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    For play on the Nintendo Entertainment System
    Written by Hansolo4419
    Double Dare FAQ
    Rare/Gametek created Double Dare; all rights reserved
    Version 0.9
    Hansolo4419@aol.com
    
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    *Table of Contents*
    *******************
    1.  Intro
    2.  Revision History
    3.  Copyright and Such
    4.  Getting Started
    5.  Toss Up Challenges
    6.  Physical Challenges 
    7.  Answers to the Questions
    8.  Credits
    
    *******
    *Intro*
    *******
    I wrote this mainly cause I was bored, but the second reason would have to be 
    that the NES is great, (not necessarily Double Dare, but oh well).  If you 
    are reading this, then you are playing a semi-cool game show game by 
    Rare/Gametek and maybe you want some help.  Or maybe you are just reading 
    this because you are bored like I am.  Whatever.
    This FAQ can be found at GameFAQs.com, and Gameadvice.com.    
    
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    *Revision History*
    ******************
    Version 0.1- Started this FAQ and everything is new.  Submitted to 
    GameFAQs.com. (October 7,2000)
    Version 0.2- Added a bunch of easy round answers, added where this can be 
    found. (October 17,2000)
    Version 0.3- Added a LOT more answers for easy round don't see an end coming 
    either, fixed small errors. (November 14,2000)
    Version 0.4- Not much, but I fixed a few things and reworded things and 
    changed the art thing at the top a little bit.  (June 29, 2001)
    Version 0.5- Finally a decent sized update.  I sort of reformatted the FAQ a 
    bit.  I think it looks a lot better.  Fixed the Copyright and Such section a 
    little bit.  Fixed some mistakes.  Moved some crap around in "Answers in the 
    Easy Round".  All that and 6 new questions and answers added.  Wow!  (August 
    11, 2001)
    Version 0.6- Added 12 new questions and answers to "Answers in the Easy 
    Round".  Started the section "Physical Challenges" with all the game 
    descriptions.  (August 14, 2001)
    Version 0.7- Added 8 new questions and answers to "Answers in the Easy 
    Round".  Started the sections "Answers in the Medium Round" and "Answers in 
    the Hard Round".  Added 3 questions and answers to "Answers in the Medium 
    Round" and 3 to "AitHR".  (August 15, 2001)
    Version 0.8- Made a discovery.  I believe that all the questions are just 
    random, and appear in all rounds.  So in light of all this, I changed 
    "AitER", "AitMR", and "AitHR" to just "Answers to the Questions".  Added 30 
    new questions and answers to that "new" section.  (August 17, 2001)
    Version 0.9- Added 15 answers to "AttQ".  (September 26, 2001)
    
    ********************
    *Copyright and Such*
    ********************
    This FAQ is copyrighted by Hansolo4419.
    You can use this on your site, as long as it is not altered and I am given 
    credit.  Do not sell this FAQ for a profit, (not that you would, but still).  
    Please e-mail me if you want this on your site too.  But keep in mind I can 
    still say no, so cross your fingers.  Thanks.
     
    *****************
    *Getting Started*
    *****************
    When you start the game there is an option of how many players will play, 1 
    or 2.  (If you choose 1 then you will play against the computer, and if you 
    choose 2 then you will play against someone but you cannot be on the same 
    team).
    Then the option of skill level will come up 1-easy, 2-medium, and 3-hard.  
    There are many differences between skill levels.  
    EASY- In the toss up challenges the computer opponents are fairly easy to 
    beat and you get 20 seconds to answer questions.
    MEDIUM- In the toss up challenges the computer is hard to beat and you get 15 
    seconds to answer questions.
    HARD- In the toss up challenges the computer is almost impossible to beat and 
    you get 10 seconds to answer questions.
    Then you can enter a team name, you can have up to 9 characters, letters, 
    numbers, spaces, and periods.
    Then you get to pick a character out of 8 characters, when you pick some one 
    your teammate will automatically be of the opposite sex.
    Get ready to play Double Dare!
    
