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5 Questions: CARE FOR A SWIM?

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5 Questions: READY, AIM ...

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After Bill Clinton won the 1992 election, the 3<sup>rd</sup> call he took&mdash; after President Bush’s concession & Vice President Quayle’s congrats&mdash; was from Whoopi Goldberg.

After Bill Clinton won the 1992 election, the 3rd call he took— after President Bush’s concession & Vice President Quayle’s congrats— was from Whoopi Goldberg.

Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.

Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.

5 Questions: RAH RAH RAH

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5 Questions: Nummy Muffin Coocol Butter

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5 Questions: The Sims

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5 Questions: Desert Transportation

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The Missing Links: A Drive-Down-the-Street Artist

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5 Questions: Carb-Loading

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5 Questions: The End (Part I)

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Who Won That Fictional Election?

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Before we head to the polls next Tuesday, let's take a look back at some of the better campaigns from television and film. Do you remember who won a variety of elections, from Bayside High class president to President of the United States?

We're looking for the ultimate winner, which may not be the winner of the popular vote. Some of the candidates may have withdrawn, resigned or died before taking office.

5 Questions: The Big Game 2014

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5 Questions: Non-Candy Canes

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When her husband was president, Julia Tyler used the title "Mrs. Presidentress."

When her husband was president, Julia Tyler used the title "Mrs. Presidentress."

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