G1: Dina & Mike (122nd & Amsterdam)(BtG: 55.5)
#1: What chairman of Microsoft allegedly receives over 4M emails per day?
#2: Named for a town in Scotland, what breed of horse’s also the mascot for Budweiser beer?
Stallion (A: Clydesdale)
#3: Twelve pentagons & twenty hexagons of black & white leather sewn together make what sports ball?
#4: Merlot grapes are used to make wine of what color?
#5: After 27 yrs. at abc, name the Canadian-born news anchor who died of lung cancer.
#1: What’s the shaky science of studying earthquakes called?
#2: In 1912 the crew of The Carpathia helped assist the passengers of what nautical disaster?
RLC: What are the first five books of the Bible?
Genesis, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy & Exodus
FQ: In what George Orwell novel did barn dwellers insist four legs good, two legs bad?
FA: Animal Farm ($500)
G2 (no commercial break taken): Colin Smith (81st & CPW)(BtG: 22.5)
#1: What Olympic sport feat. a reverse 2.5 somersault w/ a half-twist pike?
Diving Floor exercise
#2: What scream queen became true royalty when she married Monaco’s Prince Rainier in 1956?
Audrey Hepburn (A: Grace Kelly)
#3: What government agency do the initials FAA represent?
Federal Airlines Assoc. (A: Federal Aviation Administration)
G3: Becky (7th & 29th)(BtG: 15.5)
#1: Thin Mints, Samoas & Tagalongs are ALL delicious cookies sold by what organization?
#2: “Gitmo” is the nickname for what U.S. Marine base in Cuba?
MOBILE S-O: Her husband- WASTED (wasn’t home)
#3: What popular cartoon cat’s the corporate symbol of the Japanese co. Sanrio?
#4: W/ its geographic center at 65° latitude, what’s the U.S.’s northernmost state?
WA (A: AK)
#5: Incarcerated in 1999, what MI doctor has assisted in over 100 suicides?
XX (A: Jack Kevorkian)
#1: When served at dinner, deer meat can be rather chewy- what’s this gamey meat called?
FQ: After Neil Armstrong, who was the second human being to set foot on the Moon?
G4: Jean Marie (The Met)(BtG: 20)
#1: Collectively Pavarotti, Domingo & Carreras are better known as what singing trio?
The Three Tenors
#2: What dictator’s statue was TOPPLED in Baghdad on Apr. 9, 2003?
#3: Acc. to a federal law, whose health warning must appear on ALL packs of cigarettes?
#4: Maize is a grain more commonly known as what?
#5: Michael J. Fox & Muhammad Ali BOTH suffered from what neurodegenerative disease?
#1: Blackberries are often called PDAs, which is an abbrev. for what?
Personal Digital Assistant
#2: In the Hans Christian Andersen story, what tiny item did the princess feel through a stack of mattresses?
#3: What famed athlete claimed 20K sexual partners in his autobiography A View From Above?
RLC: Name the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Speech, Religion– X
#4: What classic comedy film popularized the question “Joey, do you like movies about gladiators”?
#5: What youth organization’s motto urges its members to be prepared?
#1: What expressive & ILLEGAL art form was derived from the Greek phrase for “to write”?
#2: The World Wrestling Federation was forced to change its name when what organization w/ the same initials filed a lawsuit?
World Wildlife Fund
#3: What formerly-independent city became a borough of NYC in 1898?
#4: In the U2 song “Vertigo”, Bono yelled “Uno, dos, tres, catorce”- what does catorce mean in Spanish?
#5: In 1974 a pack of Wrigley’s gum became the first product to be priced using what type of scanning device?
FQ: In what theory did Eisenhower suggest that if one country falls to communism, the country next to it would follow suit?
VB: Just because your friend jumps off a bridge DOESN’T mean you should. What acronym’s used to describe this sport of using a parachute to jump from fixed objects?
FA: Base jumping ($1750)