Kathie Lee & Hoda: Who Knew? Famous Homes & White House Trivia


Who Knew? Famous Homes Trivia

Kathie Lee & Hoda played a round of Who Knew? trivia, and the theme was famous houses in television, music, and movies. As usual, Kathie Lee was across the street with Today Show fans, while Hoda was in studio. She was joined by Kevin O’Connor, host of This Old House and Ask This Old House.

Kathie Lee & Hoda: Who Knew? Famous Homes & White House Trivia

Kathie Lee & Hoda played Who Knew? trivia featuring the theme of famous homes in TV, music, and movies.


Fans who answered correctly won a gift card, while those who answered incorrectly “won” Kathie Lee’s CD. How many can you guess correctly?

Q: Identify the famous home in the video at the end of the page.

A: The Brady Bunch home. The real house is a split-level ranch built in 1959 with only 2 bedrooms. With a little Hollywood magic, it became the home of America’s grooviest  blended family.

Q: The White House is one of the most well-known homes in the U.S. How many bathrooms are in the house?

  • A) 1
  • B) 15
  • C) 35
  • D) 75

A: 35 bathrooms. There are over 130 rooms in total at the White House, which didn’t even have indoor plumbing until 1833!


Q: Renovating which room in your house would give you the biggest return on your investment?

  • A) Family Room
  • B) Kitchen
  • C) Bathroom
  • D) Laundry Room

A: The kitchen. It’s the room that most people notice first when looking at your home, and will give you the most bang for your renovation buck.

Q: The Home Alone house was located in a suburb of which city?

  • A) New York
  • B) Chicago
  • C) St. Louis
  • D) Detroit

A: Chicago. The real house is over 4,000 square feet and sold last year for $1.6 million.

Q: Finish the lyrics to this song made popular by the group Madness:

A: The 1982 hit “Our House.”


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