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  • Like île de Frost, dungeons in Trivia do not have portals; instead, arcane circles block dungeon progression until all the monsters in the section of the room the player is in are cleared. Furthermore, partying is not allowed in this region and pets cannot attack in the dungeons.
  • Trivia(トリヴィアTorivuia) is a Treasure Tool used by Bal Masqué in Seireiden. Fecor is a frequent user of this Treasure Tool.
  • Below is a list of trivia in the British soap opera Hollyoaks. This page contains worthy facts about the cast and set.
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  • With every episode of Phineas and Ferb comes trivia with it. Information on the following pages is automatically added as the Trivia section of each episode is updated. * Season 1 * Season 2 * Season 3 * Season 4
  • Trevor "Trivia" Triverton III (born February 23, 1966) was perhaps the most trivial person who ever lived, whose entire life story, personality, favorite snack treats, etc., can be easily encompassed by a set of "fun facts", odd and occasionally semi-ironic coincidences, and obscure cultural references. He has appeared three times on the popular game show Jeopardy!, each time failing to earn a single dollar.
  • Basic Trivia in Dreamlords (often simply Trivia) consists of asking a set of questions, with correct answers gaining points for the person who answered. At the end of the game, the person with the most points wins. A description of the more advanced version of the game, Jeopardy Trivia is explained here.
  • La Trivia ahora trivia blast,es un concurso de trivia por lo cual la fundo la sra Lucerito quien despues estuvo en Tv y volvio a estar despues de que los espartacos dejaran de responder a mario
  • Trivia, generell informasjon som helst bare har kuriøs interesse, her om Hotel Cæsar.
  • - Did you know there is a built-in cheat menu? * If you do manage to make it visible, it doesn't work - but it's quite funny to see - Liquid Fire was originally known as Unholy Water which makes more sense for its quest. - Plated Tunic was originally named "Wolf Hide" and its game image still is, which is more fitting for the look. - Swift Seed and the other seeds were originally named "Seed of: Agility/Magic/Strength", which would of made the trio
  • Trivia (pronounced TRI-vee-Ah) is the Olympian God of when three roads meet and of trivial information. He is an extremely dull person who tends to bore others with his useless information. Even mortals, despite building him an impressive temple do not take him in high regard. He is voiced by Ben Stein.
  • Trivia i like readin trivia pages,there a quik way to find out about someone Here's Taylor's 1. * She's a Christian 2. * She's an actress and singer 3. * She collects Benie Boos 4. * She's got 2 dogs 5. * If your a fan a Taylor your a Taylorrite 6. * She's was supposed to be on Gibby the show but unfortantly it wasen't picked up
  • This page is dedicated to placing random trivia on Tenacious D. *
  • In Roman Mythology Trivia was the goddess of sorcery and witchcraft, she was also known as the goddess who haunted crossroads and graveyards. She traveled only at night, and the only way to tell her presence was by the barking of dogs.
  • Sakata Gintoki has eliminated myriad enemies using just his invincible 木刀 bokutou aka Wooden sword with 洞爺湖 touyako aka Lake Toya engraved on it. In Episode 31, Shinpachi said that whether the opponents are huge robots or weapons of mass-destruction, Gintoki had always used his wooden katana to defeat them. However, his bokutou was no match for the Benizakura in Episode 58, during which it broke and in episode 211 (Chapter 300 in manga) Doromizu Jirouchou shatters the sword while Gintoki is in a fit of rage, avenging Otose at the tomb of her deceased husband.
  • Trivia è un misterioso antagonista e il vero boss finale di Final Fantasy IX. Il suo nome originale, menzionato anche nelle sue stesse parole, significa Oscurità eterna. Si tratta del personaggio più enigmatico di tutto il gioco, che appare inaspettatamente ai personaggi dopo la sconfitta di Kuja. Alla costante ricerca di un motivo per l'esistenza della vita, Trivia incarna la paura della morte, e il suo unico scopo è quello di avvolgere il mondo nell'oscurità eterna e restituirlo al Nulla.
