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Detroit Burger Bar

32350 Eight Mile Rd Farmington, Michigan 48336
Tuesdays, 8pm & 9pm | Saturdays, 8pm & 9pm (248) 987-6095
League Division: Michigan - Central Season: Winter/Spring 2018

Tuesday

8pm & 9pm
Host: Tom
Hosting since Nov 2016
Tuesday Venue Tournament: Apr 3, 2018

Tuesday Scoreboard

  • Latest Scores
  • League Standings
Season:
< Week 2: Jan 8 - Jan 14 >
Teams Score Total League Pts
Your Little Sister 112 230 15
Multiple Personalities 96 178 12
THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH 77 147 9
Andrew and Another Random Chick 76 76 6
The Lucky 3 71 116 3
Polocks 60 87 1
David is a PAB 53 53 1
Bookworm 40 40 1
Meow Youow 19 19 1
SLABS 18 18 1
Dantonio Owns you!! 16 16 1
Current as of 4:07am EST Jan 17, 2018
y - Qualified for Venue Tournament

Saturday

8pm & 9pm
Host: Rich Sayig
Hosting since Nov 2017
Saturday Venue Tournament: Apr 7, 2018

Saturday Scoreboard

  • Latest Scores
  • League Standings
Season:
< Week 2: Jan 8 - Jan 14 >
Teams Score Total League Pts
No scores to show for the dates selected at this time.
Current as of 4:07am EST Jan 17, 2018
y - Qualified for Venue Tournament

Prizes

Every Show

1st Place in Each Round - $15 Gift Card
2nd Place in Each Round - $10 Gift Card

League Prizes

The Winter/Spring 2018 season awards a total prize pool of $2,500 at the League Championships on April 15th, 2018.

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Tuesday Final Qs

Game 1

Plopper, Mojo, Chirpy Boy, Stampy, Strangles, Pokey, Princess, and Pinchy have all been the names of pets owned by whom?
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Game 2

The crystalline form of aluminum oxide that includes both rubies and sapphires is known by what name that begins with the letter “C”, which is derived from the Sanskrit word for ruby?
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Saturday Final Qs

Game 1

What is the longest-running live-action sitcom currently in production that premiered in the decade of the 2000s? The first episode aired in August 2005.
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Game 2

Only two women have ever appeared on officially issued U.S. paper currency. The 1st appeared on the reverse side of a 20-dollar bill in 1865 and the 2nd appeared in portrait on a one-dollar silver certificate first issued in 1886. Name either.
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