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5 Questions: Parts is Parts

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Facebook Group or Afterschool Special?

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From 1972 through 1997, American teenagers learned all the important life lessons through ABC Afterschool Specials. Nowadays, kids just spill their guts online. Can you tell which of these titles is the name of an Afterschool Special and which is a Facebook Group?

Who Did It: Dr. Seuss or a Dr. Seuss Character?

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Dr. Seuss was famous for his quirky characters, silly settings, and invented vernacular. What many people don’t know is that Theodor Geisel was almost as eccentric as the fantastical fiction he wrote. Can you guess which things Dr. Seuss characters did, and which things Dr. Seuss himself did?

5 Questions: Look for This Label

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5 Questions: "San"ta, Baby

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5 Questions: Fairway Hair

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Name the World Series Winners (1995-Present)

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Since Major League Baseball added the Wild Card for the 1995 playoffs, ten different teams have won the World Series. Can you name them all in two minutes?

Lincoln Logs were invented by Frank Lloyd Wright’s son.

Lincoln Logs were invented by Frank Lloyd Wright’s son.

5 Questions: Knee-High to a Quiz

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Ron Swanson's Pyramid of Greatness or Mitt Romney's "No Apology"?

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We've pulled quotes from their signature works: Mitt Romney's 2010 book No Apology: The Case for American Greatness and Ron Swanson's "Swanson Pyramid of Greatness." Can you tell which is which?

5 Questions: On the Good Foot

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Jack Webb, star of radio and television's <em>Dragnet</em>, was so closely associated with the part of Joe Friday that when Webb died in 1982, the Los Angeles Police Department officially retired Friday's badge number, 714.

Jack Webb, star of radio and television's Dragnet, was so closely associated with the part of Joe Friday that when Webb died in 1982, the Los Angeles Police Department officially retired Friday's badge number, 714.

5 Questions: Two Names

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Al Capone almost got away from being convicted by the FBI until IRS special agents finally found charges to stick: tax evasion.

Al Capone almost got away from being convicted by the FBI until IRS special agents finally found charges to stick: tax evasion.

5 Questions: Someday My Prince Will Come

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