How Did You Know Natt Supab?

I'm happy to announce a winner to our last How Did You Know? trivia hunt. First-timer Natt Supab was the first of dozens who had all the correct answers. Congrats Natt! I'll post her pic and bio below, and her answers after the jump. Our Random Winner this month is Meaghin Burke, who turned in the answers a full two hours and 20 minutes after the deadline. So it always pays to play whether you're the first or the 50th!
See everyone back for another round on the 24th of March when Natt will be looking to defend the title and we'll be giving away even bigger prizes.

Wow, really?! No joke?! I am thrilled and astonished, in equal parts, to emerge victorious in my first attempt at HDYK? I am a recent graduate of Harvey Mudd College (Biology '08, baby!) and an even more recent mental_floss devotee. I wish I had discovered the site much earlier in my aimless (and fruitless) job-searching days -- it brings me much joy (Thanks!).

It must be said, I couldn't have figured out Day 2 without the help of some clever friends (credit given below) and I think I'll collaborate with somebody for the next puzzle. After all, no (wo)man is an island.


Final Answer

I'm a Paleontologist (David Schwimmer plays Ross Gellar on Friends, who is a paleontologist) who wrote a book called Dinosaurs (generic name for dimorphodon and gorgosaurus) Heresies (plural of Heresy). I've also penned a novel called Raptor (from "prorate," "rap" is a music genre) Red. My Name is Robert T. Bakker.

Day 1

1. NewsRadio (imdb'd Andy Dick, perused the page until I found NewsRadio, with Dave Foley, who I recognized as the other guy in the clip)
2. Friends (knew)
3. MacGyver (knew)
4. Bewitched (knew)
5. Sports Night (googled the quote "Isaac has a highly developed sense of right and wrong and he is hip to my battle plan")
6. Emily's Reasons Why Not (imdb'd Heather Graham, looked for TV series, made best guess)
7. Parker Lewis Can't Lose (googled "nun when she misplaced his lunch" and got this article:

Day 2

1. Lion (from saLutatION)
2. Mule (from voLUME)
3. Raptor (from PRORATe) [thanks, Darren!]
4. Snail (from SaLutAtIoN)
5. Ant (from sAluTatioN)
6. Parrot (from PRORATe) [thanks, Christina!]
7. Otter (from TORTE)
8. Mole (from vOLuME)
9. Tuna (from salUTAtioN)
10. Rat (from proRATe)

I struggled on this one quite a bit, but with "a little help from my friends" I prevailed! Special thanks to Sonia for the extra inspiration to keep going!

Day 3

1. Scrantonicity (asked a friend [thanks, Tricia!] who watches "The Office")
2. The Four Peters (SETH GREEN ROCKS. ahem. I googled "Robot Chicken fake band" and "Family Guy fake band" and got to this page: ...was very disappointed that it was NOT Dingos Ate My Baby or DuJour!)
3. Stillwater (recognized Billy Crudup in Almost Famous, Wiki'ed it)
4. Spinal Tap (vaguely associated the image with the movie, This is Spinal Tap, and found the name within the camouflage)
5. The Way-Outs (lots and lots of googling until I googled "Flintstones fake band," which should've been an obvious choice -_- and got to this forum:
6. Global Heresy (recognized Alicia Silverstone, imdb's "aka Rock my World" caught my eye, and viola!)

Day 4

1. Dodo bird (knew. Quick google image search confirmed.)
2. Toolache Wallaby (thought it looked like a kangaroo, so googled "extinct marsupials" and found this wiki and double-checked by looking at images on google; got this page
3. Pig-Footed Bandicoot (once again, Wiki's "extinct marsupials" page proved helpful
4. Dimorphodon (got desperate enough to use a reverse image search engine [my secret weapon!] which yielded
5. Gorgosaurus libratus (same method as for the dimorphodon; got to

Day 5

I'm a Paleontologist (David Schwimmer plays Ross Gellar on Friends, who is a paleontologist) who wrote a book called Dinosaurs (generic name for dimorphodon and gorgosaurus) Heresies (plural of Heresy). I've also penned a novel called Raptor (from "prorate," "rap" is a music genre) Red. My Name is Robert T. Bakker.

