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The M*A*S*H Quiz

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Few TV shows have enjoyed the popularity both during and after their runs as M*A*S*H. It’s been twenty-six years since the series finale. How much about M*A*S*H do you remember?

South Pacific

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Before the 1958 film version (unfortunately) tested 1950s color filters—Everybody’s purple! Now red!—South Pacific was a Broadway hit, now considered one of the best musicals in history. Bali Ha’i is calling: take this quiz!

ABBA had to negotiate the rights to their name with a canned fish company.

ABBA had to negotiate the rights to their name with a canned fish company.

5 Questions: Archery

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Fast Food Franchises

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According to the January 2009 issue of Entrepreneur magazine, 15 of the nation's 50 top franchise companies are fast-food places. How many of these 15 can you name in ten minutes?

What might surprise you most are the names NOT included on this list, which are fast-food companies whose locations are more commonly company-owned instead of franchised... like Burger King and Wendy's (hint, hint). Good luck!

The Baseball Movie Quiz: Major League II

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Major League is great. Major League II, less so. But it's still a fun movie and a great vehicle for Bob Uecker. How well do you remember the baseball sequel?

Morning Cup of Links: Big Budget Zombies

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: Animal Genders V

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During the 2002 Iraqi election, Saddam Hussein's campaign song was Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You."

During the 2002 Iraqi election, Saddam Hussein's campaign song was Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You."

5 Questions: Fudge!

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5 Questions: Get Yer Peanuts!

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Before joining the NBA, Wilt Chamberlain played one season for the Harlem Globetrotters. He was the first member of the team to have his jersey (#13) retired.

Before joining the NBA, Wilt Chamberlain played one season for the Harlem Globetrotters. He was the first member of the team to have his jersey (#13) retired.

Scientology Term or German Techno Artist?

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When Lafayette Ronald Hubbard founded Scientology in 1952, he had no idea there would one day be something called Techno music (best done in Germany, of course) let alone a quiz devoted to comparing and contrasting them. Turns out, the two have a lot in common. See if you can tell which word belongs to which camp.

Flags of the World (The Striped Ones)

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We've tested your knowledge of the world's strangest flags. Now let's see how you do with some of the striped ones.

NBC was the first network to pioneer the “credit squeeze.” They started the trend in 1994 by showing the closing credit scroll in a split-screen format, with the right half of the screen filled with station promos and clips from upcoming programs.

NBC was the first network to pioneer the “credit squeeze.” They started the trend in 1994 by showing the closing credit scroll in a split-screen format, with the right half of the screen filled with station promos and clips from upcoming programs.

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