Quizmasters Lee & Marc continue their discussion on scoring methodology.
- What band had albums such as Ghost in the Machine, Regatta de Blanc and Synchronicity?
- What are the names of the three main robots that inhabit the Sattelite of Love in the sci-fi comedy series Mystery Science Theater 3000?
- The law passed in 1873 that called for the “suppression of trade in and the circulation of of obscene literature and articles of immoral use” was called what?
- An anemometer is a scientific instrument used to measure what, replacing the Beaufort scale?
- Which element appears ninth on the periodic table?
- Before Baseball took the lead, what sport was considered to be the national past time, packing the original Madison Square Garden with spectators on April 10, 1880 for a six-day long event? Round Two
- What is the name of the lamp mascot featured in the Pixar logo?
- Who was the first U.S. President to be born in California?
- Samurai follow an unwritten code of morals, meaning “way of the warrior”, which translates to what word in Japanese?
- During which war was Joan of Arc burned at the stake?
- According to superstition, what item of clothing is unlucky to leave on a bed?
- In 1917, Finland declared its independence from what country? Final Question
- In The Bible, what is the first plague of Egypt?
- Which musical artist was Weird Al instructed by lawyers to not look at during the American Music Awards, to which the parody artist responded by sending the same instructions back?
- On the last episode, Lee sang the theme to the movie “Waiting to Exhale” and credited it to Toni Braxton. It was, in fact, performed by Whitney Houston. – Submitted by Jamie
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- Which rock star of Jewish-descent is related to the beloved weatherman Al Roker? – Submitted by Gil