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The Little Tiny Quiz Of The Lockdown | WEEK 1 Questions and Answers | Jimmy Carr

hi I'm Jimmy Carr and coming up is a

compilation of all the questions and

answers from the little Toni Kroos of

the lockdown over the last week so you

can just sort of sit back and enjoy a

not so little quiz of the lockdown good

luck

first up five general knowledge

questions so every day b5 general

knowledge and then five I don't know fun

things I mean that suggests general

knowledge is not fun

I find pub quizzes fun and I'm slightly

missing them that's why we're doing this

so question number one where is the one

place that the American flag flies all

the time but is never raised or lowered

and never saluted so where is the one

place where the American flag flies all

the time but it's never raised or

lowered or saluted ah the hell of a

question very satisfying answer when you

get it if you get it if you don't get it

don't feel bad we're all locked down if

you don't get it claim you got it why

not

question two what kind of street has a

name that's French for the arse of a bag

I mean this question is only here

because I enjoy saying the arse of a bag

what kind of street has a name that's

French for the ass of a bag

okay question number three what are the

six weapons used in the original game of

Cluedo they're one of the six weapons

used in the original game of Cluedo some

of them legit weapons

some of them household items that have

been used for murder if you're locked

down with your family I understand you'd

be fantasizing about such things but be

nice be kind to each other why not

what are the six weapons used in the

original game of Cluedo I guess I guess

you get a point if you get them all uh

uh what do you think it's that fair you

can have a point if you get any three of

them and then an extra point if you get

all six that seems fair doesn't it and

it's entirely arbitrary as is this whole

thing okay question for the first four

numbers that stay the same written

upside down are 0 1 8 and 11 what's the

next one what is the next number that

stays the same written upside down I

mean ignore serifs and things but 0 1 8

11 they look the same upside down as

they do the right way up what is the

next one in that sequence one for Rachel

Riley there and for question 5 in our

general knowledge round in a standard

pack of playing cards what are the

queens holding in their hands ah okay in

a standard pack of playing cards what

are the queens holding in the hands you

could get this it's logical you could

work it out okay next up I've got a

picture round I'm going to show you five

sets of emojis each one represents the

title of a well-known book so if I

showed you a chain and some air as here

you would say Jane Eyre chain ere Jane

Eyre chained air and it's a bit

torturous at times but I think they're

fun okay here's question 6 which book is

it

you can always press pause if you want

to think about a bit so what what book

is is being represented there

of course you're number seven on your

screen now okay so what book is being

represented there here's question eight

which book do these emojis represent I

mean the question is the same for all

these what book but you know I'll keep

on restating it because that's how

quizzes work question nine there for you

now what book and finally here's

question ten what book is that here's

our first round of answers I hope you

did well

question one was where is the one place

for the American flag flies all the time

but is never raised or lowered and never

saluted did you get it the answer was of

the moon remember the Americans they

went to the moon they made a huge fuss

about it at the time went to the moon

and they put a flag there and it flies

it's never lowered it's never raised

it's never saluted I mean perhaps

occasionally an American proudly looks

up and just tips his hat so there may be

on a technicality but the moon is the

answer we were looking for that the moon

question too was what kind of street has

the name that's French for the ass of a

bag know what which guy this street has

a name that's French for the ass of a

bag it was of course cul de sac

quite an easy upon that really because

how many types of street are they want

you through Boulevard and Avenue you're

really out of ideas Lane can't be Lane

cul-de-sac question three what are the

six murder weapons used in the original

game of Cluedo I realize you're locked

down with your family so talking about

murder and a house probably not a good

idea here we go okay six answers here

candlestick dagger lead piping revolver

rope

spanner wrench you could have said

wrench I mean you didn't need to say

revolver

if you said gun I will accept it so

