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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. When you’re done, head over to Blaine’s 99 Years 100 Movies podcast where he discusses past Academy Award Best Picture winners.  Sponsor Love movies but hate the movie theater experience? Check out Alamo Drafthouse. Great food. Great drinks. A hilarious pre-show customized for every movie by their team of movie nerds.And a zero-tolerance, no-nonsense, no-talking-and-texting policy. No kidding. Just you and other movie lovers enjoying a great night of film. Did we mention a free movie ticket every year on your birthday? Yeah, that too.  Extra Credit Podcasts 99 Years, 100 Movies Podcast More Like This Episode The Disney RenaissanceStar Wars: A New Hope1950’s Science Fiction Movies  Previous Episodes Star Trek: VoyagerWomen in Comics Episode Feedback
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? After you’ve listened to thirty questions, be sure to drop us some feedback below and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, or wherever you subscribe. Not subscribed? Check out this page for ways to follow the show.  Sponsor Love movies but hate the movie theater experience? Check out Alamo Drafthouse. Great food. Great drinks. A hilarious pre-show customized for every movie by their team of movie nerds.And a zero-tolerance, no-nonsense, no-talking-and-texting policy. No kidding. Just you and other movie lovers enjoying a great night of film. Did we mention a free movie ticket every year on your birthday? Yeah, that too.  Extra Credit Podcasts Ghostbusters Interdimensional CrossripGhostbusters: Resurrection More Like This Episode 1950’s Sci-Fi Movies1980’s Video GamesQuotable 1980’s  Previous Episodes Back to the Future FranchiseClassic Movie Monsters Episode Feedback
   Open In Your Podcast App    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.  Sponsor You know you love Disney, so why not book your next vacation there and save 30%! Be the family hero and surprise them with a trip to Florida and DisneyWorld.  Extra Credit Podcasts Disney Animation PodcastRotoscopers – Animation Addicts PodcastDisney Nerds Podcast More Like This Episode PixarLooney TunesScooby-Doo  Previous Episodes MathematicsJaws Franchiseand more… Episode Feedback
“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!  Book of the Week Audiobooks Narrated by Brian Rollins In addition to running your weekly trivia game, Brian narrates a variety of audiobooks. This week, he’s got free giveaways for several titles in his library. If you’re interested in a free audiobook, contact Brian and let him know what title and if you’re in the US or UK (sorry, the freebies only work on Audible US and UK). Selected works: Glen & Tyler’s Honeymoon Adventure (Mystery/Adventure) Nick Williams: The Unexpected Heiress (Mystery) These Gentle Wounds (YA) Ancient Blood (Vampire/Thriller) Errors & Omissions (Mystery) Fracture Point (Dystopian Thriller) Beach Angel (YA Romance) And more… Contact Brian for a free audiobook  Extra Credit Other podcasts you can hear Brian on Tales to Terrify Starship Sofa Far-Fetched Fables PseudoPod PodCastle  Previous Episodes Legend of Zelda The X-Files and more… More Like This Episode Quotable WhedonverseThe Life & Works of William Shakespeare Episode Feedback Header Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash
One Year! 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!  Previous Episodes The Academy AwardsStar Trek: Voyager More Like This Episode Well…everything Episode Feedback
So many games, so little time. We’re diving into the massive universe that is the Final Fantasy games. How well do you remember the games, both old and new? A special thanks to my cohost, Blaine Dowler, for writing up this episode. All mispronunciations of Japanese names is totally on me!  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts Final Fantasy UnionThe Ultimate Final Fantasy PodcastAetheryte Radio More Like This Episode The Legend of Zelda1980’s Video Games  Previous Episodes One-Year Anniversary SpecialThe Academy Awards Episode Feedback
   Open In Your Podcast App    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. Get yourself a bigger boat and head on out!  Sponsor Love movies but hate the movie theater experience? Check out Alamo Drafthouse. Great food. Great drinks. A hilarious pre-show customized for every movie by their team of movie nerds.And a zero-tolerance, no-nonsense, no-talking-and-texting policy. No kidding. Just you and other movie lovers enjoying a great night of film. Did we mention a free movie ticket every year on your birthday? Yeah, that too.  Extra Credit Podcasts Horror Movie Podcast – Shark Attack! Part 1Horror Movie Podcast – Shark Attack! Part 2  Previous Episodes 1950’s Sci-Fi FilmsStar Wars: A New Hopeand more… Episode Feedback
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. When you’re done, please take a moment to subscribe and rate us on the podcast directory of your choice. We really appreciate your support. We’d also love to hear from you on social media. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit. Everyone ready? Let’s begin.  Sponsor  Extra Credit Stuff You Missed In History ClassThe Modern Arts Notes PodcastRenaissance English History Podcast  Previous Episodes AstronomyFrench Revolutionand more… More Like This Episode William ShakespeareMathematics Episode Feedback
