Trivial Pursuit


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This isn't Trivial Pursuit, or Jeopardyanswering correctly is no game.
9 What colour are the history questions in Trivial Pursuit? 10 Which detective has been played on TV by both John Hannah and Ken Stott?
The couple have mastered Trivial Pursuit but they are clueless when it comes to expressing their feelings about parenthood.
The loving couple have mastered Trivial Pursuit but they are clueless when it comes to expressing their feelings about parenthood.
May the Force be with the ultimate fans in the Star Wars Edition of the Trivial Pursuit game, featuring trivia from Episodes I through VII.
(NASDAQ: HAS) said they have launched the Trivial Pursuit & Friends mobile game.
The 12 Shuffle family favourites boast a host of famous brands including Transformers, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Nerf, Play-Doh, Monopoly, Guess Who?, Trivial Pursuit, Cluedo, Battleship, Boggle Slam and Pictureka.
The 12 Shuffle™ family favourites boast a host of famous brands including Transformers, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Nerf, Play-Doh, Monopoly, Guess Who?, Trivial Pursuit, Cluedo, Battleship, Boggle Slam and Pictureka.
The 12 Shuffle™ family favourites boast a host of famous brands including Transformers, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Nerf, Play–Doh, Monopoly, Guess Who?, Trivial Pursuit, Cluedo, Battleship, Boggle Slam and Pictureka.
In the boardroom, fingers are pointed and several people are caught up in the crossfire - before Sir Alan decides for whom this was a trivial pursuit.
1979: Two Canadians, Chris Haney and Scott Abbott, came up with the idea for a game called Trivial Pursuit. It was manufactured in 1982 and sold 45 million copies worldwide in its first five years.
Christian Gerhartsreiter, accused of burying the dismembered body of John Sohus in his backyard in 1985, gave the explanation to guests he invited to his house to play Trivial Pursuit. Dana Glad Farrar said she knew Gerhartsreiter as Christopher Chichester, a self-described British baronet, when she went to his home in San Marino, near Los Angeles, in the summer of 1985.