1. How many friends hung out in the Forman’s basement on the first seasons of That 70’s Show? 6



2. Name them: Donna, Eric, Fez, Hyde, Kelso, Jackie



3. What TV show’s theme song has the line “I’m no Superman”? Scrubs



4. True or False  Poinsettias are poisonous to humans. False



5. What color M&Ms were taken off the market in 1976 because of a rumor that the dye caused cancer: Blue, brown, or red? Red



6. How many state capitals are named after presidents: 1, 3, 4? 4



7. Portobello and shiitake are types of what food? Mushrooms



8. Riboflavin and niacin are found in what complex vitamin? B



9. What part of the cinnamon tree does the spice come from: Bark, Root, or leaves? Root



10. On Home Improvement what was the first name of ‘Tool Man’ Mr. Taylor? Tim








11. What planet is Superman from? Krypton



12. Who asked voters to “read my ears” while campaigning for Texas governor? George W. Bush



13. True or False  Coca Cola once produced an elixir that contained cocaine, caffeine and alcohol. True



14. On Seinfeld, what is Kramer’s first name? Cosmo



15. What state’s postal abbreviation is MA? Massachusetts



16. What are male witches called? Warlocks



17. What October holiday was first formally celebrated in 1792 in New York City? Columbus Day



18. The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown opened on April 1, in what year: 1923, 1938, or 1950? 1938



19. Name the band who had a song with this line: “Just a city boy, born and raised in South Detroit, caught the midnight train going anywhere”.



20. True or False  The first vibrators were invented in 1869 as a treatment for what was then known as hysteria. True






21. How many geese a-laying did my true love give to me? 6



22. True or False  Mark Twain’s real name was Samuel Clemens. True



23. True or False  It takes an hour and a half to soft boil an ostrich egg. False



24. What company makes the Xbox? Microsoft



25. Who played Sam Malone on Cheers? Ted Danson



26. In which year did Saturday Night Live debut: 1975, 1980, or 1985? 1975



27. Who did Lady Diana Spencer marry on July 29, 1981? Prince Charles



28. What’s Batman’s everyday identity? Bruce Wayne



29. Who had a 1967 hit with ‘Brown Eyed Girl’? Van Morrison



30. What is the water filled ditch around a castle called? Moat









31. How many Great Lakes are there in North America: 3, 4, 5, or 6? 5



32. At what temperature Fahrenheit does water boil: 149, 212, or 280? 212



33. The UV in UV rays stands for what? Ultra violet



34. What soft drink’s motto is ‘Obey your thirst’? Sprite



35. What is the capital of Ohio? Columbus



36. What type of scientist studies and forecasts weather? Meteorologist



37. According to folklore legend, what was the color of Paul Bunyan’s ox, Babe? Blue



38. Former president Bill Clinton was involved in a sex scandal with what government intern? Monica Lewinski



39. In Monopoly, on what railroad does a Chance card instruct players to take a ride? Reading



40. What abbreviation appears on invitations and means please reply? RSVP






41. Who is the author of the Harry Potter series? J.K. Rowling



42. What is 1600 hours in military time? 4 PM



43. How many children does George W. Bush have? 2



44. Garnet or Rose Quartz is the birthstone for which month? January



45. My name is Emma and I was born in season 8 of a popular sitcom. Who are my parents? Ross and Rachel



46. How many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick? A peck



47. Yacko, Wacko, and Dot are characters from what cartoon? Animaniacs



48. Which country music singer and winner of 11 Grammy’s died September 12, 2003? Johnny Cash



49. True or False  The bow is the back of a boat. False



50. True or False  The starboard is the right of a boat. True