diving into the history of Tony Stark, his friends, and his enemies. As always, it’s three rounds of ten questions each. When you’re done with Iron Man trivia, be sure to share the episode with your trivia-loving friends.

Jun 09, 2021
123 | 1990s Video Game Trivia

Ready for some 1990s Video Game Trivia? The 90s were a decade of video game explosion, including the advent of many of the genres we love today. Test your trivia skills with our week thirty question game.

Got a favorite 1990s Video Game? Share it with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit.

Jun 02, 2021
122 | Name that Comedy Movie Trivia

Who needs a good laugh? I know I do. How about some Comedy Movie Trivia?

This week, we’re going to give you two of the stars of the film and the year it was released. You just have to tell us the title. Simple setup, tricky questions. But I know you’ve got this, movie nerds.

May 26, 2021
121 | Captain America Trivia

Are your ready to fight evil with some Captain America trivia?

This week, we’re diving into that paragon of virtue, Captain America. He’s been around for over eighty years and he’s covered a lot of ground. This week, our thirty questions will be all about his character, his enemies, and his history. Roll up your sleeves and let’s do some Captain America trivia.

May 19, 2021
120 | Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Trivia

Begun the Attack of the Clones Trivia has. We’re diving into Episode II of the Star Wars franchise this week with thirty questions. As always, it’s three rounds (Dorky, Geeky, and Nerdy) of ten questions each. How well did you score? Are you a Padawan, a Knight, or a Jedi Master?

Fear not, we’ll get to Episode III sometime this year to close out the Prequel Trilogy. Stay tuned.

May 12, 2021
119 | Mexico Trivia

Who is ready for a nice, warm, tropical vacation? Let’s head South for a little Mexico Trivia this week.

This season, we’re hitting some of the countries that are popular tourist destinations since real-life travel isn’t all that easy (yet). Mexico is a wonderful place with a rich history, varied climates, and wonderful food. Let’s dive in and see how well you know your Mexico Trivia.

May 05, 2021
118 | Real-World Hero Trivia

Not all heroes wear capes. This week, we’re looking at Real-World Heroes trivia for our topic. We spend a lot of time talking about fictional heroes, but not enough time with the real ones. And we know we’ve seen some truly heroic people during the pandemic.

Apr 28, 2021
117 | Star Trek: The Next Generation Movie Trivia

The adventure doesn’t end on the small screen. This week, we’re heading into the theaters (remember those?) with Star Trek: The Generation Movie Trivia. Specifically, Star Trek movies 7 through 10.

That just leaves us with the new Star Trek movies that started in 2009. Stay tuned for those in a future episode.

Apr 21, 2021
116 | Fantastic Four Trivia

It’s Trivia Time! One of the first superhero groups, The Fantastic Four is an iconic set that’s had a rocky road on the big screen. This week, we’re diving into Fantastic Four Trivia both on the page and on the screen.

Welcome to another episode of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. This season, we’re going to try and cover a lot more superheroes and it’s way past time we got the Fantastic Four, don’t you think?

We also need your help with reviews on They are donating twenty-five cents to Meals on Wheels for every podcast review left during the month of April. Take a few seconds and drop us a review. It helps us and it helps a great charity. A rare win-win moment.

Apr 14, 2021
115 | Name That 70’s Band Trivia

Are you ready to rock? How about some 70s Band Trivia? This week, we give you three song titles from the 1970s, you just have to guess the band. Simple and yet not-so-simple. Just like we did for the 80s, you have to guess what band sang the songs.

Don’t worry, we’ll cover other decades in future episodes, so stay tuned.

Apr 07, 2021
114 | Weird Al Yankovic Trivia

Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day and, for a little humor, we’re diving into the life and works of that master of parody, Weird Al Yankovic. That’s right, thirty questions of Weird Al Trivia.

From the mid-80s through today, Al Yankovic has been delighting kids (and kids-at-heart) with his tunes. This week, we dive into his songs and his career.

In site news, we broke 40,000 downloads last week! Thank you to everyone who’s listening and who’s helping to spread the word. We really appreciate it!

Mar 31, 2021
113 | Hanna-Barbera Trivia

Yabba-dabba-doo! It’s time for some Hanna-Barbera Trivia. A staple of animation from the 50s through today, Hanna-Barbera Studios created a slew of characters that we all know and love.

So, how well do you know the history of the studio and their many creations?

Mar 24, 2021
112 | Ireland Trivia (History & Geography)

What better way to spend our virtual St. Patrick’s Day than with some Ireland Trivia?

For this week’s episode, we’re heading across the Atlantic to the Emerald Isle for thirty trivia questions covering the history, geography, and pop culture surrounding Ireland.

Mar 17, 2021
111 | Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Trivia

Who is ready for Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Trivia? It’s our fourth Star Wars episode and I promise, we’ll cover the rest of the Prequel Trilogy this season.

Back in 1999, the Internet melted when this movie was announced. Now, love it or hate it, this was a massive deal back then. Let’s see how well you remember the movie and some of the behind-the-scenes facts.

Mar 10, 2021
110 | Name that Sci-Fi TV Show Trivia

Who is ready for some Sci-Fi TV Trivia? With the pandemic raging on, I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s caught up on every old show that’s available on streaming.

This week, the set up is pretty simple. I give you three members of a show’s cast, you just have to name the Sci-Fi show they were all on. There’s a twist, that I won’t reveal just yet, but I’m sure you smart cookies will figure it out.

Mar 03, 2021
109 | Two-Year Anniversary Trivia Special

Two years ago, we launched this weird little show and you’re all still listening! We’re not the top Trivia Podcast, but we’re still growing. Thanks to everyone that’s tuned in and a special thanks to everyone that’s helped share the show.

If you’re new here, welcome to the show. This is not our usual format. This week, for our two year anniversary, we’re selecting questions from past topics covered in the last year. This episode is also special as it has forty questions instead of our usual thirty. An extra 10 questions as my present to you for your support this last year in making us a great Trivia Podcast.

Feb 24, 2021
108 | Untold History Trivia

As we work our way through Black History Month, I’m struck by all the stories being presented that never showed up in our history books. At least, not the ones used in Elementary and High School. So, I got to thinking, what other stories are out there? What are we missing? So, this episode is dedicated to the untold stories. The weird, the unusual, and the uncomfortable. So, whos is ready for Untold History Trivia?

Due to popular demand, I’ve added the show’s transcript with links to more material and reading. If you’re inspired, please read more.

Feb 17, 2021
107 | Romance Movie Trivia

Ready for Valentine’s day? Well, even if you can’t take your date out someplace nice, you can chill and watch some romantic movies. And we are here to help you with some Romance Movie Trivia.

Curl up and chill as we dive into movies that you love and that are about love.

Feb 10, 2021
106 | Black Panther Trivia

February is Black History Month and we’re celebrating the only way we know how: With trivia! Specifically, Black Panther Trivia.

The first “mainstream” black comic book character, Black Panther is a proud, noble, and thoroughly awesome superhero. We’ve got thirty trivia questions to test your knowledge of the superhero, his enemies, his friends, and his many incarnations.

Feb 03, 2021
105 | 1990’s Cartoon Trivia

Who remembers 1990’s cartoons? Well, we do and they were glorious. Join us as we slide back in time to the final decade of the 20th Century for some rowdy, rambunctious fun with the cartoons of the 1990’s. So, settle in for thirty questions of 1990s cartoon trivia.

Specifically, we’re looking at shows that started in the 90’s. They may (or may not) have finished outside the decade. So, good luck!

Jan 27, 2021
104 | New Zealand Trivia

Anyone else need a vacation from 2021, already? Me too. Let’s have some New Zealand trivia.

This week, we’re going someplace beautiful, warm, and (effectively) Covid-free. We’re heading to New Zealand for some trivia this week. It’s been on my travel list for a long time and so I wanted to pay them a visit (virtually).

From warm beaches to snowy peaks, New Zealand has a wide variety of topography. It also possesses a varied and interesting history, so let’s dive into some trivia about the country.

Stay tuned for other vacation destination places later on this year so we can travel in our minds and just enjoy ourselves.

Jan 20, 2021
103 | Superman Trivia

Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman Trivia this week.

It’s episode 103 and I am a little embarrassed that it has taken so long to get around to such an iconic character as Superman. But, we rectify this today!

The character has seen many incarnations over his storied history, so there’s a lot of Superman Trivia to dive into. From radio, to TV, to the big screen, Superman is one of (if not THE) most iconic superheroes of all time.

If you’re a fan of The Man of Steel or any of the members of his rogues gallery, you are in for a treat in this week’s episode.

So pull on your tights and we will get this show on the road.

Jan 13, 2021
102 | Feel-Good Movie Trivia

Let’s start 2021 off right, shall we? How about some Feel-Good Movie trivia?

This week, we’re all about feeling good with thirty questions from movies that leave us smiling like big saps as the credits roll. Something funny, touching, or just plain silly makes these movies a nice “comfort food” for watching when times are tough.

We’ll kick this year off by leaving 2020 behind and having a few laughs and and some happy tear. Sound good? Then let’s get to it.

Jan 06, 2021
101 | Disaster Movie Trivia

Is 2020 over yet? I’m done, how about you? This week, we’re celebrating the end of one disastrous year by talking about disaster movies. Disaster movie trivia in thirty questions to help assuage the horror of this year.

Dec 30, 2020
100 | Star Trek Trivia Spectacular

Has it really been one-hundred episodes? It feels like it was only yesterday I was putting this thing together on a whim. Now, here we are. 100 episodes. Over 30,000 episode downloads. What a wild ride. So, let’s go back to where it all began, with some Star Trek trivia.

And, the questions this week can come from anywhere in the Star Trek universe. Any series. Any movie. And elsewhere. That’s right, we’re going to cover the new series (Discovery, Lower Decks, and Picard) as well as the classics you know and love.

Also, we’re turning this episode up to 40. That’s right, the Freaky Round is back. Well, don’t just sit there letting me prattle on, get going and listen! And be sure to share your score with this week’s Star Trek Trivia.

Dec 23, 2020
99 | Movie Musical Trivia

99 episodes! Next week is the big 100! For now, we’re going to talk about Movie Musical trivia. These are either original musicals for the big screen or adaptations of stage musicals.

Either way, we’re going have some fun and maybe sing along, if you know the words (and even if you don’t, we won’t judge).

Dec 16, 2020
98 | 1980’s Fantasy Film Trivia

They were weird and they were wonderful. Those fantasy films of the 1980s. The same decade that saw the rise and fall of Dungeons and Dragons had a plethora of fantastic films to inspire and delight. Let’s get started with 80s Fantasy Movie trivia.