that's candlestick dagger lead piping

revolver gun rope spanner or wrench okay

so a point if you got three of them and

then a bonus point if you got all six

why don't you question for the first

four numbers that stay the same written

upside down as the right way up a zero

one eight and eleven what is the next

one yeah at 69 of course is 69 it was

always going to be 69 I find maths

boring the 69 is funny there for

question five of the general knowledge

round in a standard pack of playing

cards what are the queens holding in

their hands do you work it out as

flowers flowers the Queen's always been

counted flowers so she had flowers in

her hands on the playing cards I mean

I'm not saying she modeled for it but

there's a logic there flowers okay now

on to the picture round answers first up

some treasure and an island

I think the island was really doing the

heavy lifting there so the book was

Treasure Island now we've got war and

peace I mean how could you not get that

war and peace they're French and they're

not looking cheerful that's it let

miserable us I don't think I'm saying

that right now we say lame is then

miserable the misery the miserable is

the Miserables the Miserables let's

stick with it great okay this one the

cat India you know how no one says India

the cat India hat the Cat in the Hat

I'm seeing fun finally one of the day

win knee the Pooh yeah we need the Pope

question one what caused the permanent

closure of the restaurants Palm Court

Cafe Parisian and the veranda on the

15th of April 1912 what caused the

permanent closure of the restaurants

Palm Court Cafe Parisian and the veranda

on the 15th of April 1912 when you get

it it is very satisfying question number

two in our general knowledge round for

Tuesday

what happened dragons got that Chinese

dragons haven't got I presume you're all

thinking coronavirus stop it it's a

global problem

what of Western dragons got that Chinese

dragons haven't got just think about

where you've seen them flags and parades

think you'll get there I've got every

faith in you

question three which two male actors

want Oscars for playing the same part in

different films which two male actors

want Oscars for playing the same part in

different films there are two possible

answers obviously a bonus point if you

get both it's happened twice to male

actors have won Oscars were playing the

same part in different films it's

happened twice in film history name the

character name the actors you get points

question for name the five EU countries

with vertical trickle of flags that that

means they've got three blocks of colour

next to each other not on top of each

other so name the five EU countries with

tricolor flags

Pontus a trickler question 5 name the

town in Norfolk that as you approach it

disappears name the town in Norfolk that

as you approach it disappears if you

were watching this anywhere other than

the UK take this question off and maybe

maybe call an elderly relative

and tell them that they are loved and

valued because you're not gonna get this

it's a very British question okay I hope

you're doing well our next round I'm

going to show you five journeys in each

of them the starting point and the end

point rhyme that's right everyone

rhyming journeys yeah that'd be fun to

do journeys because obviously know

what's going on any journeys at the

moment other than you know the

government mandated little walk around

the park and trip to the shops to buy

yet more toilet paper okay

you need both the starting point and the

destination of the rhyming journey to

get one point you're ready here's

question number six where is this

journey from where is it to they rhyme

the clue is they rhyme okay question

number seven and remember both places on

the map rhyme question eight you press

pause I guess if you want more time to

think about it we'll just go back and

watch it again you can scroll it's easy

okay so they're both Ryan that's

question number eight and nine

I need the starting point and the

destination they're both rhyme if you've

opened up Google Maps as well who you

laying down here only yourself I'm very

disappointed and here is our final

rhyming journey okay search from there

to there they rhyme I mean delightfully

satisfying if you get them

question number one I asked you what

caused the permanent closure of the

restaurants Palm Court Cafe Parisian and

the veranda on the 15th of April 1912

and I think very satisfying if you got

this so I can tell you Palm Court cafe

prison and the veranda were closed

because the 15th of April 1912 the

Titanic sank and and the restaurants

were on the Titanic and therefore

they're closed I mean what would be more

remarkable is if some enterprising

restauranteur had decided to stay open

what are the specials the fish is very

