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The first single issued by singer-songwriter Cat Stevens was titled "I Love My Dog."

The first single issued by singer-songwriter Cat Stevens was titled "I Love My Dog."

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5 Questions: "Van" Lines

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Leonard Maltin's complete review of the 1948 film <em>Isn't It Romantic?</em>: "No."

Leonard Maltin's complete review of the 1948 film Isn't It Romantic?: "No."

5 Questions: Peter O'Toole

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The capstone atop the Washington Monument is actually made of aluminum. The 100-ounce pyramid-shaped "stone" was placed on December 6, 1884, and was the largest aluminum object cast up to that time. It sounds like an odd choice today, but aluminum was ver

The capstone atop the Washington Monument is actually made of aluminum. The 100-ounce pyramid-shaped "stone" was placed on December 6, 1884, and was the largest aluminum object cast up to that time. It sounds like an odd choice today, but aluminum was very hard to produce at the time and was worth as much as silver ($24/oz in today's dollars).

The West Wing Guest Star Quiz

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The West Wing had plenty of big-name guest stars, including John Goodman, Matthew Perry, Edward James Olmos and Glenn Close. But the Emmy-winning show also featured some not-yet-stars (or used-to-be-stars) you might now recognize in the reruns, like Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation and Dr. Lisa Cuddy of House. Do you remember which characters these actors portrayed?

5 Questions: With This Ring

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Name the NBA Finals MVPs Since 1988

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Since 1988, 14 different players have won the NBA Finals MVP. How many can you name in 3 minutes?

Dock Ellis, a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1970s, threw a no-hitter while under the influence of LSD. At certain points during the game, Ellis said he couldn't see the batter or the catcher, and as a result, relied on the baseball to tell him

Dock Ellis, a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1970s, threw a no-hitter while under the influence of LSD. At certain points during the game, Ellis said he couldn't see the batter or the catcher, and as a result, relied on the baseball to tell him where to throw it.

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5 Questions: There's the "Rub"

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The first <em>Monopoly</em> game was based on real streets and locations around Atlantic City.

The first Monopoly game was based on real streets and locations around Atlantic City.

5 Questions: Cher and Cher Alike

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