  • "Trivia" is the eleventh episode of the eighth season of the American comedy television series "The Office" and is the show's 163rd overall. It was directed by B.J. Novak and written by Steve Hely. It originally aired on NBC January 12, 2012. It was viewed by 5.90 million people.
  • Do you know an interesting fact about The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar? Add it here! * In North America, players who pre-ordered the game were granted access to the Open Beta on March 30th, while others had to wait until April 6th. Those who pre-ordered before the official launch on April 24th were also offered a special founding member offer (lifetime subscription for $199 USD or reduced cost of $9.99 USD per month), and received two special in-game items (a cloak of regeneration and ring of agility). Those who purchased the game after the release pay a standard $14.99 per month charge (three, six and twelve month discounts are available for all members, founder or not). European players had a similar though slightly different program from Codemasters. * A Special Ed
  • In the Jennings' travel agency office, there is a 'Patagonia' poster on the wall behind the door, by their window starting with the first episode of Season 3 (EST Men). Welsh actor Matthew Rhys, who plays protagonist Philip Jennings, went on a voyage to the Welsh outpost in Argentina around 2010 where he filmed a movie as well as wrote a book reflecting the journey.
  • Wicker Man Trivia (based on the WIcker-Man.com page but added to) In this section we present some curious bits, bobs, odds and sods relating to The Wicker Man. As with any anecdotes relating to matters that happened 35 years ago, it is perhaps hard to decipher which are entirely factual and which are not, particularly as stories about The Wicker Man have a habit of contradicting each other. Christopher Lee performed in The Wicker Man for no fee. He still insists that it is the best script he has ever seen and describes the film as one of the best of all time. *** Titles in other languages:
  • Did you know that there are roughly eight minutes and thirty seconds of Glory Kills in Doom? Did you know that Doom's intermission screen shows the Tower of Babel being built during the second episode? Did you know that the level names in Thy Flesh Consumed, the final episode that was introduced in The Ultimate Doom, are all taken from passages in the King James Version of the Bible? Did you know that the soul sphere was originally supposed to be an "extra life" powerup, before the concept of lives was dropped during development?
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  • In the Jennings' travel agency office, there is a 'Patagonia' poster on the wall behind the door, by their window starting with the first episode of Season 3 (EST Men). Welsh actor Matthew Rhys, who plays protagonist Philip Jennings, went on a voyage to the Welsh outpost in Argentina around 2010 where he filmed a movie as well as wrote a book reflecting the journey. Keri Russell's character, Elizabeth Jennings, used the word 'buttinsky' – a meddler – when she (disguised as Clark's sister Jennifer) asked Martha how things were with Clark (The Deal). The same word was used as an arc for Russell's famous character Felicity Porter, a kind but confused coed who wanted to help fix other's problems. When Philip had a volatile confrontation with Paige (Martial Eagle), actor Matthew Rhys discussed with the director that he would not let Holly Taylor (the actress who plays his daughter) know what his reaction would be in advance, to lend for a strong scene. His performance led Taylor to genuinely cry in the scene. Rhys says that scene was one of the hardest he's had to do and feels terrible for startling Taylor.
  • Do you know an interesting fact about The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar? Add it here! * In North America, players who pre-ordered the game were granted access to the Open Beta on March 30th, while others had to wait until April 6th. Those who pre-ordered before the official launch on April 24th were also offered a special founding member offer (lifetime subscription for $199 USD or reduced cost of $9.99 USD per month), and received two special in-game items (a cloak of regeneration and ring of agility). Those who purchased the game after the release pay a standard $14.99 per month charge (three, six and twelve month discounts are available for all members, founder or not). European players had a similar though slightly different program from Codemasters. * A Special Edition of the game was made available which included a full color manual, an exclusive item called "Glass of Aglarel" (when activated it gives the bearer a +1 to their Hope for 5 minutes with a 2-hour cool down). A "Making of" DVD, a soundtrack featuring all of the tunes and melodies from throughout Middle-earth, and a free 10 day buddy key were also included in the Special Edition, which was priced at an additional $10 more than the regular edition. * The June issue of PC Gamer magazing includes with an activation code to get two special in-game items for all of one's characters: a bauble and a cloak. * During Beta testing Scholars were required to use a crafting facility called a Study to craft their items. Not long before release, this facility was removed and scolars were able to craft where and whenever they wanted, if they had the required materials. But, there is still a Superior Study in-game which are most of the bookcases in Elrond's Study in Rivendell. * The Bree and Esteldin crafting areas were both previously located outside but due to lag issues they were both moved inside of a building.
