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Posted 09 March 2012 - 08:59 AM

Final rankings

krista4 670
Chaos Commish 647
timschochet 638
DougB 624
AcerFC 596
Mrs. Rannous 596
JWB 591
Usual21 580
Carver 555
DC Thunder 547
rikishiboy 540
Mr. CIA 537
Meathead 510
tish156 508
Mr. Belvedere 464

Final Blues

20 BB King
19 Muddy Waters
18 Ray Charles
17 Robert Johnson
16 Johnny Lee Hooker
15 Son House
14 Howlin' Wolf
13 Charley Patton
12 Little Walter
11 Bo Diddley
10 Bessie Smith
9 Eric Clapton
8 Stevie Ray Vaughn
7 Etta James
6 Clarence Henry

Final Jazz (simey's rankings, not mine)

20 louis armstrong
19 duke ellington
18 miles davis
17 charlie parker
16 billie holiday
15 benny goodman
14 thelonious monk
13 dizzy gillespie
12 ella fitzgerald
11 herbie hancock
10 wynton marsalis
9 nat king cole
8 frank sinatra
7 billy strayhorn
6 glenn miller


Criminals

20. Al Capone
19. Lee Harvey Oswald
18. Charles Manson
17. Timothy McVeigh
16. Osama bin Laden
15. John Dillinger
14. Bonnie & Clyde
13. Son of Sam
12. The Unabomber
11. Patty Hearst
10. Ted Bundy
9. John Gotti
8. Bernie Madoff
7. Whitey Bulger
6. Martha Stewart

Fictional Criminal

20. Hannibal Lector
19. Michael Corleone
18. Don Vito Corleone
17. Tony Montana
16. Tony Soprano
15. Dexter
14. Gordon Gekko
13. Dr. Evil
12. Lex Luthor
11. The Grinch
10. Mr. Burns
9. Keyser Soze
8. Carmen San Diego
7. Jabba the Hut
6. Robin Hood



Technological gadgets

20. Cell phones
19. transistor radio
18. remote control
17. hand held camera
16. beeper
15. wristwatch
14. Polaroid land camera
13. mouse
12. Walkie talkie
11. iPod
10. Sony Walkman
9. iPad
8. Gameboy
7. GPS
6. Zippo lighter

Funny Person
20 Points - Bill Cosby
19 Points - Richard Pryor
18 Points - Bob Hope
17 Points - Johnny Carson
16 Points - Lucille Ball
15 Points - Groucho Marx
14 Points - George Carlin
13 Points - Charlie Chaplin
12 Points - Robin Williams
11 Points - Woody Allen
10 Points - Bill Murray
9 Points - Will Rogers
8 Points - Chris Rock
7 Points - Ellen Degeneres
6 Points - Will Ferrell


Dance

20. The Twist
19. Tap
18. The Charleston
17. Swing Dance
16. The Electric Slide
15. Breakdance
14. Moonwalk
13. The Hustle
12. Hokey Pokey
11. YMCA
10. The Locomotion
9. The Time Warp
8. The Macarena
7. Chicken Dance
6. Rockette's Leg Kick

Old West Personalities

20. Buffalo Bill Cody
19. Billy the Kid
18. Jesse James
17. Wyatt Earp
16. Sitting Bull
15. Doc Holliday
14. Wild Bill Hickok
13. Geronimo
12. Annie Oakley
11. Calamity Jane
10. Butch Cassidy
9. John Wesley Hardin
8. George Armstrong Custer
7. Bat Masterson
6. Robert Ford

Candy summary:

6 pts - Sour Patch Kids
7 pts - Junior Mints
8 pts - Gobstoppers
9 pts - Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
10 pts - Twizzlers
11 pts - Pez
12 pts - Hershey's Kisses
13 pts - Reese's Pieces
14 pts - Bazzoka
15 pts - Wrigley's Gum
16 pts - Sweethearts (my pick)
17 pts - Peeps
18 pts - Tootsie Roll Pops
19 pts - Jelly Belly
20 pts - M&M's



Comic Strip Rankings Summary:

20 Points: Peanuts
19 Points: Calvin & Hobbes
18 Points: Doonesbury
17 Points: Bloom County
16 Points: The Far Side
15 Points: Dilbert
14 Points: Blondie
13 Points: Garfield
12 Points: Little Orphan Annie
11 Points: Li'l Abner
10 Points: Family Circus
9 Points: Cathy
8 Points: Beetle Bailey
7 Points: Spiderman
6 Points: Love Is...





final superbowl moment rankings

6 Points – Gatorade Shower
7 points – Doug Williams Superbowl MVP.
8 Points - John Riggens Run
9 Points – Fridge Perry TD
10 Points – "I'm going to Disneyland"
11 Points - "The Tackle"
12 points – Whitney's National Anthem
13 Points – Marcus Allen TD Run
14 Points – John Elway Helicopter
15 Points – Lynn Swann Catch
16 Points - David Tyree catch
17 Points– Garo Yepremian (my pick)
18 Points – Wide Right
19 points - Wardrobe Malfunction
20 points – Joe Namath #1

