The 2000s Virtual Quiz

Test your knowledge on all that was great and horrible about the first decade of the millennium.
Stephen Heard
Published on May 13, 2020


The first decade of the millennium was absolutely bonkers. Facebook took flight, BP caused a disastrous ocean oil spill, Barack Obama took office in The White House, Google launched self-driving cars and Mean Girls hit the big screen.

The capital's quiz night maestros Gee Quiz will celebrate all that was great and horrible about the noughties this month with an evening of online trivia. The virtual quiz will tick off 2000s nostalgia, with participants linking in through Zoom and answering questions via an online portal. In true Gee Quiz fashion, there will be five rounds of big screen trivia, an alphabetical round and the Last Millennial Standing.

The first place team will win a care package including a 2000s version of 'Trivial Pursuit' and Harry Potter merchandise. The event costs $20 per team of up to six members. Once booked, you will be sent the online answer sheets.


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