  • Like île de Frost, dungeons in Trivia do not have portals; instead, arcane circles block dungeon progression until all the monsters in the section of the room the player is in are cleared. Furthermore, partying is not allowed in this region and pets cannot attack in the dungeons.
  • Trivia(トリヴィアTorivuia) is a Treasure Tool used by Bal Masqué in Seireiden. Fecor is a frequent user of this Treasure Tool.
  • Below is a list of trivia in the British soap opera Hollyoaks. This page contains worthy facts about the cast and set.
  • Did you know that there are roughly eight minutes and thirty seconds of Glory Kills in Doom? Did you know that Doom's intermission screen shows the Tower of Babel being built during the second episode? Did you know that the level names in Thy Flesh Consumed, the final episode that was introduced in The Ultimate Doom, are all taken from passages in the King James Version of the Bible? Did you know that the soul sphere was originally supposed to be an "extra life" powerup, before the concept of lives was dropped during development? Did you know that the chainsaw and super shotgun weapons in the game were inspired by the Evil Dead series of movies? Did you know that the super shotgun blast at close range will do about as much damage as the direct hit of a rocket from a rocket launcher or cyberdemon? Did you know that the nearby presence of monsters is indicated to the player by a sound? Did you know that Doom 3 contains numerous references to classic Doom? Did you know that Doom contains a shocked status bar face expression which is rarely displayed due to a bug in the game? Did you know that Doom's automap was originally intended to include a minigame as an easter egg? Did you know that the Nightmare! skill level was added as a joke, in response to comments that the game was too easy? Did you know that Doom Alpha version 0.5 had an old version of MAP10: Refueling Base from Doom II in it? Did you know that the Doom II map Circle of Death takes its automap name from the "Hoe of Destruction" found in Ultima VII? Did you know that the name "Doom" comes from a scene in the movie The Color of Money? Did you know that vanilla Doom can be launched with skill level set to 0, which makes levels empty of all monsters, items, and decorations? Did you know that many sound effects used in the original Doom games were acquired from Sound Ideas' General series sound effects library, which is why they can be heard in various movies and television shows?, and did you also know that tech-savvy hackers of IWADs can obtain those sounds for amateur moviemaking sound effects, though some fan websites for Doom also have those same sounds? Did you know that arch-viles and pain elementals cannot normally be the primary target of another monster? Did you know that the -turbo command line parameter was added to Doom by John Carmack as a prank to allow Shawn Green to beat John Romero in a deathmatch? Did you know that in vanilla Doom it is possible to render an arch-vile attack harmless by saving and loading the game while the arch-vile is performing the offensive? Did you know that a bug in the Doom engine allows certain mancubus shots to go through walls? Did you know that John Romero built the level Perfect Hatred in six hours? Did you know that the arch-vile can, eventually, kill themselves from the splash damage from their own attack? Did you know that Spawning Vats was the first proper Doom level ever made? Did you know that many of Doom II's resources not featured in the final release of the original three episodes were originally implemented in the beta versions, albeit with some alterations? Did you know that megawads and total conversions are actually PWADs that come close to the file size of non-shareware/demo IWADs? Though cult classic total conversions like Chex Quest were distributed as an IWAD.
