|1. (50 points)||Nicknames of the Spice Girls (and let's keep to the topic here!)|
|2. (10 points)||What do the following 3 movies, AND NO OTHERS, have in common: Girl 6, Conspiracy Theory, and Mad City? Hint: Not in the subjects of the movies, and maybe not even in the credits.|
|3. (30 points)||A November, 1997 cricket match in Cape Town, South Africa between what two teams was cancelled for what bizarre reason having to do with a brewery?|
|4. (70 points)||Billy Joel recorded a live album in the mid 1970's. What was the album's name, at what University or College was it recorded (hint: the venue named on the album is incorrect), and what is that University/College's team nickname? Also, what were the names of the four groups he was with prior to finding fame and fortune?|
|5. (20 points)||There was a game for the Atari 2600 which was based on a rock group's big-selling album. Name the group and the album.|
|6. (40 points)||TALK SOUP HOSTS AND THEIR CAR COMMERCIALS: Provide the names of the last 2 (1995-1997) regular hosts of Talk Soup, and the Car companies they did commercials for.|
|7. (60 points)||MST3K! Name the two men who have been the hosts, the three main robots (full names), and out of what material are the 'theater seats' you see on TV made?|
|8. (40 points)||Give the car manufacturer and the song for the following singer sellouts: A) Sly and the Family Stone, B) Trio|
|9. (30 points)||RANDOM MUSINGS: A) What was the name of the 70's pianist who was on all the talk shows talking about being "bi-coastal", B) In what city was Don Imus's current radio show first syndicated, C) Change 1 letter in the name of a country to get the nickname of a US Major league franchise|
|10. (30 points)||66 IT!! A) What artist made it highest on the US pop charts with the song Route 66 (from 1955-1991), B) What is the better known name of Fiber 66, C) Name a gas station with the number 66 in it's name.|
|11. (40 points)||According to the US census bureau, in 1990 the three most populous countries in the world were China, India, and the USA. What were 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th?|
|12. (10 points)||Who cried on the Mike Douglas show when Harry Chapin sang "Cats in the Cradle"?|
|13. (30 points)||What actors portray Mr. & (the former) Mrs. Laupin and Johnny Blue Jeans, on Viva Variety?|
|14. (20 points)||MAN OF THE YEAR!! Who were Time Magazine's Man of the Year for 1995 and 1996?|
|15. (20 points)||Who are the only 2 professional wrestlers to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated through the end of 1997?|
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