Animal Rankings
20 Lassie --- Doug B
19 Rin Tin Tin --- Timschochet
18 Toto --- Usual 21
17 Spuds McKenzie --- Carver
16 Secretariat --- Mrs. Rannous
15 Mr. Ed --- jwb
14 Seabiscuit --- Chaos Commish
13 Morris the Cat --- rikishiboy
12 Flipper --- DC Thunder
11 Shamu --- AcerFC
10 Taco Bell Dog --- Mr. Belvedere
9 Bubbles --- abrantes/Meathead
8 Beetoven --- tish156
7 Elsa --- Mr. CIA
6 Checkers --- krista4


Final Cartoon Rankings

20 Simpsons
19 Scooby Doo
18 Flintstones
17 South Park
16 Rocky and Bullwinkle
15 Schoolhouse Rock
14 Pink Panther
13 Batman
12 Spongebob
11 Beavis and Butthead
10 GI Joe
9 The Jetsons
8 Ren and Stimpy
7 Smurfs
6 He Man




Movie Endings

20 Casablanca
19 Dr. Strangelove
18 Planet of the Apes
17 Chinatown
16 Psycho
15 Usual Suspects
14 6th sense
13 The Godfather
12 The Wizard of Oz
11 The Godfather II
10 Citizen Kane
9 Field of Dreams
8 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
7 Inception
6 Bad News Bears



Memorable Oscar Moment

20 Points - Sacheen Littlefeather
19 Points - The Streaker
18 Points - Charlie Chaplin wins honorary Oscar
17 Points - Martin Scorsese wins Best Director
16 Points - Sidney Poitier wins Best Actor
15 Points - Sally Field's Speech
14 Points - Jack Palance Pushups
13 Points - Rob Lowe dances with Snow White
12 Points - Cuba Gooding Jr. accepts award
11 Points - Roberto Benigni wins Best Actor
10 Points - Ali vs. Rocky
9 Points - Adrian Brody kissing Halle Berry
8 Points - Angelina Jolie kisses brother
7 Points - The wrong Frank accepts award
6 Points - South Park Creators in Drag

Guns

20 The Black Rifle
19 Smith and Wesson Model 29 (44 Mag)
18 Thompson Submachine Gun
17 AK-47
16 Winchester Repeating Rifle
15 Colt Single Action Army (Colt 45)
14 Remington 870
13 Walther PPK
12 Model 1911
11 M1
10 M14
9 Uzi
8 Daisy Red Ryder
7 Nichols Cap Gun
6 Springfield 1861

Best Picture
6 Forest Gump
7 Driving Miss Daisy
8 Midnight Cowboy
9 Ben Hur
10 Schindler's List
11 Platoon
12 Braveheart
13 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
14 West Side Story
15 On The Waterfront
16 Silence of the Lambs
17 Casablanca
18 The Godfather
19 Rocky
20 The Godfather Part II

Commercials
6 pts - OxiClean
7 pts - Progressive
8 pts - Be Like Mike
9 pts - This is Your Brain on Drugs
10 pts - Do you have any Grey Poupon?
11 pts - I've fallen, and I can't get up!
12 pts - Keep America Beautiful
13 pts - Just Do It
14 pts - Life 'Mikey' ad
15 pts - Where's the Beef?
16 pts - Calvin Klein Brooke Sheilds ad (my pick)
17 pts - Great taste... Less filling
18 pts - California Raisins
19 pts - Apple Mac 1984
20 pts - Mean Joe Greene Coke ad




Final Teen Movie Rankings

6 points- Pump Up The Volume
7 points- Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure
8 points- Porkys
9 points- Stand By Me
10 points- Heathers
11 points- Rebel Without a Cause
12 points- Dazed and Confused-
13 points- Animal House
14 points- American Graffiti
15 points- Back to the Future
16 points- Grease
17 points- Risky Business
18 points- Fast Times at Ridgemont High
19 points- Breakfast Club
20 points- Ferris Buellers Day Off




Unexplained Mysteries

20 pts - DB Cooper
19 pts - flight 19 (Bermuda Triangle)
18 pts - Hoffa
17 pts - JFK
16 pts - Lizzie Borden
15 pts - Earhart
14 pts - Zodiac
13 pts - Tupac
12 pts - Black Dahlia
11 pts - Jon Benet
10 pts - Natalie Wood
9 pts - Natalee Holloway
8 pts - TWA Flight 800
7 pts - human combustion
6 pts - Michael Jackson