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  • Trivia è un misterioso antagonista e il vero boss finale di Final Fantasy IX. Il suo nome originale, menzionato anche nelle sue stesse parole, significa Oscurità eterna. Si tratta del personaggio più enigmatico di tutto il gioco, che appare inaspettatamente ai personaggi dopo la sconfitta di Kuja. Alla costante ricerca di un motivo per l'esistenza della vita, Trivia incarna la paura della morte, e il suo unico scopo è quello di avvolgere il mondo nell'oscurità eterna e restituirlo al Nulla. Trivia è uno dei cattivi meno popolari tra gli appassionati della saga, principalmente perché la sua presenza non è in alcun modo resa nota fino al momento in cui appare di persona, ma anche perché la versione americana del gioco ha apportato modifiche al suo modo di parlare rendendolo molto meno comprensibile.
  • With every episode of Phineas and Ferb comes trivia with it. Information on the following pages is automatically added as the Trivia section of each episode is updated. * Season 1 * Season 2 * Season 3 * Season 4
  • Wicker Man Trivia (based on the WIcker-Man.com page but added to) In this section we present some curious bits, bobs, odds and sods relating to The Wicker Man. As with any anecdotes relating to matters that happened 35 years ago, it is perhaps hard to decipher which are entirely factual and which are not, particularly as stories about The Wicker Man have a habit of contradicting each other. The producers of The Wicker Man bought the film rights to a 1967 novel entitled 'Ritual'. Written by David Pinner, 'Ritual' tells the story of a police officer who is called to a remote Cornish village to investigate the disappearance of a missing child. As the story progresses, it transpires that the community is routed in ancient pagan beliefs. The book even contains a scene where the local temptress seduces the policeman through the wall separating their bedrooms. According to Pinner, there was talk of 'Ritual' being made into a film starring John Hurt. (There is also a sequel: The Wicca Woman written by Pinner!) Christopher Lee performed in The Wicker Man for no fee. He still insists that it is the best script he has ever seen and describes the film as one of the best of all time. The Wicker Man was filmed during October and November. Fake blossom trees were carried between filming locations to create an impression of it being May. It was bloody freezing, and wet, when The Wicker Man was filmed. Famously, The Wicker Man was denied a full British cinema release and was hacked to bits by the film's studio boss ( Michael Deeley ) who declared the film to be rubbish. The shortened film ended up being given only a small regional release as an opening 'b' movie to 'Don't Look Now'. To this day, Christopher Lee is still outraged that Michael Deeley never stood up for his wife upon their meeting. Until this day Lee makes sure to make this fact known whenever he is interviewed on the subject. If you should ever meet Christopher Lee, it would be a good idea to stand up if his wife is present. According to legend, the master of the full film was buried in a landfill under the M3 motorway . The film was rescued in the late 1970s for release as a low key art film in America . It was restored from a print found by Roger Corman who had been sent a copy before the film had been butchered. During a legal dispute, the restored material had to be handed over to a company who had been sold the American rights years before. This company have since lost the restored material....doh! In the director-approved version we now have on DVD, approximately 15 minutes of the film had to be sourced from a poor quality NTSC videotape. Christopher Lee believes that there is a more sinister conspiracy surrounding the whereabouts of the film's masters, but refuses to divulge who he believes has hidden it. Considering the film's themes of 'death and rebirth', some have claimed that the film's destruction and subsequent resurrection imply that there is something genuinely supernatural about The Wicker Man. It took an entire generation for the film to be widely recognized as a great work of art. The Wicker Man is considerably more popular over thirty years after its release than it ever was. It has joined an unusual group of films who can make this claim including 'Its A Wonderful Life' and 'Citizen Kane'. The Wicker Man has long been described as 'the Citizen Kane of horror films'. Fans of the film have objected to this claim, not because it doesn't rank alongside 'Citizen Kane', but simply because it isn't a horror film! Sadly, Citizen Kane is never described as 'The