fresh question 2 was what have Western

dragons got that Chinese dragons haven't

got we will not accept the answer

coronavirus the answer is of course ways

yeah we've got wings on our dragons

where's where is the the Eastern dragon

nah not so much not having it with a

wing question three I asked you which

two male actors want Oscars for playing

the same part in different films now

this has happened twice in movie history

firstly it was a vito corleone from the

Godfather films and the actors were

Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro but

then it happened again this year it

because Heath Ledger has got an Oscar

for playing the Joker and then what him

Phoenix Don Oscar for playing the Joker

in the Joker and I think the Dark Knight

no anyway well done everyone

you've all got Oscars question for I

asked you to name the five EU countries

with vertical tricular flags they are

Italy

you've got Italy France you got France

come on Belgium Oh Ireland of course and

Romania yeah you can check the emojis on

your phone if you don't believe me and

you're now thinking are sure to check

the emojis on my phone

softly when I was doing the answers and

then I would have look clever to whoever

I'm confined with question 5 name the

town in Norfolk that as you approach it

disappears now I think maybe you could

have got this if you don't know Norfolk

that

yeah as you approached the town of dis

in Norfolk

dis appears the answer is dis there is a

town called dis I've now said this far

too many times it's lost all meaning now

rhyming journeys III think this is fun

but then I've been locked inside for a

week what do I know

okay here's the first one that was

Alaska - Nebraska from Alaska to

Nebraska okay next one that's Japan

Tamlyn it's Japan to Milan everyone

Japan to Milan they rhyme it's Kent -

Gwent Kent - Gwent Tanzania to South

Korea

yeah the rhymes a bit trickier there and

this last one took you from Houston to

Houston Houston - who's been the pop

star Gary Numan was born on the 8th of

March 1958 I think we all know that Gary

Numan was born on the 8th of March 1958

which ironically makes him 13 days older

than which actor so Gary Numan is 13

days older somewhat ironically than

which actor the most successful

Wimbledon singles champion of all time

is Bernhard Neal who has won the singles

championship at the All England Club no

fewer than 37 times in which sport

Spectre was the seventh James Bond film

with a one-word title name the other six

bear in mind that sometimes they like to

sort of RAM two words together okay if

you get all six I guess you get a bonus

point

it also might be an idea to watch all

six back-to-back because let's face it

we're not doing anything else very much

working from home I mean has it on the

famous zebra crossing Abbey Road album

sleeve which people doesn't have any

shoes on

so on the Abbey Road album cover which

people is not wearing shoes before all

this unpleasantness started which day of

the week were Gretta dumb bugs climate

strikes okay so before I tell if you can

remember there was a time before the

corona virus we used to go outside we

had jobs we went to restaurants and bars

look back in those days

Greta thumb bug used to have a climate

strike on what day of the week and next

half the quiz today involves finding

hidden links so I'm gonna give you three

clues the answers all have a connection

you only have to find the connection so

you don't need to know all three you get

the connection off two of them for

example if I asked you group who sang we

are the champions you would think Queen

if I said Canterbury has a famous arch

what you would say Bishop and if I said

what was the Lancelot's job you would

say Knight so what connects Queen Bishop

at night that's right

chess okay here's the first set of clues

so this is question number six okay

Sweden's Eurovision winner in 1974 Queen

who was not amused bear who likes

marmalade so what connects those three

answers

here's the next one

magazine with Bachelor of the Year

feature 1979 Woody Allen movie in black

and white nickname at Mary Tudor here's

the next set the are of R&B the third of

the gifts brought by the wise men a

deodorant for teenagers named after a

wild animal

and here's one more ball worth four in

sneaker army rank above captain Cornish

eco-friendly project and a final set of

clues named for an African area of

vegetation spider with a web in the

title of a children's book as does

clothing range so name of an African

area of vegetation spider with a web in

the title of a children's book as dis

clothing range what connects that's

right our question one pop star Gary

Numan was born on the 8th of March 1958

which ironically makes him 30 days older

