6:50 Trivia

Pat & Bob present 6:50 Trivia each weekday morning. The first caller at 321-0098 with the correct answer wins. You can win once every 30 days and must be 18 or older.

Here are some previous questions and answers:
  • In the movie Sully, which airline do the pilots work for? US Airways
  • Who won the Emmy for lead actress in a comedy series four times during the 1990s? Helen Hunt, for Mad About You
  • In 1664, the Dutch gave the British the land that is now New York City. What was it called then? New Amsterdam
  • Who was the first American Idol? Kelly Clarkson
  • What pop song mentions biology, geography, and algebra? "What a Wonderful World"
  • "Off we go into the wild blue yonder" is the first line of the "Air Force Song." What is the next line? "Climbing high into the sun"
  • What 70s song mentions New York, London, Paris, and Munich? "Pop Muzik" by M
  • What 70s song contains the lyric, "Turn up the old Victrola, gonna dance the night away"? "Dim All the Lights" by Donna Summer
  • Microsoft paid $3 million to use the 80s song ____________________ in its advertising for Windows 95. "Start Me Up" by the Rolling Stones
  • Elvis Presley has the most #1 songs for a solo male recording artist (18). What female artist also has 18? Mariah Carey
  • The Italian classical piece "Dance of the Hours" is used in what 60s hit song? "Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah" by Allan Sherman
  • Who sang the opening theme for American Bandstand? Barry Manilow
  • Name a female artist who had four #1 songs in the 1970s. There were three: Diana Ross, Donna Summer, and Barbra Streisand.
  • The 1980s album Bella Donna was released by ____________________. Stevie Nicks
  • August is typically the #1 month for baby births in the United States. What month usually has the fewest? February
  • What movie contains this line?  "It's a big building with patients. But that's not important right now." Airplane
  • Complete this line from Forrest Gump: "The only good thing about being wounded in the buttocks is ____________________." the ice cream
  • Old Style Brewing once promoted a brewing method called ____________________. krausening
  • Diana Ross received an Oscar nomination for what movie?  Lady Sings the Blues
  • Captain James ____________________ led the 1776 voyage to the Northwest Passage. Cook
  • In 1962, the United States launched a communications satellite. A song with the same name soon became #1. What was it? "Telstar"
  • What 1980s female pop star had a #1 album at the age of 20?? Janet Jackson
  • In a Seinfeld episode, George Costanza claimed, "A George divided against itself cannot stand." The original statement was by ____________________. Abraham Lincoln in 1858: "A house divided against itself cannot stand."
  • The theme to TV's Mad About You begins with "Tell me why I love you like I do."  What is the next line? "Tell me who can stop my heart as much as you."
  • In June 1805 the Great Falls of the Missouri River was spotted by ____________________.  Lewis and Clark
  • A 1996 song by ____________________ remained at #1 for 16 weeks, a Billboard magazine record. Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men ("One Sweet Day")

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