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- In honor of the Spring 1966 champions, Garfield:
What is the longest body part in the comic strip "Garfield"?
- In honor of the Winter 1966 champions, Carter:
Dr. Mark Greene died of cancer, and Dr. Romano was crushed by a falling, flaming helicopter. What was Dr. John Carter's closest brush with death in his many seasons on ER?
- In honor of the Spring 1967 champions, Carter:
Most of the clocks on "The X-Files" always show the same time. What time, and what is its significance?
- In honor of the Winter 1967 champions, Carter:
According to at least one Springfield resident, what three words best describe Jimmy Carter?
- In honor of the Spring 1968 champions, Morgan:
Who is the wife of Tommy Flanagan?
- In honor of the Winter 1968 champions, Carter:
In the winter of 1968, what song that made Billboard's "Christmas Singles" chart was released by a Carter?
- In honor of the Spring 1969 champions, Williams B:
Who did John Candy play on the "Sammy Maudlin Show" sketches from SCTV?
- In honor of the Winter 1969 champions, Gladden:
Who had the most RBI in the 1987 World Series?
- In honor of the Winter 1970 champions, The Grand Duchy of Fenwick:
The Duchy of Grand Fenwick was the teeny-tiny country in "The Mouse That Roared." What real-life teeny-tiny nation is it now possible to rent (yes, you can RENT a country)?
- In honor of the Spring 1971 champions, Xanadu:
The film "Citizen Kane" begins, and ends, in the dark rooms of Xanadu. That's Charles Foster Kane's palatial hideaway. As his marriage deteriorated there, what tabletop activity passed the time?
- In honor of the Winter 1971 champions, The Free Tumblers :
A man named Vinko gave America a weekly thrill for years. How?
- In honor of the Spring 1972 champions, the Bayonettes:
It wasn't a bayonet, but it did the job. What cartoon character met his end from being stabbed in the head by a screwdriver-wielding ostrich?
- In honor of the Winter 1972 champions, Wham-o:
Who was the first big leaguer to be struck out by wunderkind Roy Hobbs?
- In honor of the Spring 1973 champions, the Great Impostor:
In "Terminator 2," the T2 kills John Connor's stepmother and adopts her body and voice. So the T1 copies John Connor's voice. How does the original Terminator prove they're not dealing with the real stepmom?
- In honor of the Winter 1973 champions, BOMO:
The name "BOMO" came from a mispronuciation of Bonomo Turkish Taffy. What was the most notable mispronunciation made by President John F. Kennedy?
- In honor of the Spring 1974 champions, General Bumble:
An inept British colonial officer had his men construct Fort Wilderness in a valley. Bad idea. The position was so poor that when it was attacked by the French, they refused to slaughter the British, allowing them instead to swallow defeat and depart in disgrace. It is believed this humiliating debacle was why the officer never received a commission in the British Army. What became of this incompetent bumbler?
- In honor of the Winter 1974 champions, House of Gee:
Who is this, and what is to become of him? (SHOWN: Edward Gorey drawing of a small boy crawling underneath a room-sized carpet.)
- In honor of the Spring 1975 champions, Son of Wham-o:
Who is the only person to reach Billboard's Top 10 twice, singing two completely different songs that shared an identical title (and the tunes were just 5 years apart, too)?
- In honor of the Winter 1975 champions, General Bumble:
Once a year, TV features a rampaging Bumble. Where?
- In honor of the Spring 1976 champions, BOMO:
A hugely significant cultural event in Mali is the fishing ceremony that takes place in the sacred pond of Nienuercoura. What is this ceremony called?
- In honor of the Winter 1976 champions, Buda Bear:
Where can you find the original Winnie-the-Pooh doll and his stuffed friends?
- In honor of the Spring 1977 champions, General Morgasm:
What is Rob Reiner's mother's most famous line of dialogue?
- In honor of the Winter 1977 champions, Alphabet Soup:
Name two other children's songs that use the same tune as the Alphabet Song?
- In honor of the Spring 1978 champions, BOMO:
What #1 R&B record had a song title identical to the artist, AND the album it was on?