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 trivia questions in three rounds. Fear not, we’ll visit the 2004 Battlestar Galactica reboot in a future episode, so stay tuned. Be sure to check out our new Sponsors section to help keep this old bird flying. And a little bit of news: we’re now on Anchor.fm. So, if that’s your podcast player of choice, drop on by.  Sponsor I’m old school and love having a calendar on my desk for reference and fun. Last year was a Question-a-Day Jeopardy! calendar. This year, 365 Days of Amazing Trivia. Gotta stay in mental shape!  Extra Credit Podcasts Voyage of the GeekGeeks Guide to the Galaxy More Like This Episode Star Trek: The Original SeriesScience Fiction TelevisionStar Wars: A New Hope  Previous Episodes Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireDoctor Who Episode Feedback
   Open In Your Podcast App    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. A huge shout out to W. Blaine Dowler for his help on writing these questions. Blaine does podcasts over at Bureau42.com 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.  Sponsor Great deals on books, toys, and electronics every week. Be sure to check out Indigo.  Extra Credit Podcasts Bureau 42’s Summer School PodcastsMental Math Secrets PodcastNumberphile Podcast  Previous Episodes Jaws Franchise1950’s Sci-Fi Filmsand more… Episode Feedback
Happy Birthday to Edgar Allan Poe, born in 1809. Let’s dig into his life and many works. How well do your remember your Poe? After you’ve survived the night, be sure to leave a rating and review for the show on your directory of choice. We really appreciate the feedback.  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts Poe Theatre on the AirThe Works of Edgar Allan Poe More Like This Episode The Life and Works of William ShakespeareClassic Movie Monsters  Previous Episodes Card GamesClassic Battlestar Galactica Episode Feedback
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! When you’re done with the episode, drop up some feedback using the short survey below. We could also use your rating and review on iTunes, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts Weird Christmas PodcastChristmas Past Podcast More Like This Episode CanadaFine Arts  Previous Episodes Harry Potter and the Prisoner of AzkabanFood and Cooking from Around the World Episode Feedback
   Open In Your Podcast App    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 Science Fiction films of the 1950’s. The age of drive-ins and B-movies is here, so grab your date and 3D glasses. The feature is about to begin.  Sponsor Love movies but hate the movie theater experience? Check out Alamo Drafthouse. Great food. Great drinks. A hilarious pre-show customized for every movie by their team of movie nerds.And a zero-tolerance, no-nonsense, no-talking-and-texting policy. No kidding. Just you and other movie lovers enjoying a great night of film. Did we mention a free movie ticket every year on your birthday? Yeah, that too.  Extra Credit Podcasts Retro Radio Podcast – Sci-FiRetro Movie Geek  Previous Episodes Star Wars: A New HopeMarvel’s The Avengersand more… Episode Feedback
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. After you’re done with your x-cellent adventure with X-Men Trivia, please take a moment to subscribe, review, and rate the podcast. We need your help to spread the word and share the show with others. You can also follow us on all sorts of social media platforms. You can find Dorky Geeky Nerdy on Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit.  Sponsor Love movies but hate the movie theater experience? Check out Alamo Drafthouse. Great food. Great drinks. A hilarious pre-show customized for every movie by their team of movie nerds.And a zero-tolerance, no-nonsense, no-talking-and-texting policy. No kidding. Just you and other movie lovers enjoying a great night of film. Did we mention a free movie ticket every year on your birthday? Yeah, that too.  Extra Credit Jay & Miles X-Plain the X-Men PodcastDanger Room: X-Men Podcast  Previous Episodes The Life and Works of William ShakespeareGodzillaand more… More Like This Episode Marvel’s The AvengersSpider-ManCaptain Marvel Episode Feedback
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. When your done playing, be sure to visit our Sponsors page as well as drop us a review on your podcast directory of choice.  Sponsor Our sponsor links keep the show going, so please take a moment to visit the ones that interest you. Thanks!  Extra Credit Podcasts The Poker Coaching PodcastBlackjack Apprenticeship PodcastBridgeHands Podcast More Like This Episode Board Games80’s Video Games  Previous Episodes Classic Battlestar GalacticaHarry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Episode Feedback
   Open In Your Podcast App    What’s up doc? It’s time for some Looney Toones 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. Hint for next week’s episode: “What superhero team first ‘assembled’ in 1963?“  Sponsor Great deals on books, toys, and electronics every week. Be sure to check out Indigo.  Extra Credit Podcasts NerdificentAlcohollywood  Previous Episodes Game of ThronesClassic Board Games Episode Feedback
It’s been way too long since a Quotable episode. Well, it’s back and it’s all about the 1980’s! 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. When you’re done taking a blast to the past, take a moment to subscribe to our most excellent show. You can follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit. We could also use a quick five-star review on your podcast directory of choice. Bitchin’!  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts The Awesome 80’s PodcastStuck in the 80’s Podcast  Previous Episodes Science Fiction TelevisionPirates & Maritime Triviaand more… More Like This Episode 1980’s Video GamesScooby-DooStar Trek: The Next Generation Episode Feedback
