Five avid pub quizzers tour the country in a camper van taking part in a different pub quiz each night. But, there's a twist - only one member of the team will take the prize money at the end of the week.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Quiz Trippers - Timeline of 1960s counterculture - Netflix
The following is a chronological capsule history of 1960s counterculture. Influential events and milestones beginning decades ahead of the 1960s are included for context relevant to the subject period of the early 1960s through the mid 1970s.
Quiz Trippers - 1953 - Netflix
April 13: Project MKULTRA, the CIA's behavior control research program which grew to include testing LSD on both volunteer and unsuspecting subjects into the 1960s, commences. May 4: The “doors of perception” open for author Aldous Huxley as he takes mescaline for the first time. Humphrey Osmond guides the trip, and later correspondence between the two produces the term psychedelic. June 19: Julius & Ethel Rosenberg are executed at Sing Sing Prison, NY, after conviction on espionage charges for their role in the communist spy ring which gave the USSR the atomic bomb and thereby initiated the nuclear arms race. August 15–19: The democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran is overthrown by intelligence operatives of the UK and US. The Shah of Iran is reinstalled as absolute monarch. The success of the operation begins a pattern of CIA-fomented coups and assassinations in the global fight against expansion of the political, economic, and military interests of the USSR, ultimately culminating in the fiasco of US combat involvement in Vietnam. December: Marilyn Monroe centerfold: the first issue of Playboy appears. Publisher Hugh Hefner becomes an early player in the coming Sexual Revolution.
Quiz Trippers - References - Netflix