Wicker Man of normal films'. The scenes in which Ash Buchanan is presented to Willow and the mainland scenes were cut from the first release of the Wicker Man. The mainland scene in which we see Howie and McTaggart in their police car was filmed in a garage. The illusion of passing cars was created by two crew members waving torches past their windscreen. The Episcopal church used for the mainland church would not allow Edward Woodward to receive communion. The communion shots had to be filmed in Anwoth which was also the site of Summerisle's ruined kirk. Director Robin Hardy makes a cameo appearance in the film as the preacher in the mainland church scene. Screenwriter Anthony Shaffer was present during the filming of the final scenes and is said to be among the villagers. The snails footage was sourced from archive material. Diane Cilento, who played Miss Rose, claimed to be a white witch at the time of filming and took a personal involvement in the 'fire leap' where she appears in her white robes. She also assisted in the choreographing of this sequence. The poster seen on the ceiling of the Green Man inn was designed by Diane Cilento. It was artwork she had created for a series of tarot cards. During the film's American release, its promoter Sterling Smith claimed publicly and loudly that Britt Ekland's then boyfriend, singer Rod Stewart, had offered them large amounts of money NOT to release the film. The above claim has been dismissed by everybody else involved, including Rod Stewart, as being nothing but myth making. Speaking of everybody; according to everybody except director Robin Hardy, Britt Ekland's dialog was overdubbed by the Scottish actress and singer Annie Ross. Britt Ekland described Dumfries And Galloway as the most dismal place in creation during filming. The producers had to apologize to the local press for her comments. According to Gary Carpenter, Britt Ekland's 'bum double' was in the midst of menstruation at the time of filming. Seeing as toiletries were not an option for the naked scene, Gary suggests that evidence of this may still be visible on the wooden floor of the room it was filmed! (We are pleased to say that the floor has since been carpeted. ) There are not one but two people who both claim to have played the part of Willow's bottom. Lorraine Peters ( who also played the girl crying on the grave ) was the real one, according to reliable sources, including Gary Carpenter, who was onset during the filming of the scene. Edward Woodward wore a police uniform that was purposefully too small for him. This was to help create the impression that Sergeant Howie was constricted and ill at ease. Anthony Shaffer's brother Peter stood in for Howie's Mr Punch during one shoot. Peter Shaffer worked with Anthony in researching the ancient pagan rituals which can be seen in the film. His main resource was the 'Golden Bough' series of books written by Sir James George Frazer. He also adapted the lyrics of some ancient songs featured to a hybrid ancient / modern English heard in The Wicker Man's score. For further details of this, see our article on The Music of The Wicker Man. Lord Stairs owned an estate where much of the film was shot. His wife was a dead ringer for( and relative of ) the Queen. When she emerged walking her corgi dogs, the 'fire leap' girls were so embarrassed at being semi-naked in the presence of the monarch, they ran screaming into nearby bushes. Lindsay Kemp ( who played Alder McGregor ) had a habit of turning up at parties wearing woman's clothing and carrying a handbag. At one point during the production, Robin Hardy was found unconsciously drunk in the women's toilet of an Isle Of Whithorn pub! At one point in the film's production, Kemp had enough of The Wicker Man and abandoned the project. The producers had to ask him very nicely to come back up to Scotland from London and finish the shooting. The scene where we first see Rowan at the cliff opening was filmed at St Ninian's Cave. The cave is a sacred monument among christians who believe that Ninian spent the night there when he arrived in Scotland to bring christianity to the Scots. It is now place of holy pilgrimage. It is surprisingly common for fans of The Wicker Man to make regular pilgrimages to its filming locations. 