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    *Toss Up Challenges*
    ********************
    Toss Up challenges are when your team battles the other team to win control 
    of the questions, which is very important, well somewhat important anyways.
    Here is how it is set up when you play the toss up challenges or the physical 
    challenges.               |
                             S|P|E|E|D|||A|N|G|L|E
                                       |
    The line you stop starts where the big line is in the middle.  To start it to 
    move press left and it will move past the speed lines.  To stop it where you 
    want to press right.  Then it will move past the ANGLE lines to stop it then 
    press the A button.  I will tell you where to stop it to win in each of the 
    toss up challenge strategies.        
    
    BOWLING
    GAME EXPLANATION:  We like to bowl on double dare, but we lost all our 
    bowling balls so you'll have to use cantaloupes.  The first team to knock 
    over all 3 pins wins control of the questions.
    STRATEGY:                 2               2
                              1           1
                                       |
                             S|P|E|E|D|||A|N|G|L|E
                                       |
    KEY:  1= 1st or left pin
          2= 2nd and 3rd pins with one ball
          Just throw 2 balls and you will win
    
    GOLF
    GAME EXPLANATION: We like to play golf on double dare, but we lost our golf 
    balls.  So you'll have to use eggs.  The first team to putt 2 eggs into the 
    cup wins control of the questions.
    STRATEGY:                   1           1
                                       |
                             S|P|E|E|D|||A|N|G|L|E
                                       |
    KEY:  Sink two balls in the cup to win
    
    GORILLA
    GAME EXPLANATION: Our double dare gorilla loves to catch bananas.  The first 
    team to toss a banana into our gorilla's hand wins control of the questions.
    STRATEGY:                    1          1       
                                       |
                             S|P|E|E|D|||A|N|G|L|E
                                       |
    KEY:  Hit him in the hand with one banana and you will win
    
    HUNGRY CLOWNS
    GAME EXPLANATION: Our double dare clowns are hungry and you'll get to feed 
    them.  The first team to get three eggs into the clown's mouth wins control 
    of the questions.
    STRATEGY:                 1           1
                                       |
                             S|P|E|E|D|||A|N|G|L|E
                                       |
    KEY:  Three eggs in his mouth and you will win
    
    *********************
    *Physical Challenges*
    *********************
    Physical Challenges are little "games" that you must complete if the opposing 
    team Double Dares you and you don't know the answer.  You then can select 
    Physical Challenge and you play a little "game" to try to win the money.
    
    CAKE CATCH
    GAME EXPLANATION: Welcome to the Double Dare cake catch.  Your partner is 
    going to launch cakes into the air.  You must catch 1 cake before it hits the 
    ground by bouncing up and down on your trampoline.  You have 20 seconds to 
    grab just 1 cake.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    KANGAROO CATCH
    GAME EXPLANATION: G'day mate.  You're "Kangaroo Fundee".  And you need to 
    catch 3 baby kangaroos in your pouch.  Press your button to flip them in the 
    air.  You have 20 seconds to catch 3 baby kangaroos.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    PIE IN YOUR PANTS
    GAME EXPLANATION: How would you like a nice piece of pie?  We're going to 
    have your partner send you some pies...air mail.  As they sail through the 
    air, their shadows appear on the floor.  All you have to do is catch 3 pies 
    in your pants in 20 seconds and you win.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    PUTTY GOLF
    GAME EXPLANATION: This is your chance to play Double Dare putty golf.  All 
    you have to do is putt 1 egg into the hole to win.  Since the pin is in a 
    difficult spot, your partner will use a bellows to help blow the egg into the 
    hole.  Watch out for splatters!  You have 20 seconds to sink 1 egg.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    RING TOSS
    GAME EXPLANATION: We like to toss things on Double Dare.  So we're going to 
    let your partner toss some rings to you.  All you have to do is catch 3 of 
    them...on your head.  You have 20 seconds to catch 3 rings.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    SPAGHETTI SHOOT
    GAME EXPLANATION: Welcome to the Double Dare kitchen.  We have a big plate of 
    spaghetti on the wall, but we need someone to put the sauce on the meatball.  
    That someone is your partner.  You must shoot your partner from the cannon at 
    the spaghetti.  You have 15 seconds to hit the big meatball.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    TRAMPOLINE BOUNCE
    GAME EXPLANATION: Have you ever wanted to fly?  Well, here is your chance.  
    You must launch your partner through the air and have him land on the 
    trampoline.  Then he can bounce up and try to grab the flag.  You have 30 
    seconds to grab the flag.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    WATER BASKETBALL
    GAME EXPLANATION: Do you like to play basketball...even a wet version with 
    water balloons?  If you can toss 2 water balloons through the hoop and onto 
    your partner's head in 20 seconds, you will win this challenge.
    STRATEGY:  *coming soon*
    KEY:  *coming soon*
    
