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*South Park: Trey Parker and Matt Stone are the creators of South Park.  
 
*South Park: Trey Parker and Matt Stone are the creators of South Park.  
 
*Spain is bordered to the north by France.
 
*Spain is bordered to the north by France.
*Spinach originated from Asia.  
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*Spinach originated from Asia.
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*Spotted skunks to handstands before spraying their victim. (Not accurate wording)
 
*Sprite is manufactured by the Coca-cola Company.
 
*Sprite is manufactured by the Coca-cola Company.
 
*Squints and Yeah-Yeah were the names of two of the characters from the movie The Sandlot.  
 
*Squints and Yeah-Yeah were the names of two of the characters from the movie The Sandlot.  

Revision as of 03:08, 16 October 2011

This is a collection of questions asked in the OX Quiz Event. Note: Use Find (Ctrl-F) to easily locate questions.

Questions that are TRUE

  • 111,111,111 * 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321
  • 17 squared is 289.
  • -2 is an integer.
  • 31,556,926 seconds = 1 year.
  • 49 divided by 7 is 7.
  • 5 times 3 plus 4 equals 19
  • 52 divided by 4 equals 13
  • 7 x 9 = 63
  • 8 times 2 times 5 times 3 is 240
  • 99% of people find it impossible to lick their own elbow.
  • 99% of pumpkins sold in the United States are for the sole purpose of decoration.
  • A band with two guitarists usually consists of one Lead Guitarist and a Rhythm guitarist.
  • "A Beautiful Mind" was voted Best Picture at the Academy Awards.
  • A car with 4 doors is considered a sedan.
  • A baby eel is called an elver
  • A centimeter is a hundredth of a meter.
  • A chiliagon is a polygon with 1,000 sides.
  • A cranberry's ripeness can be found out by bouncing it.
  • A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
  • A cygnet is a baby swan
  • A dime has 118 ridges around the edge.
  • A diode is an electrical component.
  • A Donkey will sink in quicksand, but a mule will not.
  • A Dragonfly has a life span of 24 hours.
  • A drum kit normally has two tom-tom drums.
  • A flea can jump around 350 times its own body length (incomplete)
  • A four door car is known as a sedan.
  • A full-grown grizzly bear can run as fast as a horse.
  • A fully grown cat has 32 muscles in its ear.
  • A guitar amplifier makes the signal of an electric guitar louder so that it will produce sound through a speaker.
  • A group of unicorns is called a blessing.
  • A hectogon is a polygon with 100 sides.
  • List of all 50 states is on the back of a (incomplete question)
  • A 'jiffy' is an actual unit of time.
  • A nectarine is a cross between a peach and plum.
  • A quarter has 119 grooves around the edge.
  • A rat can last longer without water than a camel.
  • A pregnant goldfish is called a twit
  • A seismologist is a person who studies earthquakes.
  • A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes.
  • A shotgun is considered by many to be the best Zombie repellent.
  • A shrimp's heart is in its head.
  • A straight always loses to a flush in poker.
  • A soccer field is known as a 'football pitch'
  • A trumpet cannot be played without a mouthpiece.
  • A trumpet has three valves that make different tones.
  • A two-door car is known as a coupe.
  • A young hedgehog is called a kitten.
  • Abraham Lincoln was the President of the United States at the time of the Civil War.
  • Acura is a more luxurious form of a Honda
  • After eating something spicy drinking milk will help.
  • Al Capone was arrested by the FBI for tax evasion
  • Alaska contains the tallest mountain in North America.
  • Alaska is the largest state in the United States.
  • Albert Einstein never learned how to drive a car
  • Albert Einstein won the noble Prize for his work on theoretical physics.
  • Alec Guinness was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Star Wars A New Hope.
  • Alhalla is the final stage of the map Blood Gulch (from "Halo 1")
  • All the members of the metal band Slipknot wear mask and matching coveralls.
  • All trees are perennial
  • Almonds are part of the Peach family.
  • Although the video games he appears in are known as 'Zelda', the main character's name is Link.
  • American Dad: Stan works for the CIA and always supports the Republican party
  • American Dad: Steve made up his own garage band called the Krispy Kreme McDonald.
  • Amy winehouse is part of the '27 club' club of musicians
  • Angelo Badalamenti wrote thescore for "Twin Peaks"
  • An Audi A4 1.8t car has a four cylinder engine.
  • An Australian 50 cent coin is an example of a dodecagon.
  • An elephant can smell water up to 3 miles away.
  • An ostrich's eye is bigger than its Brain.
  • Anchovies are sometimes used as a Pizza topping.
  • Angelina Jolie has won an Academy Award for acting.
  • Angelina Jolie played Fox in the movie "Wanted"
  • Angelina Jolie was married to Jonny Lee Miller.
  • Anna is a palindrome.
  • Anthony Edward Stark's alter ego is Iron Man
  • Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love and beauty.
  • Apollo 11 was the first to land on the moon. (incomplete)
  • Applejack is a normal earth Pony.
  • Ares is the Greek god of war, bloodlust, and violence.
  • As with all rodents, the squirrel must keep gnawing or his teeth will grow so long he will not be able to use them.
  • asdf jkl; are called the Home Row keys when typing.
  • Ash Catch'em is the last name of the main character from Pokemon.
  • Assassin's Creed: Animus was the name of the device used by the 'Abstergo Corporation'
  • Assassin's Creed: Jesper Kyd created the musical score for the game.
  • Astatine is the rarest naturally occurring element.
  • At the US-Canadian border, Highway 99 in Canada acts as an extension to the United States Interstate 5.
  • ATI creates Radeon video cards.
  • Audi is just a higher end Volkswagen car.
  • Baby eels are called elver.
  • Barbie's full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts.
  • Bardock is the name of Goku's father in the Dragon Ball Z Series.
  • Bats always turn left when exiting a cave.
  • Benjamin Franklin gave guitar lessons.
  • Betelgeuse is a star in the Orion constellaion.
  • Brian Eno created the Windows 95 music
  • Broccoli and cauliflower are of the same species.
  • Bruce Willis played the role of John McClane in the movie "Die Hard".
  • Billy Dee Williams applied for the role of Han Solo
  • Birdo is known to shoot eggs and fire out of her snout.
  • Birds evolved from dinosaurs.
  • Bob Dylan's real name is Robert Zimmerman.
  • Bouncing Souls is the name of a punk band.
  • Butter Pecan is a flavor of ice cream.
  • Butterflies taste with their feet
  • California has the largest economy in the United states.
  • Call of Duty 4: Soap is the nickname of the player character, MacTavish.
  • Camels have three Eyelids to protect themselves from blowing sand.
  • Cameron Diaz played Kimberly in the 1997 movie "My Best Friend's Wedding"
  • Canada is the second-largest country, by size of land, in the world.
  • Cat urine glows under a black-light.
  • Celine Dion is one of fourteen children.
  • Chevy is just another brand under the GMC manufacturer.
  • Christopher Nolan is the director of the 2008 film "The Dark Knight."
  • Chrono Trigger was first released in 1995 on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Chrono Trigger: Ayla is the Chief of Loka Village who leads the war against the Reptiles.
  • Chrono Trigger: Frog is a former squire who was once named Glenn
  • Chrono Trigger: Lavos is the game's primary antagonist
  • Chrono Trigger: Magus is the lord of the Mystics of the Middle Ages.
  • Coconuts kill more people in the world than sharks do.
  • Common time told on analog watches in newspapers and advertisements is 10:10
  • Conductors have low resistance.
  • Cow Tongue is a popular ingredient in Mexican tacos.
  • Curtis Hanson directed the movie "8 Mile".
  • Cyndi Lauper played Mary (had a little Lamb) in "Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme"
  • Daffy, Bugs,and Porky are all Warner Brothers animated characters.
  • Dallas, Texas is further south than San Diego, California.
  • Danny Elfman is the singing voice of Jack Skellington from "The Nightmare Before Christmas"
  • Dante is the main protaganist of Devil May Cry.
  • Dark Chocolate that's high in Cocoa is good for treating high blood pressure.
  • Debbie Harry is the lead singer of Blondie
  • Diamond is the hardest naturally-occurring substance on earth.
  • Dionysus is the Greek god of wine, festivals, and pleasure.
  • Disneyland first opened in 1955.
  • DNA is the shortened form of the term 'Deoxyribonucleic acid'
  • Dogs are omnivores.
  • Dolphins sleep with one eye open
  • Donald Duck's middle name is Fauntleroy
  • Donatello wears a purple eye mask in Ninja Turtles.
  • DOS stands for Disk Operating System.
  • Drew Barrymore played Lucy in the movie "50 First Dates"
  • Dueling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors.
  • During his lifetime, artist Vincent Van Gogh only sold one of his paintings.
