I’ve always been a sucker for pub trivia, and I almost like creating trivia quizzes more than competing in them. The answers to the first nine questions are all connected by a theme, and the tenth is the theme. Feel free to share this quiz, and no Googling when you’re trying it! (What’s the fun in that?) Answers will be posted next week with the newest quiz.
The dominant male in an animal species that other males follow is called this.
This expression of approval for a performance is also the name of a cable network that used to feature fine arts performances but now broadcasts Top Chef and Real Housewives.
This silent film actor made a film making fun of Adolf Hitler in which a lot of the humor came from the fact that he bore a striking physical resemblance to Hitler himself.
This is the triangular collection of sediment at the mouth of a river.
In Greek myth, this nymph fell in love with Narcissus, but could not express her love for him because she could only repeat the last part of the words he said.
This game originated in Scotland where the wide expanses of grassy land were a perfect fit for this game of accuracy.
There’s plenty of room at this place, which is the title of the most famous song by the rock band The Eagles.
This is the second most populous country in the world.
This Shakespearean heroine famously asked “What’s in a name? that which we call rose, By any other name would smell as sweet.”
What is the theme AND what is missing?
Answers to the quiz from May 26 are below.
Chinese finger trap
English muffin, Canadian bacon