China Minesweeper

by joeydeka

Hiding behind the wall won't save you here.
Entertaining Middle A

by Flick

Technically 'A' comes at the very beginning.
Finish the Famous Slogan II

by lolshortee

When you think about it, slogans really do just turn us into walking advertisements.
Tuesday's QuizzesJul 16
15 in 15: Countries of Europe

by pecheneg

One country per second... sounds easy, right?
5-by-5 Logic Puzzle III

by The_Professor

Are you ready to flex your brain?
Top Grossing '#' Movies

by Sheldon

We're hunting down the #1 of the #s.
4x4 Image Crossword: Athletes

by bhenderson79

You need to solve this crossword one-letter-at-a-time.
Adjectives in TV Shows

by RobFitz

TV shows would be really boring if scripts never used adjectives.
Potter Profession Pictorial Pick-Em

by Hejman

Please prove your proficiency at picking these Potter professors' positions from pictures.
Language by IKEA Sign

by aglick

Ironically, none of these signs are in Swedish.
Missing Alphabet: Marvel Characters

by LTH

Honestly, if you have godlike superpowers, learning the alphabet might not be one of your top priorities anymore.
Monday's QuizzesJul 15
Rubik's Cube Colors

by Pilgab

Thankfully, this is somewhat simpler than solving a real Rubik's cube.
Tall State or Wide State?

by naqwerty3

Judge these states by their size, do you?
Disney Elders

by lolshortee

Some are oldies but goodies, others are oldies but baddies.
'Q' in Geography

by RobPro

When did it become Qeography?
In Two Words: Germany

by gazzso

German contains some excellent compound words, so this is quite fitting.
Animal Colonies

by MoMosMoProblems

These animal colonies look more crowded than a New York subway.
Hexagon Hopping: Holiday

by PenguinsMeercats

Fact: this is how bees celebrate the holidays.
Best Picture & Actress

by sunshine423

Some movies get all the awards.
Sunday's QuizzesJul 14
Multiple Choice Minefield Blitz II

by Thebiguglyalien

You really shouldn't be blitzing through minefields.
Sunday Crossword: Call Me, Maybe?

by bhenderson79

We won't be making any phone calls, mostly because we're busy filling out crosswords.
A to Z and 4 to 5

by sproutcm

Numbers and letters normally mix to make algebra. It's different today.
Books Missing 'J' Words

by kfastic

Do we really need the letter 'J' anyway?
Movies to Song to Band

by MSUKent

We're making transitions between media forms today.
Celebrities Reading Books

by Nacchi

It looks like these celebrities are all booked up.
Separated Cities (France)

by beforever

We're choosing to believe everything is separated with really long baguettes.
Summer Teddy Bears

by PrincessMartell

Having a fur coat in summer sounds very unpleasant.
Same Word, Different Movies XII

by Larryholmes79

The words are crossing over, which means there has to be a new cinematic universe.
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