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  1. Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following Psych characters is a ferroequinologist?

    A. Shawn

    B. Gus

    C. Lassiter

    D. Juliet 

     

  2. Here comes Friday's answer:

    Where did the Undertaker and Mankind’s legendary Hell in a Cell match take place?

    A. Boston

    B. Buffalo

    C. Pittsburgh

    D. Miami

    This was...

    Spoiler

    C! The two fought what is regarded as the greatest yet most brutal Hell in a Cell Match ever held, and it saw Mark Calaway (The Undertaker) throw Mick Foley (Mankind) off the top of the cell through an announcer's able, as well as through the cell itself and finally into a bed of thumbtacks. Foley suffered a concussion, a dislocated jaw and shoulder, bruised ribs, internal bleeding, puncture wounds, and had several teeth knocked out. Taker thought that Foley had been killed after the first bump.

    This week's winner is...

    Spoiler

    @Samurai Equine! Good work as always my friend!

    I hope you all enjoyed and that I see you next time. Until then, keep looking up!

    1. Windy Breeze
    2. Windy Breeze

      Windy Breeze

      Lol, I think I'm too drowsy to comprehend what i just did

  3. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Which of the following characters has never broken the fourth wall before?

    A. Hedley Lamarr

    B. Alan Harper

    C. Robin Scherbatsky 

    D. Basil
     

    This was…

    Spoiler

    B. Of all the above characters, only Alan has not broken the fourth wall at least once.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Where did the Undertaker and Mankind’s legendary Hell in a Cell match take place?

    A. Boston

    B. Buffalo

    C. Pittsburgh

    D. Miami

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      Ooh! Miami! :D

      ...

      ...

      Yeah, that's a complete guess. :blush:

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Not sure why, but an event like this sounds like the Pitts.

      --burgh. C is my answer. :squee:

  4. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Who of the following is not a playable character in the video game Bug Fables?

    A. Mothiva 

    B. Vi 

    C. Leif

    D. Kabbu 
     

    This was…

    Spoiler

    A! Vi, Leif, and Kabbu are all playable characters but Mothiva is not.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following characters has never broken the fourth wall before?

    A. Hedley Lamarr

    B. Alan Harper

    C. Robin Scherbatsky 

    D. Basil

     

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      My old strat has not been working lately... D?

  5. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

     

    How many light minutes does it take for photons from the sun to reach earth?

    A. 1 light minute

    B. 8.5 light minutes 

    C. 9.7 light minutes 

    D. 43 light minutes 

    this was…

    Spoiler

    B! It takes light from the sun approximately 8.5 minutes to reach Earth. So if the sun went out, we wouldn’t know it for approximately 8 1/2 minutes.

    Here comes today’s question:

    How many light minutes does it take to screw in a lightbulb

    Who of the following is not a playable character in the video game Bug Fables?

    A. Mothiva 

    B. Vi 

    C. Leif

    D. Kabbu 

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      Ummm... :huh:

      I have almost no idea. C?

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Going with C again.

  6. Hi n prime here is yesterday’s 

    What’s the fastest spinning pulsar that we know of called again?

    A. PSR J1748−2446ad

    B. PSR B1257+12

    CPSR J0250+5854

    DPSR B1919+21

    This was

    Spoiler

    A! This pulsar manages to spin approximately 716 times every second. I, ahem, “accidentally” left B italicized. How clumsy of me 😇

    Here comes today’s question:

    How many light minutes does it take for photons from the sun to reach earth?

    A. 1 light minute

    B. 8.5 light minutes 

    C. 9.7 light minutes 

    D. 43 light minutes 

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    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      It WAS a trap! I fell for it! :BornAgainBrony: ...Never again. :mellow:

      A?

    3. Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      @Totally Huey anything can be a unit of time when you write a trivia question while still sleeping.

    4. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      That's a very valid argument. :proud:

  7. Alright everyone, open wide for our first question of the week. Relatively simple one today:

    What’s the fastest spinning pulsar that we know of called again?