'The Sun' - Britain's biggest selling newspaper - once ran an article about Wicker Man fanatics and said that they are called 'Wicker Heads'. Like a great many things in 'The Sun' newspaper, it was complete rubbish. Anthony Shaffer has described Wicker Man fanatics as being lovely and charming people but absolutely mad. Wicker Man fanatics are not quite as famously mad as fanatics of the cult British TV series 'The Prisoner'! The mainland police station seen in the film was demolished in the mid 1970s. While building was under way on its replacement , the police worked from the Kirkcudbright shop that was used for May Morrison's post office. An annual music festival entitled 'The Wickerman Festival' has taken place near Kirkcudbright in recent years. Although the artists who perform have absolutely nothing to do with The Wicker Man whatsoever, they do show the film in a tent at each event, and arrange a tour of some of the film's locations. The festivities end with a burning of a wicker man, which sadly looks nothing like The Wicker Man. The acts are invariably incompletely reformed British punk bands of yesteryear and the like. In 2003, the minister of the Castle Douglas church in Dumfries And Galloway refused to accept a donation from the organizers of 'The Wickerman Festival'. He said that he was following a decision made by his church elders, who were unhappy with the themes of The Wicker Man film, rather than the music festival itself. Dumfries and Galloway in the south of Scotland served as the location for most of the scenes in The Wicker Man. The most notable exception is Plockton, which doubled as Summerisle harbour and seafront. Plockton is located in the Scottish Highlands. The seaplane number G-AXZN seen in the film was destroyed by a fire in Scotland shortly after filming. The 'evil eye' rowing boat was not constructed for the film. It belonged to a resident of Plockton .Upon seeing it, the producers decided it would suit the film. The boat survived until 2004 when it was destroyed in a storm. According to locals, the larger boat, which we see during the search for Rowan, served in the gulf war! Whether it delivered apples to the troops is unknown. When Edward Woodward was inside the Wicker Man, the goat above him pissed on his head. The goat in question was called 'Touchwood'. In fact, whenever the goat's owner called its name to the creature, the crew thought that 'touchwood' was an instruction to set The Wicker Man alight. According to Robin Hardy, Howie's final speech is based upon Walter Raleigh's dying words. Anthony Shaffer wrote a sequel to 'The Wicker Man'. It was merely written to order and was, of course, never filmed. It is not to be taken especially seriously. The phrase 'Momentomori' is latin for "remember that you will die". The legs of one of the wicker men built in Burrowhead for the closing scenes still exist today. Edward Woodward released many easy listening LPs throughout the 1970s. Among them are 'Edward Woodward', 'The Edward Woodward Album' , 'Edwardian Woodward', 'An Evening With Edward Woodward' and 'Woodward Again'. According to Robin Hardy, when The Wicker Man played in Kentucky, state officials were so impressed by the film's pro-resurrection message that he and Christopher Lee were made Kentucky Colonels. This is the same title afforded to Colonel Saunders of 'Kentucky Fried Chicken' fame. Phil Heslop, who lived in the house where the bedrooms of Willow, Howie and Alder were shot, tells of one scene that hasn't been heard of otherwise. Supposedly a rape scene was filmed in Willow's bedroom. The rapist exited out her window. A local called out "Get your big hairy arse our of there", during the take, he says. No evidence of this has turned up anywhere else. Can anyone corroborate this? *** Titles in other languages: Belgium (Flemish title) - De gevlochten god Belgium (French title) - Le Dieu d'osier Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) - Плетеният човек Brazil - O Homem de Palha Spain - El hombre de mimbre Finland - Uhrijuhla UK (complete title) - Anthony Shaffer's The Wicker Man Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title ) - To katarameno skiahtro Greece - Το καταραμένο σκιάχτρο Hungary - A vesszőből font ember Norway (alternative title) - Narrenes konge Poland - Kult Poland (TV title) - Slomiane bóstwo Portugal - O Sacrifício Serbia - Čovek od pruća Sweden - Dödlig skörd Slovenia - Moz iz protja Slovenia (alternative title) - Pleteznik Soviet Union (Russian title) - Плетеный человек Venezuela - El culto siniestro Europe (English title) (alternative spelling) - The Wickerman
  • Trevor "Trivia" Triverton III (born February 23, 1966) was perhaps the most trivial person who ever lived, whose entire life story, personality, favorite snack treats, etc., can be easily encompassed by a set of "fun facts", odd and occasionally semi-ironic coincidences, and obscure cultural references. He has appeared three times on the popular game show Jeopardy!, each time failing to earn a single dollar.
