Wednesday, January 04, 2006
On this day:

Tuesday Trivia

(Answers below)

  1. Name the only two professional football players who have won back-to-back Super Bowl MVP awards.
  2. 90% of Canadians live within 100 miles of what?
  3. What is the MGM lion's name?
  4. A cat's whiskers aid its sense of what?
  5. Name the Fantastic Four.
  6. How many games of Monday Night Football did ABC air prior to its cancellation this year?
  7. What is the only letter not to appear in the name of any U.S. state?
  8. Bob Woodward's book Wired was written about what comedian?
  9. What was the first fast food hamburger chain?
  10. What is the only Zodiac sign with four legs and no tail?
  11. What blues singer was killed by his own father?
  12. How many dots are on a Twister mat?
  13. What Disney movie was the Disneyland ride "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride" based on?
  14. Name four major stars of St. Elmo's Fire besides Rob Lowe.
  15. Who is the only quarterback in NFL history to throw at least one touchdown pass for 19 straight seasons?
  16. What was Ed Norton's occupation on the classic TV series The Honeymooners?
  17. What plant has the largest seed?
  18. Who was Dick Tracey's girlfriend?
  19. What was William Frederic Cody's nickname?

  1. Bart Starr (Super Bowls I and II) and Terry Bradshaw (Super Bowls XIII and XIV).
  2. The U.S. border.
  3. Leo.
  4. Touch.
  5. Mr. Fantastic, the Thing, the Human Torch, and the Invisible Girl.
  6. 555.
  7. Q.
  8. John Belushi.
  9. White Castle, which opened its first store in Wichita, Kansas in 1921.
  10. Gemini, the Twins.
  11. Marvin Gaye.
  12. 24.
  13. "Wind in the Willows"
  14. Emilio Estevez, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, Mare Winningham.
  15. Vinny Testaverde, who did it this season.
  16. Sanitation worker. He worked for the NYC Sewer Department.
  17. The coconut palm.
  18. Tess Trueheart.
  19. "Buffalo Bill."