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Fill My Cup Trivia Quiz


You're a bartender serving drinks - some real, some fictional - to a group of characters from literature, TV and film. They all have their favourites - do you recognise any of them?

A multiple-choice quiz by Kankurette. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
Kankurette
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
395,237
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
1238
Awards
Editor's Choice
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Question 1 of 10
1. "Fill my cup with Butterbeer," says a ginger-haired teenage wizard. It's a good thing Butterbeer has such a low alcohol content, because you suspect he and his friends look underage. Which magical book and film series do they come from? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. "Fill my cup with a White Russian, man," says a big hairy man in a bowling shirt. You hear his friends address him as 'the Dude'. This drink shouldn't be too hard to make, as long as you abide by the recipe. Which film does the White Russian-loving Dude come from? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. "Fill my cup with Duff," says a fat yellow man with very little hair. "It's my favourite beer. Mmm...beer..." He starts drooling. In which animated series is Duff the beer of choice? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. "Fill my cup with a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster," says a two-headed alien. "And give me a bottle of that Ol' Janx Spirit while you're at it." You know this is going to be a hard task, as the ingredients for a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster are literally out of this world. In which science fiction series would you find this extremely potent drink? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. "Fill my cup with a vodka martini," says a rather suave-looking man in a tuxedo, with a beautiful woman on his arm. You recognise him as the famous secret agent, James Bond, and remember that he's very specific about how he likes his martini. How does Bond take his martini? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. "Fill my cup with a Screaming Viking," says a tall American man in a plaid shirt. "Nice bar you've got there, by the way. I own one myself. I'm Sam Malone." He reaches over and shakes your hand. Which sitcom is he from? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. "Fill my cup with a Cosmopolitan," says a very stylish woman in a New York accent. "And three more for my friends here." You wonder if they're some kind of hen party - one of them in particular, whose name is apparently Samantha is attracting a lot of attention from male customers. Which book-turned-TV series do this quartet come from?

Answer: (Four Words)
Question 8 of 10
8. "Fill my cup with ginger beer," says a teenage boy, with another boy, two girls and a dog in tow. You wonder what these kids are even doing in a bar - they all look a bit young. At least ginger beer isn't actually alcoholic, though. You fill a dish of water for the dog, and you vaguely recall that they all appeared in a series by the children's author Enid Blyton, but which one? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. "Fill my cup with a nice Chianti," says a very creepy man. He goes on to tell you in detail about his love of cooking, and mentions that Chianti goes very well with liver. You start to wonder just what kind of liver he's talking about. Which fictional serial killer is this? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. "Fill my cup with an Appletini," says a young doctor, who must be on some kind of works night out, given that he and his mates are all wearing surgical gear. The other doctors are laughing at him. Can you guess which medical comedy series they come from? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Fill my cup with Butterbeer," says a ginger-haired teenage wizard. It's a good thing Butterbeer has such a low alcohol content, because you suspect he and his friends look underage. Which magical book and film series do they come from?

Answer: Harry Potter

The ginger wizard is, of course, Ron Weasley, and he and his fellow wizards will often have a drink or two of Butterbeer when visiting the village of Hogsmeade. Described as tasting like butterscotch, albeit less sickly, Butterbeer is served both hot and cold, in various pubs in the Potterverse such as the Leaky Cauldron in Diagon Alley, or the Three Broomsticks and the Hog's Head in Hogsmeade. House elves have been known to get drunk on it.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter serves Butterbeer; the real-life version is not alcoholic, and has a taste similar to cream soda. On 12th December 2012, the theme park gave away free glasses to celebrate the milestone of over 5 million glasses of Butterbeer being sold.
2. "Fill my cup with a White Russian, man," says a big hairy man in a bowling shirt. You hear his friends address him as 'the Dude'. This drink shouldn't be too hard to make, as long as you abide by the recipe. Which film does the White Russian-loving Dude come from?

Answer: The Big Lebowski

'The Big Lebowski' is a 1998 film directed by the Coen brothers, starring Jeff Bridges as Jeffrey 'the Dude' Lebowski, a middle-aged slacker and bowling enthusiast who ends up being sucked into a kidnapping affair after being mistaken for another Jeffrey Lebowski. This Jeffrey Lebowski happens to be a millionaire, and the Dude finds himself having to deliver the ransom for Lebowski's wife Bunny after she is kidnapped.