    **************************
    *Answers to the Questions*
    **************************
    A kilowatt is made up of how many watts?
    ANSWER:  1,000
    
    A school teacher named Ichabod Crane and a headless horsemen were in which 
    Washington Irving story?
    ANSWER:  THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
    
    A spelunker studies formations in which place?
    ANSWER:  IN A CAVE
    
    AT&T is an abbreviation for what?
    ANSWER:  AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH
    
    According to a gallup poll, who was the American man most admired in 1987?
    ANSWER:  RONALD REAGAN 
    
    According to Greek mythology, what came out when Pandora's box was opened?
    ANSWER:  TROUBLE
    
    According to "The Brady Bunch" theme song, how did the youngest daughter wear 
    her hair?
    ANSWER:  IN CURLS
    
    Actor Anthony Daniels was inside which cowardly movie character?
    ANSWER:  C3PO FROM "STAR WARS"
    
    After some pressure, a Rhode Island school official removed what from the 
    school lunch menu?
    ANSWER:  TWINKIES
    
    An American flag has how many red stripes?
    ANSWER:  7
    
    An epicure would be most interested in what?
    ANSWER:  GASTRONOMY
    
    At which temperature does water boil?
    ANSWER:  212 DEGREES FARENHEIT 
    Batophobia is the fear of what?
    ANSWER:  WALKING
    
    "Caustic Potash" is another name for what?
    ANSWER:  Potassium Hydroxide
    
    Christmas island, an island in the Indian Ocean, belongs to which country?
    ANSWER:  AUSTRALIA
    
    Each box of Nerds cereal contains how many flavors of cereal?
    ANSWER:  2
    
    Each year, movie makers compete for awards at the Cannes film festival.  In 
    which country is Cannes?
    ANSWER:  FRANCE
    
    Feline refers to cats.  Ovine refers to which animals?
    ANSWER:  SHEEP
    
    Fieval Mousekewitz was a character in which movie?
    ANSWER:  AN AMERICAN TAIL
    
    "General Hospital" and "All My Children" are which type of TV daytime shows?
    ANSWER:  SOAP OPERAS  
    
    "Got my Mind on you" is sung by which former beatle?
    ANSWER:  GEORGE HARRISON
    
    Greek mythology tells us that the Goddess Athena turned Medusa's beautiful 
    hair into what?
    ANSWER:  SNAKES
    
    "Ha-Ha" is a geological term meaning what?
    ANSWER:  A BOUNDARY WALL AROUND A PARK
    
    "Heartbreak Hotel" was written by which classic rock n' roller?
    ANSWER:  ELVIS PRESLEY
    
    Heliology is the study of what?
    ANSWER:  THE SUN
    
    How do you translate the French phrase, "C'est la vie"?
    ANSWER:  "THAT'S LIFE"
    
    How is a "navel" orange different from other oranges?
    ANSWER:  IT HAS NO SEEDS
    
