Stop, Rock, and Roll – Zoom Quiz with a 120 general knowledge questions.

Each Person starts the quiz with 10 Points.

Players take it in turn to answer a quiz question worth 1 point. If they get the question wrong or pass, the point is added to the end of game question bonus pot.

After each go players get a chance to ‘Stop’, ‘Rock’ or ‘Roll’

Stop – the game passes to the next person

Rock – the person answering the question nominates another player and plays a round of rock, paper, scissors. The winner collects the other person’s points total.

Roll the Dice

Roll a 1: You’re asked a second question after which the game moves to the next player
Roll a 2: You double your score for the previous question
Roll a 3: 3 Bonus Points are added to the end of game final question pot
Roll a 4: The person next in line has the chance to win 4 bonus points (making a total of 5pts on offer) on their next question.
Roll a 5: Nominate another player to receive 5 free bonus points
Roll a 6: 6 Bonus points are added to your total whether you answered the question right or not.

End of game Question (5pts on offer + total from ‘Roll’ bonus):  To the nearest number – as of the 18th of April how many episodes of The Simpsons have aired? (703 episodes).


  • What sort of creature is a dingo? (A wild dog)
  • In which country is the Taj Mahal? (India)
  • Who was the first man to walk on the moon? (Neil Armstrong)
  • What are the names of Harry Potter’s parents? (James and Lily)
  • What are the four oceans called? (Arctic, Atlantic, Indian and Pacific)
  • Which language is spoken in Australia? (English)
  • What is the name of the tree that produces acorns? (Oak)
  • What is a baby kangaroo called? (Joey)
  • How many sides does a hexagon have? (Six)
  • How many strings does a violin have? (Four)
  • What is the highest mountain in Great Britain? (Ben Nevis)
  • What is the capital of New Zealand? (Wellington)
  • Which fairy tale character slept for 100 years? (Sleeping Beauty)
  • The Great Barrier Reef is located in which country? (Australia)
  • In the nursery rhyme, who ‘kissed the girls and made them cry’? (Georgie Porgie)
  • What sort of animal is the video game character Sonic? (Hedgehog)
  • In which forest do Robin Hood and his Merry Men live? (Sherwood Forest)
  • Helsinki is the capital city of which country? (Finland)
  • How many pockets does a snooker table have? (Six)
  • On which continent is India located? (Asia)
  • What is the name given to an animal that only eats plants? (Herbivore)
  • In which year did the Second World War end? (1945)
  • What is Dr Who’s time machine called? (TARDIS)
  • What is the name of the organ that pumps blood around the body? (Heart)
  • What two colours make up the flag of Spain? (Red and Yellow)
  • How many hours are there in two days? (48)
  • In “The Jungle Book”, what kind of animal is Baloo? (Bear)
  • What is the name of the tree that produces conkers? (Horse Chestnut)
  • What kind of food is pawpaw? (Fruit)
  • What is a baby goat called? (Kid)
  • What colour are sapphires? (Blue)
  • What is the coloured part of the eye that surrounds the pupil? (Iris)
  • In which country are the Pyramids of Giza? (Egypt)
  • How many teeth should an adult have including their wisdom teeth? (32)
  • What are the three primary colours? (Blue, Red and Yellow)
  • What are the two longest rivers in the world? (Amazon and the Nile)
  • Of which country is Brusells the capital? (Belgium)
  • What is a group of kangaroos called? (Mob)
  • Which famous building did Guy Fawkes try to blow up? (Houses of Parliament)
  • What is the smallest ocean in the world? (Arctic)
  • How many years are there in a millennium? (1000)
  • What is the name of Harry Potter’s pet owl? (Hedwig)
  • What is the largest planet in the solar system? (Jupiter)
  • What is the name of the mammoth in the Ice Age films? (Manny)
  • Which artist painted the Mona Lisa? (Leonardo da Vinci)
  • What is the official residence of the President of the United States? (The White House)
  • How many days are there in June? (30 days)
  • What is the name of the Snowman in the film “Frozen”? (Olaf)
  • What colour is the centre of the target in archery? (Gold)
  • What is a female swan called? (Pen)
  • What instrument does a doctor use to learn if a person has a fever? (Thermometer)
  • What does a botanist study? (Plants)
  • What is the person who carriers a golfer’s bag of clubs called? (Caddy)
  • In the movie “The Lion King”, what kind of animal is Timon? (Meerkat)
  • What is the third planet from the sun? (Earth)
  • Which of the seven dwarfs was beardless? (Dopey)
  • In which country did Joan of Arc lead an army? (France)
  • What does a carnivore eat? (Meat)
  • Which ocean is frozen for most of the year? (Arctic)
  • What is the centre of a hurricane called? (Eye)
  • In which sport was Muhammad Ali a world champion? (Boxing)
  • What is the name of the lion in “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe”? (Aslan)
  • In which country is the Sphinx located? (Egypt)
  • Which chess piece can only move diagonally? (Bishop)
  • What colour belt are martial arts experts entitled to wear? (Black)
  • In the film “Stuart Little”, what kind of animal is Stuart? (Mouse)
  • What kind of creature is a Komodo dragon? (Lizard)
  • What name is given to someone who studies the stars? (Astronomer)
  • What is the name of the invisible line that runs around the middle of the Earth? (Equator)
  • Which word can go before ache, brush and paste to make three other words? (Tooth)
  • What magical item does Aladin use to fly on? (Carpet)
  • Of what African country was Nelson Mandela president? (South Africa
  • What are the colours of the five Olympic rings? (Blue, black, green, red, and yellow)
  • What do tadpoles turn into? (Frogs)
  • Which is the largest ocean in the world? (Pacific)
  • In which Australian city is the Opera House? (Sydney)
  • What is the name of the plumber who features in several video games? (Mario)
  • What is the largest country in Scandinavia? (Sweden)
  • What is the name of Peter Pan’s pirate enemy? (Captain Hook)
  • Which planet is closest to the sun? (Mercury)
  • Which planet has a ring of rocks and ice? (Saturn)
  • On which continent is the South Pole? (Antarctica)
  • What term is used in tennis for 40-40? (Deuce)
  • Can an ostrich fly? (No)
  • What is the fiery liquid that flows from a volcano? (Lava)
  • In the nursery rhyme who lost her sheep? (Little Bo Peep)
  • What is the name of the nanny played by Emma Thompson on film? (Nanny McPhee)
  • How many planets are there in the Solar System? (8)
  • What type of animal is Bullseye in the “Toy Story” films? (Horse)
  • What colour is a giraffe’s tongue? (Blue)
  • On which continent is the country of Brazil? (South America
  • What is a baby seal called? (Pup)
  • What is the name of the main fairy in “Peter Pan”? (Tinkerbell)
  • In “Finding Nemo”, what is Nemo’s dad called? (Marlin)
  • What is the name of the hero in “The Lion King”? (Simba)
  • What type of animal is a Labrador? (Dog)
  • Buenos Aires is the capital city of which country? (Argentina)
  • What type of bird is a pintail? (Duck)
  • What is the longest snake in the world? (Python)
  • Which sport is played with a shuttlecock? (Badminton)