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Favorite Movies: The Usual Suspects

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Bryan Singer's The Usual Suspects has just about the greatest twist in movie history and is one of the best action movies. How well do you know the movie? Just a warning, in case you haven't seen it, there may be some spoilers in the quiz.

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5 Questions: Totally Botanic

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When table tennis was originally created in 1889, it was called gossima.

When table tennis was originally created in 1889, it was called gossima.

Name That City Part 2

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Our first Name That City Quiz was a hit, so we thought we'd try you on some more skylines. Let's see how well you know your geography in part two!

5 Questions: "Strip" Tease

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A gun with a silencer attached sounds about as loud as a car door being slammed. It’s much quieter than the usual “bang!” but it’s not as subtle as the little “whoosh” heard in James Bond films.

A gun with a silencer attached sounds about as loud as a car door being slammed. It’s much quieter than the usual “bang!” but it’s not as subtle as the little “whoosh” heard in James Bond films.

Name the 10 Countries in ASEAN

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Growing up, my interest in geography extended to anything related to foreign countries, from lists of capitals to foreign languages to border changes to all of the various international organizations that, at the time, seemed important to me. (Ah, the innocence of youth.) So in that vein, can you name the ten countries in ASEAN - the Association of Southeast Asian Nations - in 5 minutes?

5 Questions: We're Beginning to "Gel"

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The “No animals were harmed…” disclaimer listed in film credits by the American Human Association doesn’t just cover cute and cuddly animals; they also have strict rules regarding snakes, rats and insects.

The “No animals were harmed…” disclaimer listed in film credits by the American Human Association doesn’t just cover cute and cuddly animals; they also have strict rules regarding snakes, rats and insects.

Must See TV

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With Jay Leno filling NBC's 10:00 time slot every night next season, the days of Must See TV are almost certainly over. How much do you remember of NBC's previous Thursday night domination? Name all of the shows that ran under the Thursday night Must See TV name (between 1983-2003). We're only looking for ones that made it a full season, so don't worry about trying to remember Inside Schwartz. Trust us, you're better off that way.

5 Questions: You've Been RickRolled!

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The first disposable diaper was called a “boater.”

The first disposable diaper was called a “boater.”

The L.A. Raiders (and 11 Other Teams)

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Currently, the NFL has 32 teams: the Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle

5 Questions: Half-"Bak"ed

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