    How many pieces of leather make up the cover of a baseball?
    ANSWER:  TWO
    
    How many states in the U.S. begin with the letter "T"?
    ANSWER:  2
    
    How much time is needed for sunlight to make the trip from the sun to the 
    earth?
    ANSWER:  8 MINUTES AND 12 SECONDS
    
    How was the month of March named?
    ANSWER:  FOR THE ROMAN GOD, MARS
    
    If a baseball player is called a "southpaw," what does it mean?
    ANSWER:  HE THROWS LEFT HANDED
    
    If you are carnivorous, you like to eat meat.  But what would you eat if you 
    are formicivorous?
    ANSWER:  ANTS
    
    If you cut a starfish into several pieces, what will happen to each piece?
    ANSWER:  IT WILL GROW INTO A NEW STARFISH
    
    If you drew a septilateral figure, how many sides would it have?
    ANSWER:  7
    
    If you had kelp on your plate what would you be eating?
    ANSWER:  SEAWEED
    
    If you ordered a dish "A la Florentine," which vegetable would be part of it?
    ANSWER:  SPINACH
    
    If you suffered from gametophobia, what would you never do?
    ANSWER:  GET MARRIED
    
    If you wanted to write a letter to the president of the U.S., what is the 
    proper way to start?
    ANSWER:  DEAR MR. PRESIDENT
    
    If you were a monolinguist, how many languages would you speak?
    ANSWER:  1
    
    If you were speaking Gaelic in Glasgow, which European country would you be 
    in?
    ANSWER:  SCOTLAND
    
    Illinois uses as its slogan, "The Land of Lincoln,"  but honest Abe was 
    actually born in which state?
    ANSWER:  KENTUCKY
    
    In 1881 Clara Barton founded which organization?
    ANSWER:  THE RED CROSS
    
    In 1957, Laika was the first animal to orbit the Earth.  What was Laika?
    ANSWER:  DOG
    
    In 1984, Greg Louganis won two Olympic gold medals in which sport?
    ANSWER:  DIVING
    
    In Alexander Dumas' novel, Quasimodo was the hunchbacked bellringer of which 
    church?
    ANSWER:  NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL
    
    In ancient times, it was known as Abyssinia.  Today it's known as what?
    ANSWER:  ETHIOPIA
    
    In England the slang expression, "gazumped," means you've been what?
    ANSWER:  CHEATED ON BUYING A HOUSE
    
    Interstate 75 runs in an almost straight line from eastern Michigan to 
    Florida.  Through which state does it not pass?
    ANSWER:  LOUISIANA
    
    In the ancient fable, Androcles pulled a thorn from which animal's paw?
    ANSWER:  LION
    
    Into which ocean does the Congo River flow?
    ANSWER:  ATLANTIC
    
    In which bivalve mollusk are pearls found?
    ANSWER:  OYSTERS
    
    In which craft would you use the terms "facing", "dart", "ease", and "baste"?
    ANSWER:  SEWING
    
    In which European city could you ride in a gondola on the Grand Canal?
    ANSWER:  VENICE
    
    In which game are the playing chips called "winks"?
    ANSWER:  TIDDLYWINKS
    
    In which part of your body are your triceps muscles?
    ANSWER:  ARMS
    
    In which sport are some moves called "tip rolls," "outriggers," and "royals"?
    ANSWER:  SKIING
    
    In which state is the Mojave Desert located?
    ANSWER:  CALIFORNIA
    
    In which Steve Guttenburg movie does a bolt of lightning cause a government 
    robot to go out of control?
    ANSWER:  SHORT CIRCUIT
    
    In which vehicle did Disney's "Absent Minded Professor" fly?
    ANSWER:  A CAR
    
    In which year did the War of 1812 end?
    ANSWER:  1815
    
    In which year will we celebrate the 500th anniversary of Christopher 
    Columbus' arrival in America?
    ANSWER:  1992
    
