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“Tenable” questions, Monday 10 October 2022 [Series 6 Episode 15]

A new series of ITV quiz show “Tenable” began last month. Here are the questions and answers for Monday 10 October 2022, Series 6 Episode 15 (S6Ep15).

As with Series 5 last year, I am posting one piece for each episode containing the following: the questions, how the team fared and the answers.

The Questions

Monday 10 October 2022

[S6Ep15] Team name: Stoked to Be Here

Round 1: The last 10 four-letter words that begin with the letters ‘FU’ [As listed in Chambers 21st century dictionary on chambers.co.uk; each word has its own entry and appears in blue on the website; does not include hyphenated words, words with apostrophes, or any word that the dictionary spells with an initial capital letter; as of 19 January 2022.]

Round 2: 10 last names of ‘Star Wars’ characters by first name [“The ‘Tenable’ Tower will …” show the first names of 10 characters from films in the ‘Star Wars’ franchise; we are looking for the corresponding last names.]

The clues: Jar Jar / Lando / Poe / Boba / Qui-Gon / Obi-Wan / Leia / Kylo / Han / Mace

Round 3: The first 10 winners of ‘The X Factor’

Round 4: 10 originating countries of traditional savoury dishes [“The ‘Tenable’ Tower will …” show the names of 10 savoury dishes; match them to the corresponding modern day country that each dish is associated with.]

The clues: Ratatouille / Currywurst / Goulash / Colcannon / Risotto / Blini / Paella / Raclette / Doner kebab / Banh pho

Round 5 (The Captain’s Round): The 10 Premier League and Championship home grounds nearest Manchester City [According to Google Maps, as the crow flies.]

Final Round: Shakespeare Plays: The 10 Shakespeare comedies or tragedies ending in the letters ‘E’ or ‘T’ [According to the categories and titles as they appear on the RSC website.]

How the team fared

Monday 10 October 2022, S6Ep15, Stoked to Be Here

4 members of Stoked to Be Here made it to the final round and won 30k by naming all of the 10 Shakespeare comedies or tragedies ending in the letters ‘E’ or ‘T’.

Questions and Answers

Monday 10 October 2022

[S6Ep15] Team name: Stoked to Be Here

Round 1: The last 10 four-letter words that begin with the letters ‘FU’ [As listed in Chambers 21st century dictionary on chambers.co.uk; each word has its own entry and appears in blue on the website; does not include hyphenated words, words with apostrophes, or any word that the dictionary spells with an initial capital letter; as of 19 January 2022.]

Fuel / Full / Fume / Fund / Funk / Furl / Fury / Fuse / Fuss / Fuzz

Round 2: 10 last names of ‘Star Wars’ characters by first name [“The ‘Tenable’ Tower will …” show the first names of 10 characters from films in the ‘Star Wars’ franchise; we are looking for the corresponding last names.]

The clues: Jar Jar / Lando / Poe / Boba / Qui-Gon / Obi-Wan / Leia / Kylo / Han / Mace

The answers: Binks / Calrissian / Dameron / Fett / Jinn / Kenobi / Organa / Ren / Solo / Windu

Round 3: The first 10 winners of ‘The X Factor’

Steve Brookstein / Shayne Ward / Leona Lewis / Leon Jackson / Alexandra Burke / Joe McElderry / Matt Cardle / Little Mix / James Arthur / Sam Bailey

Round 4: 10 originating countries of traditional savoury dishes [“The ‘Tenable’ Tower will …” show the names of 10 savoury dishes; match them to the corresponding modern day country that each dish is associated with.]

The clues: Ratatouille / Currywurst / Goulash / Colcannon / Risotto / Blini / Paella / Raclette / Doner kebab / Banh pho

The answers: France / Germany / Hungary / Ireland / Italy / Russia / Spain / Switzerland / Turkey / Vietnam

Round 5 (The Captain’s Round): The 10 Premier League and Championship home grounds nearest Manchester City [According to Google Maps, as the crow flies.]

Manchester United / Blackburn Rovers / Burnley / Huddersfield Town / Preston North End / Barnsley / Sheffield United / Liverpool / Everton / Leeds United

Final Round: Shakespeare Plays: The 10 Shakespeare comedies or tragedies ending in the letters ‘E’ or ‘T’ [According to the categories and titles as they appear on the RSC website.]

As You Like It / Cymbeline / Hamlet / Love’s Labour’s Lost / Measure for Measure / Romeo and Juliet / The Merchant of Venice / The Tempest / The Winter’s Tale / Twelfth Night

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