    A. PSR J1748−2446ad

    B. PSR B1257+12

    CPSR J0250+5854

    DPSR B1919+21

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      I... have absolutely no idea. :blink:

      Gonna guess D.

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      B? :ooh: It's italic, so I feel it may be a clue, or it may be a trap. Who knows.

  8. Here comes Friday's answer:

    In the popular movie Step Brothers, Dale mentions there is one rule in the house. What is his rule?

    A. Don’t touch my Drum set

    B. Don’t enter my room

    C. Don’t ever touch my clicker

    D. You can do karate in the garage only if I’m not in there

     

    This was...

    This week's winner is...

    Spoiler

    A two way tie between @Samurai Equine and @Totally Huey! Congratulations to you both, just for that you win flavored eye drops!

    I hope I see you guys for the next game. Until then, keep looking up!

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      Oh boy, what flavor? :pinkie:

  9. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Which of the following characters has never had a place in death battle on YouTube?

    A. Superman

    B. Sam Fisher

    C. Scrooge McDuck

    D. Amaterasu 
     

    This was...

    Spoiler

    D! Of all the choices, Ammy is the only one not yet in a death battle.

    Here comes today’s question:

    In the popular movie Step Brothers, Dale mentions there is one rule in the house. What is his rule?

    A. Don’t touch my Drum set

    B. Don’t enter my room

    C. Don’t ever touch my clicker

    D. You can do karate in the garage only if I’m not in there

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Never seen it. So~ Time to guess C again.

  10. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Which of the following is considered to be the first science fiction film?

    A. Le Voyage Dans La Lune

    B. Ladri di Biciclette

    C. A Girl and Her Trust

    D. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
    This was...

    Spoiler

    A! A Trip to the Moon is a 1902 film about exactly what you might think it’s about.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following characters has never had a place in death battle on YouTube?

    A. Superman

    B. Sam Fisher

    C. Scrooge McDuck

    D. Amaterasu 

    1. Dynamo Pad

      Dynamo Pad

      I'm going to go with choice letter D. 

    2. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      I'm also gonna go with D.

    3. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      I'm gonna go with D.

  11. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    The sun fuses hydrogen to helium in a process known as what?

    A. Triple Alpha 

    B. Proton-Proton chain

    C. CNO cycle

    D. Core collapse
     

    This was...

    Spoiler

    B! Stars like the sun fuse hydrogen into helium by way of the proton-proton chain. The other option is the CNO cycle, which is dominant in stars of greater mass.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following is considered to be the first science fiction film?

    A. Le Voyage Dans La Lune

    B. Ladri di Biciclette

    C. A Girl and Her Trust

    D. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

    1. Windy Breeze
    2. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      My gut tells me A.

    3. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      The crowd is telling me A.

  12. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Which of these is not a Sonic the Hedgehog video game?
    A. Sonic and the Black Knight
    B. Sonic's Schoolhouse
    C. Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car
    D. Sonic Crackers
    this was

    SpoilerD. Sonic Crackers is the working-title of a beta version of Knuckles' Chaotix. At first, the game was designed assuming it would be a Sonic game for the Sega 32X, but the Sonic Team changed their minds during the development process and gave the game to Knuckles and some new characters called the Chaotix instead. However, if you play the game, you can still see Sonic and Tails in the OP/ED title screens.

    Here comes today’s question:

    The sun fuses hydrogen to helium in a process known as what?

    A. Triple Alpha 

    B. Proton-Proton chain

    C. CNO cycle

    D. Core collapse

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    2. Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      I don’t know why it didn’t post. I put the spoiler in there. I’ll fix that as soon as I can 

    3. Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      Okay it won’t let me edit the post so here:

      Spoiler

      The answer is D. Sonic Crackers is the working-title of a beta version of Knuckles' Chaotix. At first, the game was designed assuming it would be a Sonic game for the Sega 32X, but the Sonic Team changed their minds during the development process and gave the game to Knuckles and some new characters called the Chaotix instead. However, if you play the game, you can still see Sonic and Tails in the OP/ED title screens.

       

    4. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Please be C!