FINAL RANKINGS - Radio Personality

(6 points) 15. Alice Cooper
(7 points) 14. Harry Caray
(8 points) 13. Don Imus
(9 points) 12. Vin Scully
(10 points) 11. Alan Freed
(11 points) 10. Casey Kasem
(12 points) 9. Paul Harvey
(13 points) 8. Garrison Keillor
(14 points) 7. Wolfman Jack
(15 points) 6. Orson Welles
(16 points) 5. Jack Benny
(17 points) 4. Edward R. Murrow
(18 points) 3. Walter Winchell
(19 points) 2. Howard Stern
(20 points) 1. Rush Limbaugh


Jingles


6 pts - Baseball, etc.
7 pts - Twoallbeef etc.
8 pts - Meow Mix
9 pts - Chilis Baby Back Ribs
10 pts - Gimme a Break
11 pts - You deserve a break today
12 pts - I am stuck on Band Aid
13 pts - I'm a Toys R Us kid
14 pts - Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there
15 pts - I'm a Pepper (my pick)
16 pts - I'd love to be an Oscar Meyer wiener
17 pts - My bologna has a first name
18 pts - Let's all go to the lobby
19 pts - See the USA in your Chevrolet
20 pts - I'd like to buy the world a Coke


Magazine Rankings Summary

20 Points: Playboy
19 Points: Mad
18 Points: Rolling Stone
17 Points: National Geographic
16 Points: Sports Illustrated
15 Points: Life
14 Points: TV Guide
13 Points: Time
12 Points: People
11 Points: Cosmopolitan
10 Points: Vogue
9 Points: GQ
8 Points: Saturday Evening Post
7 Points: Billboard
6 Points: Parade




Celebrity Scandals
OJ Simpson Murder Saga 20
Michael Jackson child molestation 19
Fatty Arbuckle Trial 18
Tonya Harding vs. Nancy Kerrigan 17
Pete Rose gambles 16
Tiger Wood's Infidelities 15
Woody Allen marries Soon Ji 14
Clinton/Lewinsky Scandal 13
Watergate 12
Michael Vick Dog Scandal 11
Chappaquiddick 10
Barry Bonds & Steroids 9
Cheryl Crane kills Johnny Stompanoto 8
Twenty One is Rigged 7
Pamela Anderson/Tommy Lee 6

Chick Flicks
20 Gone With The Wind
19 The Princess Bride
18 When Harry Met Sally
17 Thelma and Louise
16 Dirty Dancing
15 From Here to Eternity
15 Love Actually
13 Ghost
12 Titanic
12 The Color Purple
10. Pretty Woman
10. Steel Magnolias
8. A League of Their Own
7. The Notebook
6 Beaches

Disney Songs
20 When You Wish Upon a Star
19 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
18 Beauty and the Beast
17 Under the Sea
16 A Whole New World
15 The Ballad of Davy Crockett
14 Hakuna Matada
13 Heigh Ho
12. It's A Small World
11 Circle of Life
10 Chim Chim Cheree
9 Can You Feel the Love Tonight
8 A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes
7 The Bare Necessities
6 Mickey Mouse March



Movie Themes

20 pts- Theme from Star Wars
19 pts- James Bond Theme
18 pts- Imperial March
17 pts Jaws
16 pts The Pink Panther
15 pts The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
14 pts Indiana Jones
13 pts Theme from Rocky
12 pts A Summer Place
11 pts Tara's Theme
10 pts The Godfather Love Theme
9 pts The Magnificent Seven
8 pts Lara's Theme
7 pts Back To the Future
6 pts E.T.





Celebrities who died young

James Dean 20
Buddy Holly 19
Bruce Lee 18
Jimi Hendrix 17
Kurt Cobain 16
Tupac Shakur 15
John Belushi 14
Otis Redding 13
Karen Carpenter 12
Jim Morrison 11
Jean Harlow 10
Rudolph Valentino 9
Len Bias 8
Freddie Prinze 7
Chris Farley 6


Regional foods

6 Scrapple
7 Key Lime Pie
8 Grits
9 California Roll
10 Po Boy
11 Sourdough Bread
12 Philly Cheesesteak
13 Chicago Style Pizza
16. Buffalo Wings
16. New England Clam Chowder
16. Gumbo
17. Maryland Crab Cakes
18. Chili
19. NY Pizza
20. Southern Fried Chicken


Disney films

20. Beauty and the Beast
19. Snow White
18. Pinocchio
17. Cinderella
16. The Lion King
15. Pirates of the Carribean
14. 101 Dalmations
13. Mary Poppins
12. Bambi
11. Finding Nemo
10. The Incredibles
9. Alice In Wonderland
8. Fantasia
7. Song of the South
6. Donald in Mathmagic Land



Final Urban Legend Rankings:

