Home    What's it all about?     Meet the hosts    Fun stuff   Links    E-mail
     
PENNSYLVANIA What's it all about? FLORIDA
     

Where to Play

Recent Winners

Team Bios

Photo Galleries


Site sponor:


25 West King St., Lancaster, PA

"The best place in town for an overstuffed sandwich."

-C. Earth

 

Earth Trivia is team trivia at its finest. It's currently played at a variety of restaurants and bars in beautiful Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and in the Orlando, Florida area. Contestants can play solo, or with up to 98 of their closest friends. The average team size is 3.75 (we can get a booster seat for that fractional person).

There are three simple rules:
  · 1. No cell phones
  · 2. No laptops
  · 3. Above all else,
NO BLURTING!

Blurters are disqualified, tarred and feathered. There are three rounds of ten questions each (Sample questions can be found here). Teams are given answer sheets to record their responses. In the first round, correct answers are worth one point each. The sheets are then collected, the scores tallied and the leaders are announced.

In the second round, the difficulty level increases, so the answers are worth two points. Once again, the sheets are rounded up. In the final round, your trivia muscles are given a strenuous workout and you are rewarded five points for each correct answer.

Prizes (usually gift certificates to the restaurant) are awarded to the first, second and third place winners. In the event of a tie, we have many different tie-breaking devices. Featured in the past: Don't Break the Ice, Battling Tops and good old-fashioned staring contests.

In Florida, should anyone challenge Curtis' answers, the conflict is resolved by the monkey of few words, Mr. Shifferstein. In Pennsylvania, you'll have to deal with Mr. Lagerstein, Bats Maroo or El Diablo.

If you're interested in how all this hilarity came about, you can read some articles in the In the News section.

Where to Play

Recent Winners

Team Bios

Photo Galleries


Hey, gang, please consider purchasing the Breast Cancer Awareness stamp from the USPS. Six cents from each stamp goes to cancer research.

 

 

 

 

This site was created and is maintained by the Webmikester

©2003 Curtis Earth Enterprises