  13. Alright, and here comes this week’s first question, submitted by @Samurai Equine:

    Which of these is not a Sonic the Hedgehog video game?
    A. Sonic and the Black Knight
    B. Sonic's Schoolhouse
    C. Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car
    D. Sonic Crackers

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Good luck to those who answer this one. :devious:

    2. Kujamih

      Kujamih

      All of it.

  14. Here comes Friday's answer:

    Which of the following objects has the largest apoapsis?

    A. 50000 Quaoar

    B. Pluto

    C. 90377 Sedna

    D. Comet Hale-Bopp

    This was...

    Spoiler

    C! Sedna's periapsis (nearest point) is around 76 AU, while its apoapsis (furthest point) is 937 AU, which works out to over 5 1/2 light days.

    This week's winner is...

    Spoiler

    A tie between @Samurai Equine and @lyrabetes3939! Now give each other pats on the back. Or else.

    I hope to see you guys next week for the next game. Until then, keep looking up!

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      :wacko: Or else, he says. *Gives @lyrabetes3939 a pat on the back*

  15. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

     

    In screen writing, the scene heading is also known as what?

    A. Slugline

    B. Nock

    C. Bertuzzi Line

    D. Mise en Scene 

    This was...

    Spoiler

    A! You can of course also call it the scene heading.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following objects has the largest apoapsis?

    A. 50000 Quaoar

    B. Pluto

    C. 90377 Sedna

    D. Comet Hale-Bopp

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Such language! :BornAgainBrony:

      No idea, so I'll go with C.

  16. Guys guys guys guys guys 

    I come bearing a gift. A very important one that required much travel. I had to reach the north, where the sky kisses the land and I had to prove I was worthy to the council.

    but I got it:

    Spoiler

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    2. Totally Huey
    3. Sparklefan1234
    4. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Holy double identities, Batman! Are you the same Steve? Am I the same Samurai? :BornAgainBrony:

  17. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Which of the following was NOT the name of a screensaver?

    A. Daredevil Dan

    B. You Bet Your Head!

    C. After Dark

    D. Flying Toasters
    This was...

    Spoiler

    C! Daredevil Dan, You Bet Your Head!, and Flying Toasters are all screensavers, but After Dark is a collection of screensavers and not a screensaver in and of itself.

    Here comes today’s question:

    In screen writing, the scene heading is also known as what?

    A. Slugline

    B. Nock

    C. Bertuzzi Line

    D. Mise en Scene 

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    2. lyrabetes3939
    3. Cash_In

      Cash_In

      I'm pretty sure it's A. Slugline is an awesome name.

    4. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      A. This sounds oddly familiar...

  18. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    What was the first international hotel chain?

    A. Red Roof

    B. Hilton

    C. The Marriott

     D. Four Points

    This was...

    Spoiler

    B! Apparently the Hilton was the first international hotel. Good for them.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following was NOT the name of a screensaver?

    A. Daredevil Dan

    B. You Bet Your Head!

    C. After Dark

    D. Flying Toasters

    1. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      This is a tough one... A?

    2. Samurai Equine
  19. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    The comic strip series The Far Side came from an earlier release called what?

    A. Dennis the Menace

    B. Nature’s Way 

    C. Bazooka Joe and his Gang

    D. Night of the Crash Test Dummies
     

    This was...

    Spoiler

    B! Before it became “The Far Side” at the end of 1979, it was Nature’s Way. Larson was suggested the name by the syndicate, and remarked “[They] could have called it ‘Revenge of the Zucchini People’ for all I cared.”

    Here comes today’s question:

    What was the first international hotel chain?

    A. Red Roof

    B. Hilton

    C. The Marriott

     D. Four Points

     

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      My gut tells me it's not A... so I'm guessing A.

    2. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      I'll go with B.

    3. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      C! Looks like it's anyone's game. :devious:

  20. Here comes today’s question:

    The comic strip series The Far Side came from an earlier release called what?

    A. Dennis the Menace

    B. Nature’s Way 

    C. Bazooka Joe and his Gang

    D. Night of the Crash Test Dummies

    1. Kyoshi

      Kyoshi

      This sounds soooooooooooo familiar to me. Gonna guess B. 