6 - 9/11 inside job
7 – Richard Gere and the Gerbil
8 - The Mothman
9 - Bloody Mary
10 - Robert Johnson and the Crossroads
11 - Pop Rocks
12 - Elvis Lives
13 - Baby Alligator in the Sewer
14 - Ghost Hitchhiker (my pick)
15 - Moon Landing
16 - Involuntary Kidney Removal
17 - Don't flash the car w/ the lights off
18 - Bigfoot
19 - Backwards Messages
20 - Poison Halloween candy



Websites

20 Google

19 Youtube

18 Wikipedia

17 Facebook

16 Ebay

15 Twitter

14 Napster

13 Craig's List

12 Match

11 Yahoo

10 CNN

9 ESPN

8 Huffington Post

7 IMBD

6 Windows Live






Animated Characters

20 Mickey Mouse
19 Bugs Bunny
18 Homer Simpson
17 Hello Kitty
16 Jessica Rabbit
15 Winnie the Pooh
14 Woody
13 Wile E. Coyote
12 Charlie Brown
11 Smokey the Bear
10 Pillsbury Doughboy
9 Popeye
8 Betty Boop
7 Snoopy
6 Stay Puft Marshmellow Man


Reality Show
The Real World 20-
Jersey Shore 19-
American Idol 18-
Survivor 17-
Cops 16-
Candid Camera 15-
Punk'd 14-
The Bachelor 13-
Star Search 12-
Dancing With The Stars 11
Big Brother 10-
The Biggest Loser 9-
Celebrity Apprentice 8-
Deadliest Catch 7-
That's Incredible! 6-


TV Theme summary:

6 pts - Are You Ready For Some Football?
7 pts - Can You Tell Me How to Get to Sesame Street?
8 pts - Welcome Back
9 pts - Believe It or Not
10 pts - Movin on Up
11 pts - Where Everybody Knows Your Name
12 pts - The Muppet Show Theme
13 pts - Meet the Flintstones
14 pts - The Good Ol' Boys
15 pts - The Addans Family Theme
16 pts - Peter Gunn Theme
17 pts - Hawaii Five-O Theme
18 pts - Mission Impossible Theme
19 pts - The Ballad of Jed Clampett
20 pts - The Ballad of Gilligan's Isle


Candy Bars

Hershey's Chocolate Bar20
Snickers 19
Baby Ruth18
Milky Way17
Three Musketeers16
Nestle Crunch15
Kit Kat 14
Butterfinger 13
Almond Joy12
Mr. Goodbar 11
TWIX 10
Whatchamacallit 9
Pay Day 8
Bit O Honey 7
Charleston Chew 6


Fictional Heroes

20. James Bond
19. Indiana Jones
18. Tarzan
17. The Lone Ranger
16. Atticus Finch
15. Dirty Harry
14. Captain Kirk
13. Zorro
12. Jack Bauer
11. Ellen Ripley
10. Sam Spade
9. Buck Rogers
8. Hopalong Cassidy
7. Shrek
6. Captain Malcolm Reynolds


Retailers

20pts - Target
19pts - Amazon
18pts - Sears
17pts - Walmart
16pts - Macys
15pts - Woolworths
14pts - Tiffany
13pts - 7-11
12pts - Toys R Us
11pts - Blockbuster
10pts - Piggly Wiggly
9pts - Costco
8pts - Home Depot
7pts - Whole Foods
6pts - Nieman Marcus



Movie Songs

20- Over the Rainbow
19- The Sound of Music
18- Singin' In the Rain
17- As Time Goes By
16- White Christmas
15- Born to be Wild
14- My Heart Will Go On
13. Don't You Forget About Me
12- Mrs. Robinson
11- Purple Rain
10- Dueling Banjos
9- Footloose
8- Ghostbusters
7- Eye Of the Tiger
6- You're the Best








Album Covers
20 Sticky Fingers
19 Abbey Road
18 Dark Side of the Moon
17 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
16 The White Album
15 Nevermind
14 Whipped Cream and Other Delights
13 Born in the USA
12 Weasels Ripped My Flesh
11 Thriller
10 Bat Out of Hell
9 1984
8 Wild Cherry
7 The Velvet Underground and Nico
6 Bob Marley Catch a Fire






Country Music Performers
20. Johnny Cash
19. Dolly Parton
18. Willie Nelson
17. Merle Haggard
16. Reba McEntire
15. Hank Williams Sr.
14. George Jones
13. Loretta Lynn
12. Hank Williams Jr.
11. Garth Brooks
10. Patsy Cline
9. Blake Shelton
8. Kenny Rogers
7. Roy Clark
6. Faith Hill


Musical Theater Songs

20. Memory
19. Old Man River
18. Seventy Six Trombones
17. Seasons of Love
16. One
15. America
14. If I Were A Rich Man
13. The Impossible Dream
12. There's No Business Like Show Business
11. Sunrise, Sunset
10. Tomorrow
9. Luck, Be A Lady
8. I Feel Pretty
7. Easy to be Hard
6. Oklahoma!