If you’re like me, and grew up in the 80s, many of these movies are near and dear to your heart. They were so kooky and so cool. We watched these movies late into the night (when we weren’t playing D&D or Atari).

Dec 09, 2020
97 | Quotable 1970’s Trivia (TV, Movies, and Politics)

Between the turbulent 60’s and Reagan-era 80’s, sat the 1970’s. A period of transition. For this week’s Quotable episode, we’re offering a new spin. Each round will be from a different area of the 1970’s. That’s it, 70s quotes trivia.

For round one will be movie quotes. Round two, TV show quotes. Round three will be real-world quotes from world leaders, celebrities, and so on.

Pretty simple, right?

Dec 02, 2020
96 | James Bond Trivia

Trivia. Geeky Trivia. Who is ready for some James Bond Trivia?

The new movie has been delayed, again, so here we are trying to ease the pain a little. From Sean Connery to Daniel Craig, James Bond has had a wild ride that (hopefully) won’t end any time soon.

Nov 25, 2020
95 | Toy Story Trivia

To infinity and beyond! This week, it’s Toy Story trivia.

We had a Pixar episode way back last year, but it’s time to dive into the film that made Pixar what it is and its three sequels. The original Toy Story movie is a masterpiece that changed how we look at computer animated movies and animated movies in general. We laughed, we cried, and we cheered for Woody, Buzz, and all of Andy’s toys.

Nov 18, 2020
94 | Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Trivia

I told you we’d be back to a galaxy far, far away. Time to catch up with the third (or sixth) movie in the series with some Star Wars: Return of the Jedi trivia. Let’s get this show on the road and blast off with thirty trivia questions.

Our episode this week, is dedicated to our idol, Alex Trebek. A fixture in our homes for over three decades, Alex will be sorely missed from our TVs and our lives. And, if you’re anything like us, you grew up on Jeopardy! and found your love of trivia there.

So, if you’re feeling like doing something in Alex’s honor, please donate to the Pancreatic Cancer Network (PanCAN). Doing great work for people fighting the disease as well as support their families, PanCAN needs your support. This disease is deadly and often incurable.

We love you Alex and we’ll miss you. Thank you for everything!

Nov 11, 2020
93 | Quotable US President Trivia

We may (or may not) know who the winner of the US Presidential election, we can look back at past Presidents and their words (for good or ill). So this week, enjoy some Presidential Quote trivia.

We all know the classics like, “Four score and seven years ago,” but how well do we know some of the other things said by America’s leaders? You might be surprised by some of the answers and the frankness that some of our past presidents used when they were in office (and out of office).

Nov 04, 2020
92 | Vampire Trivia (Myths, Movies, and More)

It’s the last Wednesday before Halloween and our last chance for a chilling episode to set the mood. This week, it’s all about those charming bloodsuckers, Vampires. Their myths, their movies, and more are covered this week. So, enjoy our Vampire Trivia episode.

From Dracula to Buffy, we’ve got you covered with thirty questions of Vampire Trivia. How well do you know the children of the night?

Oct 28, 2020
91 | 1990’s Horror Movie Trivia

Do You Like Scary Movies? How about some 90s Horror Trivia?

The 1990s were chock full of them. Since it’s Halloween season and, we’re up to our 91st episode, we thought it was time to revisit some of those classic (and not-so-classic) films.

Oct 21, 2020
90 | Quotable Harry Potter Trivia

What happens when you mix two of our listener’s favorites together? A Quotable Harry Potter episode! That’s right, thirty Harry Potter quotes trivia questions this week.

We’re not quite done with Hogwarts and the Wizarding World. We’ll cook up more episodes in the future, so stay tuned. For now, enjoy the show.

Oct 14, 2020
89 | Agatha Christie Trivia

October is here and we’re in the mind for murder. How about some Agatha Christie Trivia?

This week, we’re diving into the life and works of the Queen of the Murder Mystery, Agatha Christie. What better time of the year than to cozy up with a good mystery than right now? Got a favorite Christie novel? I bet we’ve got it covered in here.

Oct 07, 2020
88 | Name the Science Fiction Author Trivia

We’re back with our second Name the Author episode. This time, we’re hitting up Science Fiction. Quick and simple. We give you the title, you give us the author. It’s a mix of both old and new SciFi, so make sure your brain is nice and limber. So, let’s get started with some SciFi author trivia.

Sep 30, 2020
87 | Sherlock Holmes Trivia

How well do you know your Sherlock Holmes trivia? Match wits with our trivia crew and see how well you can do in thirty questions about that master sleuth, his adventures, and about the man who created him.

Sep 23, 2020
86 | Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Trivia

It’s been 76 episodes since we hit Star Wars, and I’m a little ashamed. But, this week, we rectify that omission and dive into what is, arguably, the best Star Wars film of them all (feel free to debate this on Twitter or Facebook). So, this week it’s Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back trivia.

As always, it’s thirty trivia questions broken up into three rounds. You can find more episodes on our Shows page, when you’re done here. We have a plethora of science fiction episodes that you’re going to love. And, I promise, more Star Wars episodes will be coming in the future.

Sep 16, 2020
85 | Star Trek: The Original Series Movie Trivia

This week, we’re covering the first six Star Trek movies in one big episode in honor Star Trek’s 54th birthday. Running from 1979 to 1991, these movies proved that Star Trek could live outside the world of television and make entertain a whole new generation of fans. So get ready for Star Trek Movie Trivia.

Sep 09, 2020
84 | Video Game Movie Trivia

While they are hardly classics, they are a lot of fun. Join us this week as we dive into the sub-genre of Video Game Movies. That’s right, thirty questions about Video Game Movie Trivia.

Like always, we offer thirty trivia questions for the dork, geek, or nerd in all of us. Try your best. Even if you do not get them all correct, you might just learn something. At a minimum, you’ll have a new set of movies to binge when you’re bored.

Sep 02, 2020
83 | 1960’s Walt Disney Movie Trivia

If you had Disney Channel in the late 1980’s you should be intimately familiar with the movies in this week’s episode. We’re talking the classics from Walt Disney from 1960 to 1969. And believe me, they produced a lot of movies in that decade. Enjoy some 60s Disney Trivia!

What was your favorite Disney movie from that period? Are there any we missed?

Aug 26, 2020
82 | The Muppets and Jim Henson Trivia

It’s time to play the music, it’s time to light the lights, it’s time…for some trivia. Muppets Trivia, to be precise.

This week, we’re all about those felt freaks from the mind of Jim Henson. Summer is winding down, so let’s have a little fun. It’s also a way to look back at past Muppet fun while they forge ahead with their new show, Muppets Now.

Aug 19, 2020
81 | Wonder Woman Trivia

Well, the new Wonder Woman movie, Wonder Woman 1984, will come out…eventually. Until then, here’s some trivia to tide you over. Or wait and listen when the movie is closer to its release date. OR, listen now and then play it with your friends on the way to the theater and you’ll be a Wonder Woman expert! That’s right, it’s time for Wonder Woman Trivia.

Wonder Woman is the prototype for all women comic book characters and it is way past time we paid her some homage. What are your favorite female comic book characters? Anyone we should cover in an episode of Dorky Geeky Nerdy?

Aug 12, 2020
80 | Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Trivia

Who is ready for some more some Deathly Hallows Trivia? One last Harry Potter episode before heading back to school (or at least until kids go back to school online).

This won’t be our last trip to Hogwarts or the Wizarding World, so stay tuned for more in the future.

Aug 05, 2020
79 | 1970’s Science Fiction Movies

Time to binge some “classic” Science Fiction films. This week, we’re diving into the unique and wonderful sci-fi films of the 1970’s. Both good and bad, they are fun movies to watch. So dive into thirty questions from 70s Sci-Fi Movie Trivia.

Test your knowledge and, if you miss a few, at least you have some new movies to watch on Netflix. Seriously, check them out.

Jul 29, 2020
78 | Disney Heroine Trivia

Still no new Mulan movie from Disney? Oh well, we have delayed this episode long enough. In honor of the new Mulan reboot (whenever it hits theaters), we wanted to run down those feisty females of Disney films. That’s right, this week it’s Disney Heroine trivia.

Grab your little princesses and princes and play along with the whole family! That’s right, boys and girls can play along. No reason why they all can’t see strong women on film.

Leave us a comment on the page to tell us your favorite Disney Heroine. Merida from Brave? Jasmine from Aladdin? Maybe it’s Lilo? We can’t forget Elsa and Anna from Frozen. Share with the team and your fellow listeners. You can also reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter. We’d love to hear from you all.

Jul 22, 2020
77 | Quotable 1990’s Movie Trivia

You’ve been watching a lot of movies lately, haven’t you? Well, that’s all about to pay off. It’s our latest Quotables episode and it’s all about the 90’s!

We give you a quote from a movie, you just have to name the movie. Simple and fun. Good luck.

Jul 15, 2020
76 | Star Trek: The Animated Series Trivia

I bet you thought we’d forgotten about this, didn’t you? Fear not, Star Trek: The Animated series wont be missed. Here are thirty questions to slake your Star Trek trivia thirst. How well can you do with Star Trek Animated Series trivia?

The often forgotten series didn’t run long, but it was memorable to those of us that got a chance to watch it. Try your best and then binge the series to pick up anything you missed.

Jul 08, 2020
75 | American History Trivia

It’s America’s birthday. Let’s take a look at America’s history and see how much you remember from history class (and how much got left out). So, enjoy the American History Trivia this week.

When you’re done with American History Trivia, drop us a line and let us know what you thought of the episode. You can use the feedback form at the bottom of this page. It’s a simple, two question survey. No personal info needed.

You can also use the Contact form to send in a more detailed bit of feedback. Either (or both) is a great way to get our attention.

Jul 01, 2020
74 | Name That 1980s Band Trivia

For those about to trivia…we salute you!

This week, we are mixing it up on the Naming games and going back to the 1980s for some rocking tunes. I give you the song, you tell me the band that sang it.

Jun 24, 2020
73 | Theater & Broadway Trivia

The show must go on! Even without the Tony Awards this weekend, we can still send the theater our love and respect. Here’s thirty questions about theater’s past and present to test your knowledge on. Let the theater trivia begin.

When you’re done, be sure to swing by our Facebook or Twitter pages to say “Hello!” Tell us your favorite show and compare notes with other trivia nerds.

Jun 17, 2020
72 | Name the Fantasy Author Trivia

Read any good books lately? With all this spare time, why not dive into a few classic or new Fantasy novels.

