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Who Played (Doctor) Who?

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In the 45-year history of the BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who, ten different actors have played The Doctor (not counting big-screen movies, one-off charity specials, stage shows or audio dramas). Can you name all ten before time runs out? (Actors' last names only.)

[Hint: We'll give you two of them. Tom Baker & Colin Baker. They're not related. For these two, you'll have to enter their first and last names.]

5 Questions: Frank Zamboni

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5 Questions: Sixties Sunshine Songs

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How American Are You?

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The plastic pink flamingo is the official city bird of Madison, WI.

The plastic pink flamingo is the official city bird of Madison, WI.

5 Questions: Eddie, not Herb

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Slimed: A Kids' Choice Awards Quiz

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Last week, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hosted Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, the annual celebration of slime, burps and kid-friendly entertainment. How much do you know about the awards show? Answer these 10 questions about the show's history and we might spare you from getting slimed.

How big is Big Bird? 8 feet, 2 inches.

How big is Big Bird? 8 feet, 2 inches.

Trading Places, Coming to America or Beverly Hills Cop?

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During his heyday, Eddie Murphy pumped out hit movies at a spectacular rate. Three of his most popular (and funniest) were Trading Places, Coming to America and Beverly Hills Cop. Can you pick which movie each quote comes from?

Publisher Harlequin prints a line of romance novels set in the world of NASCAR.

Publisher Harlequin prints a line of romance novels set in the world of NASCAR.

William Wrigley originally started in the baking powder business. With his powder, he gave a free pack of his gum. He later abandoned the baking powder business when he learned that people were buying it just to get the gum.

William Wrigley originally started in the baking powder business. With his powder, he gave a free pack of his gum. He later abandoned the baking powder business when he learned that people were buying it just to get the gum.

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