Final Cereal Rankings
6 points – Fruit Loops
7 points – Fruity Pebbles
8 points – Freakies (my pick)
9 points – Life.
10 points – Captain Crunch with Crunchberries
11 points - TIE - Trix / Cocoa Puffs
13 points – Captain Crunch
14 points – Frosted Flakes
15 points – Cheerios
16 points – Lucky Charms
17 points – Count Chocula
18 points – Corn Flakes
19 points – Wheaties
20 points – Rice Krispies

Final Ranking for TV parents
Archie Bunker-20
Carol Brady-19
Ward Cleaver-18
Andy Taylor-17
Al Bundy-16
Howard Cunningham-15
Ozzie Nelson-14
Cliff Huxtable-13
Marge Simpson-12
Roseanne Connor-11
Charles Ingalls- 10
Tony Micelli-9
Danny Tanner-8
Ann Romano-7
Tim Taylor-6







Categories and Judges

Album cover- Chaos Commish
Animal celebrity- rikishiboy
Animated character- High Beams
Best Picture- High Beams
Blues performer- Chaos Commish
Breakfast Cereal- JWB
Candy- Mrs. Rannous
Candy bar- Fennis
Celebrity scandal- Fennis
Celebrities who died young- Fennis
Chick flick- Krista4
Comic Strip- Val Rannous
Country performer- Mister CIA
Criminal- Dr. Awesome
Dance- wikkidpissah
Disney Movie- timschochet
Disney Song- timschochet
Fictional Criminal- Dr. Awesome
Fictional Hero- timschochet
Funny Person- John Madden's Lunchbox
Guns- Chaos Commish
Jazz performer- Chaos Commish
Jingle- Mrs. Rannous
Magazine- Val Rannous
Memorable Oscar Moment- John Madden's Lunchbox
Memorable Superbowl Moment- JWB
Movie Song- timschochet
Movie Theme- timschochet
Movie Ending- Chaos Commish
Musical Theater Song- timschochet
Old West Personality- Val Rannous
Radio Personality- Bobbylayne
Reality Show- tish156
Regional Food- krista4
Retailer- Frosticullis
Teenage Movie- AcerFC
Technological Gadget- Wikkidpissah
TV Cartoon-AcerFC
TV Commercial-Val Rannous
TV Parent - tish156
TV Show theme- Mrs. Rannous
Unexplained Mystery- Frostillicus
Urban Legend- jwb
Website- Val Rannous

Round 1
1. Mister CIA Rocky
2. rikishiboy Chili Con Carne- Texas Style
3. timschochet Louis Armstrong
4. Mr. Belvedere Janet Jackson's Wardrobe Malfunction
5. krista4 Peanuts
6. Chaos Commish Cell Phones
7. Carver Mickey Mouse
8. Mrs. Rannous Whipped Cream and other Delights
9. jwb Theme from Star Wars
10. tish156 Nevermind
11. AcerFC Johnny Cash
12. Usual21Howard Stern
13. Abrantes Calvin & Hobbes
14. DC Thunder Over the Rainbow
15. DougB Muddy Waters

Round 2
1. DougB Tarzan
2. DC Thunder Doonesbury
3. Abrantes Imperial March(The Empire Strikes Back)
4. Usual21Indiana Jones
5. AcerFC Playboy
6. tish156 m&ms
7. jwb Bugs Bunny
8. Mrs. Rannous Don Vito Corleone
9. Carver Billy The Kid
10. Chaos Commish Snickers
11. krista4 James Dean
12. Mr. Belvedere BB King
13. timschochet Hershey's Chocolate Bar
14. rikishiboy Breakdance
15. Mr. CIA Jimi Hendrix

Round 3
1. Mister CIA Philly Cheese Steak
2. rikishiboy Buddy Holly
3. timschochet Colt 45
4. Mr. Belvedere Facebook
5. krista4 Google
6. Chaos Commish The Godfather
7. Carver Tony Montana
8. Mrs. Rannous Benny Goodman
9. jwb Miles Davis
10. tish156 The Usual Suspects
11. AcerFC Red Ryder BB Gun
12. Usual21 Jaws
13. Abrantes Fantasia
14. DC Thunder Winchester Repeating Rifle
15. DougB Lassie

Round 4
1. DougB Hannibal Lecter
2. DC Thunder Rush Limbaugh
3. Abrantes Richard Pryor
4. Usual21 Ferris Buller's Day Off
5. AcerFC Cliff Huxtable
6. tish156 Cheers
7. jwb Bob Hope
8. Mrs. Rannous Thompson Submachine Gun
9. Carver Dazed and Confused
10. Chaos Commish OJ Simpson Murder Saga
11. krista4 Survivor
12. Mr. Belvedere Clinton/Lewinsky Scandal
13. timschochet I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
14. rikishiboy Paul Harvey
15. Mr. CIA Tony Soprano