  • Basic Trivia in Dreamlords (often simply Trivia) consists of asking a set of questions, with correct answers gaining points for the person who answered. At the end of the game, the person with the most points wins. A description of the more advanced version of the game, Jeopardy Trivia is explained here.
  • La Trivia ahora trivia blast,es un concurso de trivia por lo cual la fundo la sra Lucerito quien despues estuvo en Tv y volvio a estar despues de que los espartacos dejaran de responder a mario
  • Trivia, generell informasjon som helst bare har kuriøs interesse, her om Hotel Cæsar.
  • - Did you know there is a built-in cheat menu? * If you do manage to make it visible, it doesn't work - but it's quite funny to see - Liquid Fire was originally known as Unholy Water which makes more sense for its quest. - Plated Tunic was originally named "Wolf Hide" and its game image still is, which is more fitting for the look. - Swift Seed and the other seeds were originally named "Seed of: Agility/Magic/Strength", which would of made the trio
  • "Trivia" is the eleventh episode of the eighth season of the American comedy television series "The Office" and is the show's 163rd overall. It was directed by B.J. Novak and written by Steve Hely. It originally aired on NBC January 12, 2012. It was viewed by 5.90 million people. "Trivia" received mostly positive reviews from critics, with many noting that the episode marked an improvement from the first part of the season. Despite this, several reviews were critical of the Dwight sub-plot. According to Nielsen Media Research, "Trivia" drew 5.87 million viewers and received a 2.9 rating/7% share in the 18–49 demographic, staying relatively even with the previous three episodes, "Christmas Wishes", "Gettysburg" and "Mrs. California". It ranked third in its timeslot and was the highest-rated NBC series of the night.
  • Trivia (pronounced TRI-vee-Ah) is the Olympian God of when three roads meet and of trivial information. He is an extremely dull person who tends to bore others with his useless information. Even mortals, despite building him an impressive temple do not take him in high regard. He is voiced by Ben Stein.
  • Trivia i like readin trivia pages,there a quik way to find out about someone Here's Taylor's 1. * She's a Christian 2. * She's an actress and singer 3. * She collects Benie Boos 4. * She's got 2 dogs 5. * If your a fan a Taylor your a Taylorrite 6. * She's was supposed to be on Gibby the show but unfortantly it wasen't picked up
  • This page is dedicated to placing random trivia on Tenacious D. *
  • Sakata Gintoki has eliminated myriad enemies using just his invincible 木刀 bokutou aka Wooden sword with 洞爺湖 touyako aka Lake Toya engraved on it. In Episode 31, Shinpachi said that whether the opponents are huge robots or weapons of mass-destruction, Gintoki had always used his wooden katana to defeat them. However, his bokutou was no match for the Benizakura in Episode 58, during which it broke and in episode 211 (Chapter 300 in manga) Doromizu Jirouchou shatters the sword while Gintoki is in a fit of rage, avenging Otose at the tomb of her deceased husband. . The following feats were accomplished: 1. * Episode JUMP FESTA - Bokotou was used to slice through Katsura Kotarou's mecha unit, causing it to explode 2. * Episode 3 - Destroyed the engine of the 天国 tengoku aka Paradise, the flying shabu-shabu club that Shimura Tae was forced to go work in as debt repayment in return for keeping the family dojo. 3. * Episode 14 - In the cooking demonstration omake near the end, Gintoki used the bokotou to dice up onions in the air. 4. * Episode 32 - after recovering his memory, Gintoki used the bokutou to smash up the Mamushi-Z laser-beam canon. 5. * Episode 105 - Brought down a helicopter while the steel strings of Kawakami Bansai's shamizen are attached to the bokutou. 6. * Episode 146 - Defeated the powerful Yato Amanto 'Night King' Housen with it, with help from other people.
  • In Roman Mythology Trivia was the goddess of sorcery and witchcraft, she was also known as the goddess who haunted crossroads and graveyards. She traveled only at night, and the only way to tell her presence was by the barking of dogs.
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