- In honor of the Winter 1978 champions, Maximus Drott:
In "Gladiator," Maximus boasts to Lucius about the quality of the horses depicted on his breastplate. What is the English translation of the two horses' names?
- In honor of the Spring 1979 champions, Alphabet Soup:
Elaine cracks the Soup Nazi's secret recipes. What four soup varieties are specifically mentioned?
- In honor of the Winter 1979 champions, The Pros from Dover:
The NCAA allows students to compete in only one sport as a professional, while retaining their amateur status for continued collegiate competition. Which?
- In honor of the Spring 1980 champions, The Cunning Linguists:
Draw the human tongue and label its tastebuds.
- In honor of the Winter 1980 champions, Grape Nehi:
Why would Williams students have a particular distaste for Charles Emerson Winchester III?
- In honor of the Spring 1981 champions, Phasers On Stun:
The classic waking-up-with-Emily ending of "Newhart" occurred following a head injury. What?
- In honor of the Winter 1981 champions, The Singleman Party:
Name the famous boyfriends of the following women:
- Sandy Bentley--
- Mandy Bentley--
- Brande Roderick--
- Kimberley Stanfeld--
- Stephanie Heinrich--
- Tina Jordan--
- Jessica Paisley--
- In honor of the Spring 1982 champions, Local 12:
What EC Comics story ends with a former Nazi commandant slipping and falling in front of a subway train?
- In honor of the Winter 1982 champions, Smedley Terrace:
What is the name of the building which produced all the Bugs Bunny cartoons?
- In honor of the Spring 1983 champions, Phasers On Stun:
What is the 9th-best pick up line by a space alien?
- In honor of the Winter 1983 champions, Rule Six:
What do the following philosophers have in common: Plato, Aquinas, Descartes, Hobbes, Kant, Nietzsche, Sartre, Locke, Spinoza, Voltaire, Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard, Wittgenstein, St. Augustine, Pascal, and Hume?
- In honor of the Spring 1984 champions, Chicago 60609:
What was the greatest disaster to occur on October 9, 1871?
- In honor of the Winter 1984 champions, Nasty Big Pointed Teeth:
We live in partisan times. But for what action in 2003 did a grateful America say, in unison, "Thank you, Montecore"?
- In honor of the Spring 1985 champions, Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius:
What four geniuses participated in the "Star Trek" poker game?
- In honor of the Winter 1985 champions, My Second Favorite Organ:
What hymn, provided by Bart Simpson, caused the church organist to collapse from exhaustion? Who wrote it?
- In honor of the Spring 1986 champions, The Giant Pygmies of Beckles:
Who was the shortest player to hit 500 home runs?
- In honor of the Winter 1986 champions, We Begin Bombing in Five Minutes:
What has ranged from 11:43 to 11:58?
- In honor of the Spring 1987 champions, I Don't Have To Answer That Question:
"The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments 2" finally settled a decades-old controversy. What?
- In honor of the Winter 1987 champions, A Judo, A Chop-Chop-Chop:In Japan, the hand can be used like a knife. But you still can't do what with it?
- In honor of the Spring 1988 champions, Silly Me, That's Not The Talking End:
From where did Mel Brooks get the name for the Governor, in "Blazing Saddles"?
- In honor of the Winter 1988 champions, Leave The Gun, Take The Cannolis:
Where is Michael's gun hidden in the Italian restaurant in "The Godfather"?
- In honor of the Spring 1989 champions, Harry "Snapper" Organs:
What is Harry Truman's middle name?
- In honor of the Winter 1989 champions, Son, You've Got a Panty On Your Head:
The movie "Raising Arizona" employed 15 babies to play the roles of the Arizona quintuplets. However, one of the 15 was fired during filming for picking up a bad habit. Why?
- In honor of the Spring 1990 champions, Oxygen Is For Losers!:
What is Steve Bartman's claim to infamy?
- In honor of the Winter 1990 champions, Five Is Right Out:
According to a recent physics study, this is estimated to be 24 mph. What?
- In honor of the Spring 1991 champions, Phasers On Stun: The Next Generation:
What unique historical significance does John Scott Harrison have?