    Isadora Duncan made theatrical history as what?
    ANSWER:  A DANCER
    
    Ivan the Terrible and Peter the Great were once rulers of which country?
    ANSWER:  RUSSIA
    
    Jed and Ellie May, of the old TV show, "The Beverly Hillbillies" had which 
    last name?
    ANSWER:  CLAMPETT
    
    Legend tells us that to prove his right of the throne, King Arthur pulled his 
    sword out of what?
    ANSWER:  A STONE
    
    Linda Hamilton destroyed a Schwarzenegger robot from the future in which film?
    ANSWER:  THE TERMINATOR
    
    Mutton is the meat of which animal?
    ANSWER:  SHEEP
    
    "Notorious" is a song by which group?
    ANSWER:  DURAN-DURAN
    
    On which cartoon series do movie stars live in Hollyrock, not Hollywood?
    ANSWER:  FLINTSTONES
    
    On which date is May Day celebrated?
    ANSWER:  MAY 1
    
    On which great lake is Canada's largest city, Toronto, located?
    ANSWER:  LAKE ONTARIO
    
    On which TV show does John Ritter play a cop who's also a landlord?
    ANSWER:  HOOPERMAN
    
    On which TV sitcom is Charlie Moore the teacher's name?
    ANSWER:  HEAD OF THE CLASS
    
    One of the following towns is not in England.  Which one is it?
    ANSWER:  HERN BURFORD
    
    Portland is the largest city in Maine and in which other state?
    ANSWER:  OREGON
    
    Scientist Charles Darwin taught that life on Earth began which way?
    ANSWER:  IN WATER
    
    Seated on the Supreme Court are how many justices?
    ANSWER:  9
    
    Skiffs, dinghies, and oolaks are types of what?
    ANSWER:  BOATS
    
    Snapping, green and hawksbill are types of which animal?
    ANSWER:  TURTLES
    
    Snoopy's archenemy is also known by which famous nickname?
    ANSWER:  THE RED BARON
    
    The "10 most wanted" list is issued by which government agency?
    ANSWER:  THE FBI
    
    The Alamo is located in which Texas city?
    ANSWER:  SAN ANTONIO
    
    The amount of energy that food produces measured by which unit?
    ANSWER:  CALORIE
    
    The ancient Chinese paid their doctors if they got well.  What happened if 
    they did not recover?
    ANSWER:  THE DOCTOR PAID THEM
    
    The ancient land of Mesopotamia was located between which 2 rivers?
    ANSWER:  TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES RIVERS 
    
    The Andres Mountains are located on which continent?
    ANSWER:  SOUTH AMERICA
    
    The capital of which state means "Peter" in French?
    ANSWER:  SOUTH DAKOTA
    
    The chick pea is also known as which bean?
    ANSWER:  GARBANZO BEAN
    
    The crocodile in the story of "Peter Pan" was always chasing which character?
    ANSWER:  CAPTAIN HOOK
    
    The first 10 amendments to the constitution are known by which name?
    ANSWER:  THE BILL OF RIGHTS
    
    The Latin word for "seven" was used to name which month?
    ANSWER:  SEPTEMBER
    
    The letters "ERA" stand for earned run average in baseball.  What does "ERA" 
    stand for in politics?
    ANSWER:  EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
    
    The musician famous for his outrageous costumes was born Reginald Kenneth 
    Dwight.  What is his real name?
    ANSWER:  ELTON JOHN
    
    "The southern finger of the U.S." refers to which state?
    ANSWER:  FLORIDA
    
    The TV commercial cat, Morris, was discovered when he was doing what?
    ANSWER:  WAITING TO BE PUT TO SLEEP 
     
    To buy all the railroads in monopoly, how much would it cost?
    ANSWER:  $800
    
    Tony Bennett's theme song tells us he left his heart in which city?
    ANSWER:  SAN FRANCISCO
    
