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5 Questions: Department Store: Housewares

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5 Questions: ROYAL FLUSH

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The Carmen Sandiego Quiz

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So, gumshoes, how well do you remember Carmen Sandiego and her TV and video game empire?

Waylon Smithers: The Quiz

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You know he’s Mr. Burns’ faithful assistant, but what else do you know about Waylon Smithers? Take our quiz to find out.

5 Questions: DOLLED UP

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5 Questions: Batman Window Cameos

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Designated Survivor or Survivor Contestant?

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The 25th Amendment may decide who gets to be president if the sitting president dies — but it’s the designated survivor who becomes president if nuclear war wipes out the entire government. Can you tell the designated survivors from former contestants on Survivor? Take this quiz and find out!

5 Questions: WE WILL ROCK YOU

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The world's largest desert is not the Sahara; it is the continent of Antarctica. (Antarctica is classified as a "cold desert.")

The world's largest desert is not the Sahara; it is the continent of Antarctica. (Antarctica is classified as a "cold desert.")

Name the NFL's 10 Highest-Paid Players in 2011

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Tom Van Riper of Forbes has crunched the numbers and come up with a list of the NFL's highest-paid players for the 2011 season. Can you name the top ten? (Last names will suffice.) Good luck!

5 Questions: HEY, NINETEEN

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5 Questions: Mamma Mia!

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The term "skid road" (or "skid row") originated in Seattle. The actual road, Yesler Way, was used during the late 1800s to haul (skid) logs to the Yesler saw mill at the bottom of the hill. It became a rather seedy district eventually and became known as

The term "skid road" (or "skid row") originated in Seattle. The actual road, Yesler Way, was used during the late 1800s to haul (skid) logs to the Yesler saw mill at the bottom of the hill. It became a rather seedy district eventually and became known as "Skid Road," and the name caught on.

5 Questions: HI-YO, DINOSAUR

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