Los Angeles, Cal.
Five of the ten Best Picture Oscar winners from the 1970s have a title that begins with what word?
A: Apocalypse B: Norma
C: The D: Cannonball
To avoid scuffed floors when rearranging a heavy piece of furniture, Martha Stewart recommends putting what underneath it for safe, soft dragging?
A: Towels B: Your toes
C: Large sheets of ice D: Your grandmother’s wedding dress
Also built around canals, the Italian town of Chioggia is just 16 miles south of which city?
A: Rome B: Venice
C: Naples D: Florence
Called “America’s first female synth hero,” music pioneer Suzanne Ciani is famous for her iconic, bubbly sound design for Coca-Cola ads, known as the what?
A: “Pop ’n Pour” B: “Shake ’n Bake”
C: “Pick ’n Roll” D: “Sit ’n Spin”
Paul Reiser said in an interview that they kicked around hundreds of titles (including “Paul and Chain”) before deciding on the name for what ’90s sitcom?
A: Mad About You B: Home Improvement
C: Married…with Children D: Dharma & Greg
In the world of finance, a HELOC is a loan in which the borrower uses what asset as collateral?
A: Their car B: Their home
C: Their cash reserves D: Their holdings in the stock market
A: 0% B: 93% C: 1% D: 6%
In use since about 1860, the phrase “pull out all the stops,” meaning “use all available resources,” was originally inspired by what occupation?
A: Locomotive engineer B: Telegraph operator
C: Plumber D: Organist
The right answer is D: Organist.
Craig wins $5,000.