  • Earvin "Magic" Johnson returned to the NBA in 1996 to play 32 .
  • Earvin "Magic" Johnson was born in Lansing, Michigan.
  • Earvin "Magic" Johnson was selected 1st overall in the 1979 NBA draft
  • Edgar Allan Poe invented the mystery novel.
  • Electrons are larger than molecules. (This is actually true according to nexon!)
  • Eminem played the role of "Jimmy Rabbit" in the movie "8 Mile"
  • 'Eraserhead' was written by David Lynch
  • Evergreen trees are called that because they will stay green throughout the whole year.
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gatsby.
  • Family Guy: Alex Borstein does the voice of Lois Griffin.
  • Family Guy: Mila Kunis does the voice for Meg Griffin.
  • Ferdinand Magellan Named the Pacific Ocean
  • Ferrari makes a maximum of 14 cars every day
  • Ferrets are part of the wolverine family.
  • Fiat is an Italian auto manufacturer.
  • Finger nails are made from the same substance as hooves and horns.
  • Final Fantasy VII was developed by Square and published by Sony
  • Final Fantasy VII was originally released in 1997
  • Final Fantasy VII: Aerith a flower merchant.
  • Final Fantasy VII: Tifa Lockhart is Cloud Strife's childhood friend.
  • Final Fantasy VII: Vincent Valentine is a former Shinra member who was experimented on for 30 years
  • Final Fantasy VII: Yuffie is a young thief and a skillful ninja.
  • France directly south of Estonia (INCOMPLETE)
  • Frankenweenie was directed by Tim Burton
  • Full Metal Alchemist: Edward and Alphone are brothers.
  • Full Metal Alchemist: Maes Hughes is and old friend of Roy Mustang.
  • Full Metal Alchemist: Scar is one of the survivors of the Ishbalan Extermination Campaign.
  • Full Metal Alchemist: Winry Rockbell is an automail repair specialist
  • Full Metal Alchemist manga was written and illustrated by Hiromu Arakawa
  • Gatorade sports drink was originally called Gator-Aide for a Florida football team.
  • GE manufactures jet engines.
  • Gears of War 3 came out on 9/19/2011.
  • Gene Roddenberry originally named the iconic starship in Star Trek 'Yorktown.'
  • George Clooney has won an Academy Award for acting.
  • George Clooney played the role of Danny Ocean in the movie Ocean's Eleven
  • Germany is bordered to the east by three countries.
  • Ghost Chilli Pepper is hotter than the habanero pepper (this is probably incomplete)
  • Gillian Anderson provided the voice for Moro in the English localization of Princess Mononoke.
  • Girl Scout cookies are made with real girl scouts
  • Gordon Freeman is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Half-Life series.
  • Guten Morgen means 'Good Morning' in German.
  • Guy Ritchie directed Sherlock Holmes (starring Robert Downey Jr.)
  • Gwyneth Paltrow played Pepper in the movie Iron Man
  • Gwyneth Paltrow starred in Iron Man.
  • Hamlet confirms Claudius' guilt in the murder of the King by confronting him face to face.
  • Hamlet: Laertes is the son of Polonius and the brother of Ophelia.
  • Hamlet said, "Ay that incestuous, that adulterate beast"
  • Han Solo hides the Millennium Falcon on the hull of another star ship to evade capture in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Harrison Ford played Doctor jones in the movie Indiana Jones.
  • Harry Shearer voices the following characters on the Simpsons: Ned Flanders, Mr. Burns, and Principal Skinner.
  • Harvard is the oldest college in the United States.
  • Having 2 face-down Aces in Texas Hold'Em is also known as "Pocket Rockets".
  • Heath Ledger played the role of "Joker" in the movie "The Dark Knight"
  • Hippo milk is pink
  • Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia is the fear of long words.
  • Holding Shift and pressing the '3' key on a keyboard will bring up a '#' symbol.
  • Holding Shift and pressing the '8' key on a keyboard will bring up a '*' symbol.
  • Homer Simpson's mother's name is Mona.
  • "Hot for Teacher" appeared on Van Halen's album "1984."
  • Hummus is made with garbanzo beans.
  • Hydrogen plus oxygen equals water.
  • Ifrit is the name of the gauntlet Dante acquires in Devil May Cry.
  • Iggy Pop grew up in Ypsilanti, Michigan
  • Iggy Pop had a role in the Nickelodeon show "The Adventures of Pete and Pete"
  • Iman is married to David Bowie
  • In a game of soccer, the clock continues to count down, even if the ball is out of play.
  • In "Back to the Future", the DeLorean was used as a time machine.
  • In "Die Hard 2", Robert Costanzo played the role of airport police sergeant Vito Lorenzo.
  • In "Die Hard with a Vengeance", Zeus Carver became John McClane's reluctant partner.
  • In Disney's Aladdin, Robin Williams provided the voice for the Genie.
  • In every episode of Seinfeld there is a Superman somewhere.
  • In Ghostbusters, the Proton Pack was developed by Egon Spengler. (wording is probably wrong)
  • In Hamlet, Laertes is the son of Polonius and the brother of Ophelia.
  • In Legend of Zelda: A Link to Past; Link would shoot out power from his sword when his hearts(HP) was full.
  • In Los Angeles, there are more automobiles than there are people.
  • In Pokemon: Ekans evolves into Arbok.
  • In Star Trek, the Romulans and Vulcans are racial ancestral cousins.
  • In the book of "The Wizard of Oz", Dorothy wears silver shoes.
  • In the Lion King, Matthew Broderick provided the voice of Simba
  • In the movie 'Caddyshack', the character Lou is the only one to actually say the word "caddyshack".
  • In the movie 'The Incredibles', Dash's powers allowed him to run across the top of water.
  • In the sentence, "I had seen this movie before." 'seen' is a past participle.
  • In the sentence, "The cat chased the rat." 'rat' is the object.
  • In the sentence, "The moon rose on the horizon." "on" is a preposition.
  • In tennis, The Australian Open is one of the four tournaments making up the Grand Slam.
  • Interstate 15 in the United States goes through Montana.
  • Interstate 75 in the United States goes through Michigan.
  • It takes a lobster approximately seven years to grow one pound.
  • It is impossible to hum if your nose is plugged.
  • Jennifer Aniston played Grace in the movie "Bruce Almighty"
  • Jennifer Garner played Wanda in the movie "Dude, Where's My car?".
  • Jessica Alba played the role of Sue Storm in the movie Fantastic Four.
  • Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison were all 27 years of age when they passed away.
  • John Nash won a Nobel Prize in 1994.
  • John Spartan from Demolition Man was sentenced to spend 70 years in Cryoprison
  • Johnny Depp played Captain Jack Sparrow in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean.
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt played the role of Arthur in the movie Inception.
  • Judy Jetson went to Orbit High School.
  • Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system
  • Jupiter's four largest moons are known as the "Galilean moons."
  • Kakarot is Goku's Saiyan name on the show Dragon Ball Z.
  • Kathleen Turner provided the voice for Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
  • Kelvin, Celsius, and Fahrenheit are all measures of temperature.
  • Ken Watanabe played the role of Saito the movie Inception
  • Kermit the frog is left handed.
  • KIA is a Korean auto manufacturer.
  • Kimchi originated from Korea.
  • King of the Hill was created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels
  • King of The Hill: Mike Judge was the voice of Hank Hill
  • King of The Hill: The Hill family lived in Meimlich County, Texas
  • Klepto is a enemy in Mario 64 that loves to steal Mario's cap
  • Kobe Bryant attended Lower Merion High School
  • Kobe Bryant was born in Los Angeles, California.
  • Krypton's atomic number is 36.
  • Larry Bird retired on August 18, 1992
  • Larry Bird was born in West Baden, Indiana
  • Larry Bird was selected 6th overall in the 1978 NBA draft
  • Lebron James was born in Akron, Ohio.
  • Leonard Nimoy directed the movie 3 Men and a Baby.
  • Leonardo da Vinci was known as a Renaissance painter.
  • Liza Minnelli is the daughter of Judy Garland
  • Lobsters have blue blood
  • Leonardo DiCaprio played Jack in the 1997 movie "Titanic".
  • Leonardo Dicaprio's first on-screen kiss was with a man.
  • Lindsay Wagner played 'The Bionic Woman' in the TV series.
  • Lindsay Wagner starred as Bionic Woman.
  • Little Caesars sells a one-topping pizza for (Incomplete)
  • Louisiana borders three states.
  • Maine borders one state.
  • Magic the Gathering: Battlegrounds was a video game that didn't involve using cards at all.
  • Magnet Man was a robot master in Mega Man 3.
  • Mario's evil alter Ego is named Wario.
  • Mario's lover is the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom named Peach.
  • Mark Twain's real name was Samuel Clemens.
