Any player who correctly answers the $5,000 question will also win tickets to see Penn & Teller at the Rio.
Hannibal is a graduate student & amateur magician.
Although it's called a jar in the original ancient Greek text, it's commonly accepted to say Pandora released the world's evils from what type of container?
A: Thermos B: Box
C: Glove compartment D: Fanny pack
In World War II, Germany built over a thousand U-boats, whose full name translates to what?
A: Undersea boats B: Underage boats
C: Underinsured boats D: Underpants boats
A master of a very expensive musical instrument, what headliner plays his "Million Dollar Piano" at Caesars Palace?
A: Elton John B: Eric Clapton
C: Ringo Starr D: Carrot Top
While many restaurants call them Buffalo wings, what chain fittingly calls its hot sauce-coated chicken appetizer "Kookaburra wings"?
A: Chili's B: Outback Steakhouse
C: Applebee's D: TGI Friday's
Sometimes worn with high-waisted pants, what woman's garment, whose name comes from the French word for "strip," also doubles as a bikini top?
A: Pinafore B: Bandeau
C: Camisole D: Saraon
First commercial break
What do Gwen Stacy, Betty Ross and Pepper Potts have in common?
A: They're former Mrs. Larry Kings B: They're current U.S. senators
C: They're girlfriends of superheroes D: They were in the girl group, The Go-Go's
Which of these is a postal code used for a U.S. overseas territory, and NOT one used for a Canadian province?
A: SK B: PE
C: AS D: NL
EntertainmentFuse.com includes "Limitless," "Adaptation" and "The Shining" on its list of "Top 10 Movies About" what?
A: Mind-altering drugs B: Writer's block
C: Hotels D: Twins
A symbol of the women's suffrage movement, during her 2007 swearing-in as Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi wore a suit of what color?
A: Yellow B: Purple
C: Silver D: Red
Second commercial break
Which bodily fluid is the most likely to come out of your punctum?
A: Sweat B: Saliva
C: Bile D: Tears
The correct answer is D: Tears
Hannibal wins $5,000 + Penn & Teller tickets
Third commercial break
QotD wrote: What does the Spanish phrase "Las Vegas" mean in English?
A: The meadows B: The views
C: The sands D: The ceiling
SpoilerA: The meadows