Pop Culture Trivia Questions #53Free Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
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Released in September of 1988, which man did Ozzy Osbourne ridicule with the song lyrics "Today I saw a miracle man on TV crying, such a hypocritical man, born again, dying"?
a. Jimmy Swaggart
b. Billy Graham
c. Jerry Falwell
d. Jim Bakker
Jimmy Swaggart - From the song Miracle man found on the album 'No Rest for The Wicked'.
When Smarties were originally brought to market in 1937, there was a light-brown Smartie. This was replaced by what color in 1988?
Blue - Smarties were initially manufactured in the United Kingdom.
As of 2014, which television show has received the most Emmys for a comedy series at 37?
c. All in the Family
d. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Frasier - Frasier aired for eleven seasons from 1993 to 2004.
Using 780 gallons of red dye, what did Danish artist Marco Evaristti paint with 20 helpers in 2004?
a. Apartment building
c. One mile of a road
d. Block of houses
Iceberg - Born in 1963, Marco Evaristti currently lives in Denmark.
Which rocker recorded the rap tune "2 Much 2 Drink" under the name of Dee Dee King?
a. Johnny Ramone
b. Joey Ramone
c. Dee Dee Ramone
d. Marky Ramone
Dee Dee Ramone - Dee Dee was a songwriter and bassist for punk rock band the Ramones.
Who joined with Neil Young and Willie Nelson to organize the first Farm Aid on September 22, 1985?
a. Tom Petty
b. John Hiatt
c. John Mellencamp
d. Bob Dylan
John Mellencamp - Performers at the event included Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, B.B. King and Roy Orbison.
Who followed up her 2001 teary role in "Moulin Rouge!" with a spooky one in "The Others"?
a. Sharon Stone
b. Julia Roberts
c. Sandra Bullock
d. Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman - Nicole's breakthrough film role was in the 1989 thriller 'Dead Calm'.
If you were doing home repairs, which item might you hire the Mario Brothers to fix?
Toilet - Making their appearance in 1983, the Mario Brothers are plumbers.
Founded in 1953, which hamburger chain proudly claims to be home to the Whopper?
b. Burger Baron
c. Wild Willy's
d. Burger King
Burger King - As of 2014, Burger King has over 13,000 outlets in 79 countries.
Which game show host recently set the Guinness World Record for "Most Game Show Episodes Hosted"?
a. Bob Barker
b. Pat Sajak
c. Chuck Woolery
d. Alex Trebek
Alex Trebek - Alex has hosted the game show Jeopardy! since 1984.
Which historic theater celebrated its 80th anniversary with a star-studded gala in June of 2014?
a. Lunt-Fontanne Theater
b. The Broadway Theater
c. Apollo Theater
d. Imperial Theater
Apollo Theater - Located in New York City, the Apollo opened in 1934.
Based on the British series Pop Idol, who was the first male to win American Idol?
a. Kris Allen
b. Taylor Hicks
c. David Cook
d. Ruben Studdard
Ruben Studdard - American Idol was created by Simon Fuller.
Who asked "What If God Was One of Us" in her 1995 song "One of Us"?
a. Joan Osborne
b. Sheryl Crow
c. Alanis Morissette
d. Suzanne Vega
Joan Osborne - The song was used as the theme song for the television series 'Joan of Arcadia'.
Who was the first wrestler inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1993?
a. Randy Savage
b. Stone Cold Steve Austin
c. Andre the Giant
d. Hulk Hogan
Andre the Giant - As of 2014, there have been a total of 120 inductees.
How many brothers are there in the Osmond family?
Eight - Marie is the only girl in the family.
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