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  1. Here comes Friday's question:

    Which of the following characters improvised over 50% of his lines in the movie Full Metal Jacket?

    A. Joker

    B. Pvt. Pyle

    C. Animal Mother

    D. Gny. Sgt. Hartman

    This was...

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    D! Hartman the drill sergeant was played by R. Lee Emery, and especially during the roasting scenes, his lines were mostly improvised. Emery had been a drill instructor in the past and channeled his old career into the role. Pvt. Pyle among other characters look very close to busting out laughing in several scenes where he's shouting insults at them, and it's said that Kubrick was stifling his laughter behind the cameras as well.

    This week's winner is...

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    @Samurai Equine with a perfect week! Good job!

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

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Oops. I did it again. Sorry... :blush:

  2. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    *haphazardly tosses a bag of garbage onto the table*

    Okay, here’s what I’ve got for you today:

    A plane ticket, a bag of money, and an old parachute.

    Who does this trash belong to?

    A. D. B. Cooper

    B. Jimmy Hoffa 

    C. Elizabeth Ann Duncan 

    D. Doc Holliday

    This was…

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    A! Of the listed, the only one with any relation to it was D. B. Cooper.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following characters improvised over 50% of his lines in the movie Full Metal Jacket?

    A. Joker

    B. Pvt. Pyle

    C. Animal Mother

    D. Gny. Sgt. Hartman

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Please let it be D.

  3. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    Which of the following is an example of a laconic phrase?

    A. Racecar

    B. Come and take them

    C. Yahoo

    D. Je ne sais quoi 

    This was…

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    B! A famous example of a laconic phrase uttered by Leonidas during the battle of Thermopylae.

    Here comes today’s question:

    *haphazardly tosses a bag of garbage onto the table*

    Okay, here’s what I’ve got for you today:

    A plane ticket, a bag of money, and an old parachute.

    Who does this trash belong to?

    A. D. B. Cooper

    B. Jimmy Hoffa 

    C. Elizabeth Ann Duncan 

    D. Doc Holliday

    1. AppleButt

      AppleButt

      A.  D. B. Cooper 

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Awesome. :proud:

      I'll also go with A.

  4. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    Which of the following is a synonym for Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis?

    A. Tuberculosis 

    B. The common cold

    C. Black lung

    D. Titin 

    This was…

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    C! It means black lung.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following is an example of a laconic phrase?

    A. Racecar

    B. Come and take them

    C. Yahoo

    D. Je ne sais quoi 

  5. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

     

    Originally being designed as an expansion for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, this project was ultimately scrapped in favor of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask:

    A. Ura Zelda

    B. Zelda 64

    C. The Legend of Zelda III: The Triforce Saga

    D. Zelda Gaiden

    This was…

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    A! Ura Zelda was the name given to an expansion for Ocarina of Time that was to be made for the Nintendo 64 disk drive. Because the N64DD was a commercial failure, and the team was not terribly happy with Ura Zelda, it was scrapped on the condition that a new Zelda game be made. Hence, Majora’s Mask.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following is a synonym for Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis?

    A. Tuberculosis 

    B. The common cold

    C. Black lung

    D. Titin 

    1. AppleButt

      AppleButt

      B. Cause that’d be kinda funny.  

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      C? Complete guess.

  6. Here comes the first question of the week:

    Originally being designed as an expansion for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, this project was ultimately scrapped in favor of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask:

    A. Ura Zelda

    B. Zelda 64

    C. The Legend of Zelda III: The Triforce Saga

    D. Zelda Gaiden

    1. Cash_In

      Cash_In

      A. Ura Zelda.

      I'm going with A, but if not, it's definitely D.

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      I shall also go with A.

  7. Here comes Friday'sanswer:
     

    Looks like we have an old CB radio, a seeing eye dog, and a toy truck.

    Which of the following musicians does this trash most likely belong to?

    A. Sonny Landreth 

    B. Red Sovine

    C. Gram Parsons

    D. Emmylou Harris

    This was...

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    B! Sovine was a known trucker musician who received renown for his hit, Teddy Bear. Little Joe was the name of another such song about a dog and its truck driver owner.