But before that, lets test your knowledge of the Fantasy genre. Ill give you the title, you tell me the author. Plain and simple, right?

Jun 10, 2020
71 | Mel Brooks Movie Trivia

Anyone else need a good laugh? Me too. How about some Mel Brooks Trivia?

This week, we’re diving head-first into the fun pool that is Mel Brooks. If you’re new here, welcome. We offer up thirty trivia questions over three rounds (Dorky, Geeky, and Nerdy).

Do your best and have fun!

Content Note: While Mel Brooks’ movies are pretty deep into R-rated territory, this episode is perfectly safe for young ears (Though they may not get many of these correct).

Jun 03, 2020
70 | Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Trivia

One more trip to Hogwarts with the sixth book in the Harry Potter series. How well do you know your Half-Blood Prince trivia?

Well. we’ve got thirty fun questions to test your knowledge of the penultimate Harry Potter book. What was your favorite part of this book? You can share your opinions in the comments section here or join us on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit.

May 27, 2020
69 | Science Fiction Novel Trivia

It’s time to head off into the beyond and dance among the stars. How well do you know your Science Fiction novels? If you’re like me, you’ve read a lot, but might not know all these titles and some are from well-known authors. So, give it your best shot with Sci-Fi Novel Trivia.

Even if you don’t do well, you’ll have a bunch of books to update your To-Read pile.

May 20, 2020
68 | 2000’s Horror Movie Trivia

Can it be that the year 2000 was 20 years ago? Wow. Well, with the scheduled release of the Saw reboot this weekend, we thought it might be fun to dive back into the gory and frightening world of the 2000s (2000-2009).

When you’re done (and if you’re not too traumatized), please take a minute to drop us a review on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to the show. Thanks!

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May 13, 2020
67 | Black Widow Trivia

Delayed till November of 2020, Black Widow was going to be Marvel’s big movie in 2020. Since it was on our schedule already, we’re going ahead with our episode dedicated to Natasha to help soothe those COVID-19 blues with some Black Widow trivia.

This isn’t our first Marvel episode and it certainly won’t be our last. We’ve covered Avengers, Spider-Man, X-Men, and so much more. What is your favorite Marvel show that we’ve done on Dorky Geeky Nerdy?

May 06, 2020
66 | Television Mystery Shows

The clues are out there. Can you solve this week’s mystery? Thirty questions about Television Mysteries. Everything from Murder, She Wrote to Sherlock Holmes. Dig in and solve the case with Television Mysteries Trivia.

Loved Columbo? Couldn’t miss Miss Marple? Then this is the episode for you.

This week’s questions come from our one and only, Blaine Dowler. If you love a good mystery, his Bedtime in the Public Domain podcast will be featuring The Murder of Roger Ackroyd soon. So subscribe and listen. You won’t be disappointed. And be sure to say hi!

Apr 29, 2020
65 | Star Trek: Enterprise Trivia

Another Star Trek episode? Why of course! We wouldn’t want it any other way around here. This week, were hitting the fifth live-action Star Trek series, and the last that aired on a traditional TV network. So, let’s dive into Enterprise Trivia!

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Episode Introduction

Welcome back to the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. This week, we engage with our fifth Star Trek episode, Star Trek: Enterprise.

As always, we have thirty fun trivia questions that I’ll ask and you answer. Pretty simple. If you’re looking for more fun, head over to for more episodes, including four other Star Trek series.

OK, shuttlepod’s on board, so let’s shove off.

The Dorky Round

1. Unlike the previous three Star Trek series, Enterprise didn't last seven seasons. How many seasons did it last?


2. What was the Enterprise's registry number?


3. What was the name of the Enterprise's sister ship?


4. What was the name of Captain Archer's dog?


5. Which character was a professor in Brazil before coming aboard the Enterprise?

Hoshi Sato

6. What is Trip's full name?

Charles Tucker III

7. The Enterprise lacked traditional tractor beams and had to rely on what instead?

Magnetic Grapplers

8. Who guest starred as Dr. Arik Soong?

Brent Spiner

9. The show premiered in what year?


10. The Enterprise didn't have shields. What defensive measures did she have?

Polarized Hull Plating

The Geeky Round

1. Love it or hate it, what was the title of the show's theme song?

Where My Heart Will Take Me. It was renamed from Faith of the Heart when rewritten for the show.

2. What was the title of the first episode?

“Broken Bow”

3. What was the title of the last episode?

“These Are The Voyages…”

4. What race was Phlox a member of?


5. The Enterprise was the first Earth ship to achieve what speed?

Warp Five

6. Which crew member lost a relative when the Xindi attacked Earth?

Trip. His sister was killed.

7. What three characters are the only three to appear in every episode?

Archer, T’Pol, and Trip

8. Who voiced the ships' computers in the episodes In A Mirror, Darkly and These are the Voyages?

Majel Barrett. She voiced Starfleet computers in five different series.

9. There is a replica statue of who in Archer's quarters?

Zephram Cochrane

10. What does the M in M-Class planet stand for?


The Nerdy Round

1. What sport was Captain Archer a fan of?

Water Polo

2. What veteran DS9 actor played Commander Shran?

Jeffrey Combs

3. Two members of the crew were Eagle Scouts. Who were they?

Archer and Malcom Reed

4. How many wives did Dr. Phlox have?


5. How old is T'Pol at the start of the series?


6. What was the name of the ship Travis Mayweather was born on?

The ECS Horizon

7. What does MACO stand for?

Military Assault Command Operations

8. In what episode does the crew find themselves in WW2 on Earth?

Storm Front

9. Had the show been renewed for a fifth season, what was going to be added to the Enterprise itself?

A secondary hull. Making her look more like the classic Enterprise.

10. Malcolm Reed was named for a character in what series of books?

The Horatio Hornblower series. Gene Roddenberry pitched the original Star Trek as Hornblower in Space.

Episode Conclusion

Well, it’s been a long road getting from there to here but you made it. There’s still more Star Trek to be had, so subscribe and rate the show.

We’ll be back next week with more TV trivia. Here’s your hint:

“Who would famously be underestimated by his adversaries until he stopped to ask “just one more thing”?”

I look forward to seeing you all again next week. Same time, same channel.

This has been the Dorky, Geeky, Nerdy Trivia Podcast. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Thanks for listening.

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Apr 22, 2020
64 | Money & Currency Trivia

Money makes the world go ’round. And it makes up our trivia episode this week. Normally, April 15 is Tax Day here in the US, but that’s delayed until July 15, 2020. So, how about some Money Trivia.

Fun Money Fact: The US Bureau of Printing and Engraving goes through 9.7 tons of ink every day. Boggles the mind, doesn’t it?

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Apr 15, 2020
63 | Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel Trivia

Time to head back to the Whedonverse with an episode covering two iconic horror series: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. Grab your stake and get ready for some Buffy Trivia!

Apr 08, 2020
62 | 1960s Movie Trivia

We’re diving back into our decade-of-film episodes, with films of the 1960’s. If you’ve been with us awhile, you might remember our 1950’s episode. If not, check it out after you’re done with today’s nostalgia trip. Let’s go with 1960s Movie Trivia.

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Welcome to the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. I’m your host and guide Brian Rollins.

This week, we’re dropping into the time machine to head back to the decade of peace, love, and some really good movies. If you’re new to the show, welcome. You can get yourself some rules and score sheets at our website,

We have sixty-one other episodes, including one on 1950’s movies, if you’re so inclined.

The format of the show is pretty simple. We give you three rounds of ten questions each. I’ll read the question, then you’ll have five seconds to come up with the answer. Then, I’ll read the answer. Play alone or with anyone you’re quarantined with.

That covers the basics. Let’s get going.

The Dorky Round

1. What artificial intelligence could do many things but still refused to open pod bay doors?


2. Eddie Murphy starred in the remake of what 1963 Jerry Lewis film?

The Nutty Professor

3. 80's band Duran Duran got their name from a character in what 1968 film?


4. Peter Sellers took on three different roles in what 1964 Black Comedy?

Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

5. How many trombones did Prof Harold Hill say would lead the parade?


6. What movie concludes with the line, 'Eliza? Where the devil are my slippers'?

My Fair Lady

7. What was Audrey Hepburn's character's name in Breakfast at Tiffany's?

Holly Golightly

8. For what movie did Julie Andrews win her first Academy Award?

Mary Poppins

9. Who played Cornelius in The Planet of the Apes

Roddy McDowall. He would later appear in many of the sequels.

10. In the 1960's, who played Henry Higgins, Julius Caesar, and Dr. Doolittle?

Rex Harrison

The Geeky Round

1. In what year did George Romero's classic Night of the Living Dead premiere?


2. Stanley Kubrick adapted what Vladimir Nabokov novel in 1962?


3. In The Dirty Dozen, what crime had all 12 of the men been convicted of?


4. Who were the stars of the 1967 Bonnie & Clyde?

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway

5. In what movie did Suzanne Plechette ask, 'Don't they ever stop migrating?'

The Birds

6. Bullitt, and it's iconic car chase, takes place in what city?

San Francisco

7. In the 1963 film, The Pink Panther, what does the title refer to?

The Pink Panther is a jewel.

8. George Pal would direct what HG Wells adaptation in 1960?

The Time Machine

9. Who did John Wayne play in True Grit?

Rooster Cogburn

10. What 1963 film featured characters with nicknames like The Cooler King, The Scrounger, and Big X?

The Great Escape

The Nerdy Round

1. What British movie was released in the US as Five Million Years to Earth?

Quartermass and the Pit

2. Remade in 2016, what 1960 western was itself, a remake of a Japanese film?

The Magnificent Seven. It was based Seven Samurai

3. What actress was the singing voice for Eliza in My Fair Lady and Maria in West Side Story?

Marni Nixon

4. Who directed Lawrence of Arabia?

David Lean

5. What 1962 film told the story of D-Day from both the Allied and German perspectives?

The Longest Day

6. Who played Gracchus in Spartacus?

Charles Laughton

7. How old was Olivia Hussey when she played Juliet in 1968?

She was only fifteen

8. In the original Ocean's 11, where does most of the stolen money end up?

Burned up in a crematorium.

9. Dick Van Dyke did a lot of movie musicals in the 1960s. In which one did he play Albert F Peterson?

Bye Bye Birdie

10. What movie had Mickey Rooney as Ding Bell and Sid Caesar as Melville Crump?

It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World

Episode Conclusion

OK, the house lights are back up and we’re all out of questions this week. I hope you had fun.

Like I said earlier, there are 61 other episodes, so be sure to check them out, especially if you’re stuck “social distancing.”

