Los Angeles, Cal.
A short poem written in the 2nd century B.C. by Antipater of Sidon is considered the earliest complete list of the seven what?
A: Sure-fire ways to flatten your stomach! B: Tips for spicing it up in the bedroom!
C: Wonders of the Ancient World D: Flirty sundresses that flatter any figure!
Students at Lenox Memorial Middle and High School in MA might be great contestants on this show someday, since they’re nicknamed the what?
A: Lifeline Wasters B: First Question Wrongmen
C: Walk Away Too Sooners D: Millionaires
Once a common bedside appliance in the U.K., a “teasmade” is essentially a what, turned on automatically by an alarm clock?
A: Kettle B: Electric razor
C: Can opener D: Lawnmower
Louis has been a superfan since the debut of “Millionaire” when he was in 8th grade.
Winston Churchill, Manolo Blahnik, Mo Rocca and Orville Redenbacher are all featured on Wikipedia’s list of what?
A: War heroes B: People who started Fortune 500 companies
C: Famous TV personalities D: Bow tie wearers
A famously cute small dog breed is arguably the best-known export of what Slavic region located on the northern coasts of what are now Poland and Germany?
A: Yorkshire B: Pomerania
C: Siberia D: Pyrenees
What Grammy-nominated country star, known for songs like “Diggin’ Holes” and “Come Home Soon,” shares his last name with a salad that typically includes bacon?
A: Bubba Ambrosia B: Brent Cobb
C: Junior Macaroni D: Hank Waldorf, Jr.
Clearing a path for states to legalize what’s been legal in Vegas for years, in 2018 the Supreme Court ruled that the 1992 federal ban on what is unconstitutional?
A: Sports gambling B: Prostitution
C: Drinking alcohol on the street D: Ticket scalping
Since it’s loosely based on his epic poem “The Odyssey,” the ancient Greek author Homer is acknowledged in the opening credits of which Coen brothers film?
A: No Country for Old Men B: O Brother, Where Art Thou?
C: The Big Lebowski D: Raising Arizona
The only U.S. president to change his entire name, what future commander-in-chief born in 1913 spent the first years of his life as Leslie Lynch King, Jr.?
A: Lyndon Johnson B: Gerald Ford
C: Richard Nixon D: Dwight Eisenhower
In 1974, what product became the first to be scanned by a retailer using the UPC bar code?
A: Hershey bar B: Wrigley’s gum
C: Planters peanuts D: Coca-Cola six-pack
The act of oscitation is more commonly called what?
A: Shivering B: Yawning
C: Salivating D: Blinking
Louis is not confident, so he walks away.
Louis wins $30,000.