  • Martin Scorsese directed Casino.
  • Martin Gore is the main songwriter for Depeche Mode.
  • Master Chief, at the end of "Halo 3", is seen cryogenically freezing himself as he drifts quietly across space.
  • Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun
  • Mercury is the only liquid to appear on the Periodic table of Elements.
  • Metal Gear was created by Hideo Kojima and published by Konami.
  • Metal Gear was first released in 1987.
  • Metal Gear: David Hayter is the English voice actor for Big Boss Solid Snake
  • Metal Gear: Mei Ling is a data analyst in charge of saving a player's progression.
  • Metal Gear: Meryl Silverburgh is the daughter of Roy Cambell
  • Metal Gear: Psycho Mantis is a psychic expert for the FOXHOUND unit.
  • Metal Gear: Vamp is a knife-throwing specialist endowed with numerous vampire-like abilities
  • Michael Jordan was a two-time slam dunk champion.
  • Michael Jordan was born in Brooklyn,NY
  • Michael Jordan won the MVP award 5 times in his NBA career.
  • Mick Karn was known for playing fretless bass
  • Mickey Mouse is the first cartoon to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Milla Jonovich starred in the 2009 movie "The Fourth Kind".
  • Milla Jovovich was in the movie "Return to the Blue Lagoon"
  • Michigan borders five states
  • Momentum is velocity multiplied by force.
  • More than 10 people a year are killed by vending machines.
  • More turkeys are raised in California than in any other state.
  • Morgan Freeman played the role of Lucius Fox in the movie "The Dark Knight"
  • Most bass guitars have four strings.
  • Most California license plates begin with 4, 5, or 6.
  • Most people will yawn after reading the word 'yawning'.
  • Mount Everest is the highest mountain on earth
  • Nancy Cartwright voices Ralph Wiggum on The Simpsons.
  • Naruto: Aoi was a Leaf village Jonin who tricked his student Idate into stealing the Raijin sword.
  • Naruto: Hiruzen Sarutobi was the Third Hokage.
  • Naruto: Ibiki Morino is the leader of an Interrogation squad in Konoha.
  • Naruto: Minato Namikaze was the Fourth Hokage
  • Naruto: Nara is Shikamaru's clan, Aburame is Shino's, and Uchiha is Sasuke's.
  • Naruto: Rock Lee has no talent for ninjutsu or genjutsu but has tremendous ability with taijutsu.
  • Naruto: Sakumo Hatake is known as "Konoha's White Fang"
  • Naruto: Sasuke's father was murdered when Itachi murdered the clan.
  • Naruto: Shino is a member of the Aburame Clan.
  • Naruto: The members of the Kaguya clan have an ability to manipulate the bones in their bodies.
  • Naruto: Tsunade is known as both "The Legendary Sucker" and "The Slug Tamer."
  • NASA: J stands for Juliette.
  • Neil Armstrong was the person to walk on the moon.
  • Nemo's special fin was recieved when he was attacked by another fish as an egg
  • Neptune is much bigger than Earth.
  • NES stands for Nintendo Entertainment System.
  • New Order was formed by some of the original members of Joy Division
  • New Orleans, Louisiana is further north than Houston, Texas.
  • New York is known as the 'Big Apple'.
  • Nicole Kidman has won an Academy Award for acting.
  • Nicole-458 was featured in the fighting game "Dead or Alive 4"
  • Nike created a shoe inspired by "Twin Peaks"
  • Nintendo 64 was almost called Ultra 64.
  • No cast member on the television show 'M*A*S*H*' served in the Korean War.
  • No word in the English language rhymes with "month"
  • No words in the English Language rhyme with 'month','orange','purple' or 'silver'.
  • Of the three other inner planets of the solar system, Venus is the closest in size to Earth.
  • On average, the muscles in the human eye move 300,000 times a day
  • Oregon borders 4 states.
  • Oregon has the most ghost towns of any state.
  • Pablo Picasso was known as a cubist painter.
  • Peanuts originated from South America.
  • Peanuts are an ingredient in dynamite. (may be incorrect wording)
  • Plants can suffer from jet lag.
  • Polar Bears are left-handed.
  • Porcelain was invented in china.
  • Pound for pound, hamburgers cost more than new cars.
  • Pressing 'Alt' and F4 on a keyboard will quit and close most applications on a PC.
  • Pressing the Ctrl and the "N" key on the Keyboard open a new document on Microsoft Applications on a PC.
  • Pressing the Ctrl and the "s" key on the Keyboard will save most Microsoft Applications on a PC.
  • Prosciutto is a type of ham of Italian origin
  • Proxima Centauri is the closest star to the Sun.
  • Queensland is the northwest province of Australia.
  • Quentin Tarantino starred in his own movie called Reservoir dogs.
  • 'Rafiki' means "friend" in Swahili.
  • Rats cannot vomit.
  • Red, Blue, and Yellow are primary colors.
  • Rembrandt was known as a Baroque painter.
  • Reno, Nevada has higher elevation than Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Resident Evil was first released in 1996 for the Sony PlayStation
  • Resident Evil: Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine were the 2 playable main characters.
  • Resident Evil 2: Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield are the 2 main characters
  • Resident Evil 3: Former STARS member Jill Valentine is the main character
  • Rhode Island is the smallest state in the United States.
  • Robert Downey, Jr. played Tony Stark in the movie Iron Man
  • Robert E. Lee commanded the Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War
  • Robert E. Lee was one of the Generals of the Confederate States of America
  • Rocky Road is a flavor of ice cream.
  • Ron Howard directed the movie "A Beautiful Mind".
  • Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.
  • Saturn is the sixth planet closest to the Sun
  • Sauerkraut is pickled cabbage.
  • Scooby Doo's first name is Scoobert.
  • Seaweed can grow up to 12 inches in a day.
  • September 16 is Mexico's Independence Day
  • Shaquille O'Neal attended Louisiana State University.
  • Shaquille O'Neal has 4 rap albums.
  • Shaquille O'Neal was selected 1st overall in the 1992 NBA draft
  • Shaquille O'Neal's middle name is Rashaun
  • Silver is the name of the Lone Ranger's horse.
  • Simpsons: Abraham J. "Grampa" Simpson is a member of the Stonecutters.
  • Simpsons: Homer Jay Simpson is the father of Bartholemew, Lisa, and Margaret.
  • Simpsons: Homer Simpsons mother's name is Mona.
  • Simpsons: Manjula is Apu's wife.
  • Simpsons: Mr. Burns is the richest, and oldest man in Springfield.
  • Simpsons: Sideshow Bob married Aunt Selma and was Mayor of Springfield.
  • Simpsons: Timothy Lovejoy is the pastor of the First Church of Springfield
  • Simpsons: The original Barbershop Quartet consisted of Homer, Apu, Chief Wiggum and Principal Skinner.
  • "Skankin" is a form of dancing to a SKA or Reggae genre song.
  • Slogan for Nintendo 64 was "Get N, or get Out!"
  • Slogan for the Yellow Pages is "Let your fingers do the walking"
  • Slugs are part of the same animal family related to snails.
  • Snake Man was a robot master in Mega Man 3.
  • Some mushrooms can grow in complete darkness.
  • Sound travels faster through water than air
  • South Park: Cartman's first name is Eric.
  • South Park: Cartman always makes fun of Kyle's religion
  • South Park: Jesus had a talk show called "Jesus and Pals"
  • South Park: Sparky was the name of Stan's dog
  • South Park: Stan's father Randy Marsh's occupation is a Geologist.
  • South Park: Trey Parker and Matt Stone are the creators of South Park.
  • Spain is bordered to the north by France.
  • Spinach originated from Asia.
  • Spotted skunks to handstands before spraying their victim. (Not accurate wording)
  • Sprite is manufactured by the Coca-cola Company.
  • Squints and Yeah-Yeah were the names of two of the characters from the movie The Sandlot.
  • Squirtle is a water type of Pokemon
  • SSR stands for silent sustained reading.
  • Stalactites hang from the ceilings of limestone caves.
  • Star Trek : Scotty lost finger during WW2 (Incomplete)
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture came out in 1979.
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture was nominated for three Academy Awards.
  • "Steal This Album!" is an album released by the band System of a Down.
  • Steve-O was a professional clown before appearing on television.
  • Steven Spielberg directed Twilight Zone: The Movie
  • Strawberries are part of the rose family.
  • Strawberries have more Vitamin C than oranges.
  • Summer in Bolivia ranges from November to March.
  • Superman's lover's name is Lois Lane.
  • Te Amo means "I Love You" in Spanish.
  • Team Fortress 2: Engineers are able to build sentry guns.
  • Team Fortress 2: Lumberyard is one of the available arena maps.
  • Team Fortress 2: Scouts can double-jump.