If you liked the show, be sure to reach to us on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit. We’d love to hear from you all. Also, we could use your help with a nice review on your podcast directory of choice.

We’ll be back next week with more fun. Here’s your hint for next week’s show:

What TV show (and it’s spin-off) were remakes of a 1992 movie starring Kristy Swanson?

See you back here next Wednesday.

This has been the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Thanks for listening.

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Apr 01, 2020
61 | Women in STEM Trivia

As we wrap up International Women’s Month, we wanted to give a shout out to women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics or STEM for short. Far too often, their historic contributions aren’t well-known and we’d like to remedy that. This week, we present Women in STEM trivia.

To all the women out there slinging code, tapping beakers, and peering into the vast reaches of the universe, this episode is dedicated to you.

Mar 25, 2020
60 | Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Trivia

Anyone else cooped up with “Social Distancing?” Well, here’s a great way to pass the time with your family. Test your trivia knowledge of the fifth book in the Harry Potter series. Let’s get going with Order of the Phoenix Trivia.

When you’re done, maybe have everyone settle in and listen to the audiobook version. Quiet and relaxing. No need to worry about the impending doom outside, right?

Mar 18, 2020
59 | Geometry Trivia

It’s Pi Day this Saturday. So break out your protractor and compass, it’s time for Geometry Trivia!

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Mar 11, 2020
58 | Final Fantasy Trivia

So many games, so little time. Who’s up for some Final Fantasy Trivia?

We’re diving into the massive universe that is the Final Fantasy games. How well do you remember the games, both old and new? Let’s see if we can separate the hardcore fans from the ‘casuals’. What’s your favorite FF game? Something from the 90s? Maybe it’s one of the newer games. Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit.

A special thanks to my cohost, Blaine Dowler, for writing up this episode. All mispronunciations of Japanese names is totally on me!

Mar 04, 2020
57 | One-Year Anniversary Trivia Special

One Year! That’s one year of Geek Trivia!

We made it one whole year! Fifty-Seven episodes and not a single week missed! Go team! And thank you to all you kids our there listening. Your feedback and shares have made this adventure a lot of fun.

This starts Season 2 of the show. What’s different? Well…nothing except new theme music by Jason Shaw at AudionautiX. It’s just a good place to break things up. Fear not, we’re still doing 30 questions over three rounds. We still have a Dorky, a Geeky, and a Nerdy round.

Except this week. We’re featuring new questions from a host of previous episodes’ topics. And there aren’t 30 questions this time. Oh no, this episode goes to 40! 40 questions of geek trivia. Oh yeah.

Feb 26, 2020
56 | Academy Award Trivia

Let’s face it, the Oscars are chock full of trivia bits. From nominees, to winners, to the ceremony itself, we have thirty trivia questions to tickle movie lovers around the globe. Let’s get started with Academy Award Trivia!

When you’re done, head over to Blaine’s 99 Years 100 Movies podcast where he discusses past Academy Award Best Picture winners.

Feb 19, 2020
55 | Star Trek: Voyager Trivia

Celebrating twenty-five years in 2020, the last of the three “Next Gen” Star Trek series is today’s episode. Let’s head off into the Delta Quadrant for some fun. Enjoy this week’s Star Trek: Voyager Trivia.

Feb 12, 2020
54 | Women in Comics Trivia

In honor of the new (and very cool-looking) Birds of Prey movie hitting theaters this weekend, we wanted to honor all the women (on the page and behind the scenes) that make comics great. Women in Comics Trivia is what we’ve got for this week’s show.

Did we miss your favorite writer, artist, or character? Let us know. We’re always open to feedback. Have a topic you want to hear? Let us know that as well.

Feb 05, 2020
53 | Edgar Allan Poe Trivia

Happy Birthday to Edgar Allan Poe, born in 1809. The master of the macabre, Poe was a prolific writer of short stories and poetry. Let’s dig into his life and many works. How well do your remember your Edgar Allan Poe trivia?

What’s your favorite Poe work? I have to say Pit & the Pendulum is my personal favorite. The use of the other four senses (rather than just sight) makes for a visceral experience.

What other horror and mystery authors should we do next?

Jan 29, 2020
52 | Card Game Trivia

It’s been way too long since we hit games of any kind. And, since it’s Episode 52, it seemed fitting to try our hand at some card game trivia. Get it? Hand. Sorry. (No, I’m not).

Anyway, it’s cold and dreary out there, why not cozy up with some trivia and then, when you’re done, play a few games with your friends. Or, if you prefer, a warm mug of hot chocolate and some solitaire.

Jan 22, 2020
51 | Classic Battlestar Galactica Trivia

Time to join the rag tag fleet and find a new home away from the Cylons. How well do you remember the classic 1970’s TV series from Glen A Larson? Try your hand at thirty questions in three rounds of Battlestar Galactica Trivia.

Fear not, we’ll visit the 2004 Battlestar Galactica reboot in a future episode, so stay tuned.

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Jan 15, 2020
50 | Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Trivia

It’s a new year, but we still have Harry Potter books to cover!

This week, we’re diving into Book Four of the series. The Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher looks like he knows what he’s doing, so no goofing around.

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In unrelated news, Holy Snarglelumps! Fifty episodes!? How the time flies by.

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Jan 08, 2020
49 | Doctor Who Trivia

Happy New Year! We’re back with new episodes for 2020! And, like we promised, we’re jumping into the TARDIS for some Doctor Who trivia.

Thanks to everyone that joined us in 2019 and hearty welcome to the new folks in 2020. Last year was great and we hope this year is even better.

A huge thank you to co-host Blaine Dowler for writing this episode. He’s a way bigger Whovian than I am, so I laid this one all on his shoulders.

Jan 01, 2020
48 | A Christmas Carol

A Merry Christmas to all! Our episode this week is all about that Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol. Enjoy the episode with your friends and family this fine day. That’s right, for the holiday, we have A Christmas Carol Trivia.

This is our last episode of 2019, so a huge thank you for everyone that’s joined us on our trivia journey this year. 48 episodes and still going strong. We’re pumped for even more trivia in the coming year, so stay tuned. Want to help out? Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Share us with your friends. Leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or wherever you listen to us.

We hope 2019 was a good year for you and that 2020 will be even better! See you on the other side!

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Dec 25, 2019
47 | Quotable Christmas Movie Trivia

Fire up the TV, pop the popcorn, and snuggle up with your loved ones, it’s movie trivia time. Specifically, it’s time for Christmas Movie Trivia.

We all have a favorite Holiday movie and we’ve got thirty quotes from the best movies and specials from the distant past and some more recently. Did we include your favorite? If not, share it and maybe it’ll make it into an episode in the future.

If you haven’t subscribed to the show yet, please take a moment to do so. You don’t want to miss our Christmas Day episode and if you’re subscribed, it’ll drop right onto your podcast app of choice. That’s it for Christmas Movie Trivia.

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Dec 18, 2019
46 | Christmas Traditions Around The World Trivia

How do you celebrate the holidays? It turns out, there are many, many Christmas traditions around the world. This week, we dive into some of the more interesting and unique ones.

This the first of three holiday-themed episodes to wrap up the year. Stay warm and dive in!

Dec 11, 2019
45 | Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Trivia

More Harry Potter? Why not. We still have four more books to go and these are, by far, our most popular episodes. This week, we delve into the third book in the series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

When you’re done with the episode, be sure to send us some feedback on the episode (see below) and drop us a review on your podcast directory of choice.

Dec 04, 2019
44 | Food and Cooking Around the World Trivia

Who’s hungry? This week is Thanksgiving (here in the US) and we’re heading into the holidays, which means time for big feasts and parties. Let’s kick off the season with thirty fun questions about cooking and food. So put on your napkin and let’s tuck in to Food Trivia this week.

Nov 27, 2019
43 | Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Trivia

Our third trip into the Star Trek universe and out to the Frontier with Benjamin Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine. It’s my personal favorite Star Trek series (and one of my all-time favorites). How well do your know the fourth series and the only one to take place on space station?

As always, we have three rounds of ten questions each. Each round is harder than the last. If you’re looking for a score sheet or rules, check out our Rules page.

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Welcome to the edge of the Final Frontier.

Hey there, gang. I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. Every week, we get into another geeky trivia topic. This week, it’s my personal favorite show of all time, Star Trek Deep Space Nine. I’m an all around Trekker, but there’s something about DS9 that makes me watch it over and over.

If you’re new, welcome aboard. Be sure to clear anything you brought on board with Odo. If you need some rules and regulations, you can find them at Dorky Geeky Nerdy dot com slash rules.

Grab a runabout, and let’s head for the Gamma Quadrant.

The Dorky Round

1. Which character was promoted from commander to captain during the course of the series?

Benjamin Lafayette Sisko

2. What term did the religious faithful of Bajor use to refer to Ben Sisko?

The Emissary

3. Who taught at the school on the station?

Keiko O’Brien

4. Which character was (eventually) revealed to be genetically engineered as a child?

Doctor Julian Bashir

5. Which Cardassian secret service agency used to employ Garak, the plain, simple tailor?

The Obsidian Order

6. What was the Bajoran name for the Wormhole?

The Celestial Temple

7. How many Runabouts were originally assigned to DS9?

Three (The Rio Grande, the Ganges, and the Yangzee Kiang)

8. In what DS9 episode is the crew forced into a game of chula?

Move Along Home

9. Before the station was called Deep Space Nine, what was its name?

Terok Nor

10. Although credited in every episode of the series, which actor only appeared in 71 episodes?

Cirroc Lofton who played Jake Sisko

The Geeky Round

1. Released in 2019, what was the name of the documentary about DS9?

What We Left Behind

2. Which character was created when Michelle Forbes chose not to reprise her role as Ensign Ro?

Major Kira Nerys

3. Which klingons who first appeared in the original series returned for Deep Space Nine's 'Blood Oath' in season two?

Kor, Kang, and Koloth

4. What was the registry number for the USS Defiant?


5. What Academy Award winner was a recurring villain on DS9?

Louise Fletcher (who played Kai Winn)

6. How many episodes of DS9 feature the mirror universe?


7. The Defiant's hull features what extra protection?

Ablative armor

8. What was the name of DS9's sister station?

Empok Nor

9. Which episode saw Chief O'Brien sentenced to have twenty years of imprisonment implanted in his memory?

“Hard Time”. One of the many “O’Brien must suffer” episodes

10. While the series featured a lot of recurring guest stars, which actor guested the most?

Aron Eisenberg appeared as Nog 47 times.

