Miscellaneous Quiz / Initials J.B.

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Can you name the name, title, or phrase with the initials 'J.B.'?

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Barack Obama's 2008 running mate
'Dashing through the snow' Christmas song
Sings 'You're Beautiful', 'Goodbye My Lover' and '1973'
Small beverage container, popular in kids' lunchboxes
Laurie Walters' character on 'Eight Is Enough'
Starred in 'No Country For Old Men', 'Love In The Time Of Cholera', 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona'
Founded Amazon.com
1894 literary classic by Rudyard Kipling (preceded by 'The')
Panelist on 'The View'; so what? who cares?
U.S. President immediately before Abraham Lincoln; only US president that never married
Major league pitcher, born in the Dominican Republic in 1964; signed by the Mets in 1981, also played for the Orioles, Cubs, Giants, Tigers and Cardinals
Canadian actor, starred in TV series 'Undeclared' and the films 'I'm Reed Fish', 'Knocked Up', 'Tropic Thunder'
The world's best-selling brand of bourbon whiskey
Author of 'Superfudge', 'Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret', 'Then Again, Maybe I Won't'
Suave, blonde, narcissistic Cartoon Network title character; show premiered in 1997, concluded in 2004
Sings 'Running On Empty', 'Doctor My Eyes', 'Somebody's Baby'
Played Jane Mancini on 'Melrose Place'
Low-cost airline founded by David Neeleman in 1999
Primary lead singer for rock band Night Ranger
Governor of Florida 1999-2007
Played Reese on 'Malcolm In The Middle'
Narrator of Ernest Hemingway's 'The Sun Also Rises'
Starred in 'The English Patient', 'Chocolat', 'Dan In Real Life'
#67 for the Miami Dolphins in 2009; also played for the Panthers and the Cowboys
Sings 'Margaritaville', 'Cheeseburger In Paradise', 'Fins'
Literary character created by Ian Fleming; portrayed in film by the likes of Sean Connery, Roger Moore, and Daniel Craig
Cocktail made by dropping a shot of a particular German liquor into a glass of Red Bull
Played Mary Camden on '7th Heaven'
German composer (1685-1750) of the Brandenburg concertos
Kiefer Sutherland's character on '24'
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Seed pod, native to Mexico, that moves by itself in hot temperatures
Coached the Minnesota Vikings from 1986-1991
Film & TV producer; created 'CSI', 'Without A Trace', 'The Amazing Race'
Teen pop group; songs include 'SOS', 'Burnin' Up', 'Paranoid'
During a courtroom trial, the twelve people who ultimately decide the case spend most of their time sitting here
Starred in 'The Fisher King', 'The Big Lebowski', 'Crazy Heart'
Broadway musical chronicling the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
Brad Pitt's title character in a 1998 film
Richard Thomas' character on 'The Waltons'
Irish-American heavyweight champion; Russell Crowe portrayed him in 'Cinderella Man'
Literary character created by Robert Ludlum; portrayed in film by Matt Damon
Sings 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down', 'Diamonds & Rust', 'There But For Fortune'
Starred in 'Clockstoppers', 'Swimfan', 'I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell'
Also known as 'high yield', 'non-investment grade' or 'speculative grade', it is rated below investment grade at purchase but carries a higher risk of default
Played Alex Owens in 'Flashdance'
Actor/comedian/vaudevillian whose highly popular self-titled TV show ran from 1950-1965
Plays Claire Dunphy on 'Modern Family'
Attracted national attention in 1992 for his affair with Amy Fisher
Candy company formerly known as Herman Goelitz; created the buttered-popcorn-flavored jellybean
Helen Hunt's character on 'Mad About You'
Governor of California 1975-1983; became CA's Attorney General in 2007
Sings 'One Time', 'One Less Lonely Girl', 'Baby'
Inspect species Popillia Japonica; a destructive pest to hundreds of plants in the US
Popular American sportscaster; launched a self-titled talk show on HBO in 2009
Starred in 'Bullitt', 'Murder On The Orient Express', 'Who Is Killing The Great Chefs Of Europe?'
MLB shortstop and second baseman, born in 1965; played for the Indians, Pirates, Royals, Diamondbacks, Mets
American abolitionist (1800-1859) who led an anti-slavery revolt in Harpers Ferry, VA
'Rat Pack' member; hosted a self-titled 1960s talk show featuring Regis Philbin as his sidekick
American Grammy-winning violinist, born in 1967; featured on the soundtrack for the 2009 film 'Angels & Demons'
TV personality seen on 'Good Day L.A.' and 'Fox NFL Sunday'; NutriSystem spokesperson; changed her last name to Reynolds in 2006

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