  • That roar that we hear in the ocean isn't the ocean, but rather the blood surging through the veins in our ears.
  • The 1988 Winter Olympics were held in Calgary, Canada
  • The alter ego of Psylocke is Elizabeth Braddock.
  • The alter ego of Wonder Woman is Diana Prince.
  • The American Civil War took place from 1861 to 1865
  • The American Film Institute lists the Star Wars soundtrack at number one
  • The amount of wood a woodchuck can chuck is equivalent to Chuck Norris.
  • The Andes in South America is the largest continental mountain range.
  • The Andromeda Galaxy is the closest galaxy to our own Milky Way.
  • The Anglo-Zanzibar war took place in 1896 and lasted for 38 minutes
  • The animation for the AT-AT walker war machines in The Empire Strikes back was created by stop motion.
  • The Aquabats appeared on the television show "Yo Gabba Gabba"
  • The Atari LYNX was the first color handheld video game console.
  • The Australian Mountain Ash is the second tallest tree species.
  • The average ant can lift fifty times its own weight.
  • The average ant can pull 30 times its own weight.
  • The average flea can jump 350 times its own body length.
  • The big dog in the movie The Sandlot was nicknamed 'The Beast'
  • The boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit).
  • The brand on the flank of a My Little Pony is known as a "Cutie Mark".
  • The capital of California is Sacramento.
  • The capital of New Jersey is Trenton.
  • The center of the earth is hotter than the surface of the sun
  • The character name for the tropical punch flavored Otto Pop was Poncho Punch.
  • The city Alexandria was named after Alexander the Great
  • The climactic scene of The Empire Strikes Back takes place in Cloud City.
  • The columbian flag contains red blue yellow (may not be accurate)
  • The comic book character Thor's brother is Loki
  • The country south of Finland is Estonia.
  • The country to the west of Thailand is Burma.
  • The country with the highest date production is Egypt.
  • The country with the highest carrot production is China.
  • The country with the highest pineapple production in Thailand
  • The creator of Mario is named Shigeru Miyamoto.
  • The Disney cartoon character Goofy has a son named Max.
  • The DX, EX, LX, and Si are submodels for Honda Civics.
  • The elevation of Los Angeles, California is higher than New York City, New York.
  • The elevation of Reno, Nevada is higher than Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • The face of a penny can hold about thirty drops of water.
  • The Family Guy video game was developed by High Voltage Software and released by 2K Games
  • The ferret belongs to the same family as wolverines.
  • The first Ford cars had Dodge engines.
  • The first Japanese car sold in the United States was the Honda Accord.
  • The first NASA mission to arrive on the moon was Apollo 11
  • The first professional baseball team was the Cincinnati Red Stockings
  • The first set of Crayola crayons had eight colors
  • The first Toy Story movie was released in 1995.
  • The flag of the state of Colorado has the letter C.
  • The flag of the state of Tennessee has three stars.
  • The flag of the state of Washington has a picture of George Washington.
  • The French word for car is 'voiture'.
  • "The Fugitive" starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones, was based on a TV series of the same name.
  • The group that Nick Fury is in charge of is known as "SHIELD"
  • The Gunner is a character class in Dungeon Fighter Online.
  • The "Half-Life" the research facility was is located in New Mexico.
  • The Hawaiian alphabet only has 12 letters
  • The HEV suit is the name of the protective suit Gordon Freeman wears through "Half-Life"
  • The highest point in all of Australia is 9,006 feet.
  • The Honda Accord's first model came to the United States in the 1982.
  • The Honda Civic DX, Audi A4 1.8L Turbo, and Nissan Sentra SE are all front-wheel drive.
  • The infinity sign is called a 'lemniscate'.
  • The items that allow Link to run are called Dash Boots.
  • The jaguar "big cat" only appears in North and South America.
  • The Land of Termina is featured in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  • The leader of the evil cult was Dahlia Gillespie in Silent Hill.
  • The letter "Q" is the only letter that doesn't appear in any of the United States of America
  • The letter 't' in the Audi A4 2.0L t stands for Turbo.
  • The letters c-t-r-l on the bottom left key on a keyboard are an abbreviation for 'Control'.
  • The lemon is a hybrid species of citrus.
  • The longest bone in the human body is the femur.
  • The longest one-syllable word in the English language is "screeched."
  • The lysosome breaks down waste products found within a cell.
  • The main character in Silent Hill is Harry Mason who is looking for his daughter, Cheryl.
  • The Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean is the deepest point in the world.
  • The mascot for Lacoste is an alligator.
  • The members of the band Blink 182 are Tom DeLonge, Mark Hoppus, and Travis Barker.
  • The members of the band Led Zeppelin are Robert Plant,Jimmy Page,John Paul Jones, and John Bonham.
  • The members of the band The Beatles are John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.
  • The Mercenaries military third-person shooter was published by Lucas Arts.
  • The Mexican Hat Dance is the official dance of Mexico
  • The most populated city in Canada is Toronto.
  • The movie 'Tears of the Sun' stars Bruce Willis.
  • The musical instrument store near Moe's Tavern is called King Toots.
  • The name dinosaur means 'terrible lizard'
  • The names of all 50 states is listed on the back of the
  • The national flag of Cuba has one star.
  • The national flag of Egypt has the colors Red, White, Black, and Gold.
  • The national flag of Lebanon has a green tree.
  • The national flag of New Zealand has four stars.
  • The national flag of the Czech Republic has the colors Red, White, and Blue.
  • The NATO phonetic pronunciation of H is Hotel.
  • The NATO phonetic pronunciation of J is Juliet.
  • The NATO phonetic pronunciation of Q is Quebec.
  • The NATO phonetic pronunciation of W is Whiskey.
  • The NATO phonetic pronunciation of V is Victor.
  • The New York Yankees have 27 World Series wins and have won more the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place teams combined.
  • The Nintendo 64 game F-Zero-X contains Rainbow Road
  • The Nintendo64 game Starfox contains Rainbow Road.
  • The nucleus controls all cellular activities.
  • The number one selling snack in the us is potato chips.
  • The official ball for the WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association) is orange and white
  • The oldest tree in the world is over 4,500 years old.
  • The Onion Knight is a character class in Final Fantasy Tactics.
  • The only even prime number is 2.
  • The original Coca-Cola was green.
  • The Pacific Ocean touches five continents.
  • The Pacific Ocean was named by Ferdinand Magellan.
  • The penguin is the only bird that can swim, but not fly.
  • The periodic symbol for Platinum is Pt.
  • The periodic symbol for Antimony is Sb.
  • The PlayStation 2 was the first console to use DVD technology.
  • The popular PC game Starcraft was also available on the Nintendo 64.
  • The price of a Tata Nano is roughly (unfinished)
  • The proton pack in Ghostbusters was invented by Egon Spengler
  • The province capital of Quebec is Quebec. (possibly incorrect wording)
  • The punk rock band Rancid have an album with a skull and crossbones on the cover.
  • The Ramones was a famous rock band that released songs like "I Wanna Be Sedated" and "Blitzkrieg Bop".
  • The Resident Evil video game is published by Capcom
  • The restaurant chain Chipotle is named after a Hispanic chili pepper.
  • The rock band Stone Sour has former Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor as their unmasked Lead Singer.
  • The Scion car make is from the Toyota manufacturer.
  • The Shark is the only fish that can blink underwater.
  • The ship number of the USS Enterprise in Star Trek is NCC-1701.
  • The shock of an electric eel can knock a man down.
  • The shore of the Caspian Sea in Russia is the lowest point in Europe.
  • The Simpsons have a total of five cats.
  • The Simpsons is the longest-running animated series of all time.
  • The Simpsons first aired on the Tracey Ullman Show in 1987.
  • The Simpson's family dog is name Santa's Little Helper.
  • The slogan for Ajax is "Stronger than dirt."
  • The slogan for Diesel Jeans is "Be stupid."
  • The slogan for Levi's is "Quality Never Goes Out of Style!"
  • The slogan for Matchbox is "We sell more cars than Ford, Chrysler, Chevrolet, and Buick combined."
  • The slogan for MM's is "Melts in your mouth, not in your hands".
  • The slogan for the Yellow Pages is "Let your fingers do the walking."
  • The smallest country in Africa is Seychelles.
  • The smallest country in the world based on landmass is Vatican City.
  • The Spacebar button on a standard keyboard is the only key without text on it.
  • The Spanish word for orange is naranja.
  • The Spanish word for table is mesa.
  • The Square root of 144 is 12.
  • The state of Florida is larger than England.
  • The sum of the angles in any triangle is always equal to 180.
  • The tallest volcano on earth lies on Hawaii.
  • The tiger is the largest of the four "big cats".
  • The translation of the Spanish word 'noche' means 'night' in English.