The Nerdy Round

1. How many hours are in a Bajoran day?


2. Ira Stephen Behr took over as showrunner for which season?

Season Three

3. Who intended to be mistaken for Gul Darhe'el?

Aamin Marritza

4. The temporal agents featured in 'Trials and Tribble-ations' were named as anagrams for the leads of what contemporaneous series?

The X-Files. Dulmer and Luclsy are anagrams of Mulder and Scully.

5. The USS Defiant was named after a Federation starship in what Original Series episode?

The Tholian Web

6. Which Runabout survived all seven seasons?

The Rio Grande

7. How many authorized hosts did Dax have, including Ezri?

Nine, if we don’t count Verad.

8. What's the last line of dialogue of the series?

“The more things change, the more they stay the same.” Spoken by Quark.

9. What ship replaced the destroyed Defiant in Season Seven?

The USS Sao Paulo

10. What character was promoted the fastest in Star Trek history?

Nog. He went from civilian to cadet to ensign to lieutenant junior grade in the space of the series’ seven years.

Episode Conclusion

And we’re back at the station. I hope you enjoyed our little trip into another Star Trek series.

Like I said, it’s my personal favorite. What’s yours? Swing by Facebook or Twitter and drop us a note. As we wrap up the year, we’re also looking for suggestions for shows in 2020, so don’t be shy.

Speaking of future episodes, here’s your clue for next week:

“The earliest surviving examples of one of these is the De re coquinaria from the first century.”

That’s all for now. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Thanks for listening and walk with the Prophets my child.

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Nov 20, 2019
42 | The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Trivia

It’s episode 42 and we’d be dumber than a Vogon to pass on the chance to do a Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy episode! Are you ready for some Hitchhiker’s Guide trivia? I know I am.

A classic of comedy and science fiction, the series has stood the test of time and been enjoyed by several generations now.

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Do you know where your towel is?

Hey there fellow travellers, I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. Of course, we had to have an episode of the venerable classic.

If you’re new, welcome aboard. For those of you that have hitchhiked with us before, you know the drill. Thirty questions broken up into three rounds. If you need a guide, you can visit for some help.

OK, you Hoopy Froods, stick out your thumbs and let’s get off this rock.

The Dorky Round

1. The Starship Heart of Gold is powered by what fantastic device?

The Infinite Improbability Drive

2. What is 'Big. Really big. You can't begin to imagine how big (this) is'?


3. What is the answer to the ultimate question of Life, The Universe, and Everything?


4. What was the last message from the dolphins before they left Earth?

“So long and thanks for all the fish.”

5. What was Trillian's full name?

Trisha MacMillan

6. After its revision by Ford Prefect, what was Earth described as being in the Guide?

Mostly harmless.

7. The Vogans wouldn't even lift a finger to save their own mothers from what creature?

The Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal

8. What is written on the Guide's cover, in large, friendly letters?

Don’t Panic

9. Marvin has a chronic pain located where?

In all the diodes down his left side.

10. What was the name of the computer on board the Starship Heart of Gold?


The Geeky Round

1. Drinking what is like 'having your brains smashed in by a slice of lemon wrapped around a large gold brick'?

A Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster

2. Hitchhiker's Guide first appeared in what medium?

It debuted on radio in 1978. The book would be published the following year.

3. The radio show's theme music was performed by what American rock band?

The Eagles performed Journey of the Sorcerer

4. What actor played Arthur Dent in both the radio and TV versions?

Simon Jones. He also has a cameo in the 2005 film.

5. What creature is doomed to be killed over and over by Arthur Dent?


6. Who was the voice of The Book in the 2005 film and also the voice of the British Harry Potter audiobooks?

Stephen Fry

7. What prophet appears in The Restaurant at the End of the Universe?


8. Who is Arthur Dent's soulmate?


9. How do Arthur and Ford escape Lamuella?

They ride off on Perfectly Normal Beasts

10. What computational force was a major step up from the Infinite Improbability Drive?


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In Don’t Panic, Gaiman celebrates everything Hitchhiker: the original radio play, the books, comics, video and computer games, films, television series, record albums, stage musicals, one-man shows, the Great One himself, and towels. And as Douglas Adams himself attested: “It’s all absolutely devastatingly true—except the bits that are lies.”

You can find this, or any other book of the week at Finish that drink and let’s go.

The Nerdy Round

1. The TV series ran for how many episodes?

A grand total of six.

2. What philosopher uses the existence of the Babel Fish as proof of the non-existence of God?

Oolon Colluphid. It should be noted that leading theologians have called his work “a load of dingo’s kidneys”

3. What was the full name of Arthur Dent's daughter?

Random Frequent Flyer Dent

4. Who voiced Agrajag in the radio play?

Douglas Adams

5. According to the Guide, what is the key to flying?

Throwing yourself at the ground and missing.

6. What was the occupation of Gag Halfront?

Private brain care specialist

7. The Ruler of the Universe keeps what as a pet?

A cat. It is named, The Lord

8. After leaving Magrathea, who does Slartibartfast work for?

The Campaign for Real Time

9. Who makes it his mission to insult every being in the universe, in alphabetical order?

Wowbagger, the infinitely prolonged.

10. What deity is worshipped by the people of Lamuella?

The Almighty Bob

Episode Conclusion

And we’re back on Earth. Or at least an Earth. I’m not sure which. Thanks for joining us for our 42nd episode. I hope you had fun.

Next week, we’re heading off into space again. Here’s your clue:

“Premiering on January 3, 1993, what Sci-Fi TV series featured an African-American lead and was a spin-off of a spin-off?”

It’s my personal favorite TV series, so I’m really looking forward to sharing it with you. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Have a nice cup of tea and thank you for listening.

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Nov 13, 2019
41 | World War One Trivia

Honoring Veterans Day (or Armistice Day in the UK and Remembrance Day in Canada) with thirty trivia questions about the first World War or, as it was known at the time, The Great War. The end of that war, November 11, 1918 is celebrated each year as a holiday in various countries. So, whatever you call it, this week, we have World War One trivia.

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Nov 06, 2019
40 | Ghostbusters Trivia

Who are you gonna call? We are finishing up Halloween with the supernatural comedy classic, Ghostbusters and its sequel and remake. How well do you remember these movies? Did you watch the cartoon? Let’s answer the call with Ghostbusters Trivia.

Have a favorite iteration of the series? Have a favorite character? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Oct 30, 2019
39 | Back to the Future Trivia

We’re all going back…to the future this week with trivia questions from one of the most popular time travel movies of all time (no matter what Scott Lang thinks). Test your skills with Back to the Future Trivia.

Head back to 1985 for a Tab. Or 1955 for some coffee. Or 1885 for some ‘wake-up juice.’ The sky’s the limit this week, so let’s get started.

Oct 23, 2019
38 | Classic Monster Movie Trivia

Time to get your monster on for Halloween. We’re heading back to the classics for some creepy trivia this week. From the earliest movies, monsters have featured prominently in them. And now here’s there big moment.

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Oct 16, 2019
37 | DC Comics Villains Trivia

We’ve focused all of our comic book episodes on the Marvel Universe, but it’s time for DC to have a little time in the limelight. So we’ve got a whole episode on one of the things DC does best, Villains.

Thirty questions about the rogues gallery of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and all the rest.

Oct 09, 2019
36 | Quotable 1980’s Trivia

It’s been way too long since a Quotable episode. Well, it’s back and it’s all about the 1980’s! Are you ready for some 80s Quotes trivia?

We give you the quote and you have to tell us where it comes from. Our only other clue is that they’re all from the 1980’s, dude.

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Oct 02, 2019
35 | Science Fiction TV Trivia

But not all Science Fiction TV. We’re excluding Star Trek and Doctor Who to give other, less popular shows a chance to shine. Besides, Star Trek and Doctor Who will have or have had their own episodes.

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Sep 25, 2019
34 | Pirates and Nautical History Trivia

Ahoy mateys! It be International Talk Like A Pirate Day tomorrow, September 19! What better time than to sing some sea shanties, buckle our swashes, and head out to the high seas for some Pirate Trivia.

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Sep 18, 2019
33 | Scooby-Doo Trivia

Fifty years ago this week, one of the most iconic cartoons debuted and we felt it was high time we join Mystery, Inc. for some Scooby-Doo trivia!

Thirty fun questions about everyone’s favorite sleuthing pooch ranging from the adventures of those meddling kids to the people that brought the characters to life.

Have a favorite show in the franchise? A favorite Scooby-Doo character? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below. I love to hear the feedback.

Sep 11, 2019
32 | Children’s Literature Trivia

School is back in session for most of the world, and what better way to get kids excited than to run through some Children’s Literature trivia.

There are a host of classics to pull from. Are your favorites in here? If not, let us know and we’ll add them to the next time we do this topic.

Sep 04, 2019
31 | Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets Trivia

It’s time to head back to Hogwarts with more Harry Potter Trivia. This time, it’s all about Book 2: Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets.

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Aug 28, 2019
30 | Star Trek: The Next Generation Trivia

Thirty episodes! And it’s way past time we hit Star Trek again. This time, it’s the series that brought the franchise back to TV. Plus, with the new Picard series coming soon, it’s good to catch up with the Captain, Riker, Data, and all the rest. Let’s get started with Star Trek: The Next Generation Trivia this week.

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Aug 21, 2019
29 | Same Name Trivia

“A rose by any other name, would smell just as sweet.”

William Shakespeare

This week, we’re doing something different. Each question has two answers that share a name. Round one, they share a first name. Round two, they share the last name. Round three, the last name of one is the first name of the other answer.

Enjoy the Same Name game!

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Aug 14, 2019
28 | The Legend of Zelda Trivia

Grab your sword, hookshot, shield, and korok leaf. Can you find the Triforce and rescue the Princess in time? It’s time for Legend of Zelda Trivia.

This week, we’re all about that perennial video game series, The Legend of Zelda. Whether you’ve been playing for a few years or a few decades, there are questions for Zelda fans of all stripes and skill levels.

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Aug 07, 2019
27 | The X-Files Trivia

The truth is out there and it’s hidden in thirty X-Files trivia questions in this week’s episode of Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast.

Back for more, your guest host this week is Blaine Dowler so be on good behavior. Because who knows who might be watching. Try out X-Files Trivia and then zip over to his X-Files Retrospective Podcast for even more fun with Mulder and Scully.

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The truth is out there. And the truth is…they’re watching you. Get a VPN to protect your privacy.

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Jul 31, 2019
26 | Fine Arts Trivia

Break out the paint brushes, chisels, sheet music, and drafting tools, it’s time to get some fine arts trivia in our lives. The Fine Arts covers a broad set of subjects. Traditionally, Fine Arts consists of painting/drawing, sculpture, music, architecture, and literature. We’re covering all five of these broadly this episode. We’ll dive deeper into each topic in more detail in coming episodes, so fret not.