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      D, maybe?

  21. Here comes Friday’s answer:

    Pulsars constantly slow down their spin but occasionally they speed back up again. This is a process known as a what?

    A. Starquake

    B. Type-Ia Supernova

    C. Glitch

    D. Magnetar

    This was...

    Spoiler

    C! The cause of a glitch is not known, but it is believed to have something to do with a shift in the internal structure of the pulsar or the crust cracks. Starquakes have also been suspected.

    This week’s winner is...

    Spoiler

    @lyrabetes3939 and @Samurai Equine! Congratulations to you both, have a laurel and a hearty handshake!

    I hope I see you guys next time. Until then, keep looking up!

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      What was that you said? A yanny and hearty handshake? :ooh:

  22. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    What was the name of the play Lincoln was watching on the night he was assassinated?

    A. Julius Caesar 

    B. Our American Cousin

    C. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

    D. Hamlet
     

    This was...

    Spoiler

    B! John Wilkes Booth timed his shot to the funniest line in the play, knowing there would be uproarious laughter that would muffle it. Lincoln was laughing at the line when he was shot, and lost consciousness with a smile still on his face.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Pulsars constantly slow down their spin but occasionally they speed back up again. This is a process known as a what?

    A. Starquake

    B. Type-Ia Supernova

    C. Glitch

    D. Magnetar

    1. lyrabetes3939
    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Glad to see you asking questions like this, bro. :eager:

      Umm... No idea, so I'll go with my usual tactic. C.

  23. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Which of the following was the last film that Charlie Chaplin's Tramp character appeared in?

    A. Easy Street

    B. Kid Auto Races at Venice

    C. City Lights

    D. Modern Times
     

    This was...

    Spoiler

    D! Because it’s a partial talkie, it’s also considered one of the last proper silent films. Chaplin later expressed regret that he got rid of the tramp, because he felt there was room for the character in the atomic age.

    Here comes today’s question:

    What was the name of the play Lincoln was watching on the night he was assassinated?

    A. Julius Caesar 

    B. Our American Cousin

    C. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

    D. Hamlet

    1. AppleButt

      AppleButt

      I think maybe it was D.  Probably not though lol.  I don’t really remember.

    2. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      That's easy, it was B. :proud:

    3. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Not sure... A, maybe? The irony if it was.

  24. Here comes yesterday's answer:

    Our sun is destined to become which of the following?

    A. White dwarf

    B. Red dwarf

    C. Neutron star

    D. Black hole

    This was...

    Spoiler

    A! A white dwarf is a stellar remnant that is about the size of the Earth which gradually cools down. It is theorized that, over trillions of years, a white dwarf will cool to the point it emits no heat and becomes known as a black dwarf, but because the universe is only approximately 14 billion years old, no black dwarfs yet exist.

    Here comes today's question:

    Which of the following was the last film that Charlie Chaplin's Tramp character appeared in?

    A. Easy Street

    B. Kid Auto Races at Venice

    C. City Lights

    D. Modern Times

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      No idea. A is the only one that sounds familiar.

  25. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Known for his power over stamina and a match with a stuntman/actor in a department store, this boxer got into the sport in part due to bullying over his weight.

    A. Mike Tyson

    B. Eric Esch

    C. Luis Rodriguez

    D. Bob Fitzsimmons

    This was...

    Spoiler

    B! Eric Esch, better known as Butterbean, is notorious for his brutal punches at the expense of stamina- he is best in early rounds and declines the longer a fight goes on. He fought Johnny Knoxville in a department store in a certain movie, which resulted in Knoxville getting knocked out and splitting his head on the way to the floor. 

    Here comes today’s question:

    Our sun is destined to become which of the following?

    A. White dwarf

    B. Red dwarf

    C. Neutron star

    D. Black hole

    1. TomDaBombMLP

      TomDaBombMLP

      Finally! :pinkie: One that I think I know! :twismile:
      I’m pretty certain it’s A. :mlp_rarity:

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      I've mostly heard A.

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