  • The Transplants rock band includes members from Rancid and Blink 182.
  • The two chambers at the bottom of the human heart are known ventricles.
  • The two leagues in Major League Baseball are known as the American League and the National League.
  • The two Pokemon Ekans and Arbok have hidden words spelled backwards.
  • The video game industry has surpassed the movie industry in sales.
  • The video games Super Mario Bros, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox, and Donkey Kong all share the same creator.
  • The voice of Donald Duck is provided by Clarence Nash
  • The Wanderer is from "Diablo II, Kerrigan is from "Starcraft" and Arthas is from "Warcraft III".
  • The word dinosaur means "terrible lizard".
  • The world's least expensive new car is the Tata Nano.
  • The young of a dragonfly is called a nymph.
  • The young of a falcon is called a eyas.
  • The young of an anteater is known as a pup.
  • There are 1,000 decimeters in a hecometer.
  • There are 1,000 millimeters in a meter.
  • There are 206 bones in the adult human body
  • There are 293 ways to make change for a Dollar.
  • There are 336 dimples on a regulation golf ball
  • There are 36 black keys on a standard piano.
  • There are currently five Disneyland resorts.
  • There are generally no visible clocks in Las Vegas casinos.
  • There are only two Civilians buried in West Point cemetery
  • There are six stars on the Australian flag
  • There are two credit cards for every person in America.
  • There is a Disneyland in Shanghai
  • There have been six NASA lunar landings.
  • There was a total Lunar eclipse the night the Boston Red Sox won the 2004 World Series.
  • There wasn't a single pony in the pony express, just horses
  • Tigers have striped skin, not only striped fur. (Game says that it's false, can someone confirm?)
  • Tim Burton directed the movie Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands
  • Tim Story is the director of the 2005 movie Fantastic Four.
  • Titan is the name of Saturn's largest moon.
  • Titan, one of Saturn's moons, is larger than the planet Mercury.
  • Titanium appears before Silver on the periodic table.
  • Tom Cruise played the role of Ethan Hunt in the movie Mission Impossible
  • Tom Hanks starred as Forrest Gump, a simple-minded, but good-hearted, Southerner.
  • Toro is a form of Sushi.
  • Trish is Dante's love interest in Devil May Cry.
  • Troll batriders were introduced in the "Warcraft III" expansion.
  • Two members of the beatles rock band are left-handed.
  • "Typewriter" is the longest word that can be made using only one row of keys on the keyboard.
  • Uberto Alberti is the first person you kill in Assassin's Creed
  • Unlike Microsoft and Sony, Nintendo has never made a loss at the end of the year.
  • Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun.
  • Vespene Gas is one of the main resource in "Starcraft"
  • Water boils at 100 degrees Celcius (212 degrees Fahrenheit).
  • Wesley Snipes played Simon Phoenix in the film Demolition Man.
  • When you sneeze, all bodily functions stop, even your heart
  • Winona Ryder played the role of Lydia Deetz in the movie Beetlejuice.
  • World of Warcraft is an MMORPG developed by Blizzard Entertainment
  • World of Warcraft released its first expansion on January 16,2007
  • World of Warcraft: Alliance and Horde are the two opposing factions
  • World of Warcraft: As of September 2011, the level cap is 85.
  • World of Warcraft: Copper, silver and gold is the main currency
  • Wormwood: (something follows but it's true)
  • You are able to pick up Chickens in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
  • You can get stuff for free on the website Craigslist.
  • You can make a happy face by holding Shift, pressing the number '9' and the ';' key on a Keyboard.
  • You learn the Song of Time on the first cycle as a Deku Scrub in the Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  • You will become a Zombie If one bites you.
  • Zero Degrees Celsius is the freezing point of water.

Questions that are FALSE

  • 100 divided by 5 does not equal 20
  • 187 is half of 364.
  • 2 plus 2 equals 5.
  • 2 to the 20th power is 1,048,575.
  • 25% of the world is made of water.
  • "2001: A space Odyssey" was directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky.
  • 3 squared equals 6.
  • 30 percent of 30 is 6.3 (repeating)
  • -4 is a natural number.
  • 5/8 is larger than 3/4.
  • 65 - 43 + 5 = 26.
  • A4, A6, A8, and S4 are all Mercedes car models.
  • A baby oyster is called a spit.
  • A Bass player in a band will read his music from a Treble Clef sheet.
  • A car that is all-wheel drive means that all the wheels are powered by seperate motors.
  • A cat has more than double the amount of vertebrae in their spine than a human.
  • A cubic mile of fog contains 30 gallons of water.
  • A decameter is 100,000 millimeters.
  • A dodecagon is a polygon that has ten sides.
  • A four-of-a-kind is the highest hand in poker.
  • A fully grown male lion is the largest land mammal on the planet.
  • A giraffe's tongue is green.
  • A goldfish has a memory span of 24 hours.
  • A hatchback car means that the engine is in the back of the car.
  • A Horse is a carnivore.
  • A Jellyfish is 98% water.
  • A Katana sword is a traditional battle sword from India.
  • A man's heart beats faster than a woman's (on average).
  • A penny weights more than a hummingbird.
  • A snail will never fall asleep.
  • A standard guitar has 5 strings.
  • A Tridecagon is a polygon with 30 sides.
  • A trumpet is a member of the woodwind section.
  • A Tuba is a member of the Percussion section.
  • AC/DC was known as the "Bad Boys from Boston" and was the famous rock group that recorded the song "Jaded"
  • Aaron Eckhart played the role of the Scarecrow in the movie "The Dark Knight"
  • Aardvarks are part of the same animal family related to anteaters.
  • All the clocks in the movie Pulp Fiction are set to 4:20
  • Amy Adams has won an award for acting.
  • An African male lion can run faster than a fully grown cheetah.
  • An airbag takes a little over one second to deploy during an accident.
  • Avocados have the least amount of protein than any other fruit. [sic]
  • An American. (This question is unfinished)
  • Abraham Lincoln appears on the American [sic]
  • Alice in Wonderland was Forrest's favorite book in the movie "Forrest Gump"
  • All rabbits lay eggs.
  • All stars explode into surpernovae when they reach the end of their life cycle.
  • All the bones in the human body connect to one another.
  • An anthropologist is a person who studies rocks.
  • Arabic is the most common language spoken in Africa.
  • Archie Bunker's favorite hang out was Jerry's bar.
  • Archie Bunker's favorite hangout was the bar.
  • Argon appears before Silicon on the periodic table.
  • Australia is the driest continent on Earth.
  • Barry Bonds holds the record for most home runs at 76 in a single season.
  • Bart Simpson is the youngest son in his family.
  • Batman's secret identity is Peter Parker.
  • 'Beam me up, Scotty' is a phrase commonly used in the original Star Trek.
  • BMW is an Austrian auto manufacturer.
  • Boba Fett was the only bounty hunter looking for Han Solo and Princess Leia in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Boston, Massachusetts is further west than New York, New York. (This question was originally in the true section but now it's false)
  • Bowser is a Koopa. [sic]
  • Brad Pitt has won an Academy Award for acting.
  • Brisbane is located on the west coast of Australia.
  • Broccoli originated from Asia.
  • 'Call Me Ishmael' is the first line of the book 'Tom Sawywer'.
  • Call of Duty 4: Berikov was the name of the Russian informant in the Ultranationalist group.
  • Charizard is the highest evolve form of Squirtle.
  • Chicago, Illinois is further north than Detroit, Michigan.
  • Chloroplast is found only in animal cells.
  • Christopher Columbus was the first person to ever set foot in the USA.
  • Chrono Trigger is a role playing game developed and published by Activision.
  • Chrono Trigger: Lucca is the princess of Guardia Castle.
  • Chrono Trigger: Marle is a mechanical genius who is a friend of Crono
  • Chrono Trigger: There are 9 playable characters.
  • Cinco de Mayo is celebrated because it is Mexican Independence Day.
  • Claire Danes provided the voice for San in the English localization of Spirited Away.
  • Claude Monet was known as a Neo-Classicist painter.
  • Clint Eastwood directed Dirty Harry.
  • Coast Redwood is the second tallest of trees.
  • Cornea controls how much light gets/got through to the eye. (Wording may be incorrect)
  • Country immediately to the north of the top of Queensland (this is improperly worded and needs fixing, but there should be enough information here)
  • Courtney Cox played Rosemary in the movie "Shallow Hal"
  • Crystallophobia is the fear of cold, ice or frost
  • Cut Man was a robot master in Mega Man 2.
  • Dan Castellaneta voices the following characters on the Simpsons: Chief Wiggum, Moe, amd Professor Fink.
  • Dark Knight is a character in world of warcraft
  • Deimos and Phoebe are the names of Mars' moons.
  • Denver, Colorado is further south than Kansas City, Missouri.
