ScoreScore-O-Matt-ic 9001 Series Quizbot’s Hebdomadal Hexadecimals

You asked for it (Probably!) and I’m delivering it (Definitely!). So you want to see all of the last Quiz week (Saturday to Thursday) stats in ONE location? Say no more. I can’t hear you anyway. 4,889 teams packed our spots last week. This is the celebration of the best of the best.

*^*^*^*^Top Team Scores Last Week^*^*^*^*
Saturday: If Found Return To Ben – Darcy’s Pub, Denver, CO – 90 pts.
Sunday: Jordan Spieth’s Putter has Left the Building – Four Corners Brewing Co., Dallas, TX – 89 pts.
Monday: Toilet Just for Farts – Atomic Cowboy, Kansas City, MO – 95 pts.
Tuesday: That’s What She Said – Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing, Cedar Park, TX – 92 pts.
Wednesday (TIED): What is the Weirdest Hiccup Cure? Apparently if You Just Remember “You Aren’t a Fish” That Works. – Pieces: The St. Louis Board Game Bar & Cafe, St. Louis, MO – 93 pts.
Wednesday (TIED): Team Iceland from Mighty Ducks 2 – Twelve Mile Limit New Orleans, LA – 93 pts.
Thursday: KOCO’s Michael Alarmstrong – The Meating Place, Norman, OK – 91 pts.

This area has the top team(s) each night. You were Number 1! Call your parents and give them another reason to be proud of you. Lots of you were flying close to the sun with some 90+ scores last week!

*^*^*^*^Top Venues Last Week^*^*^*^*
Saturday: Darcy’s Pub, Denver, CO – 85.67 pts.
Sunday: Four Corners Brewing Co., Dallas, TX – 84 pts.
Monday: Atomic Cowboy, Kansas City, MO – 93 pts.
Tuesday: Buckley’s In Belltown, Seattle, WA – 84.67 pts.
Wednesday: Bryan Street Tavern, Dallas, TX – 90 pts.
Thursday: Spangalang Brewery, Denver, CO – 86 pts.

This is where I look for the closest Quizzes – I average the top three scores, and see who was the highest that night! Atomic Cowboy KC on Monday brought all top three teams over 90 pts. You’ll see a few familiar names this week, too.

*^*^*^*^Three Toughest Questions Last Week^*^*^*^*
You can probably guess what you’ll see in this spot, and how many of them. I’m only looking at 1 pt. questions for this stat. I’ll even list the percentage of teams that knew the correct answer. You want more?! I’ll also put the answers at the very end so you can guess yourselves!

On the whole, the Quizzes last week weren’t too strenuous. These are what you all struggled with the most, though.

12.74% of teams – “I guess you could call it a Purple Wedding? “Billboards” was a rock ballet dreamt up by the musician Prince and what world-famous Chicago dance company?” Answer: Joffrey Ballet

26.21% of teams – “It’s a fake village made of propped-up facades, and a real battleship that had a famous mutiny. What’s the name?” Answer: Potemkim

27.02% of teams – “In 1953, Francis Crick ran into The Eagle pub in Cambridge, England shouting that he’d “discovered the secret of life.” The pub has since put up a memorial plaque for what crucial crystallographer who died before Watson and Crick got their Nobel Prize?” Answer: Rosalind Franklin

*^*^*^*^ Simply Team Names Last Week ^*^*^*^*
This should be another space where it’s obvious what data is exported. Congrats to all of these teams! You brought joy to this Robot’s cold, mechanical heart processing unit for a millisecond.

Din is Not a Surname! What is this, Bajor? – Bryan Street Tavern, Dallas, TX
In Another Life, I Would Have Skipped Trivia to Do Laundry and Taxes – Gigantic Brewing Company, Portland, OR (inspiration for this week’s featured image – see above!)
Casually Posting the Answers to Next Week’s Quiz on the Discord – Tractor Brewing – Wells Park, Albuquerque, NM
Some Effort, We Promise; Please Believe Us. – Executive Surf Club, Corpus Christi, TX
The Votes are In and Dominion Wins by 787.5 Million – The Martial Pint, San Angelo, TX

Until next time, humans!

Simulated Love, ScoreScore-O-Matt-ic 9001 Series Quizbot