Round 5
1. Mister CIA Bloom County
2. rikishiboy Dolly Parton
3. timschochet Amelia Earhart
4. Mr. Belvedere Family Circus
5. krista4 Mean Joe Greene commercial
6. Chaos Commish The Simpsons
7. Carver Jimmy Hoffa
8. Mrs. Rannous Titanic
9. jwb Psycho
10. tish156 Where's The Beef?
11. AcerFC Garfield
12. Usual21Charles Manson
13. Abrantes Chinatown
14. DC Thunder Homer Simpson
15. DougB Fast Times at Ridgemont High

Round 6
1. DougB The Twist
2. DC Thunder A League of their Own
3. Abrantes Grits
4. Usual21 Gilligan's Isle
5. AcerFC American Idol
6. tish156 Mrs. Robinson
7. jwb Thelma and Louise
8. Mrs. Rannous My Heart Will Go On
9. Carver Beaches
10. Chaos Commish Karen Carpenter
11. krista4 Remote Control
12. Mr. Belvedere Captain Malcolm Reynolds
13. timschochet Al Capone
14. rikishiboy The Lone Ranger
15. Mr. CIA Gone With the Wind

Round 7
1. Mister CIA Tomorrow
2. rikishiboy Indiana Jones
3. timschochet Hank Williams
4. Mr. Belvedere Oklahoma!
5. krista4 Wheaties
6. Chaos Commish Youtube
7. Carver Memory
8. Mrs. Rannous Lizzie Borden
9. jwb Doc Holliday
10. tish156 The Breakfast Club
11. AcerFC James Bond
12. Usual21Dirty Dancing
13. Meathead Butch Cassidy
14. DC Thunder Casablanca
15. DougB Casey Kasem

Round 8
1. DougB Big Brother
2. DC Thunder Sitting Bull
3. Meathead Woody Allen marries Soon Ji
4. Usual21 Jesse James
5. AcerFC When You Wish Upon A Star
6. tish156 Betty Boop
7. jwb Life
8. Mrs. Rannous John Dillinger
9. Carver Jersey Shore
10. Chaos Commish American Graffiti
11. krista4 Wild Bill Hickok
12. Mr. Belvedere The Smurfs
13. timschochet Rin Tin Tin
14. rikishiboy ebay
15. Mr. CIA Robert Johnson's Trip to the Crossroads

Round 9
1. Mister CIA Wynton Marsalis
2. rikishiboy Porky's
3. timschochet South Park
4. Mr. Belvedere Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
5. krista4 Citizen Kane
6. Chaos Commish Beverly Hillbillies
7. Carver Buffalo Wings
8. Mrs. Rannous Groucho Marx
9. jwb Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
10. tish156 Carol Brady
11. AcerFC Kurt Cobain
12. Usual21The Far Side
13. Meathead Like A Good Neighbor, State Farm is there
14. DC Thunder Sears, Roebuck
15. DougB Duke Ellington

Round 10
1. DougB Planet of the Apes
2. DC Thunder Hank Williams, Jr.
3. Meathead Baby alligator in sewer
4. Usual21Charlie Parker
5. AcerFC Wolfman Jack
6. tish156 Otis Redding
7. jwb Patsy Cline
8. Mrs. Rannous The Magnificent Seven
9. Carver Big Foot
10. Chaos Commish Orson Welles
11. krista4 Willie Nelson
12. Mr. Belvedere Sour Patch Kids
13. timschochet Rebel Without A Cause
14. rikishiboy Elvis Lives
15. Mr. CIA Charlie Chaplin

Round 11
1. Mister CIA Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
2. rikishiboy Sony Walkman
3. timschochet The Pink Panther
4. Mr. Belvedere Wyatt Earp
5. krista4 As Time Goes By
6. Chaos Commish Buffalo Bill
7. Carver Theme from Rocky
8. Mrs. Rannous Jessica Rabbit
9. jwb Who shot JFK?
10. tish156 People
11. AcerFC Sacheen Littlefeather
12. Usual21 Bruce Lee
13. Meathead Greatest American Hero
14. DC Thunder Buck Rogers
15. DougB Welcome Back

Round 12
1. DougB You Deserve A Break Today
2. DC Thunder Ted Bundy
3. Meathead Archie Bunker
4. Usual21 iPod
5. AcerFC Macy's
6. tish156 Cathy
7. jwb Casablanca
8. Mrs. Rannous Moon Landing Faked
9. Carver Scooby Doo, Where Are You?
10. Chaos Commish Streaker
11. krista4 Watergate
12. Mr. Belvedere The White Album
13. timschochet Sally Field speech
14. rikishiboy Popeye
15. Mr. CIA Wild Cherry

