Monday, October 19, 2009

Bonus trivia

Wherein hey television networks there is nothing we watch on Tuesday Friday Saturday or Sunday That is a bad job on your part

  1. In 1973 he won an Oscar for Best Director, a Tony for Best Director, and an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography.

  2. Just as Lisa and Bart watch "Itchy and Scratchy," the characters in what cartoon often watched another cartoon called "The Brown Hornet"?

  3. Name the Broadway musical: Labor strife in an Iowa factory.

  4. Name the Broadway musical: Based on the life of the son of Charlemagne.

  5. In 1989, this was Audrey Hepburn's last movie.

  6. Playing himself, Frank Sinatra's last movie role was in this 1984 film.

  7. If you worked for AT&T, or looked it up in the Microsoft Computer Dictionary, what POTS means.

  8. For electrical wiring, white is the neutral wire in the USA and Canada; in 2006 the UK changed the neutral wire to this color.

  9. The traditional chef's toque (hat) has 100 pleats, meant to represent what feat?

  10. This nonHispanic actress was presented with the 2002 Raúl Juliá Award for Excellence, for her efforts as the executive producer of ABC’s hit sitcom The George Lopez Show in helping to expand career openings for Hispanic talent in media and entertainment fields.


Blogger J. Bowman said...

1. Bob Fosse
2. Fat Albert
3. Urinetown
4. Spamalot
5. Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, in which she played one of Genghis Khan's harem.
6. Ghostbusters
7. Pull Open The (Something)
8. Blue
9. 100 weeks of apprenticeship
10. Kat Dennings

10/20/2009 10:09:00 AM  
Blogger bill said...


1. Bob Fosse
2. Fat Albert
3. The Pajama Game
4. Pippin
5. Always (with Richard Dreyfuss and Holly Hunter
6. Cannonball Run II
7. Plain Old Telephone System
8. Blue
9. 100 ways to cook eggs
10. Sandra Bullock

10/22/2009 08:53:00 PM  
Blogger J. Bowman said...

Actually, I think I've seen Cannonball Run II, I could have gotten that. I've seen Always, too, but I will deny it outside this particular comment.
There are 100 ways to cook eggs?

10/26/2009 09:35:00 PM  

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