    This week's winner is...

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    @Samurai Equine! You're unstoppable. Who will topple the champion?

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

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    2. TomDaBombMLP

      TomDaBombMLP

      @Samurai Equine I'd try if I actually knew any of these questions! :ButtercupLaugh:

    3. Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      @TomDaBombMLP Doesn’t hurt to make a guess!

       I promise if you get a negative score and owe me points, I accept cash or money orders.

    4. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      @TomDaBombMLP *Secretly passes you a Google* Don't worry, I won't tell a soul. ;)

  8. I have been given a top secret mission from someone who is totally to be kept secret. It is time to complete said mission:

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    Bam. The mission has been completed.

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    Happy Friday everyone! Be safe and enjoy. The weekend is upon us!

     

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    2. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      Woo! Happy dancing friends! :yay:

      Happy Friday! :squee:

      *joins the dance*

    3. Dark Horse

      Dark Horse

      Happy Friday, Tuna! :mlp_yeehaa:

    4. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Congratulations, soldier. You deserve a medal for this.

  9. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    The painting of “Death playing chess”, which was made c AD 1480, is cited as the inspiration for which of the following films?

    A. Rashomon 

    B. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

    C. The Phantom Chariot

    D. The Seventh Seal

    This was…

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    D! One of the main plot points of the film involves a knight playing a game of chess with death, with the condition that he lives for as long as he can stand against death, and if he wins, he is spared.

    Here comes today’s question, and I’ve brought with me some garbage to look at. And no I don’t mean Evan Almighty.

    Looks like we have an old CB radio, a seeing eye dog, and a toy truck.

    Which of the following musicians does this trash most likely belong to?

    A. Sonny Landreth 

    B. Red Sovine

    C. Gram Parsons

    D. Emmylou Harris

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      LOL! We share the same thoughts about Evan Almighty. :ButtercupLaugh:

      Hmm... I have no idea who this could be, but since no one else has answered, I guess it's up to me to close things out. I am going to guess... D! Because that's the only name I recognize.

  10. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    “Quote the raven, ‘nevermore’”.

    Which of those words is not the proper one from Edgar Allan Poe’s famous poem?

    A. Quote

    B. The

    C. Raven

    D. Nevermore 

    This was…
     

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    A! The poem uses the word ‘Quoth’, not ‘Quote.’ 

    And you can quoth me on that.

     

    Here comes today’s question:

    The painting of “Death playing chess”, which was made c AD 1480, is cited as the inspiration for which of the following films?

    A. Rashomon 

    B. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

    C. The Phantom Chariot

    D. The Seventh Seal

    1. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      Never heard of any of these, but my gut is telling me it's C.

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      I'll randomly go with A.

  11. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    The novel Billy Budd involves the eponymous character Billy Budd being impressed into service on which of the following vessels?

    A. The Rights of Man

    B. HMHS Brittanic 

    C. HMS Bellipotent 

    D. Monitor

    This was…

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    C! Budd comes from a smaller merchant ship named The Rights of Man.

    Here comes today’s question:

    “Quote the raven, ‘nevermore’”.

    Which of those words is not the proper one from Edgar Allan Poe’s famous poem?

    A. Quote

    B. The

    C. Raven

    D. Nevermore 

    1. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      That's easy, it's A. It should be "quoth", not "quote". :toldya:

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Easy come, easy go I guess.

      A.

  12. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    In the popular television series Archer, character Pam Poovey has a stanza from this poem tattooed on her back:

    A. The Destruction of Sennacherib 

    B. The Road Not Taken

    C. S/Z

    D. The Morning After I Killed Myself

    This was…
     

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    A! If you’re curious, the stanza goes as follows:

    For the Angel of Death spread His wings on the blast,

    And breathed in the face of the foe as he passed;

    And the eyes of the sleepers waxed deadly and chill,

    And their hearts but once heaved, and for ever grew still!

     

    Here comes today’s question:

    The novel Billy Budd involves the eponymous character Billy Budd being impressed into service on which of the following vessels?