than which actor did you get it of

course you got it didn't you

yeah you got it Gary Numan is 13 days

older than Gary Oldman dr. Newman is

older than Oldman it's a bit of fun in

it it's just a bit of fun why else

wouldn't we be doing question 2

I asked you the most successful

Wimbledon singles champion of all time

he's Bernhard Neil who has won the

singles championship and impressive 37

times at the All England Club in which

sport

the answer is croquet it's the All

England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club

although the focus tends to be on the

tennis if we were absolutely honest I

don't think there's the money that once

was in croquet question three Spectre

was the seventh James Bond film with a

one-word title name the other six they

are Goldfinger Thunder ball Moonraker

Octopussy Goldeneye and Skyfall bonus

point if you got them all and yeah go

watch your Bond film why not it was like

Christmas afternoon I asked you on the

famous a zebra crossing Beatles Abbey

Road album sleeve which people doesn't

have any shoes on it was of course poor

Macaulay Bertha I don't know why

I love it and question five which day of

the week were Greta tum Berg's climate

strikes they want on Fridays so everyone

refused to go to school on Fridays and

and if anything they've got bigger

because now no one's going to school at

all probably for the rest of the time

now the answer to the hidden link

questions okay the answer to the first

one was Waterloo Victoria and Paddington

questions on the screen Waterloo

Victoria Paddington what's the

connection

it was London stations question seven

the answers were cosmopolitan Manhattan

Bloody Mary they're all cocktails is the

answer I was looking for nobody the

answers were rhythm myrrh and links and

the connection no vowels question nine

Brown major Eden they're all British

Prime Minister's I'll endeavor to make

this less British focus next week

promise and ten we wanted Savannah

Charlotte and George it's the Queen's

great-grandchildren

which member of the British equestrian

team at the 1976 Montreal Olympics was

excused a sex test so which member of

the British equestrian team at the 1976

Montreal Olympics was excused a sex test

it was the rider not the horse and

that's a clue which for other British

cities appear in the names of properties

on the London Monopoly board so for

other British cities they're mentioned

in the London Monopoly game good luck

which world cup winning football team

wears a strip of a color which does not

appear on their national flag that's as

close to a sports question as I'm gonna

get

what was the last thing mr. creosote ate

what was the last thing mr. creosote ate

which is the only London building

allowed to have a thatched roof since

the Great Fire of London in 1666 so

thatch roofs were found in London after

the Great Fire of 1666 fair enough and

there's been one exception made what is

it next half the quiz is all about

movies I'm going to give you three

characters from the credits of a

well-known film all you have to do is

name that film one point for each again

I'm gonna start you're very gentle so

the first one is it's explaining what's

going on here okay so sheriff al

chambers lilyc rain Norman Bates name

the film and if you can't name the film

I mean really here's your next one

sweaty cop and massage parlor pride

victim gluttony victim here's another

archivist Nazi supporter monkey man I

mean just from that hell of a film

archivist Nazi supporter monkey man mr.

tricky one Mia Wallace young butch

pumpkin that's a pretty easy one final

set guard kraut Andy Dufresne Ellis Boyd

read reading I asked you which member of

the British equestrian team in 1976

Montreal Olympics was excused a sex test

it was of course Princess Anne so she's

knocked out their sex test because she's

a princess although I'm not sure to what

extent people are passing themselves off

as a member of the opposite sex in

equestrian events at the Olympics maybe

I have as a lot and I'm just not aware

but I know that Princess Anne didn't

have to do the sex test I'd be

interested to know write in and tell me

and what is the sex test what do they do

that

that I look like I'm inquisitive

question - I asked you which four other

British cities appear in the names of

the properties on the London Monopoly

board it was of course Coventry

Leicester Oxford Liverpool all streets

except Leicester which is of course a

square or lie sister if you're playing

in America and getting things wrong

question three I asked you which World

Cup winning football team wears a strip

of a colour which does not appear on

their national flag Italy who playing

blue for reasons I don't know the

Italians let him do that thing question

four I asked what was the last thing mr.