Themed parties often have White Russians on the menu. They are made with cream (or milk as a lighter alternative), vodka and a coffee liqueur such as Kahlúa or Tia Maria. Several varieties exist, such as the Dirty Russian (which uses chocolate milk instead of cream), the Blind Russian (which uses Bailey's Irish Cream instead of cream), and the Anna Kournikova (which uses skim milk instead of cream).
3. "Fill my cup with Duff," says a fat yellow man with very little hair. "It's my favourite beer. Mmm...beer..." He starts drooling. In which animated series is Duff the beer of choice?

Answer: The Simpsons

The Duff drinker is Homer Simpson, the patriarch of the Simpson family and a regular at Moe's Tavern. Duff is so popular in the 'Simpsons' world that it even has its own theme park, complete with a Small World-inspired ride featuring a river of Duff (into which Lisa once fell by accident, and got very drunk). While several real life brands called 'Duff' exist, 'Simpsons' creator Matt Groening does not want to licence the Duff trademark in case it encourages children to drink.

On the subject of drinks and 'The Simpsons', one episode centres around bartender Moe Szyslak claiming to have invented the 'Flaming Moe', a cocktail made up of various spirits, although it was actually Homer's idea. Homer gets his revenge by announcing to prospective buyers that the secret ingredient is Krusty the Clown's own brand cough syrup.
4. "Fill my cup with a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster," says a two-headed alien. "And give me a bottle of that Ol' Janx Spirit while you're at it." You know this is going to be a hard task, as the ingredients for a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster are literally out of this world. In which science fiction series would you find this extremely potent drink?

Answer: The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy

The two-headed alien is Zaphod Beeblebrox, President of the Galaxy, pilot of the Heart of Gold and party animal. According to the 'Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy' entry, the effect of the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster is like 'having your brains smashed in by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick'. Its ingredients are a bottle of Janx Spirit, a measure of water from the seas of Santraginus V, four litres of Fallian marsh gas, a measure of Qualactin Hypermint extract, the tooth of an Algolian Suntiger, a sprinkling of Zamphuor, and an olive.

Janx Spirit is legendary across the universe for its potency, and the subject of an ancient Orion mining song. The more you drink, the more it lowers your telepsychic power. Ford Prefect, one of the protagonists in the series, often played drinking games involving a bottle of Janx Spirit.
5. "Fill my cup with a vodka martini," says a rather suave-looking man in a tuxedo, with a beautiful woman on his arm. You recognise him as the famous secret agent, James Bond, and remember that he's very specific about how he likes his martini. How does Bond take his martini?

Answer: Shaken, not stirred

Ian Fleming's fictional secret agent liked his martinis, the first mention being in 'Dr No', where Bond orders a martini 'shaken, and not stirred'. At least, in the book - in the film version, Dr No offers Bond the drink instead, and it's the film version of 'Goldfinger' where Sean Connery's Bond states his drink preference.

In 'Casino Royale', Bond goes into more detail about how he likes his vodka martini. It contains three measures of Gordon's gin, one measure of vodka, and half a measure of Kina Lillet, a French wine-based aperitif containing quinine, is served in a deep champagne goblet, and garnished with a large slice of lemon peel. Sometimes, he drinks a gin martini instead.
6. "Fill my cup with a Screaming Viking," says a tall American man in a plaid shirt. "Nice bar you've got there, by the way. I own one myself. I'm Sam Malone." He reaches over and shakes your hand. Which sitcom is he from?

Answer: Cheers

'Cheers' is an American sitcom set in a Boston bar, also called Cheers, owned by the bartender Sam Malone (Ted Danson). Other characters included cocktail waitresses Diane (Shelley Long) and Carla (Rhea Perlman), Sam's fellow bartender Coach Ernie Pantusso (Nicholas Colasanto), and regular customers Norm (George Wendt) and Cliff (John Ratzenberger). Diane and Sam were in an on-off relationship. Another love interest of Diane's, the psychiatrist Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer), later had his own spin-off, 'Frasier'.

