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5 Questions: Cuppa Joe

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5 Questions: We Don't Need No Thinking <em>Badges</em>

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5 Questions: Tall People

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BVD stands for the last names of the underwear company's three founders: Bradley, Voorhees, and Day.

BVD stands for the last names of the underwear company's three founders: Bradley, Voorhees, and Day.

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5 Questions: Cuteness Overload

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To prepare for his <em>Cheers</em> audition, Ted Danson said he spent two weeks attending a bartending school in Burbank.

To prepare for his Cheers audition, Ted Danson said he spent two weeks attending a bartending school in Burbank.

Walter Koenig had to wear a shaggy toupee in his first season as Chekhov in <em>Star Trek</em> until his real hair grew out. Reportedly, his mop-topped character was modeled after The Monkees singer Davy Jones in an attempt to lure teenage viewers.

Walter Koenig had to wear a shaggy toupee in his first season as Chekhov in Star Trek until his real hair grew out. Reportedly, his mop-topped character was modeled after The Monkees singer Davy Jones in an attempt to lure teenage viewers.

5 Questions: Happy "Four"th of July!

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Who Was His VP?

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You know the presidents. Do you know their back-up plans? Choose which person served as VP under each commander in chief.

When Parker Brothers acquired the rights to the Ouija board and released its first version back in 1967, the game's early sales trounced that of the company’s traditional bestseller, <em>Monopoly</em>.

When Parker Brothers acquired the rights to the Ouija board and released its first version back in 1967, the game's early sales trounced that of the company’s traditional bestseller, Monopoly.

5 Questions: Lone Star

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Since 1930, there have been fewer than 10 left-handed catchers in Major League Baseball.

Since 1930, there have been fewer than 10 left-handed catchers in Major League Baseball.

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