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Name the 10 Best-Selling Movie Soundtracks

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Can you name the nine top-selling film soundtracks in U.S. history (per the RIAA, as of Feb 2010)? We were going to ask you for the top ten, but since O Brother Where Art Thou and Grease are tied for tenth, let's see if you can name the nine soundtracks to sell more than those two. We're just looking for the names of the movies. You've got three minutes. Good luck!

5 Questions: Let's Play Post Office

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Be All You Can Be

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A list of current U.S. Army ranks revealed 20 distinct names for those titles. How many of these 20 can you come up with in 5 minutes? Spelling counts, so if you need to look up any words before you begin, feel free to do so. The clock starts when you type in your first answer.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Five named ranks left out of the mix (because they are special or parallel ranks) are: Command Sergeant Major, First Sergeant, General of the Army, Sergeant Major of the Army, Specialist.

5 Questions: To Di(ane) For!

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Name Texas' 20 Largest Cities

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Last week, we asked you to name California's 20 Largest Cities. Today, the challenge moves a bit east to the great state of Texas. How many of the Lone Star State's 20 most populous cities can you name in just five minutes? A score of 10 or more correct (50 percent or better) should be considered a "win." Good luck!

5 Questions: Floor Show

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Tony-Winning Play or Tony Danza Movie?

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You don't need to be a Broadway historian or a member of the Tony Danza Fan Club to master this quiz. But if you're one or the other, it'd probably help. Can you tell which titles won Tony Awards and which titles featured Tony Danza?

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5 Questions: Colorado Cities

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Name All 32 Starting Quarterbacks for 2010

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To make sure you're sufficiently prepared for some football, let's see how many of the 32 opening weekend starting QBs you can name in 5 minutes. (Good news! You don't have to try to spell "Roethlisberger" this time.) If you haven't been following last minute injuries and watching the waiver wire, some of these starters may surprise you.

Brain Game: (Tuesday?) Math Square #172

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5 Questions: This Quiz Has Legs

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Catching Chevy Chase

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For a 20 year stretch, Chevy Chase was a Hollywood film regular. In fact, between 1980 and 2000, the funnyman was one of the top-billed stars in exactly 20 live-action feature films. (He didn't star in Caddyshack II, but I don't think he complains about that.)

How many of these 1980-2000 Chevy Chase movies can you name in 10 minutes? The clock begins when you enter your first title. Good luck!

5 Questions: Mmm...Chocolate

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Who Said It: James Franco or Ben Franklin?

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James Franco of Spider-Man and General Hospital fame has an unusual way with words. Sure, he can come off as pretentious, but he also has his moments of wisdom. In fact, he's not unlike Ben Franklin, the founding father also known for his quips. Can you tell whether the quotes in this quiz came from the inventor of the bifocals or the future Oscar host?

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