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Name the Six Clue Characters in Two Minutes

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You've probably played it a million times, but how well do you remember the six original characters from Clue? None of this new-fangled "Madame Rose" or "Sergeant Grey" stuff - strictly the basics, please. And sorry, there's no Singing Telegram Girl either. You'll need to enter the whole name (so, "Ms. Chartreuse, not just 'Chartreuse"). To jog your memory, the victim is Mr. Boddy. You've got two minutes - good luck!

5 Questions: Hold it, Buster!

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5 Questions: Monopoly (Part 3)

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It is illegal to enter the Houses of Parliament in a suit of armor.

It is illegal to enter the Houses of Parliament in a suit of armor.

5 Questions: Round Robin

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Air Force One can only be called "Air Force One" when the President of the United States is on it. Hence, the controller announcing, "We are now Air Force One" when the President boards. When the President is not there, it's just a really expensive plane.

Air Force One can only be called "Air Force One" when the President of the United States is on it. Hence, the controller announcing, "We are now Air Force One" when the President boards. When the President is not there, it's just a really expensive plane.

Mo Willems' 'Pigeon' Series

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My daughter Charlotte is a huge fan of Mo Willems, especially his 'Pigeon' series. Well, I guess it's my wife and I who are the huge fans, since Charlotte's not yet one and generally tolerant of whatever we read her. But if you can't get enough Mo, let's see if you can name all six books starring the Pigeon in three minutes.

5 Questions: Monopoly (Part 5)

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Your foot is the same size as the distance between your wrist and elbow.

Your foot is the same size as the distance between your wrist and elbow.

Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift apart.

Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift apart.

5 Questions: Ain't No Hollaback Quiz

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Famous Alumni: A Final Four Quiz

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Across the country, former students of Michigan State, Butler, West Virginia and Duke are eagerly anticipating this weekend's Final Four. Among those former students are some famous (and unexpected) alums. Can you guess which of those schools produced these 11 notable people?

5 Questions: "25" and "00"

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5 Questions: Butcher Shop

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5 Questions: Rapper's Delight

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