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Darts - It is, however, possible to score 180 in a single round if you throw all three darts in the triple 20. That's called a ton.In what game do you start with a score of 301 or 501, and hope you end up with exactly zero?

       a. Bridge
       b. Darts
       c. Horseshoes
       d. Golf

Desperate Housewives - It is in the Eagle State, whatever that is.Created by Marc Cherry, what TV show followed all the goings-on happening in Wisteria Lane in the town of Fairview?

       a. Everybody Loves Raymond
       b. Malcolm in the Middle
       c. Desperate Housewives
       d. Arrested Development

John Ford - Found in Arizona and Utah, it is sometimes called Ford Valley.What director loved making movies in Utah's Monument Valley, including such classics as "Stagecoach", "My Darling Clementine" and "The Searchers"?

       a. Sergio Leone
       b. John Ford
       c. Sam Peckinpah
       d. John Sturges

Bobby Darin - Bobby Darin supposedly took his stage name from a malfunctioning neon sign that advertised DARIN DUCK instead of MANDARIN DUCK.The film "Beyond the Sea" starred Kevin Spacey as which idol of his?

       a. Bobby Darin
       b. Alfred Kinsey
       c. James M Barrie
       d. Howard Hughes

Orange County - Hence, 'The OC'. Ryan was played by Benjamin McKenzie.Although the TV series was actually filmed in Hermosa Beach, it followed troubled teen Ryan Atwood, who moved to Newport Beach in what county?

       a. Orange County
       b. Hazzard County
       c. Mayberry County
       d. Briscoe County

By the Power of Grayskull! - Almost nobody knows that Adam is He-Man, even though the only difference between them is that He-Man has a deeper tan.When Prince Adam of Eternia holds up his Power Sword, what does he say to become He-Man?

       a. By the Power of Grayskull!
       b. By Grabthar's hammer
       c. Flame on!
       d. It's clobbering time

Richard Nixon - Frank Langella also played him, in Frost/Nixon.Anthony Hopkins did a serious take on this president, whereas Dan Hedaya played it for laughs. Who?

       a. George Washington
       b. Richard Nixon
       c. Bill Clinton
       d. Abraham Lincoln

Best Writing - The largely improvised real-time sequel to Before Sunrise was sewn together as long takes by Richard Linklater.Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, Richard Linklater and Kim Krizan were all nominated for an Oscar for "Before Sunset". In what category?

       a. Best Motion Picture
       b. Best Writing
       c. Best Cinematography
       d. Best Music

Marven Gardens - The game calls it Marvin Gardens.In 1995, Parker Brothers formally apologized to the residents in the distict of what Margate City, New Jersey, the name of which is misspelled in Monopoly?

       a. Marven Gardens
       b. Mediteranean Avenue
       c. Ilinois Avenue
       d. Parke Place

The Lumberjack - I cut down trees, I skip and jump, I like to press wild flowers, I put on women's clothing, and hang around in bars!What Monty Python character sings, "I cut down trees, I wear high heels, suspendies and a bra, I wish I'd been a girlie just like my dear papa"?

       a. The Vicar
       b. The Lumberjack
       c. The General
       d. The Executive

Sting - Incidentally, a bilbo is a finely tempered sword, or at least it was. The word is archaic now.What was the name of the sword that Bilbo gave Frodo?

       a. Stormbringer
       b. Excalibur
       c. Sting
       d. Galatine

Hula Hoop - Wham-O heads Arthur ‘Spud' Melin and Richard Knerr may well be the kings of fads.In 1958, Wham-O sold 25 million units of a fad product in just four months, all thanks to an idea it got from Australian gym classes. What is it?

       a. Hacky Sack
       b. Frisbee
       c. Hula Hoop
       d. Superball

Aunt Jemima - Aunt Jemima was created in 1889 by Chris Rutt and named for a minstrel song.What ad icon was first portrayed by Nancy Green, a court clerk and former slave, at the Chicago World's Exposition of 1893?

       a. Betty Crocker
       b. Aunt Jemima
       c. Mrs Butterworth
       d. Sun Maid

Bill Gates - He vehemently denies saying this.Who is quoted as saying, in 1981, "640K ought to be good enough for anybody"?

       a. Bill Gates
       b. Steve Wozniak
       c. Steve Jobs
       d. Mike Rowe-Soft

Tommy Hilfiger - In the 1980s, he started selling preppy gear.In March 1994, what middle-aged designer became cool when Snoop Doggy Dogg wore one of his red-and-white-and-blue rugby shirts on Saturday Night Live?

       a. Tommy Hilfiger
       b. Calvin Klein
       c. Oscar de la Renta
       d. Oscar de la Hoya

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