|Elizabeth Berkley of Showgirls and Mark-Paul Gosselaar of NYPD Blue both appeared in this|
gentler Saturday morning NBC-TV series.
|This USC running back who was drafted first overall in 1977 by NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers,|
tragically died at age 29 from heart disease.
|Older brother of the above running back,|
with his band The Drells
he had a #1 song in the 60's with 'Tighten Up'.
|'Ask not…' where Ernest Hemingway got this book's title. It was from a 1624 work by John Donne.|
|Before gaining fame as Jigsaw in the horror franchise 'Saw', this actor played the Unabomber.|
|In 2008, this actress found life after 'Mars' in two prime time roles: narrator on Gossip Girl,|
and an electricity-manipulator on Heroes.
|Popular in the 1960's & 1970's, these trousers or jeans grew wider below the knee.|
|A subsidiary of Yum! Brands, this fast-food chain is named after its founder, Glen Bell.|
|Glassware often used when trying to create a vacuum, or Sylvia Plath's novel about mental illness.|
|In 1751, the Pennsylvania State House paid|
100 Pounds for this defective merchandise,
but kept it anyways.
|A 'normal distribution' in statistics|
produces this shape when graphed.
You often also see it on a Sporcle results page.
|A 1958 rom-com with James Stewart & Kim Novak, named after the 3 necessary articles|
for a ceremony of excommunication.
|Flowers of the genus Hyacinthoides,|
or a Scottish pop-band of the 1980's
who recorded 'Young At Heart'.
|At age 14 he won the BAFTA for Best Actor for his role in the film Billy Elliot.|
|An airtight chamber still used in underwater salvage, it was paired with a 'Butterfly'|
in the title of a 2007 French film.
|Opening track on AC/DC's album Back In Black,|
or the Buffy episode where
Xander meets future-Xander.
|Dominican-born left fielder and 3-time All Star,|
who won the 1987 MVP award while with
the Toronto Blue Jays
|In 1979, this disco classic hit #1 US for Anita Ward. Twenty-two years later, it was covered by Will Smith as 'The Fresh Prince'.|
|Uniquely, this Scottish-born inventor made the list of the 100 Great Britons, 100 Greatest Americans|
and 100 Greatest Canadians
|Named after the last of over 30 instruments all played by composer Mike Oldfield, this song is most famously heard on the soundtrack to The Exorcist.|
|Canadian magazine for brides or type of 'Blues' suffered by the Fifth Dimension in a 1970 hit.|
|On the Scoville scale of flavor 'hotness',|
jalapeños score 1500, pimentos score 100,
and this vegetable scores zero.
|Seasonal song written in 1857 by James L Pierpoint.|
In the past few years, it's been a holiday hit for both Kimberley Locke and Basshunter.
|When Bobby Brown went solo, this trio of other|
New Edition members found success
with the songs 'Poison' and 'Do Me'.
|A paralysis of the facial nerve, resulting in inability to control facial muscles on the affected side.|
|Heard most weekdays at 4 pm EST on Wall Street in New York.|