We’ll present thirty questions in three rounds. You’ll have five seconds to answer each question before we give you the answer. If you need rules or a score sheet, we’ve got those on the Rules page. The rules cover solo and group play, so have fun alone or with your trivia crew. Use it as a warm-up before your weekly pub trivia game.

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Jul 24, 2019
25 | Astronomy Trivia

It’s the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing and what better way to celebrate than with thirty Astronomy trivia questions! It’s a massive achievement in human exploration and with the new Artemis missions ramping up, we’re excited to head back to the Moon and beyond.

Once again, we’ve got the one and only Blaine Dowler as the host this week. As always, you’ll have five seconds to answer each of thirty questions. Three rounds (Dorky, Geeky, and Nerdy) get progressively harder as we go on.

Buckle up and check your pre-flight checklist, it’s time to launch.

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Jul 17, 2019
24 | French Revolution Trivia

Do you hear the people sing? Singing the songs of angry men? It’s time for French Revolution Trivia.

This Sunday marks the 230th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille, in Paris, France. A huge moment in the French Revolution. The week, we’re diving into the sordid and bloody affair with thirty trivia questions that are sure to challenge you.

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Jul 10, 2019
23 | Spider-Man Trivia

Does whatever a spider can, including some Spider-Man Trivia.

This week we’re all new with a guest host, Blaine Dowler! Get ready for Spider-Man: Far From Home with thirty questions about everyone’s favorite wall-crawling super hero.

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This is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy podcast. A weekly gameshow to test your inner Dork, Geek, or Nerd. Play it at home, in the car, or at the office. Just geek out whenever and wherever you want. If you want to subscribe, you can find us at I’m your guest host, Blaine Dowler. Let’s swing into the action.

The Dorky Round

1. Who co-created Spider-Man?

Stan Lee (writer) and Steve Ditko (artist)

2. What characteristic devices, worn on his wrists, did Peter Parker invent?

Web shooters

3. Spider-Man's first appearance was in the final issue of which series?

Amazing Fantasy

4. Which high school bully of Peter Parker's headed up the Spider-Man fan club, served in the Vietnam War, and became a host of the Venom symbiote after losing his legs in combat?

Eugene “Flash” Thompson

5. What actor has played Spider-Man in the most movies?

Tom Holland with a total of five movies.

6. Which supervillain killed Spider-Man's first serious girlfriend?

Norman Osborn, the original Green Goblin.

7. Which villain took over Peter Parker's body and became the Superior Spider-Man?

Otto Gunther Octavius, aka. Dr. Octopus

8. Which Spider-Man villain is a disgruntled visual effects artist?

Quentin Beck, aka Mysterio

9. Which super villain team was a collection of past enemies that joined forces in Spider-Man's first annual?

The Sinister Six

10. How many actors have played Spider-Man in live action theatrically released films?

Three: Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland

The Geeky Round

1. Which super team did Spider-Man try to join in 'Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1 #1'?

Fantastic Four

2. Who was the first supervillain Spider-Man ever faced?

Dmitri Anatoly Smerdyakov Kravinoff, the Chameleon

3. Who were the original members of the Sinister Six?

Dr. Octopus, Electro, Kraven, Mysterio, Sandman, and the Vulture.

4. Which super team did Spider-Man refuse to join because he misunderstood their intentions for the Hulk in Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3?

The Avengers

5. Which side did Spider-Man take in the Civil War?

After originally siding with Iron Man as a pro-registration hero, he changed his mind and switched to work with Captain America before it was over.

6. Which major Daredevil villain first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #50?

Wilson Grant Fisk, aka the Kingpin

7. Which long time love interest of Peter Parker was introduced as the neighbor's niece?

Mary Jane Watson

8. Who voiced Spider-Man and Peter Parker in the 1967 cartoon series?

Paul Soles

9. Spider-Man appeared in segments during what 1970's PBS show?

The Electric Company

10. What was the origin story of Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham?

He was a spider that was bitten by a radioactive pig.

The Nerdy Round

1. Who was the first actor to play the Kingpin in live action?

John Rhys Davies (in “Trial of the Incredible Hulk”)

2. Which side did Spider-Man take in the Infinity Crusade?

He sided with the Goddess, not realizing her true intentions.

3. What invention was Spider-Man credited with to cover up a printing error?

Laundry soap. When the colors were bleached in a large print run of part of an issue, the pages that hadn’t been printed yet were rewritten to feature Peter creating his own soap and ruining the colors in his costume.

4. Which accessory first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man 130, after Marvel Comics made a deal with a toy company?

The Spider-Mobile, a vehicle he eventually abandoned at the bottom of a river.

5. What is Peter Parker's middle name?


6. What were the names of Peter's parents?

Richard and Mary Parker

7. What was Aunt May's maiden name?

May Reilly, which (combined with Peter’s middle name) inspired his clone to use the name Ben Reilly.

8. When did Spider-Man first appear in another character's title?

Strange Tales Annual 2, cover dated October 1963, where he showed up in a Human Torch story. Spider-Man also appeared in Fantastic Four Annual 1 with the same cover date, but the Strange Tales Annual showed up in stores first.

9. What notorious name error did Stan Lee make in 'Amazing Spider-Man #1'?

He referred to Spider-Man as Peter Palmer instead of Peter Parker.

10. How many actors have played Spider-Man on television, in live action or animation?

Twelve: Paul Soles, Nicholas Hammond, Shinji Todo, Dan Gilvezan, Ted Schwartz, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Neil Patrick Harris, Samuel Vincent, Josh Keaton, Drake Bell, Cole Howard, and Robbie Daymond

Episode Conclusion

Thanks for listening to Dorky Geeky Nerdy. We’ll be back next week with more questions and answers. Hopefully an equal number of each. If you can answer our bonus question, you’ll know next week’s topic.

Though there isn’t one single starting point for it, one of the most iconic moments of what event was the raiding of a prison on July 14, 1789?

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Jul 03, 2019
22 | Canada Trivia

O Canada! O Canada Trivia!

This week we’re diving into the history and geography of the Great White North in honor of Canada Day this July 1st. Canada’s history is wide ranging and exciting. From Nova Scotia to British Columbia, this nation is host a diverse population, geography, and history. How much do you know about Canada and how well can you score in this week’s trivia episode. Join host, Brian Rollins for thirty fun and informative questions.

Jun 26, 2019
21 | Pixar Trivia

You’ve got a friend in us. This week, ahead of Toy Story 4, we’re putting up thirty questions about the animation juggernaut, Pixar. From their humble beginnings in the 1980’s to one of the highest grossing studios in the world, Pixar has come a long way. Test your skills with Pixar Trivia.

Speaking of Toy Story 4, if you’re planning on going this weekend, check out the BOGO on tickets from Alamo Drafthouse (Brian’s personal favorite place for going to the movies).

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Jun 19, 2019
20 | Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Trivia

Who’s up for some Harry Potter Trivia? Every great journey has to start somewhere. The billion dollar plus franchise got its start with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Or, to us North Americans, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Either way, it’s past time we went into the Wizarding World and the 20th episode seemed like the perfect time to do it.

Grab your wand and quills and get to class. You don’t want detention with Snape again!

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Be the chosen one of your family and surprise them with a trip to Universal Orlando where you visit Hogsmead and Diagon Alley. It’s so cool! Be sure to try the Butterbeer.

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Jun 12, 2019
19 | Physics Trivia

Today we’re heading into the beyond with Physics Trivia. How well do you know your waves and particles? Dive into thirty trivia questions and see how you score.

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Programming Note: This marks the end of the Saturday episodes. We’ll go back to Wednesday only from here on out. But fear not, these academic-themed topics will now be rolled into our regular schedule. And, you may see a bonus episode here and there, just to keep you on your toes.

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Jun 08, 2019
18 | X-Men Trivia

Hey Bub, you ready for some X-Men Trivia? Join Professor Charles Xavier and the whole crew for some x-tremely x-citing trivia this episode as a run-up to the new movie, X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Now that Fox is owned by Disney, the Marvel movie rights for this franchise might now roll over into the MCU. We’ll have to wait and see.

Additionally, we have a shout out to Jay & Miles X-Plain the X-Men podcast for ideas and info.

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Are you ready for some trivia, Bub?

With the new movie, Dark Phoenix hitting theaters this weekend, it seemed a perfect time to have an episode dedicated to everyone’s favorite mutants, the X-Men.

Hey there. I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia podcast. Every week we bring you a fresh batch of thirty trivia questions. We break it down into three rounds of ten questions each.

If you’re looking for the rules, you can find some at You’re also welcome to make some up on your own. We’re not super picky.

I’d like to take a moment and do a shout out to the podcast, Jay & Miles X-Plain the X-Men. Their show served as a resource for several of the questions we have here. You can find them at (there’s no e at the beginning). I’ll have a link as well on the show notes for this episode on

Sharpen your claws, polish your goggles, and cinch up your spandex. The world needs saving and questions need answering.

The Dorky Round

1. What is Professor X's real name?

Charles Xavier (middle name: Frances)

2. Adjectiveless X-Men #1, created by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee, set which record in 1990 which it still holds to this day?

At over 8 million copies in print, it’s the highest selling single issue of any comic in the history of the industry.

3. Len Wein and Dave Cockrum relaunched the franchise with which issue?

Giant Size X-Men #1

4. Which archnemesis/antihero survived the Nazi concentration camps?


5. What is Beast's real name?

Dr. Henry Philip “Hank” McCoy

6. Nightcrawler leaves a scent of what behind when he teleports?

Burning brimstone

7. Hailing from Russia, what mutant can transform himself into organic steel?


8. What mutant gets married to T'Challa in 2006?


9. What organization, led by Sebastian Shaw, often faces off against the X-Men?

The Hellfire Club

10. Which New Mutants and X-Force adversary was conceived as a mostly silent parallel to DC's Deathstroke?


The Geeky Round

1. Who were the two primary creators of the Dark Phoenix Saga?

Chris Claremont (writer) and John Byrne (pencils)

2. Who were the founding members of the X-Men when the comic was first published?

Cyclops, Beast, Angel, Iceman, Marvel Girl, and Professor X. Marvel Girl joined during that first issue.

3. In what year was the first X-Men comic published?

1963. X-Men #1 was cover dated September 1963, and hit stores on or about July 2, 1963.

4. Which legendary Batman artist was assigned to the X-Men after requesting a job on Marvel's worst selling title?

Neal Adams

5. Which 1995 event saw all of the current X-titles replaced with new titles for several months, set in an alternate timeline?