Round 13
1. Mister CIA Zip A Dee Doo Dah
2. rikishiboy National Geographic
3. timschochet Rudolph Valentino
4. Mr. Belvedere Taco Bell dog
5. krista4 Woolworth's
6. Chaos Commish Involuntary Kidney Removal
7. Carver Whitney's National Anthem
8. Mrs. Rannous Garrison Keillor
9. jwb Apple Macintosh Commercial
10. tish156 Target
11. AcerFC Chicago Deep Dish Pizza
12. Usual21 George Carlin
13. Meathead Grease
14. DC Thunder Hawaii-Five-0
15. DougB Jim Morrison

Round 14
1. DougB Will Rogers
2. DC Thunder Flipper
3. Meathead John Gotti
4. Usual21Bloody Mary
5. AcerFC Sesame Street
6. tish156 Pop Rocks
7. jwb John Lee Hooker
8. Mrs. Rannous Old Man River
9. Carver Whitey Bulger
10. Chaos Commish David Tyree Catch
11. krista4 The Velvet Underground and Nico
12. Mr. Belvedere The Muppet Show
13. timschochet Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
14. rikishiboy Oscar Meyer Jingle
15. Mr. CIA WhoShot Tupac

Round 15
1. Mister CIA Mission Impossible
2. rikishiboy Pretty Woman
3. timschochet Poisoned Halloween Candy
4. Mr. Belvedere John Belushi
5. krista4 DB Cooper
6. Chaos Commish Dancing With The Stars
7. Carver "I've Fallen and I can't Get Up!"
8. Mrs. Rannous Joe Namath
9. jwb Wrigley's Gum
10. tish156 Alice in Wonderland
11. AcerFC Shamu
12. Usual21 Gatorade Shower
13. Meathead Can You Feel the Love Tonight
14. DC Thunder Deadliest Catch
15. DougB Walmart

Round 16
1. DougB Dark Side of the Moon
2. DC Thunder Kellogg's Corn Flakes
3. Meathead Garth Brooks
4. Usual21 Let's All Go to the Lobby
5. AcerFC Beauty and the Beast
6. tish156 Forrest Gump
7. jwb Sticky Fingers
8. Mrs. Rannous Secretariat
9. Carver Bazooka
10. Chaos Commish Cheerios
11. krista4 Atticus Finch
12. Mr. Belvedere Gimme A Break
13. timschochet On The Waterfront
14. rikishiboy Mickey Mouse march
15. Mr. CIA Al Bundy

Round 17
1. Mister CIA Wikipedia
2. rikishiboy Annie Oakley
3. timschochet Life Cereal Commercial
4. Mr. Belvedere Ellen Degeneres
5. krista4 The Godfather Part II
6. Chaos Commish Amazon
7. Carver Spuds Mackenzie
8. Mrs. Rannous Silence of the Lambs
9. jwb Alan Freed
10. tish15 E.T.
11. AcerFC The Grinch
12. Usual21 Keyser Soze
13. Meathead Hokey Pokey
14. DC Thunder Dinah Shore's Chevrolet Jingle
15. DougB West Side Story

Round 18
1. DougB Geronimo
2. DC Thunder Weasels Ripped My Flesh
3. Meathead Ella Fitzgerald
4. Usual21 Home Depot
5. AcerFC The Zodiac Killer
6. tish156 Spongebob Squarepants
7. jwb Mr. Ed
8. Mrs. Rannous Animal House
9. Carver Michael Jackson/Child Molestation
10. Chaos Commish Osama bin Laden
11. krista4 Bonnie & Clyde
12. Mr. Belvedere Dexter
13. timschochet Lucky Charms
14. rikishiboy The Unabomber
15. Mr. CIA Dr. Strangelove

Round 19
1. Mister CIA Jack Benny
2. rikishiboy Morris the Cat
3. timschochet Michael Corleone
4. Mr. Belvedere Walther PPK
5. krista4 Billie Holiday
6. Chaos Commish I'd Love to Be an Oscar Meyer Weiner
7. Carver Vin Scully
8. Mrs. Rannous Heigh Ho
9. jwb Dick Tracy
10. tish156 Jon Benet Ramsey
11. AcerFC Rice Krispies
12. Usual21 The Moonwalk
13. Meathead The Notebook
14. DC Thunder Billy Strayhorn
15. DougB .44 Magnum

Round 20
1. DougB Lee Harvey Oswald
2. DC Thunder Time
3. Meathead Howlin Wolf
4. Usual21 Eye of the Tiger
5. AcerFC I'm a Toys R Us Kid
6. tish156 Captain Crunch
7. jwb twoallbeefpatties
8. Mrs. Rannous Dirty Harry
9. Carver The Lion King
10. Chaos Commish Flight 19
11. krista4 Edward R. Murrow
12. Mr. Belvedere Back to the Future
13. timschochet Captain Kirk
14. rikishiboy Bill Cosby
15. Mr. CIA Cops