    A. The Rights of Man

    B. HMHS Brittanic 

    C. HMS Bellipotent 

    D. Monitor

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Awesome! I got it on a complete guess! :kirin:

      Hmm... I'll go with B.

  13. Here comes the first question of the week:

    In the popular television series Archer, character Pam Poovey has a stanza from this poem tattooed on her back:

    A. The Destruction of Sennacherib 

    B. The Road Not Taken

    C. S/Z

    D. The Morning After I Killed Myself

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      I gotta go with my jellies, and the jellies say B.

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Randomly guessing A because I'm in an A mood!

    3. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      I don't know, maybe C?

  14. Here comes Friday’s answer:

    Which of the following ships sunk rammed and sunk a U boat?

    A. Titanic 

    B. Olympic

    C. Queen Anne’s Revenge

    D. Adventure
    This was…

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    B! The Olympic is the only one listed to have sunk a U Boat. I don’t think they even existed yet during the time of Adventure and Queen Anne’s Revenge, which were the names given to pirate Edward Teach’s boats, more commonly known as Blackbeard.

    This week’s winner is…

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    @Samurai Equine! And so the streak remains intact.

    I hope you had fun and to see you next time. Until then, keep looking up!

    1. Pandora

      Pandora

      grats samurai! :3

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Awesome! :BrightMacContent:

      I'd just like to thank everyone that got me this far and everyone that believed in me. We did it, everyone! Mission accomplished.

  15. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    Okay, kangaroo, peanut, Albert Einstein, or Uranus.

    Was first discovered in March of 1781.

    Okay, is that…

    A. Kangaroo 

    B. Peanut

    C. Albert Einstein 

    D. Uranus

    This was…

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    D! Uranus was discovered in 1781 by William Herschel.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following ships sunk rammed and sunk a U boat?

    A. Titanic 

    B. Olympic

    C. Queen Anne’s Revenge

    D. Adventure

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    2. Pandora

      Pandora

      welp seems like tom knows so B - they deserve that win..

      though the queen anne's revenge sounds cool XD

    3. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      Tom seems to know what he's talking about here, so I'll also say B.

    4. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      B. Because I TOTALLY knew that without reading the other comments. ...Totally... :sealed:

  16. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

    *tosses a garbage bag on the table*

    Looks like I have a flier for an old spelling bee, a ticket to radio city music hall, and a video tape labeled “Moon landing”.

    Which comedian does this trash belong to?

    A. Demetri Martin

    B. John Pinette

    C. Dane Cook

    D. Brian Regan
     

    This was…

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    D. These clues either describe some of his routines or where one of his shows took place.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Okay, kangaroo, peanut, Albert Einstein, or Uranus.

    Was first discovered in March of 1781.

    Okay, is that…

    A. Kangaroo 

    B. Peanut

    C. Albert Einstein 

    D. Uranus

    1. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      I think that would be D.

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Holy moly, I actually got one of those! :BornAgainBrony:

      By process of elimination, I say... D.

  17. Here comes yesterday’s answer:

     

    There is a countdown from 50 to 1 in the background of some shots in How I Met Your Mother Episode “Bad News”. This usage appears to be an allusion to which of the following films?

    A. Drowning By Numbers

    B. Days of Heaven

    C. Sarrasine 

    D. Casablanca 

    this was…

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    A! The numbers appear on literature, signs, or otherwise in the background. After 1, character Marshall receives some very bad news right after receiving some excellent news. The finale of the episode was kept secret from the cast members until they did the take. The actor’s reactions are genuine.

    Here comes today’s question:

    *tosses a garbage bag on the table*

    Looks like I have a flier for an old spelling bee, a ticket to radio city music hall, and a video tape labeled “Moon landing”.

    Which comedian does this trash belong to?

    A. Demetri Martin

    B. John Pinette

    C. Dane Cook

    D. Brian Regan

  18. Alright, here comes today’s question:

    There is a countdown from 50 to 1 in the background of some shots in How I Met Your Mother Episode “Bad News”. This usage appears to be an allusion to which of the following films?

    A. Drowning By Numbers

    B. Days of Heaven

    C. Sarrasine 

    D. Casablanca 

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      My gut tells me B, and I dare not question it.

