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“Tenable” All Stars Episode 3 questions and answers [The Party Animals]

Here are the questions and answers from the third “All Stars” edition of ITV quiz show “Tenable” ,repeated in December 2019. Team name: The Party Animals, captained by John Sargent. I finally got around to watching it today, Thursday 26 August 2021.

It was listed as S3Ep63 on my multi-channel box. The format here is the same as other pieces about “Tenable” on this Blog: a list of the challenges, a note on how the team fared, and then the answers.

The Questions

The Party Animals [S3Ep63]

Round 1: The first 10 five-letter words that end with the letters ‘OCK’ [According to the Premium version of Oxforddictionaries.com as of 12 June 2018.]

Edwina Currie playing for Blythe House Hospice

Round 2: The 10 ‘Star Wars’ feature films [As of 1 June 2018, the 8 numbered films plus the 2 so-called “anthology” films that include the subtitles “A Star Wars Story”.]

Lembit Opik playing for Spaceguard UK, raising awareness of the threat of Earth being hit by an asteroid

Round 3: The first 10 dances in ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ [The first 10 competition dances on the show since it began in 2004: 9 different dances in Series 1 & 2 and a new dance was introduced in Series 3.]

Ann Widdecombe playing for Buttercups Goat Sanctuary

Round 4: Top 10 Spanish La Liga teams at the end of the 2017/18 season

George Galloway playing for St Vincent de Paul. [Warwick asks him “What’s the secret to tricking the public into liking you?”]

Round 5 (The Captain’s Round): Top 10 coffee producing countries of the Americas in 2017 [Countries in South, Central and North America that export coffee; based on information released in April 2018 by the International Coffee Organization.]

John Sargent playing for Samaritans

Final Round: Prime Ministers: The first 10 UK prime ministers alphabetically since 1900 [Based on the surnames they used when they were in office, up to and including the person in post in June 2018.]

How the team fared

The Party Animals

All 5 members of The Party Animals made it to the final round and won 10.5k by naming the first 10 UK prime ministers alphabetically since 1900.

Questions and Answers

The Party Animals [S3Ep63]

Round 1: The first 10 five-letter words that end with the letters ‘OCK’ [According to the Premium version of Oxforddictionaries.com as of 12 June 2018.]

Acock / Block / Brock / Chock / Clock / Crock / Flock / Frock / Knock / Plock

Round 2: The 10 ‘Star Wars’ feature films [As of 1 June 2018, the 8 numbered films plus the 2 so-called “anthology” films that include the subtitles “A Star Wars Story”.]

Episode I: The Phantom Menace / Episode II: Attack of the Clones / Episode III: Revenge of the Sith / Episode IV: A New Hope / Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back / Episode VI: Return of the Jedi / Episode VII: The Force Awakens / Episode VIII: The Last Jedi / Rogue One: A Star Wars Story / Solo: A Star Wars Story

Round 3: The first 10 dances in ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ [The first 10 competition dances on the show since it began in 2004: 9 different dances in Series 1 & 2 and a new dance was introduced in Series 3.]

Cha Cha / Waltz / Quickstep / Rumba / Jive / Tango / Paso Doble / Foxtrot / Samba / Viennese Waltz

Round 4: Top 10 Spanish La Liga teams at the end of the 2017/18 season

Barcelona / Atletico Madrid / Real Madrid / Valencia / Villarreal / Real Betis / Sevilla / Getafe / Elbar / Girona

Round 5 (The Captain’s Round): Top 10 coffee producing countries of the Americas in 2017 [Countries in South, Central and North America that export coffee; based on information released in April 2018 by the International Coffee Organization.]

Brazil / Columbia / Honduras / Peru / Mexico / Guatemala / Costa Rica / Nicaragua / El Salvador / Ecuador

Final Round: Prime Ministers: The first 10 UK prime ministers alphabetically since 1900 [Based on the surnames they used when they were in office, up to and including the person in post in June 2018.]

Herbert Asquith / Clement Attlee / Stanley Baldwin / Arthur James Balfour / Tony Blair / Gordon Brown / James Callaghan / David Cameron / Henry Campbell Bannerman / Neville Chamberlain

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