- In honor of the Winter 1991 champions, Not Everyone Keeps Their Genitals In The Same Place:
Where does the guy in King Missile discover his detached penis?
- In honor of the Spring 1992 champions, Phasers On Stun: The Next Generation:
Why did the BBC ban the Who song "My Generation"?
- In honor of the Winter 1992 champions, Your Plastic Pal Who's Fun To Be With:
Where is the emergency inflation device located in the film "Airplane!"?
- In honor of the Spring 1993 champions, The Purpose of the Military is to Kill People and to Break Things:
What song precipitated the greatest escalation of violence at Woodstock 3?
- In honor of the Winter 1993 champions, Oh No, Bette Midler!:
On Johnny Carson's next-to-last show, what did Bette Midler do? Who repeated the favor for Larry Sanders?
- In honor of the Spring 1994 champions, How DARE They Challenge Us With Their Primitive Skills?:
Who was the first European baby born on American soil?
- In honor of the Winter 1994 champions, Can't.....Do......Plaid..... (thud):
Jerry Lawler said of Mick Foley, "That's it, he's dead." What was the circumstance?
- In honor of the Spring 1995 champions, Elvis Needs Boats!:
Elvis Is Everywhere? Er, not quite. In fact, the King only set foot in two countries during his life. Which?
- In honor of the Winter 1995 champions, A Bunch of Mindless Jerks Who'll Be First Up Against the Wall When the Revolution Comes:
The "Revolution" TV ad for Nike sportswear angered Paul McCartney, but enriched Michael Jackson. What two Top 10 hits did the dueling copyright holders co-record?
- In honor of the Spring 1996 champions, We Make Holes In Teeth!:
Is it safe?
- In honor of the Winter 1996 champions, Gentle Tongue-Tongue, He Weeps, For He Has But One Tongue With Which to Taste an Entire World:
In "The Tick" animated series, what changes to The City's sky view result from the nefarious deeds of Chairface Chippendale?
- In honor of the Spring 1997 champions, Chthulu Matata:
When he's not out causing ha-ha-havoc, where does the Joker most often hang his hat?
- In honor of the Winter 1997 champions, A Dead Postman Doesn't Deliver Much Mail:
What do Cary Grant, Tony Curtis, and Joan Crawford have in common (under previous names)?
- In honor of the Spring 1998 champions, At 200 MPH, There Is No Diplomatic Immunity:
Circle, circle, dot, dot. What have you just been vaccinated against?
- In honor of the Winter 1998 champions, I've Got Ives in My Pants:
Ho, ho, the mistletoe. Says who?
- In honor of the Spring 1999 champions, Pokemon Labolatory:
Who supplies the brain in "Young Frankenstein"?
- In honor of the Winter 1999 champions, Make Way for Ducklings, Motherfucker:
Oedipus is blind. What other disability did he have?
- In honor of the Spring 2000 champions, The Funk of 40,000 Years:
Michael Jackson hired John Landis to direct "Thriller" based on one of his earlier films. Which movie?
- In honor of the Winter 2000 champions, Holy Sack and the Resident Vomit Specialist:
In what movie does the title character explode a filled barf bag on an airplane? In what movie does Steve Martin get vomited on?
- In honor of the Spring 2001 champions, I Say It's Duck Season and I Say "Fire!":
What highly specific trouble plagues Daffy Duck during his ill-fated "Shoot him now!/Rabbit season!" exchanges?
- In honor of the Winter 2001 champions, Neutered Vampires Who Cheat at Kitten Poker:
On "Buffy The Vampire Slayer", Spike used to be William, who was what precise type of poet?
- In honor of the Spring 2002 champions, Joanie Loves Trotsky:
In which 2002 film did the title character have an affair with Leon Trotsky?
- In honor of the Winter 2002 champions, Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil Mutant Hellbound Zombified Flesh-Eating Subhumanoid Living Dead (Part IV):
What is the longest movie title to win Best Picture?
- In honor of the Spring 2003 champions, Click Here to Get Huge:
In "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," what did Violet eat to get huge?
- Write a trivia question in honor of the team that's gonna win tonight.