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 and trivia. When you’ve made it back, be sure to drop us a review on your podcast directory of choice. It really helps spread the word about the show. We also appreciate your feedback on each and every episode. If you have 10 seconds, check out the very brief survey at the bottom of the page to let us know what you thought of the episode.  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts To The Journey PodcastDelta Flyer PodcastWomen Talking About Star Trek: Voyager More Like This Episode Star Trek: The Original SeriesStar Trek: The Next GenerationStar Trek: Deep Space Nine  Previous Episodes Women in ComicsEdgar Allan Poe Episode Feedback
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. After you’ve finished your meal, help with the dishes, and then leave us a review on your podcast directory of choice. It’s a simple way to give thanks for the show. Also, if you’re doing any holiday shopping, please take a minute to visit our Books of the Week. The referral fees keep our feedbag full. Thanks!  Sponsor After you’re done whipping up a delicious meal, head over to Best Of Orlando and plan your next vacation. They’ve got great deals on Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, and much more.  Extra Credit Podcasts Go Fork YourselfThe SporkfulAmerica’s Test Kitchen RadioBurnt Toast More Like This Episode Fine ArtsCanada  Previous Episodes Star Trek: Deep Space NineHitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxyand more… Episode Feedback
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. When you’re done, please take a minute to leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts. We really appreciate it. Got friends that are trivia nerds as well? Share the show with them. Sharing is caring! But not germs. Never share germs.  Extra Credit Podcasts Cinema60Life in the 1960’s More Like This Episode 1950’s Sci-Fi MoviesStar Trek: The Original SeriesScience Fiction TV  Previous Episodes Women in STEMHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Episode Feedback Photo by Jeff Watson
   Open In Your Podcast App    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!   Hint for next week’s episode: “What series of books came about because the author was frustrated trying to write historical fiction about the Wars of the Roses?”  Sponsor  Extra Credit Flip the Table Podcast  Previous Episodes Quotable Whedonverse Lord of the Rings and more… More Like This Episode 1980’s Video GamesQuotable 1980’sChristmas Traditions From Around the World Episode Feedback
It’s Pi Day this Saturday. So break out your protractor and compass, it’s time for Geometry Trivia! When you’re done, please take a moment to drop a review on iTunes or wherever you subscribe to our show. It really does help other folks find us and tune in.  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts Geometry – Khan AcademyTrigonometry & Geometry Papapodcasts More Like This Episode MathematicsFine ArtsPhysics  Previous Episodes Episode 58 – Final FantasyEpisode 57 – One-Year Anniversary Special Episode Feedback
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. Every week, we offer thirty fun and challenging trivia questions. When you’re done, be sure to subscribe so you can catch more episodes from Dorky Geeky Nerdy. You can also send us feedback about the difficulty and quality of each episode using the short form at the bottom of this page. \ And lastly, please leave us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you’re subscribed to the show. We really appreciate the support.  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts Pirate History PodcastHistory of Pirates Podcast  Previous Episodes Scooby-DooChildren’s Literatureand more… More Like This Episode Canadian Geography & HistoryFrench RevolutionFine Arts Episode Feedback
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. Grab your favorite veterans, tell them thank you (maybe buy them a drink), and play along. If you’re new, be sure to subscribe to get all the latest episodes and quizzes delivered to you (via podcast app or email). No fuss, just free trivia every week and you’ll never miss a question.  Sponsor  Extra Credit Podcasts WW1 Centennial: The Doughboy PodcastHistory of the Great War  Previous Episodes GhostbustersBack to the Futureand more… More Like This Episode French RevolutionFine Arts Episode Feedback
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. When you’re done, please leave us a review on Spotify, Apple iTunes, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen to us. We’d love to hear from you and let others know how much fun we’re having.  Sponsor Love movies but hate the movie theater experience? Check out Alamo Drafthouse. Great food. Great drinks. A hilarious pre-show customized for every movie by their team of movie nerds.And a zero-tolerance, no-nonsense, no-talking-and-texting policy. No kidding. Just you and other movie lovers enjoying a great night of film. Did we mention a free movie ticket every year on your birthday? Yeah, that too.  Extra Credit Podcasts The Women of Marvel PodcastGirl Geek X PodcastGeek Grills Podcast More Like This Episode Captain MarvelMarvel’s The AvengersDC Comics Villains  Previous Episodes The Life and Works Edgar Allan PoeCard Games Episode Feedback
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Started
Jan 31st, 2019
Latest Episode
Mar 25th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
63
Avg. Episode Length
13 minutes
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