Universal Champion Ryan Kloefkorn Meyers hosts a 2 v 2 matchup with all of Triviality. Ken and Matt become deeper entrenched in their efforts to take down Jeff and Neal. Jeff gets what should be his best category ever while Neal shares several young Neal stories. It’s an episode infused with a bit of late night lunacy where only one team can rise to the top.
David Wilkinson returns to the show after stopping in for a spell on our Harry Potter episode. Matt Coleman joins Ken to take on Neal and Jeff. There are postal code discussions, obligatory Chicago questions, and one last chance for Triviality to get something right.
Guest host Sarah Reid joins Ken, Neal, and Jeff in the studio for this TV themed game. Ken puts up the bat signal for a teammate and Mike Cameron answers the call. They take on Neal and Jeff in this classic 2 v 2. From taglines to Timberlake, this episode is one not to miss.
Friend of the show Jeff Reed takes time away from his podcast, Generally Trivial, to join the guys in this Neal hosted 2 v 2. Matt and Jeff pair up to take on Ken and Jeff Reed. It’s a late night game through and through. There are some Friend’s surprises and a number of 90’s boy band references. Who will rise to the top?
Patreon supporter, friend of the show, and guest host extraordinaire Erin Barclay, of Orange Cat Trivia, comes back to host her second game. Patreon supporter Gary Middleton joins Ken in this classic 2 vs 2 against Neal and Jeff. There is cursing at cats, questions about colors, and cookie confusion. In the end, one team ends up in a position that they would justifiably, rather not be in.
Friend of the the show Liz Hudson returns for the first time since her invention of the Oakland 5, to host a great 2 vs 2. Matt reveals the age at which he peaked, Jeff picks on Neal only to regret it, and there are a few NHL hot takes, just in time for the Stanley Cup playoffs. Which team will rise to the top in this week’s episode?
Season 2 kicks off with a two on two matchup hosted by Dave Nelson. Neal and Jeff compete against their friends James and Phil, while Ken keeps score. During the game, one of Jeff’s biggest pet peeves is revealed. There is a suprising amount of singing and an unsurprising amount of Roadhouse references. Which team will have what it takes to rise to the top?
Friend of the show Jason Borsom, from Liquid Kourage Entertainment, comes back to host Triviality’s first anniversary special! Ken and Matt face Neal and Jeff in a completely listener submitted game. It’s a game in typical Triviality form, with a complete lack of seriousness and a little bit of knowledge. We owe a huge thank you to all of our listeners, without whom this show would not be possible!
It’s a Triwizard tournament Harry! Triviality hosts their first ever full length bonus episode. Friend of the show, Erin Barclay hosts the three wizarding teams who’ve apparated into the studio to compete. Katy and Andrew Brown (team HuffleClaw), compete against Anandi and David Wilkinson (team SlytherDoor). Also, Ken and Neal are there. Which wizarding duo will claim the Triwizard Cup?
The guys welcome Brent Bollmeier, of the Sports Trivia Face-Off Podcast, back to the studio to host a two on two match. Ken and Matt pair up once more to try and win their first game against Neal and Jeff. Jeff experiences an unusual high during the game. Ken and Jeff share a bit about occupations past and present. Additionally, both teams find themselves trying to parse some acronyms. Will today be the day Ken and Matt throw Neal and Jeff out of the ring?
Ken and Neal invite Juli and Jamie, of Chicago Pop Trivia, back from the Logan Theater and into the studio. They take on Matt and Jeff in a less movie-centric game. A strong accusation is made against a possibly litigious band and the impressions are back in full force. Will Juli and Jamie be able to take down the team from Triviality or will Matt and Jeff carry their victory to Disneyworld?
Friends of the show, Julie and Jaime, take a break from hosting Chicago Pop Trivia at Logan Theater to join the boys in the studio. Neal calls on Mark, his Movieality co-host, to take down team Triviality in an all movie trivia game. The guys try out their best impressions as they try to solve the clues of this in depth game for film fans! Will Triviality conquer their Movieality rivals or are both teams simply too old for this S#!*?
Friends of the show Andrew Brown and Max Meiners return for this special game. Andrew hosts a two on two match-up, where Max and Ken take on Neal and Jeff. Matt has been drinking for four, Neal shares how he was a precocious child, and Ken discusses some presidential prose. Find out who will come out on top!
t’s a horror movie bonus with the podcast Freaky Franchise. Ken, Matt, and Jeff plan to lean heavily on Neal, as they try and answer great questions from Theo and Cordie. Ken tries to answer a question to redeem himself, Matt has a clutch answer, and Jeff doesn’t even know what he is doing in the studio.
Friend of the show Dan Lundberg returns for a Matt hosted Game of Death. Matt gives some prudent advice about using the internet, Neal knows something about a question (which isn’t the answer), Ken’s alter-ego makes an appearance, and Dan introduces the newest show segment. Does Dan have what it takes to be the first to take down team Triviality?
Matt hosts the first battle of the bands episode, featuring the bands Turnspit and TurboVamps. Gillian (Turnspit) teams up with Neal and Stephen (TurboVamps) makes a team with Ken. Ken gets unlikely question, Gillian knows a lot about whales, Jeff has the wrong twin, and Neal tries to show off his music street cred. Matt awards points a team points, but feels ashamed, Stephen has something he doesn’t plan to tell anyone, and everyone takes a stab at one of Neal’s favorite impressions.
*We apologize, as there is a slight hum in this episode caused by a faulty cable.
Friend of the show and Intercontinental Champion, David Rafetto guest hosts this very special 2 on 2 episode. Don’t call it a rematch, as Jeff and Neal defend their prior week’s victory from Ken and Matt. Neal know’s his stars, Jeff doesn’t need a clue, Matt plugs our first (un)official sponsor, and Ken is thankful to squirrels. Can Ken and Matt steal the belt off of Neal and Jeff?
Cruiserweight Champion, Joe Nguyen hosts this 2 on 2 episode. Ken and Matt square off against Neal and Jeff. Matt is a self-professed connoisseur of garbage, Jeff is upset when other people know answers to questions, Ken strikes a deal with Matt, and Neal is pretty sick. Which tag team will rise to the top?
Neal hosts this 1 v 1 featuring Matt and Jeff. Neal and Jeff find themselves in the back of a car, returning from Triviality’s recent trip to Boston while Matt joins the team from the comfort of his own bed. Jeff knows an above average amount about the Spice Girls, Matt takes a strong stance on a certain alcohol, and Neal can’t help but reference the same movie. Will a knackered Jeff be able to take down a well rested Matt?
In a Triviality first, Ken and Neal face off in a live 1 on 1 from Boston. A new game mechanic, the “hot tag” is introduced. Neal shares a cherished story from his youth, Ken knows that you only really need to care about one sport, and even Jeff gets asked a question. Thank you to all of you who were able to attend our first live recording!