creosote ate it was of course a wafer a

thin mint it's from a Monty Python film

if you if you haven't seen it I mean

that'll be an excellent use of your time

a view that is educational you're

homeschooling your kids make him what

fly for Brian fun theology question fine

I asked which is the only London

building allowed to have a thatched roof

since the Great Fire of London in 1666

it is of course Shakespeare's Globe it's

a theater it's like an proper old school

like Shakespearean time theater with a

thatched roof if you're a tourist a lot

of fun if you're from London you've

never been

now movie answers first up sheriff al

chambers Lilla crane and Norman Bates

they're all in a film called psycho if

you didn't get that turn this off now

and go and watch it okay next up sweaty

cop and massage parlor pride victim and

gluttony victim are all in seven all

characters in seven which I've not seen

since it came out I might watch later

and next up was archivist Nazi supporter

and monkey man they're all in Raiders of

the Lost Ark of course Mia Wallace young

butch and pumpkin all characters in

quitting Tarantino's pulp fiction

finally question ten guard trout Andy

Dufresne Ellis Boyd red Reddington are

all in this purpose the Shawshank

Redemption

okay one and easy one to start with

or is it the state of Massachusetts

takes its name from the Algonquin word

meaning near the big hill spell

Massachusetts yeah yeah yeah that's

right we're doing a spell test uh-huh

that's what things have come to this is

what passes as entertainment in the

lockdown Okocha spell massachusetts

don't cheat

spell massachusetts I've said it too

many times now pretty sure I'm saying it

wrong on average how many breaths does

Usain Bolt take during a hundred meter

race so question number two today on

average how many breaths does Usain Bolt

take during a hundred meter race very

pleasing that one elected in December

Sanna Marin is 34 and currently the

youngest prime minister in the world

she's the head of a country whose five

main political parties are all led by

women which country just name that

country okay which of these birds is the

odd one out

cuckoo Kittiwake swift chief chaff

curlew which of these birds is the odd

one out cuckoo kitty wait swift chief

chaff Curlin easy which is the odd one

out

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it's to do with their names why are they

