The Office Pictionary Quiz! Trivia

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The Office Pictionary Quiz! Trivia - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    Activity (one word)

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    Person (two words)

    The given answer "prison mike" is a reference to a character from the TV show "The Office." In one episode, the character Michael Scott pretends to be a former prison inmate named Prison Mike, complete with a bandana and tough-guy persona. The answer is a play on words, combining the words "person" and "prison" to create the name "prison mike."

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    Episode title (one word)

    The episode title is "money". This suggests that the episode will revolve around the theme of money, financial matters, or the importance of money in the storyline. It could explore topics such as wealth, poverty, greed, or the pursuit of financial success. The title gives a clear indication of the central theme or focus of the episode.

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    Activity (one word)

  • 5. 

    Person (one word)

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    Episode title (two words)

    The episode title "cafe disco" suggests that the episode revolves around a combination of a café and a disco. It implies that the characters in the show may create a disco atmosphere within a café setting, combining elements of music, dancing, and entertainment. This title hints at a lively and energetic episode, where the characters may engage in fun and excitement at the café disco.

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    Place (one word)

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    Fake disease (three words)

    "Hot dog fingers" is a term used to describe a condition where a person's fingers appear swollen or puffy, resembling the shape of a hot dog. This condition is not a real medical disease, but rather a colloquial phrase used to humorously describe the physical appearance of someone's fingers. It is likely that the term "hot dog fingers" is being used in this context to emphasize the absurdity or fictitious nature of the situation or scenario being described.

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    Episode title (two words)

    The given correct answer "the fire" suggests that the episode title consists of two words, and those two words are "the" and "fire". This title could potentially refer to an episode that revolves around a significant fire incident, such as a building fire or a wildfire. The word "the" indicates that the fire being referred to is specific and important within the context of the episode.

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    Object (three words)

    The given answer "stapler in jello" is a three-word phrase that accurately describes an object. It suggests that a stapler has been placed inside a block of jello, creating a humorous and unexpected situation. This answer effectively conveys the concept of an object being embedded in an unusual substance.

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