  • "Destiny Ivory" is the name of the two pistols Dante is equipped with in Devil May Cry.
  • Disney's Chip and Dale are squirrels.
  • Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was the first animated feature film to be nominated for Best Picture.
  • Donald Duck is a Warner Brothers cartoon character.
  • Donkey Kong`s parents were Cracky Kong and Drinky Kong.
  • Dutch, on average, are the shortest people in the world.
  • Each team in the NHL plays 92 in a regular season.
  • Earth is the second planet closest to the Sun
  • Earvin "Magic" Johnson attending University of California, Los Angeles"'
  • Earvin "Magic" Johnson won the MVP award 6 times in his career
  • Eddie Murphy played the role of Ulysses in the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou"'
  • Edgar Allan Poe wrote a poem about a crow that harped relentlessly on a lone man in his study.
  • Edouard Manet was known as a cubist painter.
  • Elephants can jump just like every other mammal on earth'
  • "Eliminate Pro" is a game mode in Combat Arms.
  • Ernest Hemingway had two wives
  • Evel Knievel was the name of a famous witch doctor.
  • Extras who were doomed to be killed off in an episode of Star Trek were known as 'Redbacks.'
  • Family Guy: O'Riley was the name of the old Sailor with wooden pegs for arms and legs
  • Family Guy: Seth MacFarlane does the voice for Cleveland Brown.
  • Fear Factor is a television show that puts participants in scary haunted houses around the United Stats.
  • Ferghus is the best blacksmith.
  • Final Fantasy VII: Barret Wallace is a former member of Shinra's SOLDIER
  • Final Fantasy VII: Caith sith is a lion-like creature who was experimented by Shinra scientists
  • Final Fantasy VII: Cloud Strife is a former leader of AVALANCHE.
  • Final Fantasy VII: Red XIII is a fortune-telling robotic cat who rides an animated moogle doll'
  • Final Fantasy VII was designed and produced by Hironobu Sakgaguchi.
  • Finland flag has a yellow cross on its national flag. (Wording may be incorrect)
  • Fort Knox is found in Washington DC
  • Fort Sumter is located in North Carolina.
  • Four-wheel drive means that all four wheels of a car can turn independently.
  • French is the most spoken language in the European Union.
  • Full Metal Alchemist: Al Eric became a state Alchemist
  • Full Metal Alchemist: Kimblee created 6 total chimeras.
  • Full Metal Alchemist: Roy Mustang is the Elric brothers tutor and mentor
  • Futurama is an animated series about America's trips to the moon.
  • George Clooney played Frank in the 2002 movie "Catch Me If You Can"
  • George Lucas directed the empire strikes back
  • George Washington appears on the American one cent coin.
  • Goliath, from the tale of David and Goliath, came from Palestine.
  • Goombas are known to run around and explode when Mario is near.
  • Grandpa Simpson's real name is Alabaster Simpson.
  • Greece is bordered by three countries.
  • Groundskeeper Willie is the name of a firework that is sold during 4th of July.
  • Guatemala is located in South Africa.
  • H2O is the chemical symbol for the element oxygen
  • The Habanero chili is the hottest chili on earth.
  • Hades is the Greek god of fire and volcanism.
  • Hamlet said, "Ay, that incestuous, that adulterate beast."
  • Hard Man was a robot master in Mega Man 5.
  • Hasbro is the sole company to make Transformer toys.
  • Having 'The Nuts' in poker means that you currently have peanuts with you.
  • Hawaii is the only US State south of the equator.
  • Hedgehogs are part of the same animal family related to porcupines.
  • Helium is the 7th element on the periodic table of elements.
  • Hera is the Greek goddess of the hearth, home, and cooking.
  • Herbivores eat meat.
  • Highway 17 is the longest highway in Canada.
  • Highway 87 in Australia runs east-west through the continent.
  • Hippopotamuses are part of the same family as Rhinoceroses.
  • Holding Shift and pressing the '2' key on the keyboard will bring up a '!' symbol.
  • Holding Shift and pressing the '4' key on the keyboard will bring up a '%' symbol.
  • Honda's first car was a hybrid car (May not be exact wording)
  • Horatio becomes a king at the end of Hamlet.
  • Hugh Jackman played the role of William Wallace in Braveheart.
  • Ice sinks in water.
  • Infiniti is just a higher end Mazda car.
  • Integra, RSX, and NSX are all Hyundai car models.
  • Interstate 81 in the United States goes through Maine.
  • Interstate 10 in the United States goes through Oklahoma.
  • In 1912, Carl Laemmle founded the Columbia Motion Picture Company.
  • In 1997 a critically acclaimed movie released about a sinking ship that was called: The Lost World.
  • In an isosceles triangle all sides are unequal.
  • In Canadian paper money, the face of the subject is on the right side of the bill.
  • In "Demolition Man" the people in the future used a device called "The Three Eggshells"
  • In "Die Hard", Mrs. McClane's maiden name was "Geronimo".
  • In "Half-Life" Gordon Freeman graduated from Harvard University.
  • In Monsters Inc, Mike's last name is 'Wisconsin'.
  • In My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Equestria is ruled by Princess Celestia. [sic]
  • In My Neighbor Totoro, shouting gets rid of dust bunnies.
  • In Pokemon: Raichu evolved from Raddish.
  • Intel is the creator of the Phenom line of processor chips.
  • In the continental United States, California has the longest coastline.
  • In the Digimon TV show, Megaseadramon is beat by MetalGreymon.
  • In the movie: The Sandlot: the shoes that are guaranteed to make a kid run faster and jump higher are Nike brand.
  • In the sentence, "The heavy sword fell to the ground." 'heavy' is the subject.
  • In the TV show Friends, Joey and Phoebe are brother and sister.
  • In total, there were six active space shuttles produced.
  • In "Warcraft III", the Undead must build their structures on what is called creep.
  • Ioan Gruffudd played the role of Ben Grimm in the movie Fantastic Four
  • Iowa borders five states.
  • It takes the average human about 30 minutes to fall asleep.
  • It takes three to tango
  • It was Mark Twain who once said, "Bigamy is having one wife too many. Monogamy is the same."
  • Jackie Robinson played for the Boston Braves.
  • James Sunderland is the main character in Silent Hill 4
  • Japanese, on average, are the tallest people in the world.
  • Jason Block won a million dollars in the American version of 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire'.
  • John Howard is the director for the movie "Weird Science".
  • John Singleton was the director of the 2010 movie "Inception".
  • Kansas is the flattest state in the United States.
  • Kate Hudson played Jenny Curran in the movie "Forrest Gump".
  • Keira Knightley voices Lucy Stillman in "Assassin's Creed".
  • King Kong was found on Marsh Island.
  • King of the Hill: Hank sells cellphones and cellphone accessories.
  • King of the Hill: Pamela Adlon is the voice of Peggy Hill.
  • Kirby's Avalanche was a very fun platformer on the Super Nintendo.
  • Kobe Bryant scored 81 points in one game against the Toronto Raptors.
  • Kobe Bryant was selected 13th overall in the 1996 NBA draft
  • Korume is the boss of Woodfall Temple in Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
  • Krypton's atomic number is 26.
  • LA Is Further West then California (Incomplete)
  • Land Rover is an American auto manufacturing company.
  • Larry Bird is a 4-time NBA 3 point Shootout champion
  • Larry Bird is the name of a character in the movie Madagascar.
  • Larry Bird won the MVP award 2 times in his NBA career.
  • Lebron James' middle name is Byron "LBJ".
  • Lebron James has 2 NBA scoring titles.
  • Lebron James was selected 2nd overall in the 2003 NBA draft.
  • Lebron James won the MVP award 3 times in his NBA career
  • Lemons originated from Europe.
  • Lieutenant Harris was Forrest and Bubba's commanding officer in the movie "Forrest Gump"
  • Like vampires, Zombies hate Garlic.
  • Lisa was the name of thelittle girl in "Silent Hill 2"
  • Long Haul, Sideswipe, and Ratchet are all names of wrestling moves.
  • Los Angeles, California is further west than Portland, Oregon.
  • Luigi's evil alter Ego is named Luigo
  • M4A1, MP40, Hk21 are all motorcyle models.
  • Mabinogi is an action-racing game on 360.
  • Marco Polo discovered pasta in China and brought it back to Italy.
  • Marge Simpson's maiden name is Bellvue
  • Mario lives in the Plumber Kingdom
  • Mario must fight the evil Koopa to rescue Princess Peach
  • Mario's nationality is French.
