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Clues Answers % Correct
Pre-schooler's term for a locomotive engineChoo Choo Train
92%
Milton Bradley game about feeding four large mammalsHungry Hungry Hippos
72.5%
If you're sitting in a circle with a bunch of kindergartners, and one of them is running around the group tapping people on the head, chances are you're playing this gameDuck Duck Goose
69.5%
Robert Van Winkle's famous hip hop song. Too cold.Ice Ice Baby
62.1%
“Interrupting cow who?” is the second response in a well-known example of this humor style Knock Knock Joke
57.8%
Phrase used in accepting a final bid in an auction. Also used in describing a home run in baseballGoing Going Gone
54%
Me so annoying in Star Wars Episode 1!Jar Jar Binks
52.8%
This 2009 hit song by The Black Eyed Peas was actually their first #1 pop hit.Boom Boom Pow
51.8%
All holes are par 2 in this trademarked miniature version of a popular sport.Putt Putt Golf
51.6%
Low-heel, knee-high footwear, popularized by female 1960's discotheque dancersGo-Go Boots
46.8%
John Rzeznik leads this Buffalo, NY band, who are best known for 1-word song titles like 'Name', 'Slide', 'Iris' & 'Broadway'Goo Goo Dolls
46%
Getting there is simple: Second star to the right and straight on til morningNever Never Land
45.6%
Her sister Eva starred in “Green Acres”, but this Hungarian-born beauty/actress of the 50s & 60s was the first celebrity to be called “famous just for being famous”Zsa Zsa Gabor
44.2%
Some schools use this choreography-based video game as part of a routine physical education class.Dance Dance Revolution
43.1%
Fiona's parents rule over this kingdom in the 'Shrek' seriesFar Far Away
41%
Childhood nickname for the son of the 1961-63 US President. He grew up to be 'The World's Sexiest Man'John John Kennedy
39.1%
Clues Answers % Correct
The first US #1 hit for UB40, it was written 20 years earlier by Neil Diamond.Red Red Wine
34.8%
A 1965-69 television show, a 1999 Will Smith film, or a 1988 song by Kool Moe DeeWild Wild West
32.4%
This assortment of Chinese finger foods tastes much better than it soundsPu Pu Platter
28.3%
The catch phrase of Dr. Claw's arch nemesisGo Go Gadget
26.5%
It's the original 'up the river' place of incarcerationSing Sing Prison
25.4%
'A sweep is as lucky as lucky can be' in this song from Mary PoppinsChim Chim Cher-ee
24%
The first Puerto Rican golfer inducted into the World Golf Hall of FameChi Chi Rodriguez
23.4%
1960 musical featuring the song 'The Telephone Hour', which parodied Elvis' army inductionBye Bye Birdie
18.5%
The title track of The Beatles first UK album and their first US single. Lennon said the tune was inspired by Roy Orbison's 'Only The Lonely'Please Please Me
15%
Egyptian diplomat who was UN Secretary-General from 1992 to 1996Boutros Boutros-Ghali
14.2%
She was Pres. Clinton's first press secretary, before becoming a consultant to 'The West Wing' and writing the bestseller 'Why Women Should Rule The World'Dee Dee Myers
6.6%
Mariah Carey's 'Fantasy' sampled 'Genius of Love' by this band, which included members of Talking Heads.Tom Tom Club
5.4%
This 1925 musical-comedy introduced two still well-remembered songs: 'Tea For Two' and 'I Want To Be Happy'No No Nanette
4.2%
Richard Pryor's life was calling as this title character in a 1986 semi-autobiographical filmJo Jo Dancer
3.8%
1952-60 military conflict that set Kenyan anti-colonists against the British Army, leading to a Kenyan civil warMau Mau Uprising
3.5%
This 1989 song followed-up 'Do the Bartman' as the second music video by The Simpsons.Deep Deep Trouble
1.7%

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