called that every planet in our solar

system is named after either a Greek or

Roman God except one name the planet so

every planet in our solar system is

named after either a Greek or Roman god

except one which one okay the next half

of today's quiz is another set of

rhyming journeys because I like rhyming

journeys and also I desperately like to

go somewhere okay so look at the map

write down the start at the end point of

each journey and remember they rhyme the

clue is they rhyme it's rhyming journeys

everyone okay so question 6 where is

this journey from where is it to

question 7 remember both places on the

map rhyme

question 8 you press pause I guess if

you want more time but will you just

watch your back after it rhymes because

you're nine

if you've opened up Google Maps you're

only letting yourself down

and our final rhyming journey from here

to here okay write it down or remember

it it's pleasing if you get it I asked

you to spell Massachusetts okay

it's ma SS a CH u se TTS two S's at the

start one at the end two T's at the end

mm I don't know

secondly I asked you on average how many

breaths does Usain Bolt take during a

hundred meter race what do you think the

answer is none you know he doesn't take

any breaths during the race he just just

runs an anaerobic I think they call it

an aerobic and you don't take any oxygen

any anyway he's it's even more

impressive now I know he's not breathing

during it very incredible I asked you

which countries five main political

parties are all led by women it's

Finland and if you're interested it's

also the happiest country in the world

yeah I mean probably not right now

everyone's a little bit grumpy right now

but but generally Finland excellent

place I asked you which bird was the odd

one out it was the Swift all the others

are named after their call and the Swift

is named after how fast it goes five I

asked you every planet in our solar

system is named after either a Greek or

Roman God except one which one what a

clue is you're standing on it it

okay next up we got rhyming journeys six

was Arizona to Barcelona Arizona to

Barcelona seven was the Gambia to Zambia

the Gambia to Zambia eight was cheddar

to Jeddah if you got that

congratulations well done you cheddar

cheddar nine was Marley tabali

at Marley tabali and 10 was Cuba to

Aruba

Cuba to Aruba I really enjoy rhyming

journeys more more than I may be sure

but I like what number do you get if you

multiply together all the numbers on a

telephone keypad so what number do you

get if you multiply together all the

numbers on the telephone keypad

question number two for Saturday when

the Berlin Wall fell 30 years ago there

were 15 border wolves around the world I

just want to know how many there are now

you can have a know five either side I

mean you have ten either side if you

want I guess if you're playing it with

someone else

whoever's closest wins

question three which African head of

state used to play for AC Milan which

African head of state used to play for

AC Milan question for today what kind of

creatures are dingy sheers of the brick

Jubilee fan foot lease carpet dark

spinach Manchester trouble bar scarce

vapor it's a great list isn't it I mean

this question is only here because that

list in 1975 a band whose name is a

palindrome had an appealing number-one

single whose name is also a palindrome

named the band name the single okay

hope you did well on that multiplication

question at the beginning just because

we're locked inside and basically we're

going to be doing a lot of

multiplication in this next bit I'm

going to ask you pairs of general

knowledge questions both answers and

numbers all you need to do is multiply

together both answers in order to get

the answer does that make any sense it

will become clearer okay so it's

basically multiplication okay so how

many problems did jay-z have how many

suspects are there include oh so

multiply those together for the answer

okay how many problems does jay-z have

or did jay-z yeah does he still have

problems let me know how many problems

does jay-z have how many suspects are

there included multiplied together for

the answer to question six question

number seven how many hours make up a

dolly parton's working day in her 1980

hit song and which year will Canada

Mexico in the USA host the World Cup so

how many hours a day does Dolly Parton

work and which year will Canada Mexico

and the USA host the World Cup at that's

presuming it doesn't get moved because

he just you know what let's

which year will Canada Mexico in the USA

host the World Cup and how many hours a

day does Dolly Parton work multiply the

two for the answer question abate what

age does Matthew Perry become in a movie

where he turns into Zac Efron and what

number Downing Street does the

Chancellor of the Exchequer usually live

at multiplied both together for the

answer number nine what percentage is

the standard UK v80 when it's being

charged that is what was the zip code in

Luke Perry's Fox TV series okay so

what's the standard rate of v18 in the

UK what was the zip code in Luke Perry's

Fox TV series final question for today

how old is a lie so in the sound of

music when Roth sings to her x how many

of the famous five had two legs

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I asked you our what number do you get

if you multiply together all the numbers

on a telephone keypad the answer is of

course zero because there's a zero and

if you multiply anything by zero

it's zero that I mean yeah I hate me too

that's an annoying question to ask sorry

I asked you how many border walls there

are at the time of recording in this

world because when the Berlin Wall came

down there were 15 there are now 70

that's right 70 border walls yeah world

cheer don't want to tell you I asked you

which African head of state used to play

for AC Milan it's George Weah George

Weah current President of Liberia often

called the best footballer never to play

in a World Cup so Wow yeah great go

Liberia

I asked what kind of creatures are dingy

sheers the brick Jubilee fan foot least

carpet dark spinach Manchester treble

bar and scar vapora did you get it

they're all moths I just like the list

so I threw the question if you've got it

well done I mean I just generally I call

them moths I don't know why you'd sort

of differentiate they're basically yeah

goth butterflies I suppose would be a

better term

I asked you for a band that's a

palindrome who had a number one that was

also a palindrome it was of course Abba

an SOS ABBA

SOS both both palindromes how was really

quite a palindrome heavier question now

the multiplication answers so question

six it was 99 times 6 which is 594 if

you've got that well done you really are

committing to this quiz question 7

involve the song nine to five so from

the answer you multiplied 8 by 2026

which gives you 16 thousand two hundred

and eight question eight involved the

movie 17 again so it's seventeen times

11 187 question nine you multiplied nine

oh two one oh by 20 to get 1 million

eight hundred and four thousand two

hundred is that right I think that's

right it's up on the screen anyway

question ten was a bit more

straightforward we take out Timmy the

dog because he's got four legs multiply

it by sixteen we get 64 how did you get

on I really hope you did well and feel

better about yourselves I'll see you

tomorrow for more quiz

you