Pop Culture Trivia Questions #54Free Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
Click the question mark found beside each question for the answer.
Rolling Stone magazine released a list of the "Greatest 100 Guitarists" in 2011. Which guitarist was rated number one?
a. Eric Clapton
b. Jimi Hendrix
c. Keith Richards
d. Jimmy Page
Jimi Hendrix - The Jimi Hendrix Experience was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.
Who was the first couple to win the American reality game show "The Amazing Race" in 2001?
a. Chris Luca and Alex Boylan
b. Chip and Kim McAllister
c. Flo Pesenti and Zach Behr
d. Rob Frisbee and Brennan Swain
Rob Frisbee and Brennan Swain - The shows grand prize is $1 million.
How many hours of TV does the average viewer devour per month?
a. 129 hours
b. 159 hours
c. 59 hours
d. 99 hours
159 hours - As of 2014, more than 60 percent TV owners own a flat-panel TV.
A finalist on American Idol season seven, who died at the age of 35 on August 1st 2014?
a. Kristy Lee Cook
b. Brooke White
c. Michael Johns
d. David Cook
Michael Johns - The cause of death was due to a blood clot in his ankle.
Which of the following hit songs was not released by the Bee Gees?
a. If I Can't Have You
b. How Deep Is Your Love
c. Lonely Days
d. Get Down Tonight
Get Down Tonight - Get Down Tonight was released in 1975 by the disco group KC and the Sunshine Band.
Although used throughout history, the "modern" hula-hoop was invented by Arthur K. Melin and Richard Knerr. In which year?
1958 - The hula-hoop was inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in 1999.
Which 2014 hit song opens with the lyric, "Party girls don't get hurt. Can't feel anything, when will I learn? I push it down..."?
b. Am I Wrong
c. All Of Me
Chandelier - Recorded by Australian recording artist Sia from her sixth studio album, '1000 Forms of Fear'.
Released in 1960, who played the role of the motel's disturbed owner-manager Norman Bates in the classic movie "Psycho"?
a. John Gavin
b. Gregory Peck
c. Anthony Perkins
d. Alfred Hitchcock
Anthony Perkins - After Hitchcock died in 1980, Universal Studios released three sequels.
Occurring in 1968, which TV show is credited with the first interracial kiss on television?
a. Hawaii Five-O
b. Star Trek
d. The Beverly Hillbillies
Star Trek - According to William Shatner, he has never watched Star Trek.
Which American rock band recorded the hit songs "Only Women Bleed," "You and Me" and "I Never Cry"?
c. Motley Crue
d. Alice Cooper Band
Alice Cooper Band - The original Alice Cooper band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011.
The well-known movie quote "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" came from which of the following movies?
a. Gone with the Wind
c. Love Story
d. A Streetcar Named Desire
Gone with the Wind - Gone with the Wind was released in 1939.
Which of the following 1970s TV shows ran for the most seasons?
a. The Partridge Family
b. The Brady Bunch
c. All in the Family
d. Happy Days
Happy Days - Happy Days aired from January 15, 1974 to September 24, 1984.
Formed in November 1973, how many members are there in the Australian hard rock band AC/DC?
5 - AC/DC were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.
Which American baseball player notoriously told a grand jury he thought he was taking flaxseed oil, not steroids, in 2003?
a. Ken Griffey, Jr.
b. Roger Clemens
c. Greg Maddux
d. Barry Bonds
Barry Bonds - As of 2014, Barry has not been elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
In which 2002 movie did we see Adam Sandler's character get kicked out of a restaurant for trashing the bathroom?
a. Punch-Drunk Love
b. The Wedding Singer
c. 50 First Dates
d. The Longest Yard
Punch-Drunk Love - For his role in the movie, Sandler was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor.
Click Here For a Printable Version of This Quiz
Click Here to Play This Quiz Interactively