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In a strange 1980s cartoon that lasted 30 episodes, what
fool-pithier helped the US gymnastics team solve mysteries?
a. Father T
b. Professor T
c. Mr T
d. Dr T
Mr T - Shortly after the show, he made a motivational video for kids called 'Be Somebody…or Be
Some say this cinematic day should be May 25, since it
celebrates a movie that premiered on that day in 1977. Others suggest May 4. What is it?
a. Jaws Day
b. Godfather Day
c. Blues Brothers Day
d. Star Wars Day
Star Wars Day - It was May 4, as in 'may the fourth/force be with you'.
What part of Paris Hilton's body is freakishly large?
a. Her feet
b. Her ears
c. Her breasts
d. Her heart valves
Her feet - They are size 11. She also has pigeon toes.
Robert Downey, Jr., was Iron Man. Robert Downey, Sr., wrote and
directed Putney Swope, about a black man who accidentally reaches what position?
a. Roman Catholic pope
b. President of the USA
c. King of England
d. Chair of an ad company
Chair of an ad company - He also wrote and directed the cult film Greaser's Palace, a parable/parody
Who personally dubs the French versions of her movies, although
she was too busy to do Silence of the Lambs?
a. Michelle Pfeiffer
b. Natalie Portman
c. Jodie Foster
d. Julianne Moore
Jodie Foster - She spent time in Paris as a child.
Who is the only one of the main Simpsons voice actors to
provide no other voices for major recurring characters?
a. Julie Kavner
b. Nancy Cartwright
c. Dan Castellaneta
d. Yeardley Smith
Yeardley Smith - She voices Lisa.
What pianist learned the cello for her role as June Boatwright
in "The Secret Life of Bees"?
a. Tracy Chapman
b. Sheryl Crow
c. Amy Winehouse
d. Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys - The movie is set against the backdrop of the civil rights movement of the 1960s.
What reality show, similar to the Amazing Race, had the same
name as a later drama?
Lost - In it, people were dropped off in the middle of nowhere, like Mongolia, and had to find their way
to back to a landmark, like the Statue of Liberty.
What name is shared by a part of many insects' anatomy, as well
as by short scenes you see after a movie's credits have finished rolling?
Stinger - Stingers are also sound clips that divide sections of a radio show.
Worf says that they don't like to talk about it, but what
race's appearance changed dramatically between the original and Next Generation series of Star Trek?
Klingons - The Klingons were a stand-in for the Russians, but by the 90s, the scarier threat was the
Japanese, who were probably represented by the Ferengi.
Who quit a popular radio show in 2010, after using the N-word
eleven times in five minutes?
a. Howard Stern
b. Michael Savage
c. Don Imus
d. Laura Schlessinger
Laura Schlessinger - She claimed the resulting angry criticism somehow endangered her First Amendment
Ray Walston plays a different Martian in the movie version of
what TV series, in which he was a star?
a. The Beverly Hillmartians
b. My Favorite Martian
c. Martians, Where Are You
d. My Mother the Martian
My Favorite Martian - Christopher Lloyd played the main Martian.
Indonesian 2-yr-old, Ardi Rizal, became a web sensation for a
viral video depicting him doing something. What?
a. Smoking cigarettes
b. Playing guitar
c. Teasing a cat
d. Dancing to Beyonce
Smoking cigarettes - At the time, he smoked up to 40 cigarettes a day.
One of the Rat Pack grew up as part of his father's dance act.
What was the father's name?
a. Humphrey Bogart, Sr.
b. Frank Sinatra, Sr.
c. Sammy Davis, Sr.
d. Dean Martin, Sr.
Sammy Davis, Sr. - He took young Sammy Junior on the road after splitting from Elvira Sanchez in 1929.
Will Kirby, an osteopathic physician, won the second season of
what reality show, mostly by being openly evil?
a. Big Brother
b. Top Chef
c. The Apprentice
Big Brother - He came back for the All Stars edition, which was won by his buddy Mike Boogie.
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