The Screaming Viking first appeared on the episode 'Home is the Sailor'. One recipe book describes it as being made up of orange-infused rum, dark rum, amaretto, and cranberry and pineapple juice. It later became a real-life cocktail, served at Cheers Beacon Hill, the pub on which the fictional Cheers was based (and which served as its exterior). Another recipe features vodka, dry vermouth, lime juice, a stick of celery and a cucumber spear as garnish.
7. "Fill my cup with a Cosmopolitan," says a very stylish woman in a New York accent. "And three more for my friends here." You wonder if they're some kind of hen party - one of them in particular, whose name is apparently Samantha is attracting a lot of attention from male customers. Which book-turned-TV series do this quartet come from?

Answer: sex and the city

Our four Cosmopolitan drinkers are Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte York (Kristin Davis), Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall) and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon). Carrie is a writer, known for her eccentric dress sense; Sam, the oldest and most sexually adventurous of the group, owns a PR company; Charlotte is an art dealer who converts to Judaism; and Miranda is a lawyer. The original book was written by Candace Bushnell. There have also been two 'Sex and the City' films.

'Sex and the City' made Cosmopolitans, Carrie's cocktail of choice, increasingly popular in the '90s. The official IBA recipe contains vodka citron (lemon vodka), triple sec, cranberry juice and lime juice. It is traditionally served in a cocktail glass.
8. "Fill my cup with ginger beer," says a teenage boy, with another boy, two girls and a dog in tow. You wonder what these kids are even doing in a bar - they all look a bit young. At least ginger beer isn't actually alcoholic, though. You fill a dish of water for the dog, and you vaguely recall that they all appeared in a series by the children's author Enid Blyton, but which one?

Answer: The Famous Five

The Famous Five are Julian, Dick, Anne, George and her dog Timmy. Dick, Julian and Anne are siblings, and George is their cousin, who lives with their Aunt Fanny and Uncle Quentin on the fictional Kirrin Island. The Five often have adventures there, and end up being involved in mysteries, usually involving smugglers, spies or treasure of some kind. Julian is the leader and the oldest, Dick takes more of a sidekick role, George is the tomboy, and Anne is the baby and the most feminine one, who often does the cooking when the Five go camping.

Despite the phrase 'lashings of ginger beer' being associated with the Famous Five, it never actually appears in the books, though the human members of the Famous Five do still drink a lot of ginger beer nevertheless. It actually comes from a parody, 'Five Go Mad in Dorset', featuring members of the Comic Strip.
9. "Fill my cup with a nice Chianti," says a very creepy man. He goes on to tell you in detail about his love of cooking, and mentions that Chianti goes very well with liver. You start to wonder just what kind of liver he's talking about. Which fictional serial killer is this?

Answer: Hannibal Lecter

The man-eating forensic psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter was created by Thomas Harris, and appears in 'Red Dragon', 'The Silence of the Lambs', 'Hannibal' and 'Hannibal Rising'. The most well-known on-screen portrayals of Lecter are Anthony Hopkins in the film of 'The Silence of the Lambs', and Mads Mikkelsen in the TV series 'Hannibal'. The question refers to one of Lecter's lines to Clarice Starling in 'The Silence of the Lambs': "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some Fava beans and a nice Chianti."

Chianti is a name for any type of wine originating from Chianti in Tuscany, Italy. Traditionally, it is contained in a fat bottle wrapped in a straw basket, known as a 'fiasco'.
10. "Fill my cup with an Appletini," says a young doctor, who must be on some kind of works night out, given that he and his mates are all wearing surgical gear. The other doctors are laughing at him. Can you guess which medical comedy series they come from?

Answer: Scrubs

The doctor in question is John 'JD' Dorian (Zach Braff), a medical intern and later attending physician at the fictional Sacred Heart Hospital and the main character and narrator of the first eight seasons, before medical student Lucy Bennett (Kerry Bishé) took over the role of narrator in the ninth season. The series ran from 2001 to 2010, for nine seasons. Other characters included JD's fellow intern and later, wife Elliot Reid (Sarah Chalke), surgeon Christopher Turk (Donald Faison), nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes), and senior doctors Perry Cox (John C McGinley) and Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins), and the evil Janitor (Neil Flynn).

The Appletini is JD's drink of choice, and he likes it 'easy on the 'tini'. It is a cocktail consisting of vodka and an apple drink - either apple juice, or an apple liqueur, cider or brandy.
Source: Author Kankurette

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