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5 Questions: Welcome to the Club

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5 Questions: Rich Man, Poor Man

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The firefly is not actually a fly, but a beetle.

The firefly is not actually a fly, but a beetle.

5 Questions: Lone Star

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5 Questions: Don't Lose Your Marbles

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Marvel or DC?

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The entertainment world has been abuzz lately with the news that Disney is purchasing the Marvel Comics group. The most popular heroes of the past 75 years have appeared under either the Marvel imprint or the brand's key competition, DC. Comic book fans will know which is which, but casual readers may have a more difficult time. Can you identify the main publisher behind each of these 20 comic book heroes? Good luck!

The Sitcom Setting Quiz

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Some shows are inextricably linked with their settings, like Seinfeld and New York, or Cheers and Boston. But other TV families could have lived just about anywhere. Do you remember where these 15 sitcoms called home?

A group of rhinos is called a "crash."

A group of rhinos is called a "crash."

Federal Reserve Banks

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While notes of higher denominations have all been redesigned to thwart counterfeiters, the $1 bill retains the same design it had nearly half a century ago. One of the now-unique features of the $1 bill is the Federal Reserve Bank stamp, seen to the left of Washington's head in the image above. It features a code (A through L) circled by the name of the city where the note was issued.

Given five minutes, can you name the U.S. cities where these 12 main Federal Reserve Banks are located? Good luck!

Brain Game: The Hardiest Brain Game

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An ostrich's eye is the same size as its brain.

An ostrich's eye is the same size as its brain.

5 Questions: "Dum"my Up

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Name the Most Profitable Dead Celebrities

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Each year, Forbes ranks the top-earning dead celebrities. How many of the Top 10 can you name in 5 minutes? We'll spot you the first two entries on the latest Forbes list—fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent ($350 million) and musical duo Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein ($235 million combined). We're looking for numbers 3-10. Good luck!

5 Questions: Get Yer Peanuts!

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