This is the second quiz in a series featuring some of the planet's most famous logos. We've flipped some of the logos so that they're facing the wrong way. All you have to do is identify whether or not the logo is correct when compared to the original. A score of 6 or better is a win. Good luck!
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The 20th century award for Best Center of Gravity definitely belongs to Hollywood stuntman Alvin Kelly. In 1924, Kelly sat atop a flagpole for 13 hours, inspiring copycats across the country to replicate his feat (to varying degrees of success).
The Brady family had a cool house (with one bathroom?). The Partridges had the cool bus. Marcia went to the prom with Davy Jones; Laurie went to a dance with Snake (Rob Reiner). How much do you know about these two staples from ABC's Friday Night lineup?
Political types are gearing up for a big slate of races in November. There are 37 Senate seats up for grabs between terms ending and a number of senators retiring and dying. How many of the either outgoing or at-risk senators (anybody whose seat is up for grabs) can you name? Last names are all you need.
DID YOU KNOW? Marlon Brando hated memorizing lines so much that he posted cue cards everywhere to help him get through scenes.
He even asked for lines to be written on an actress's posterior. (That request was denied.)