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5 Questions: Designer Jeans

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5 Questions: On the "Fritz"

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5 Questions: Welcome to the Club

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Stan and Jan Berenstain didn't just write about bears. They also penned <em>How to Teach Your Children About Sex</em>.

Stan and Jan Berenstain didn't just write about bears. They also penned How to Teach Your Children About Sex.

Name the Triple Crown Winners Since 1900

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Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera finished the 2012 season leading the American League in home runs, runs batted in, and batting average—the first player to accomplish that feat since 1967. Since 1900, 11 other people have won the Triple Crown. How many can you name in three minutes?

5 Questions: Gotta Have "-art"

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5 Questions: Leaps and "-ounds"

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Brain Game: The Hardiest Brain Game

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The Founding Fathers Quiz

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You know Ben Franklin was a Pennsylvania man, and Thomas Jefferson was on Team Virginia. But what about the less famous Founding Fathers? Today's quiz asks you to choose which state 12 signers of the Declaration of Independence were representing.

5 Questions: Will & Grace

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5 Questions: Not Senior

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5 Questions: "Dum"my Up

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The U.S. hockey team did not defeat the USSR in the gold medal game of the 1980 Olympics. The so-called "Miracle on Ice" was actually a semi-final game, and the Americans had to go on to play Finland for the gold.

The U.S. hockey team did not defeat the USSR in the gold medal game of the 1980 Olympics. The so-called "Miracle on Ice" was actually a semi-final game, and the Americans had to go on to play Finland for the gold.

5 Questions: Out of the "-ink" Well

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Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.

Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.

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