Pop Culture Trivia Questions XXIIIFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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W*A*L*T*E*R, an unaired 1984 sequel to what show, involved Walter
O'Reilly becoming an Iowa policeman?
b. Hill Street Blues
d. Three's Company
The all-musical episode of what TV series featured Tony-winners
Rita Moreno and BD Wong?
a. Chicago Hope
c. Ally McBeal
d. Xena - Warrior Princess
On "The West Wing", who played Congressman Matthew Santos, the
former mayor of Houston and future president of the United States?
a. Jimmy Smits
b. Alan Alda
c. John Goodman
d. Martin Sheen
What superhero's adventures must DC publish every month, lest the
rights revert to the family of creator William Marston?
a. Wonder Woman
b. Iron Man
c. Captain America
What cartoon's lead characters once did a commercial for the show's
sponsor ... Winston Cigarettes?
a. The Flintstones
b. The Simpsons
c. The Addams Family
d. The Munsters
What director moved to Britain in the early 1960s to make Lolita
and never made another movie anywhere else?
a. Milos Forman
b. Robert Altman
c. Stanley Kubrick
d. Sam Peckinpah
What was he thinking? Who picked up a hooker named Divine Brown at
the northeast corner of Sunset Boulevard and Courtney Avenue in Hollywood, on June 27, 1995?
a. Hugh Grant
b. Eddie Murphy
c. Danny Bonaduce
d. Pee Wee Herman
Even excluding the radio version, there were a record 633 TV
episodes of what prime time series, which ran from 1955 to 1975?
b. The Ed Sullivan Show
d. The Twilight Zone
What TV show did a Very Special Episode about drugs, featuring Very
Special Guest Star Nancy Reagan?
a. Facts of Life
b. Diff'rent Strokes
c. Silver Spoon
Who was not one of the Fab 5 on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy but
was the lesbian on "Queer Eye for the Straight Girl"?
a. Carson Kressley, the Fashion Savant
b. Ted Allen, the Food & Wine Connoisseur
c. Honey Labrador, the Charm Champion
d. Thom Felicia, the Design Doctor
After Nancy Marchand died, her Livia character appeared in one more
episode, thanks to clever editing and the miracle of CGI. On what show?
a. The Sopranos
b. 8 Simple Rules
c. Night Court
Born Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, what Batman villain went
semi-legit as the operator of the Iceberg Lounge, a nightclub popular with the underworld?
a. The Penguin
b. Mr Freeze
c. The Riddler
d. The Mad Hatter
Bob Dylan won an Oscar for "Things Have Changed", which he
contributed to what 2000 movie?
a. Monster's Ball
b. American Beauty
c. Wonder Boys
d. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
After having been nominated unsuccessfully 14 times in previous
years, Randy Newman finally won an Oscar with "If I Didn't Have You", from what movie?
a. Toy Story 2
b. Meet the Parents
c. Monsters Inc
d. Babe: Pig in the City
What former Hotpoint elf originally wanted the character in her hit
TV series to be a divorcee until nervous network execs nixed the idea?
a. Diahann Carroll
b. Mary Tyler Moore
c. Linda Lavin
d. Sally Field
Charles Rocket was fired from Saturday Night Live for doing this
on-air in 1981. Jenny Slate was forgiven for doing it in 2009. What?
a. Said the f-word on-air
b. Improv'd to fix a terrible sketch
c. Criticized Lorne Michaels
d. Used cocaine before the show
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