Age of Apocalypse

6. Moira MacTaggart's lab is located on what island?

Muir Island

7. What are the lenses of Cyclops' visor made of?

Ruby quartz crystal

8. Which Daredevil villain was intended to fill the role Apocalypse filled early in the X-Factor run?

The Owl, Leland Owlsley

9. Which superfan figured out how to bring Jean Grey back from the dead, and later wrote for both Marvel and DC?

Kurt Busiek

10. Professor X dated the Majestrix of which alien race?

The Shi’Ar

The Nerdy Round

1. In the E is for Extinction story, what country was destroyed?


2. Mutants were known as what, during the Marvel 1602 storyline?

They were called Witchbreed.

3. Mortimer Toynbee is better known as what in the X-Men comics?


4. Which X-Man's real name was 'Slim' for three issues before revealing his birth name?

Scott Summers, aka Cyclops

5. How did Xavier lose the use of his legs in the comic book canon?

He was crushed in a fight against an alien named Lucifer.

6. Which villain deliberately named himself after the greatest evil mankind has ever conceived?

Sauron, aka Karl Lykos.

7. Before Jim Shooter got involved and demanded the return of Jean Grey, who would have been the token female member of X-Factor?

Dazzler, the disco mutant.

8. What was the title of the X-Men/Star Trek: The Next Generation crossover novel?

Planet X.

9. In the unaired 'Kitty Pryde of the X-Men' animated pilot, what nationality was Wolverine?

The dialogue said he was Canadian, but he spoke with a thick Australian accent.

10. What does Wolverine canon consider his home province, even though the province didn't exist until decades after he left the area?


Episode Conclusion

You make it through the Danger Room with your whole team intact? That’s it for this week’s episode. Thanks for joining us. Like I said earlier, we do this every week. Here’s a clue for next week’s episode.

“There are two books that have sold over a billion copies. One is the Bible. What’s the other one?”

You can find us on From there, you can find our Book of the Week for this episode, The Dark Phoenix Saga. You can also find links to follow us on social media or just drop us a line.

See you next time. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. You can find me and my other projects at As always, thanks for listening.

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Jun 05, 2019
17 | William Shakespeare Trivia

Forsooth! This week we adjourn from the lab and head to the theater. Or theatre, if you prefer. Regardless, our trivia this week is all about the life and works of The Bard, William Shakespeare. His works are studied by many students and his plots are the archetypes for many of the works of fiction written from the Seventeenth Century to today. How well do you remember you High School English classes?

Like always, we’ll give you thirty questions in three separate rounds. You’ll have five seconds to answer the question before you’re given the answer. If you’re looking for rules and score sheets, check out the Rules page.

Get your scripts handy and let the play begin.

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Jun 01, 2019
16 | Godzilla Trivia

Oh no, there goes Tokyo.

This week we dodge the giant feet and awesome breath of Godzilla and the many monsters that have come with him.

Thirty questions, as always, in three distinct rounds (Dorky, Geeky, and Nerdy). Each round gets harder than the last. You’ll have five seconds after I read the question to answer. If you need scoring rules or a score sheet, you can find those on our Rules page.

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May 29, 2019
15 | Biology Trivia

Summer School continues and this week we head into the lab. Genetics, hierarchies, and fluids, oh my! This is our second Summer School episode and we’ve left Mathematics behind and now we’re onto Biology Trivia.

From Botany to Mammology, we’re digging into all sorts of life. Goggles on, class is about to begin.

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May 25, 2019
14 | Disney Renaissance Trivia

With the new Aladdin movie rolling out into the theaters this week, it seemed like a good time to revisit the decade in which Disney Animation got its groove back. In the 1980’s, Disney Animation had fallen on hard times. As they moved into the 90’s, however, Disney Animation had found (or rediscovered) a formula for entertaining movies that would enthrall everyone. Let’s get going with Disney Renaissance Trivia for Episode 14.

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It’s a whole new world that you want to be part of, out there, in the circle of life, just around the riverbend, where you can go from zero to hero.

With the live-action remake of Aladdin hitting theaters this week, it seemed fitting to look back at a special period during Disney Animation’s history.

Hi there, I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia podcast. Our topic in this episode is the Disney Renaissance. Specifically, the 10 year period from 1989 and ending in 1999. The movies from this period marked a return to the quality of films that Walt Disney himself personally worked on and turned the company’s reputation around.

For those of you that are new to the podcast, welcome. Every episode, we have three rounds of ten questions. Each round is harder than the one before. If you need rules to help you score your game (either by yourself or with a group), head over to

OK, rub that lamp and make your first wish.

The Dorky Round

1. What film kicked off the Disney Renaissance?

The Little Mermaid

2. What animated film became the first to receive an Oscar nomination for Best Picture?

Beauty and the Beast

3. What film marked the end of the Disney Renaissance?


4. Which movie took place in 1482 Paris?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

5. Which movie's first trailer was simply the opening four minutes of the finished film?

6. In what movie did we follow the title character from 'Zero to Hero'?


7. What movie won a Best Song Oscar for 'Colors of the Wind'?


8. What movie was the first theatrically released sequel by Disney?

The Rescuers Down Under

9. What movie featured a street rat, a princess, and a kleptomaniac monkey?


10. What movie had a Hun named Shan Yu and a dragon named Mushu?


The Geeky Round

1. What actor provided the voice for Scar in The Lion King?

2. Eva Gabor's final film appearance was in what film?

The Rescuers Down Under

3. Who voiced Iago in Aladdin?

Gilbert Gottfried

4. What character gave us impressions of Arsenio Hall, Ed Sullivan, and Arnold Schwarzenegger (among others)?

The Genie from Aladdin

5. Who wrote the original Tarzan?

Edgar Rice Burroughs

6. Simba means what in Swahili?

Lion (yeah, that wasn’t particularly creative)

7. What Star Trek alum lent their voice to the movie Mulan?

George Takei

8. What two gargoyles are named for the author of Le Cathedral de Notre Dame?

Victor and Hugo

9. Before becoming an Agent of SHIELD Ming-Na Wen voiced what heroine?

10. What are the names of Ursula's hench-eels?

Flotsam and Jetsam

The Nerdy Round

1. In what ship did John Smith and company sail to the New World?

2. What voice actor gave us Abu, Rajah, and the Cave of Wonders?

3. What Little Mermaid character made a cameo in Aladdin?


4. The cathedral of Notre Dame is located on an island in the middle of what river?

5. Which Titan does Hades send to kill Hercules?

The Cyclops

6. In addition to voicing Clayton, who provided the sound of Tarzan's iconic yell?

Brian Blessed

7. When it was re-released in 2002, what song was added to Beauty and the Beast?

8. Name Scar's three hyena henchmen.

Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed.

9. What was the name of the golden eagle that has to be rescued by Bernard and Bianca?


10. What veteran comedian gave voice to Scuttle in The Little Mermaid?

Episode Conclusion

And they all lived happily ever after. The end.

That’s it for this episode. I hope you enjoyed it and maybe played it with the little geeks in your life. Next week we’re going big. Here’s your clue:

What antihero is known as the King of Monsters?

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I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Keep dreaming of a whole new world and thanks for listening.

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May 22, 2019
13 | Mathematics Trivia

Summer is here and it’s no time to let your brain rot. Dorky Geeky Nerdy is here to keep that gray matter working over the break. Today we present thirty trivia questions about the field of Mathematics. So, polish your slide rule and get ready for Mathematics Trivia.

A huge shout out to W. Blaine Dowler for his help on writing these questions. Blaine does podcasts over at on a variety of geeky subjects, most notably the X-Files Retrospective Podcast. I highly recommend you check them out.

Pencils sharpened and books away. Time for a pop quiz.

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It’s Summertime. Or at least it is in the Northern Hemisphere. And Summer is when it’s time to head out of school and let all that knowledge fall out of your brains. But we here at Dorky Geeky Nerdy are going to help keep your brains sharp over Summer break.

Hey there. This is your host, Brian Rollins and over the Summer, Dorky Geeky Nerdy will be featuring Summer School episodes every Saturday, in addition to our usual Wednesday episodes. While our Wednesday episodes will still focus on Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and other geeky pursuits, Saturdays will be for more academic topics. This first Summer School episode is all about Mathematics.

As always, we’ll have three rounds of ten questions each. Each round is a hard than the last. If you’re looking for ways to score your game, point your browser at If you’re a teacher and want to use this in your classroom, these rules and the score sheets on that page will be a huge help.

OK class, settle down. It’s time to begin.

The Dorky Round

1. What is the only even prime number?

Two. All other prime numbers (numbers divisible by one and itself) are odd.

2. When you divide a chart into four sections, what are those sections called?


3. This field of study, focusing on relationship between angles and side lengths of right triangles, can be taught almost in its entirety in High School.


4. This operation in calculus uses an infinite sum to find the area under a curve.


5. Using standard orders of operations, what's the last operation you perform on an equation?

Addition and subtraction.

6. This is the mnemonic to aid in remembering which trigonometric function is which.


7. The Cartesian coordinate system is named after which French mathematician?

Rene Descartes

8. What is the measure of a right angle, expressed in degrees?

90 degrees

9. In the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, the Scarecrow says 'The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side.' Which famous theorem did he get wrong in this quote?

The Pythagorean Theorem

10. Follow up question: what correction needs to be made for the Scarecrow's statement to be true?

He should have referred to a right-angled triangle, not an isosceles triangle.

The Geeky Round

1. 10 followed by 100 zeros is called what?

A googol.

2. Which field of math is named for a mispronunciation of an arabic phrase meaning 'reunion of broken parts'?

Algebra, from al-jabr

3. Parabolae, hyperbolae, circles and ellipses are all part of which class of relations?

Conic functions

4. This broad category can be subdivided into studies of group, rings, and fields.


5. To be considered a function, a relation must pass this test.

The vertical line test

6. To fully study this field, one will need to be able to write in at least four colors.


7. This term is used to describe a detailed study of real numbers, often being used to justify calculus.

Real analysis

8. What number is denoted by a lowercase j in electrical engineering and a lowercase 'i' in virtually every other context?

The square root of negative one.

9. What function created by physicist Paul Dirac accidentally spawned the theory and study of distributions?

The Dirac delta function

10. Which branch of math deals exclusively with terms of a single variable with exponent 1 or constants?

Linear algebra

The Nerdy Round

1. A number series where each number is equal to the sum of the two previous numbers is called what?

A Fibonacci Sequence

2. What is the mathematical name for the number or hash tag sign?

An Octothorpe

3. Though known as Arabic numerals, the numbers used in mathematics originated in what country?

They originated in India around 700 AD.