    2. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      I'll go with B as well.

    3. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      The crowd says B, so I shall too.

  19. Here comes Friday's answer:

    The blood used in the shower scene in Psycho was really what?

    A. Sheep’s blood

    B. Chocolate syrup

    C. Melted ice cream

    D. Corn starch and food coloring

    This was...

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    B! Because the film was in black and white, chocolate syrup looked more realistic in consistency as a substitute for blood.

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    I hope you all had fun and to see you next time. There may not be a question tomorrow. Until next time, ,keep looking up!

    1. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      Oh yay! The winner has been posted! And it's hidden behind a spoiler tag, as usual. :kirin:

      *One Click Later*

      ...Oh, multiple spoiler tags? Well how bad can it be? :adorkable:

      *Seven Clicks Later*

      :crackle: Eh. Nevermind. Fort Knox can have its gold.

  20. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    The Teddy bear is allegedly named after who of the following?

    A. Teddy Edwards

    B. Teddy Bridgewater

    C. Teddy Roosevelt

    D. John “Teddy” Pinkerton 

    This was…

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    C! Which for some reason doesn’t surprise me.

    Here comes today’s question:

    The blood used in the shower scene in Psycho was really what?

    A. Sheep’s blood

    B. Chocolate syrup

    C. Melted ice cream

    D. Corn starch and food coloring

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    2. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

      This just sounds like D.

    3. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      B. Again I say, thank you ERB for being surprisingly educational. :ticking:

    4. Widdershins

      Widdershins

      I agree on D. I'm well familiar with tasting the consistency of all the options on that question.

  21. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    The dead man’s hand is a poker hand named for a pair of aces and eights and unknown hole card which were held by which folk hero at the time of his death?

    A. “Buffalo Bill” Cody

    B. “Doc” Holliday 

    C. Wyatt Earp

    D. “Wild Bill” Hickok 

    This was…

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    D! Wild Bill was holding this hand when he was fatally shot.

    Here comes today’s question:

    The Teddy bear is allegedly named after who of the following?

    A. Teddy Edwards

    B. Teddy Bridgewater

    C. Teddy Roosevelt

    D. John “Teddy” Pinkerton 

    1. Totally Huey

      Totally Huey

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      C :proud:

       

    2. lyrabetes3939

      lyrabetes3939

      C! That's an easy one. :mlp_icwudt:

    3. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      C. Thank you, ERB. :mlp_yeehaa:

  22. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    Which of the following types of shot is an example of b roll footage?

    A. Two

    B. Master 

    C. Atmospheric 

    D. Profile 

    This was…

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    C! B roll is supplemental footage meant to be intercut in with main shots. Of those listed, Atmospheric is considered b roll.

    Here comes today’s question:

    The dead man’s hand is a poker hand named for a pair of aces and eights and unknown hole card which were held by which folk hero at the time of his death?

    A. “Buffalo Bill” Cody

    B. “Doc” Holliday 

    C. Wyatt Earp

    D. “Wild Bill” Hickok 

    1. Cash_In

      Cash_In

      D. Heard about in a recent video I watched.

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      D. Because I'm TOTALLY not copying answers. :sunbutt:

  23. Here comes yesterday’s question:

    Which play was Lincoln watching when he was assassinated?

    A. Our American Cousin

    B. Julius Caesar 

    C. Rabbit Hole

    D. Death of a Salesman 

    This was…

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    A! He was laughing at one of the funniest lines in the play when he was shot.

    Here comes today’s question:

    Which of the following types of shot is an example of b roll footage?

    A. Two

    B. Master 

    C. Atmospheric 

    D. Profile 

  24. Actual conversation with my friend:

    Friend: ”I’m going to live with a bear named Robotron.”

    Mutual friend: ”What”

    Friend: ”Robotron!!!!!!!”

    Friend: “idk it’s his name.”

    Friend: “like the name God gave him”

    Anyway here’s a picture of Robotron:

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    1. Widdershins

      Widdershins

      I mean, you gonna question the bear? Bear don’t care what its named.

    2. Samurai Equine

      Samurai Equine

      The name feels like a reference to something.

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