    Turkish angora and Burmese are types of what?
    ANSWER:  CATS
    
    "Two-bits" is slang for how much money?
    ANSWER:  25 CENTS
    
    "Voluntary" and "involuntary" refer to what in your body?
    ANSWER:  MUSCLES
    
    What did the King family do?
    ANSWER:  SING
    
    What does a person go to a natatorium to do?
    ANSWER:  SWIM
    
    What is a doodle-bug?
    ANSWER:  THE LARVA OF THE ANT LION
    
    What is a dray?
    ANSWER:  A HORSE-DRAWN CART
    
    What is a glacier table?
    ANSWER:  A BLOCK OF STONE ON A GLACIER
    
    What is a herringbone?
    ANSWER:  A FABRIC DESIGN
    
    What is a hygrometer used for?
    ANSWER:  TO MEASURE RELATIVE HUMIDITY
    
    What is a male whale called?
    ANSWER:  A BULL
    
    What is a "Nom DE Plume"?
    ANSWER:  A PEN NAME USED BY WRITERS
    
    What is a norma?
    ANSWER:  A MILKY WAY CONSTELLATION
    
    What is a rhomboid?
    ANSWER:  A GEOMETRIC SHAPE
    
    What is Grandma Moses famous for?
    ANSWER:  BECOMING AN ARTIST IN HER LATE 70'S
    
    What is tempeh?
    ANSWER:  A FOOD MADE FROM SOYBEANS
    
    What is the abbreviation for pounds, as in a weight of 10 pounds?
    ANSWER:  LBS.
    
    What is the real first name of basketball star "Magic" Johnson?
    ANSWER:  EARVIN
    
    What is the very first play in a football game called?
    ANSWER:  KICKOFF
    
    What kind of animal is a gudgeon?
    ANSWER:  FISH
    
    What kind of work is Julia Child known for?
    ANSWER:  CHEF
    
    What might you buy at a "white elephant" sale?
    ANSWER:  THINGS THAT PEOPLE NO LONGER NEED
    
    What type of flower is an "American beauty"?
    ANSWER:  ROSE 
    
    What was President Truman's first name?
    ANSWER:  HARRY
    
    What would a woman do with wedgies?
    ANSWER:  WEAR THEM ON HER FEET
    
    When ancient Egyptians drew a picture of a hippopotamus in hieroglyphics, 
    what did it mean?
    ANSWER:  HEAVY
    
    When do people use the "Heimlich manuever"?
    ANSWER:  WHEN SOMEONE IS CHOKING
    
    When Joan Rivers guests on "Hollywood Squares", where does she always sit?
    ANSWER:  IN THE CENTER SQUARE
    
    When the U.S. post office was established, who was its first head?
    ANSWER:  BEN FRANKLIN
    
    When you think of the "Hawkeye State", what do you think of?
    ANSWER:  IOWA
    
    Where can you find a stirrup, anvil and oval window?
    ANSWER:  IN YOUR EARS
    
    Where would you find an ellipsis?
    ANSWER:  ON A PRINTED PAGE IN A BOOK
    
    Which 2 words are combined to form the word "brunch"?
    ANSWER:  BREAKFAST AND LUNCH
    
    Which 3 boats did Christopher Columbus sail on his voyage to this country?
    ANSWER:  NINA, PINTA, SANTA MARIA
    
    Which actor co-stars with Don Johnson on "Miami Vice"?
    ANSWER:  PHILLIP MICHAEL THOMAS
    
    Which actor starred as Bette Midler's husband in the movie "Ruthless People"?
    ANSWER:  DANNY DE VITO
    
    Which American city covers the largest land area?
    ANSWER:  JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
    
    Which animal is the fastest running breed of dog with the best eyesight?
    ANSWER:  GREYHOUND  
    
    Which birds are used as croquet mallets in "Alice in Wonderland"?
    ANSWER:  FLAMINGOS
    
