Pop Culture Trivia Questions XVIFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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Inspiring the Stella Awards, Stella Liebeck sued what corporation
when its 180-degree coffee left her with third-degree burns over 6% of her body?
In 2004, who released "Citizen of the Planet", their first new song
in more than three decades?
This company's English slogan, "Where do you want to go today?"
became, in Japanese, "If you don't know where you want to go, we'll make sure you get taken there." What
company is this?
In addition to being a major sponsor of the Atlanta Olympics, what
company had also been the first-ever Olympic sponsor at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics?
On the grounds that she'd acted under an irresistible impulse, who
was found not guilty of her June 23, 1993, crime?
When Chicago's Dion Coleman killed Walter Holly in a fight over a
forged $50 bill, what celebrity ended up on the jury?
Sure, you didn't shoot the deputy. But still, you shot the sheriff,
dude. Whom did Bob Marley shoot (and did Eric Clapton shoot again)?
After the Fall, the story of a singer named Maggie, is Arthur
Miller's play based on his marriage to what screen legend?
This magazine was spun off from Time and, in turn, In Style was
spun off from it in 1994. What is it?
Despite having sung, "Keep the Fire Burning", what band was named
for a fire truck?
Modeled on JP Morgan, Uncle Pennybags was renamed by Hasbro in 2000
for the game in which he appears. Who is he now?
Who used a golden cap to control her army of flying monkeys?
What TV show introduced Cousin Oliver in its last six episodes?
What actor, who replaced Farrah Fawcett-Majors on Charlie's Angels,
wore a t-shirt on her first day on the set that said "Farrah Fawcett Minor"?
Who acquired "lifelike hair" in 1970 and a kung fu grip in
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