  • Mario's pet dinosaur Yoshi has never starred in his own video game
  • Mel Gibson was in the 2008 movie "Australia"
  • Metal Gear: Master Miller was nicknamed Otacon in Metal Gear Solid
  • Metal Gear: Raiden is romantically involved with Meryl Silverburgh
  • Metal gear: Naomi Hunter is FOXHOUND's Weapon Specialist
  • Metal Gear: Revolver Ocelot was a member of Gray Fox secretly working for Solidus
  • Metal Gear: Vulcan Raven injects the blood of those he impersonates into his body.
  • Michael Caine played the roll of "Two-Face" in the movie "The Dark Knight".
  • Michael Chiklis played the role of Reed Richards in the movie Fantastic Four.
  • Michael Jordan has 12 NBA Scoring Titles.
  • Michael Jordan's last NBA game was played on September 25, 2009
  • Michigan borders four states.
  • Mount Blanc in the Alps is the highest point in Europe.
  • Mount Kilimanjaro is located in Kenya.
  • Musician Sting's real name is Reginald Dwight.
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is made by the creators of Dexter's Laboratory and Johnny Bravo.
  • Naruto: Gai's students are Neji, Ino and Shikamaru.
  • Naruto: Kakashi can use the Sharingan just as well as Sasuke and Itachi.
  • Naruto: Kakashi received his Sharingan eye from Itachi
  • Naruto: The word "hokage" translates to Fire God.
  • Naruto: There are 320 chakra points in a person
  • Naruto: Zabuza Momochi, Kisame Hoshigaki, and Raiga are all members (or former members) of Akatsuki.
  • Nexon originally started up in Mexico.
  • Niagara Falls is the highest waterfall in the world.
  • Nibelheim is the name of the Tree of Life.
  • Nickel and Copper are the two main metals found in the earth's core
  • Nine Inch Nails wrote the song Dead Souls on "The Crow" soundtrack
  • Nintendo became a household name in 1987.
  • Nintendo first became famous when they released the Nintendo Entertainment System for homes in 1989. (Wording is probably incorrect. Added homes to the question, may still be incomplete)
  • Nintendo's GameCube console went down in history as the only console that lost Nintendo money the first year.
  • Of Mice and Men was written by JD Salinger.
  • One of Superman's abilities was to grow as tall as the Empire State Building.
  • One of the bugs that Timon pulls out of a knothole during Hakuna Matata is wearing Mickey Mouse ears.
  • One of the many voice actors in "Assassin's Creed" was Sir Ian McKellan.
  • Oranges have more Vitamin C than strawberries.
  • Orange flavored soda for orange otter is known as "little pop" (question missing words)
  • Orchestras were invented in Germany.
  • Overshield is one of the main antagonists in "Halo 3"
  • Our nose, eyes and ears never stop growing until the day we die.
  • Ozzy Osbourne was a famous singer that released songs like "Poison" and "School's Out".
  • Paparazzi, Poker Face, and Born This Way are all songs performed by Rihanna.
  • Paper was invented in Egypt.
  • Physics is the study of physical education and the benefit of it on the human body.
  • Pi can be written as a fraction.
  • Pickles are pickled zucchini.
  • Pikachu evolves into Bulbasaur.
  • Pokemon Lavender is the highest grossing Pokemon version
  • Putting a raisin in a fresh glass of champagne will cause the raisin to sink.
  • Quentin Tarantino's first movie at the Sundance film festival was 'A few good men'.
  • R2-D2 is a protocol droid that assists with human-cyborg relations.
  • Raditz is Goku's younger brother in the show Dragon Ball Z.
  • Rainbow Dash is a unicorn pony.
  • Ratatouille is a movie about talking toys that get lost and try to find their way back to their owner
  • Reasoning with a Zombie will get him/her to stop attacking you.
  • Reese Witherspoon played Brooke in the 2006 movie "Breakup".
  • Resident Evil: Albert Wesker is the Helicopter pilot that tries to find Jill and Chris
  • Resident Evil 2 was set 3 years after the events of the first Resident Evil.
  • Resident Evil 3 : Tyrant T-001 is the final boss of Resident Evil 3
  • Rolling Thunder is a flavor of ice cream.
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Hamlets best friends.
  • Rover was the name of the rabbit you see in both "Silent Hill 3" "Silent Hill 4"
  • Rumble Packs were small controller add-ons that rumbled when player's hands got sweaty during play.
  • Saab is a German automobile manufacturer.
  • Sabina was born in Los Angeles, California
  • Sabina's favourite colour is purple.
  • Sandra Bullock played Annette in the movie "Cruel Intentions"
  • Sandy Peaks is a flavor of ice cream.
  • Saturn is the hottest planet in our solar system.
  • Sentra, Maxima, and Altima are all Final Fantasy skills.
  • Shaquille O'Neal has 4 NBA Scoring titles
  • Sharks are mammals.
  • Sharp Shot, Maverick, Nite Finder, and Barrel Break are names of Transformers.
  • Silent Hill 4: The room was the last installment of the silent hill video game.
  • Silent Hill 4: The Room was only on Xbox.
  • Simba means "Tiger" in swahili.
  • Simpsons: Carl and Lenny are police officers
  • Simpsons: Janice is Seymore Skinner's very possessive mother
  • Simpsons: Lance is Chief Wiggum's first name
  • Simpsons: Simon and Lenny are police officers.
  • Simpsons: Terri and Sherri are Marge's twin sisters.
  • Simpsons: Will Van Houten is the father of Bart's best friend, Milhouse.
  • Slugs only have one nose to smell.
  • SNES stands for Super Nintendo Electronic System.
  • Solid Cobra is the hero for the series Metal Gear.
  • S.O.S. stands for "Save our Ship".
  • Soundgarden was a famous rock band that released songs like "Comfortably Numb" and "Another Brick in The Wall"
  • South America is made up of more than twelve countries.
  • South Korea's Independence Day lies on August 21st.
  • South Park: After Kenny would die Kyle would usually say, "Oh my God! They killed Kenny!".
  • South Park: Kenny's family is very rich.
  • South Park: Mary is the name of Stan's sister
  • South Park: Professor Chaos was Cartman's alter ego.
  • South Park: South Park Elementary School's mascot is a donkey
  • South Park: Stan is the best basketball player in South Park.
  • South Park first aired on Comedy Central on August 13, 2003
  • Space Invaders was the very first video game of all time.
  • Spiderman is also known as Clark Kent
  • Standard guitar has 5 strings.
  • Steve Nash was the name of the main character in the movie "A Beautiful Mind".
  • Superman also worked at the Daily Bugle as Clark Kent.
  • Superman is a Marvel superhero created by Stan Lee.
  • Switzerland is a part of the European Union.
  • Sylvester Stallone played the role of Richard Spartan in the movie Demolition Man
  • Sylvian is David Sylvian's real last name.
  • "Tacos de Lengua" are tacos filled with spicy pork.
  • T.A.T.U is a Russian two-piece missile system.
  • Team Fortress 2: The Soldier's motto is: "I will blow you to pieces with my Rocket Launcher!"
  • The 2nd amendment of the US Constitution gives Americans the "right to assemble".
  • The abbreviation for Los Angeles International airport is LAS
  • The actor Brad Pitt has never smoked a cigarette in his life.
  • The alter ego of Batman is Bruce Banner.
  • The alter ego of Cyclops is Alex Summers.
  • The alter ego of the Martian Manhunter is John Stewart.
  • The American Civil War ended with the Confederacy as the victors
  • The amplifier for the band Spinal Tap goes to 9.
  • The "anvil" bone in the ear is the smallest bone in the human body.
  • The Atlantic Ocean is the biggest ocean on Earth.
  • The ball on top of a flagpole is called an angel
  • The band Misfits have a famous clown logo that is associated with the band
  • The battle of Shiloh was fought on Kentucky soil.
  • The beatles song come together was written in 1968
  • The Bermuda Triangle is made up of three points: bermuda, puerto rico, cuba. (Incomplete)
  • The best thing to do during a Zombie invasion is to go out into the street screaming and yelling.
  • The biggest country in the Southern Hemisphere is Australia.
  • The biggest volcano on earth in terms of material is located in Yellowstone National Park.
  • The brightest star in the sky is Polaris.
  • The capital of Mexico is Tijuana.
  • The capital of Nevada is Las Vegas.
  • The capital of Florida is Miami.
  • The chemical symbol for Potassium is "P".
  • The circumference of a circle is known as Pi.
  • The closest country to the United States but does not share a border is Cuba.
  • The Coast Redwood is the second tallest tree species.
  • The cornea controls how much light passes through the pupil
  • The country immediately to the north of the tip of the Queensland province in Australia is Indonesia.
  • The country to the north of Nicaragua is El Salvador.
  • The country with the highest banana production is Brazil.
  • The country with the highest corn production is Mexico.
  • The country with the highest cotton production is India.
  • The country with the highest orange production is the United States.
  • The country with the highest salt production is India.
  • The country with the highest sheep stock is New Zealand.