Every New Movie, TV Series, and Special Coming to Netflix in May

Netflix is making way for loads of laughs in its library in May, with a handful of original comedy specials (Steve Martin, Martin Short, Carol Burnett, Tig Notaro, and John Mulvaney will all be there), plus the long-awaited return of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Here’s every new movie, TV series, and special making its way to Netflix in May.


27: Gone Too Soon

A Life of Its Own: The Truth About Medical Marijuana


Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Season 1

Beautiful Girls


God's Own Country

Hachi: A Dog's Tale

Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

High School Musical 3: Senior Year

John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous Live at Radio City

Mr. Woodcock

My Perfect Romance

Pocoyo & Cars

Pocoyo & The Space Circus

Queens of Comedy: Season 1

Reasonable Doubt

Red Dragon

Scream 2


Simon: Season 1

Sliding Doors


The Bourne Ultimatum

The Carter Effect

The Clapper

The Reaping

The Strange Name Movie

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V: Season 2




A Little Help with Carol Burnett


Busted!: Season 1

Dear White People: Volume 2

End Game

Forgive Us Our Debts

Kong: King of the Apes: Season 2


My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Tina Fey

No Estoy Loca

The Rain: Season 1


Faces Places


The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale



Hari Kondabolu: Warn Your Relatives


Dirty Girl

MAY 11

Bill Nye Saves the World: Season 3

Evil Genius: the True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist

Spirit Riding Free: Season 5

The Kissing Booth

The Who Was? Show: Season 1

MAY 13

Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife

MAY 14

The Phantom of the Opera

MAY 15

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: Season 4

Grand Designs: Seasons 13 - 14

Only God Forgives

The Game 365: Seasons 15 - 16

MAY 16


Mamma Mia!

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

The Kingdom


MAY 18


Catching Feelings

Inspector Gadget: Season 4

MAY 19

Bridge to Terabithia

Disney’s Scandal: Season 7

Small Town Crime

MAY 20

Some Kind of Beautiful

MAY 21

Señora Acero: Season 4

MAY 22

Mob Psycho 100: Season 1

Shooter: Season 2

Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 2

Tig Notaro Happy To Be Here

MAY 23


MAY 24

Fauda: Season 2

Survivors Guide to Prison

MAY 25


Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life

The Toys That Made Us: Season 2

Trollhunters: Part 3

MAY 26

Sara's Notebook

MAY 27

The Break with Michelle Wolf

MAY 29

Disney·Pixar's Coco

MAY 30

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 4

MAY 31

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Howard Stern

The First-Ever Troop of Homeless Girl Scouts Just Crushed Their Cookie Sales Goal

Selling 32,500 boxes of cookies in a single week would be noteworthy for any team of Girl Scouts, but it's an especially sweet achievement for Troop 6000: The New York City-based chapter is the first-ever Girl Scout troop composed entirely of children living in homeless shelters.

According to NBC News, this season marked the first time the troop took part in the organization's annual cookie sale tradition. In early April, they received exclusive permission to set up shop inside the Kellogg's Café in Union Square. They kicked off their inaugural stand sale aiming to sell at least 6000 boxes of cookies: At the end of six days, they had sold more than 32,500.

Some customers waited in line an hour to purchase boxes from the history-making young women. Others gave their money directly to the troop, collectively donating over $15,000 to fund trips and activities. After purchasing their cookies, customers could also buy special Girl Scout cookie-inspired menu items from the Kellogg's store, with all proceeds going to Troop 6000.

The troop formed in 2016 as a collaboration between the Girl Scouts of Greater New York, Mayor de Blasio, and the city Department of Homeless Services. Meetings are held in shelters across the city, and many of the troop leaders, often mothers of the scouts, are homeless women themselves. About 40 percent of New York's homeless population are children, and Troop 6000 had to expand last summer to accommodate a flood of new recruits. Today, there are about 300 girls enrolled in the program.

[h/t NBC News]


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