    Which blood cells are always round in shape?
    ANSWER:  RED
    
    Which chess piece is the most versatile?
    ANSWER:  QUEEN
    
    Which Cherokee Indian chief had the giant American redwood tree named after 
    him?
    ANSWER:  SEQUOYA 
    
    Which Chinese phrase, also the name of a movie, means "work together"?
    ANSWER:  GUNG HO
    
    Which city is Brazil's capital?
    ANSWER:  BRASILIA
    
    Which city is the capital of Ireland?
    ANSWER:  DUBLIN
    
    Which city is the capital of Rhode Island?
    ANSWER:  PROVINCE
    
    Which country gave us sumo wrestling, bonzai, sushi, and Godzilla?
    ANSWER:  JAPAN
    
    Which famous auto maker established the historical area known as Greenfield 
    village in Dearborn, Michigan?
    ANSWER:  HENRY FORD
    
    Which fictional horror creature doesn't cast a shadow, hates garlic and loves 
    the taste of blood?
    ANSWER:  DRACULA
    
    Which French general lost the Battle of Waterloo?
    ANSWER:  NAPOLEAN
    
    Which gland in the human body has been found to have 500 functions?
    ANSWER:  LIVER
    
    Which instrument does a doctor use to listen to your heartbeat?
    ANSWER:  STETHOSCOPE 
    
    Which is not a color in a pack of m&m's?
    ANSWER:  BLUE
    
    Which is the home city of the Mariners baseball team?
    ANSWER:  SEATTLE
    
    Which is the most common last name in America?
    ANSWER:  SMITH
    
    Which is your birthstone if you were born in the month of March?
    ANSWER:  BLOODSTONE
    
    Which long-tongued animal has a Dutch name meaning "earth pig"?
    ANSWER:  AARDVARK
    
    Which medal is awarded to an Olympic athlete who finishes third?
    ANSWER:  BRONZE
    
    Which of the following is not a fruit?
    ANSWER:  RHUBARB
    
    Which of the following is not a type of turnover in football?
    ANSWER:  TACKLE
    
    Which of the following rights is not part of the U.S. constitution's bill of 
    rights.  Is it the right...?
    ANSWER:  TO BEAR ARMS
    
    Which of these places does not exist?
    ANSWER:  GRINCH, NEW MEXICO
    
    Which part of a flower or plant bears pollen?
    ANSWER:  STAMEN
    
    Which "Peanuts" character would rather play Beethoven than play with Lucy?
    ANSWER:  SCHROEDER
    
    Which state borders the Atlantic Ocean?
    ANSWER:  NEW HAMPSHIRE
    
    Which state can boast that it was the first to join the union?
    ANSWER:  DELAWARE
    
    Which team of actors made the classic "road" films?
    ANSWER:  BING CROSBY AND BOB HOPE
    
    Which TV show features the Tanner household?
    ANSWER:  ALF
    
    Which U.S. state is closest to Russia?
    ANSWER:  ALASKA
    
    Which word is in the largest print on a one-dollar bill?
    ANSWER:  ONE
    
    Who is Charlie Brown's teacher?
    ANSWER:  MISS OTHMER
    
    Who is police commissioner of Batman's Gotham City?
    ANSWER:  COMMISSIONER GORDON
    
    Who plays Theo on "The Cosby Show"?
    ANSWER:  MALCOLM-JAMAL WARNER
    
    Who was the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound?
    ANSWER:  CHUCK YEAGER
    
    Who was the first man to hold the office of vice president of the U.S.?
    ANSWER:  JOHN ADAMS
    
    Who was the shortest Beatle?
    ANSWER:  RINGO
    
    Whose all-time home-run record did Hank Aaron break?
    ANSWER:  BABE RUTH
    
    Why does an ostrich stick its head in the sand?
    ANSWER:  TO LOOK UNDERGROUND FOR WATER
    
    Why does the British post office pay cats?
    ANSWER:  TO KEEP MICE AWAY FROM THE MAIL
    
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