  • The country with the highest wheat production is the United States.
  • The creature that attacks Luke Skywalker on Hoth in The Empire Strikes back is called a Tauntaun.
  • The current members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers are Flea, Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, and Dave Navarro.
  • The cytoplasm acts as the wall of a cell.
  • The Dark Knight is a character class in World of Warcraft.
  • The Depeche Mode song "Lilian" is in Sims 2: Open for Business
  • The Diesel engine was invented in Austria.
  • The dot over a lower case i is called a tattle.
  • The Easy-Bake Oven was the first toy to be advertised on television.
  • The electric chair was invented by an electrician.
  • The elevation of Miami, Florida is lower than Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • The elevation of Salt Lake City, Utah is higher than Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • The endoplasmic reticulum acts as the wall of a cell.
  • The expression LoL stands for Lots of Love.
  • The fear of snakes is known as arachnophobia.
  • The Fighter is a character class in Dragon Nest.
  • The first-ever Legend of Zelda video game was A Link to the Past on the SNES game console.
  • The first Honda cars were hybrids.
  • The first space shuttle to launch was named the 'Challenger'.
  • The first Star Wars movie was released during the holidays of 1976.
  • The flag of the state of Ohio has two blue triangles.
  • The flag of the state of Oregon has a yellow wolf.
  • The four "big cats" have slit-shaped pupils.
  • The French word for wine is vino.
  • The Grand Canyon is around 10,000 feet (3,000 meters) deep.
  • The "Great Bambino" is a nickname for Bambi's father in the Disney movie Bambi.
  • The Habanero chili is the hottest chili on the planet.
  • The Harry Potter movie series was inspired by a true story.
  • The heat from the sun gets to the Earth by convention
  • The Honda Civic DX and Honda Civic Si have the same engine inside of them.
  • The Houston Astros have won at least one World Series.
  • The human body has four lungs.
  • The human skeleton is made up of fewer than 100 bones
  • The Indian Ocean is the biggest ocean on Earth.
  • The Infiniti G35 only comes in a coupe.
  • The jaguar is the fourth largest of the four "big cats."
  • The Katana sword is a traditional sword from India.
  • The largest country in the world based on landmass is China.
  • The largest organ of the human body is the small intestine.
  • The largest island in the pacific ocean is Japan.
  • The last battle fought on American soil was during the Civil War.
  • The left-most bar on the flag of France is red.
  • The length and width of a soccer goal frame is eight feet by twenty feet.
  • The leopard is the fastest mammal on earth.
  • The logo for the Infiniti car brand is a bird symbol.
  • The Los Angeles Zoo has the largest collection of animals.
  • The mascot for Toys R Us is a Zebra.
  • The members of the band The Eagles are Glenn Frey, Don Henley and Joe Walsh
  • The metal band consists of seven members.
  • The metal band System of a Down is made up of members of Hispanic and Italian decent.
  • The Mexican alphabet has fewer letters than the English alphabet.
  • The movie "A Beautiful Mind" took place in the year 1997 in Princeton University
  • The movie American Pie was all about cooking an Apple Pie.
  • The movie The Lion King was a serious drama movie about a famous African King.
  • The movie "Robocop" was set in Ney York City.
  • The Mortal Kombat video game series was a family-friendly game.
  • The most populated city in Brazil is Rio de Janeiro.
  • The name of the final boss in Half-Life was Nosferatu.
  • The national flag of China has six stars
  • The national flag of Bangladesh has a green circle.
  • The national flag of Jamaica has the colors Yellow, Green, and Red.
  • The NATO phonetic pronunciation of B is 'Beta.'
  • The NATO pronunciation of G is 'Gamma.'
  • The NATO phonetic pronunciation of N is 'Nu.'
  • The NATO phonetic pronounciation of T is 'Theta'. (possibly incorrect wording)
  • The NATO pronunciation of Z is 'Zeta.'
  • The Nintendo Entertainment System was the first video game console ever.
  • The Nintendo GameCube can also play DVD movies.
  • The official brand of ball of Major League Baseball is Spalding.
  • The only king without a moustache in a traditional deck of playing cards is the King of Diamonds.
  • The Pacific Ocean covers one-fourth of the Earth's surface
  • The parallel that divides Canada and the United States is the 42nd parallel north.
  • The periodic symbol for Potassium is 'Po.'
  • The periodic symbol for Selenium is 'Sl.'
  • The periodic symbol for Tin is 'Sb.'
  • The periodic table contains twelve gasses.
  • The prefix 'giga' means a million
  • The Pyromancer is a character class in Team Fortress 2.
  • The Sega Dreamcast was the first console to implement online play over a phone line
  • The Shift button on a standard keyboard is the longest button.
  • The shortest distance between two points is a sine curve.
  • The show "Are You Being Served?" began in 1970.
  • The Simpsons series has a fictional comic book character in the series named Atom Man.
  • The slogan for Apple is "Innovation."
  • The slogan for Best buy geek squad is "take it from a geek"
  • The slogan for Canon is "Share moments. Share life."
  • The slogan for Chanel is "Because you're worth it."
  • The slogan for Folgers Coffee is "Good to the last drop."
  • The slogan for MasterCard is "It's everywhere you want to be."
  • The slogan for REI is "Pleasure is the path to joy."
  • The slogan for Taco Bell is "Have it your way."
  • The Spanish word for apple is mantequilla.
  • The Sony PlayStation console was the first console to use disks over cartridges.
  • The square root of 8 is 4.
  • The sun is approximately 4,000 times larger than the earth.
  • The Super Nintendo was the first console to implement memory cards to save progress.
  • The S-Type controllers are a little bigger than the first-generation controllers.
  • The tallest mountain peak in Canada is Mount Waddington.
  • The total number of players allowed on a soccer field is twenty.
  • The video game ET than came out on the Atari 2600 in 1982 is considered one of the best games in history.
  • The white house appears on the back of a (Question is incomplete)
  • The white part of a fingernail is called the 'luna'
  • The Xbox 360 can play DVD and Blu-Ray discs as well as video games.
  • The young of a bat is known as a foal.
  • The youngest Pope was 10 years old.
  • There are 10 hectometers in a decameter.
  • There are 400 ways to make a dollar.
  • There are 50,000 seconds in a day.
  • There are currently four Disney-themed cruise lines.
  • There are ten Star Trek movies.
  • There are three trans-Canada Highways.
  • There is a Disneyland in Kyoto.
  • There is a ring of asteroids between Mars and Jupiter called the Kuiper Belt.
  • There was never a musical number in the movie The Lion King.
  • "This steak still has marks from where the jockey was hitting it." is a line from Happy Gilmore.
  • Tim Allen played the voice of Woody in Toy Story
  • Tito Ortiz, BJ Penn, and Anderson Silva are all names of professional basketball players.
  • Tomatoes originated from Europe.
  • Tony Stark has a robot suit that he wears and calls himself Bender the Robot.
  • Tony Stark's wealth comes from having the best-selling newspaper firm called the Daily Planet
  • Toronto is the capital of Canada.
  • Treble Clef and Bass Clef are Seismic readings for Earthquakes.
  • Turtles can breathe through their feet.
  • Two pair always beat a three-of-a-kind in poker.
  • Under normal conditions, you can fold a standard piece of paper in half eight times.
  • Venezuela is the only non eastern member of OPEC. (Ecuador is a member also)
  • Venus is the closest planet to the sun.
  • Venus is the eighth planet closest to the Sun
  • Victoria is the southern-most province in Australia.
  • Vince Vaughn plays Andy in How to lose a guy in 10 days.
  • Vino is the french word for wine.
  • Virgo is Dante's twin brother in Devil May Cry [sic]
  • Walt Disney adored mice and had many as pets.
  • Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen after death.
  • Wasabi is made from hot chili peppers.
  • Washington DC is a state of the United States.
  • Washington is the rainiest state in the United States.
  • Weird Science was directed by John Howard.
  • Wendy O' Koopa is the name of Bowser's sister.
  • Wes Craven directed the movie "My Bloody Valentine 3D"
  • When Pete Rose played the Cincinnati Reds his number was 0.
  • When stopping at a stop sign, drivers must stop for at least a full second.
  • When typing on a keyboard with "Home Row typing" the word: "Stewardess" is typed with both hands.
  • World of Warcraft was first released on November 23, 2001.
  • World of Warcraft: Cannibalize is a racial trait for the Orcs.
  • World of Warcraft: There are 20 different professions you can choose from
  • You can light a scented candle in space.
  • The young of a hedgehog is known as a piglet.
  • "Your killing me Smalls" is a famous line from the movie: Rookie of the Year.
  • Yellowstone volcano is the biggest volcano (Incomplete)
  • Zombies favorite food is Pizza.
  • Zombies will still be alive even after getting shot in the head.