4. Who was the most prolific mathematician in history, publishing over 50 papers per year when the average mathematician published 5?

Leonhard Euler

5. Which mathematician's 'Thirteen Books of the Elements' birthed the modern approach to mathematics?

Euclid of Alexandria

6. Which function involving partial differential equations allows us to extend the definition of the factorial to fractions and negative numbers?

The gamma function

7. What is the name of the line between the numerator and the denominator in a fraction?


8. What Hebrew letter is used to denote a specific size of infinity?


9. What critical component of Newton's formulation of calculus was not formally verified until Abraham Robinson published 'Non-Standard Analysis' in 1966?

The existence of infinitesimals

10. What mathematical object, similar to but different from a matrix, is needed to define the topology of a non-Euclidean space?

The metric tensor

Episode Conclusion

That’s the bell class. When you add up your points, be sure to show your work. Don’t forget to study for next week. By the way, here’s a hint for next week’s class:

Charles Darwin is considered the Father of Modern what?

I hope you enjoyed this new adventure in trivia podcasting. It does mean twice as many episodes per week (which several people have requested). We’ll see how well I manage the new load.

A huge shout out to Blaine Dowler who wrote nearly all of the questions for this episode. He hosts a variety of very geeky podcasts over at I’ll drop a link on the show notes for this episode. They are worth a listen. He goes into some insane depth on topics like mathematics, the X-Files, and much more.

So to sum up, I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Thanks for listening.

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May 18, 2019
12 | Jaws Trivia (Book and Movies)

Think it’s safe to head back into the water? Summer vacation is at hand (for some people) and that often means a trip to the beach. What better time than now to revisit the classic Stephen Spielberg film and its sequels. Put your water wings on and dive into Jaws Trivia.

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With Summer just around the corner and folks flocking to the beach, why not have a little fun with the horror classic and the movies it spawned.

Ahoy! I’m your host, Brian Rollins, and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy trivia podcast. This week we’re diving into Jaws Trivia, including the classic movie, the novel, and the sequels.

As always, it’ll be three rounds of 10 questions each. If you’re playing with a group (or you want to keep score yourself), check out for how to score the game and to download score sheets. On the site you can also subscribe to the podcast or send us feedback on the show. We’d love to hear from you.

OK. The boat’s fueled up and ready to go. Life vests on? Good. Let’s cast off.

The Dorky Round

1. Who wrote the original Jaws novel?

Peter Benchley

2. How many Jaws movies are there?

Four. Jaws, Jaws 2, Jaws 3D, and Jaws: The Revenge

3. Which is the only Jaws movie not to take place at Amity Island?

Jaws 3D

4. What was the name of Quint's shark hunting boat?

The Orca

5. What kind of shark is the antagonist for each movie?

Great White Shark

6. The first Jaws film premiered in what year?


7. How many Jaws movies were directed by Steven Spielberg?

Just the first one.

8. Prior to Jaws, studios didn't think releasing movies during what time of year was profitable?

Jaws basically invented the Summer blockbuster.

9. Who says 'You're going to need a bigger boat'?

Sheriff Brody, played by Roy Scheider.

10. What species of shark is caught, mistakenly thought to be the killer shark?

A tiger shark

The Geeky Round

1. What nickname was given to the fake shark on the set of the first movie?


2. What family is involved in all of the Jaws movies?

The Brody Family

3. Quint served aboard what battleship?

The USS Indianapolis.

4. At what amusement park can you get up close and personal with the shark from Jaws?

Universal Studios

5. What character was supposed to die in the original script (and the book)?

Matt Hooper

6. The novel, Jaws, came out in what year?


7. What park was the setting for Jaws 3-D?

SeaWorld Orlando

8. What did the characters use to kill the shark in Jaws 3-D?

A grenade

9. The series borrows themes from what Herman Melville novel?


10. The first Jaws film won how many Oscars?

Three. It won for Editing, Score, and Sound

The Nerdy Round

1. John Williams iconic two-note pairing for the score is made up of what two notes?

F and F-sharp[/togle]

Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.

3. Robert Shaw taunted what costar throughout filming?

Richard Dreyfus. Their onscreen rivalry wasn’t just acting.

4. How is the shark killed in Jaws 2?


5. What was the title of first film in French?

Les Dents de la Mer (The Teeth of the Sea)

6. In the novel, Matt Hooper has an affair with who?

Ellen Brody, the Sheriff’s wife.

7. The first video game based on the series was released for what console?

The NES. The game Jaws was released in 1987 as a tie-in for Jaws: The Revenge.

8. Steven Spielberg declared what film was 'the best of the Jaws rip*offs'?

Piranha, directed by Joe Dante

9. What screenwriter contributed to the first three Jaws movies?

Carl Gottlieb

10. Who said of Jaws: The Revenge, 'I have never seen it, but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific!'?

Michael Caine

Episode Conclusion

Everyone out of the water!

I hope your swim through this week’s trivia was refreshing. Towel off and get ready for the next show. Speaking of which, here’s your clue.

What was the unofficial name of the period in Disney Animation between 1989 and 1999?

That’ll give you a hint for what’s coming next Wednesday. But before that rolls out, you’ll want to swing by on Saturday for something special. Let’s just say it’ll add up to something fun for the Summer.

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I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Thanks for listening.

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May 15, 2019
11 | 1950’s Sci-Fi Films

The Golden Age of Science Fiction is back! Watch the skies! Make sure your neighbor is who they say they are! And beware of radiation in all its forms! Relive the days of old with thirty questions about 1950s Science Fiction Trivia.

The age of drive-ins and B-movies is here, so grab your date and 3D glasses. The feature is about to begin.

May 08, 2019
10 | Star Wars: A New Hope Trivia

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…there was Star Wars Trivia!

It’s our tenth episode and that called for something special. Plus, this Saturday is May the Fourth, so it works on multiple levels. Yeah, I’m deep like that.
The original Star Wars film, A New Hope. Prove you have Jedi-like reflexes and skill by trying out our thirty Star Wars trivia questions.
May 01, 2019
9 | Marvel’s The Avengers Trivia

OK girls and boys, Marvel’s The Avengers trivia is here!

The end is near or at least, the Endgame is near. This Friday, what appears to be the final Marvel Avengers movie rolls into theaters and we’re all psyched to see how it turns out. After eleven years and twenty-two movies, this should prove to be an epic finale.

Who lives, who dies, who stays dead and will there be shawarma at the end? The world wants to know.

But who are The Avengers? They had (and continue to have) a rich life off the screen and on the page and today we’re going to take a look at their past. 

Listen in to thirty trivia questions that contain no spoilers for the upcoming movie, Avengers: Endgame. We promise (heck we’re just as pumped to see how things work out as you are).

Apr 24, 2019
8 | Looney Tunes Trivia

What’s up doc? It’s time for some Looney Tunes Trivia!

I figured after battling our way through Westeros, it was time for something a little lighter and we could all use a laugh from Bugs, Daffy, Tweety, and the whole gang. Follow the Looney Tunes characters through the many decades with thirty trivia questions and see how well you stack up.

Apr 17, 2019
7 | Game of Thrones Trivia

From one set of games to another. Who is ready for Game of Thrones Trivia.

Winter is coming or has come. At the very least, the final season of the epic television series rolls out this Friday. It’s time to bone up on your knowledge of dragons, White Walkers, and Westeros.

See how well have you been paying attention and try out this week’s episode?

This week we’re diving into the book series, A Song of Ice and Fire, as well as the critically acclaimed HBO series.

Apr 10, 2019
6 | Classic Board Games
Rainy days and Mondays getting you down? Check the closet and blow the dust off those old, tried and true games from your youth. Just make sure all the dice and pieces are there. This week, we have Classic Board Game trivia. Whether it’s chess, checkers, or Monopoly, we all love a good board game.
Let’s roll the dice!
Apr 03, 2019
5.5 | Leftover Questions

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Apr 01, 2019
5 | Quotable Whedonverse Trivia

Do you like snarky dialogue? If you do, we have got you covered. From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Marvel’s The Avengers, we love the work of Joss Whedon. So, this week, we have Joss Whedon Quotes Trivia!

Our first “Quotable” episode debuts this week and it’s one of many, I hope. How well do you know the films and TV shows created by Joss Whedon? Let’s find out.

Mar 27, 2019
4 | Lord of the Rings Trivia

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Is is secret? Is it safe? Let’s go with some Lord of the Rings Trivia.

Grab your uncle’s mail shirt, we’re going on an adventure! It’s time to head to Middle Earth, fight some orcs, destroy the ring, and get home before Merry and Pippen eat all the provisions. Pulling questions from both the books and the films, here are thirty questions to enjoy solo or with your trivia night group.

Mar 20, 2019
3 | 1980’s Video Game Trivia

We’re heading back in time to get some 1980’s Video Game Trivia

As a kid, I spent a lot of time and quarters in the arcade during the 1980’s. It was a noisy, chaotic, awesome place. Then everything changed when every kid I knew (and myself) got an Atari.

We still chomped down pizza and chugged soda, but we could do it in the privacy of our own homes. The 80’s was a transformative time for gaming and chock full of wonderful facts to mine. 

What was your favorite arcade game back then? I’m partial to the classics. Ms. Pac-Man, Joust, and Tron all ate my quarters like they were going out of style. I could never manage to get very far on Dragon’s Lair. Even as a kid, my reaction time sucked.

Let’s get going to the 1980’s for some Video Game trivia.

Mar 13, 2019
2 | Captain Marvel Trivia

We’re back for another round! The latest Marvel superhero to grace the silver screen comes out this Friday and we’re celebrating the release with a look back at this character’s convoluted history with Captain Marvel Trivia. Follow Carol Danvers and the other Captains Marvel throughout the years to see if your trivia skills are heroic.

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Mar 06, 2019
1 | Star Trek The Original Series Trivia

We’re launching with Star Trek trivia!

For many people my age and older, Star Trek was our first geek love. We wanted to sit on the bridge with Kirk, Spock, and McCoy. Or go drinking with Scotty, fence with Sulu, trade jokes with Chekov, and sing a song with Uhura.

So, it only seemed right to kick off the Dorky, Geeky, Nerdy Podcast with an homage to the 1960’s Sci-Fi TV classic. Hailing frequencies open and let’s begin with trivia for Star Trek: The Original Series.

Feb 27, 2019
0 | Hello World

Hello there! And welcome to the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast! This our teaser trailer, beta test, and Hello World episode. Tune in to learn more about what’s coming from Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast.

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