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Name the Last 12 NCAA Tournament Runners-Up

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Everyone* remembers the champions, but it's easy to forget who finished second. Can you recall the last 12 teams that lost in the final game of the NCAA Tournament (1998-2009)?

*OK, maybe not everyone. For a list of winners, click here and scroll down.

5 Questions: Shirt Tales 5: Sleeve

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Name Florida's 20 Largest Cities

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We've recently asked you to name California's 20 Largest Cities, and then Texas' 20 Largest Cities. To wrap up this trilogy, we offer another sunny state - Florida. This might be the toughest of the three, but try naming the state's 20 most populous cities in five minutes. A score of 10 or better (50 percent correct) should be considered a "win." Good luck!

5 Questions: Helter Skelter

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Name the Stars of <em>The Facts of Life</em>

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We're looking for the names of the actresses on The Facts of Life. We could get cute and ask you for all the girls from season one or include Andy Moffet and Beverly Ann Stickle, but let's stick to the core four plus their original housemother. Who played Blair Warner, Dorothy "Tootie" Ramsey, Natalie Green, Joanne "Jo" Polniaczek, and Mrs. Garrett?

5 Questions: "Tri" a Little Tenderness

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The Defunct Car Quiz

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You may know what’s on the road now, but how well do you know your defunct car models? We’ll give you the name of an out-of-production model. You tell us what car company manufactured it.

Brain Game: Fun with Flags, Episode 6

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5 Questions: Mixin' some Dixon

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Name the Nut

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It’s easy to figure out which nut is which when you crack open a can of mixed nuts for a party. When they’re still in their shells, though? It’s not so easy. How well can you tell your walnuts from your almonds? (Note: We’re using “nut” in the broader culinary sense, not the botanical one.)

In 1950, talk show host Faye Emerson became the first woman in history to have a "wardrobe malfunction" on national television.  To the dismay of censors everywhere, Ms. Emerson’s “Emersons” popped out of her dress.

In 1950, talk show host Faye Emerson became the first woman in history to have a "wardrobe malfunction" on national television.  To the dismay of censors everywhere, Ms. Emerson’s “Emersons” popped out of her dress.

5 Questions: Summer Vacation Road Trip 4

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This Rocky IV Quiz Must Break You

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Last month marked the 25th anniversary of the time Rocky Balboa effectively won us the Cold War by defeating Ivan Drago in Moscow. How well do you remember Rocky IV? Let's find out.

In the classic movie-musical <em>The Wizard of Oz</em>, the many-hued Horse of a Different Color that leads Dorothy and gang through the Emerald City could not actually be painted. Instead, animal rights activists advocated that the white horse be sponged

In the classic movie-musical The Wizard of Oz, the many-hued Horse of a Different Color that leads Dorothy and gang through the Emerald City could not actually be painted. Instead, animal rights activists advocated that the white horse be sponged with different flavors (and colors) of gelatin and then physically restrained from licking it off.

5 Questions: Gone Fishing

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