Round 21
1. Mister CIA Zippo lighter
2. rikishiboy Kellogg's Frosted Flakes
3. timschochet Woody Allen
4. Mr. Belvedere Blake Shelton
5. krista4 Robert Johnson
6. Chaos Commish Tap
7. Carver Sports Illustrated
8. Mrs. Rannous I'm A Pepper
9. jwb Son of Sam
10. tish156 Don Imus
11. AcerFC GPS
12. Usual21 Baby Ruth
13. Meathead M14
14. DC Thunder Back to the Future
15. DougB Transistor Radio

Round 22
1. DougB Less Filling, Tastes Great
2. DC Thunder Lara's Theme
3. Meathead Harry Caray
4. Usual21 Be Like Mike
5. AcerFC Reeses Pieces
6. tish156 A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes
7. jwb 7-Eleven
8. Mrs. Rannous The Addams Family
9. Carver Jack Bauer
10. Chaos Commish Circle of Life
11. krista4 It's A Small World
12. Mr. Belvedere The Mothman
13. timschochet Pinocchio
14. rikishiboy Beavis and Butthead
15. Mr. CIA Bessie Smith

Round 23
1. Mister CIA Patti Hearst
2. rikishiboy Mary Poppins
3. timschochet Tiffany's
4. Mr. Belvedere Bambi
5. krista4 Jack Palance pushups
6. Chaos Commish Blondie
7. Carver The Electric Slide
8. Mrs. Rannous Brooke Shields Calvin Kiein Ads
9. jwb Dueling Banjos
10. tish156 Steel Magnolias
11. AcerFC Ray Charles
12. Usual21 Tiger Woods infidelities
13. Meathead One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
14. DC Thunder Cheryl Crane kills Johnny Stompanoto
15. DougB Cinderella

Round 24
1. DougB The Flintstones
2. DC Thunder John Riggins run
3. Meathead Ellen Ripley
4. Usual21 Finding Nemo
5. AcerFC The Godfather Love Theme
6. tish156 Dr. Evil
7. jwb Candid Camera
8. Mrs. Rannous Dilbert
9. Carver Toys R Us
10. Chaos Commish The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
11. krista4 James Bond Theme
12. Mr. Belvedere Celebrity Apprentice
13. timschochet Snoopy
14. rikishiboy Star Search
15. Mr. CIA Born to be Wild

Round 25
1. Mister CIA Keep America Beautiful
2. rikishiboy The Black Dahlia
3. timschochet Little Orphan Annie
4. Mr. Belvedere A Whole New World
5. krista4 The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show
6. Chaos Commish Robin Hood
7. Carver Are You Ready For Some Football?
8. Mrs. Rannous Game Boy
9. jwb Marge Simpson
10. tish156 YMCA
11. AcerFC Twitter
12. Usual21 Platoon
13. Meathead Kit Kat
14. DC Thunder Marshmallow Peeps
15. DougB Yahoo!

Round 26
1. DougB Li'l Abner
2. DC Thunder Polaroid Land Camera
3. Meathead Woody
4. Usual21 The Sixth Sense
5. AcerFC Chris Rock
6. tish156 Beeper
7. jwb Schoolhouse Rock
8. Mrs. Rannous Piggly Wiggly
9. Carver Spiderman
10. Chaos Commish The Sound of Music
11. krista4 Gordon Gekko
12. Mr. Belvedere Footloose
13. timschochet Gumbo
14. rikishiboy Pete Rose Gambles
15. Mr. CIA Neiman Marcus

Round 27
1. Mister CIA Parade
2. rikishiboy Ben Hur
3. timschochet When Harry Met Sally
4. Mr. Belvedere Danny Tanner
5. krista4 Mad
6. Chaos Commish Junior Mints
7. Carver You're the Best
8. Mrs. Rannous The Incredibles
9. jwb NYC Pizza
10. tish156 Match.com
11. AcerFC The California Raisins
12. Usual21 Wile E. Coyote
13. Meathead Cocoa Puffs
14. DC Thunder Song of the South
15. DougB Sidney Poitier wins Best Actor

Round 28
1. DougB "The Tackle" (Rams vs. Titans)
2. DC Thunder Ann Romano
3. Meathead Costco
4. Usual21 The Real World
5. AcerFC Michael Vick dog scandal
6. tish156 Pamela Anderson/Tommy Lee
7. jwb Garo Yepremian/Redskins TD
8. Mrs. Rannous The Wizard of Oz
9. Carver wristwatch
10. Chaos Commish Rolling Stone
11. krista4 Butterfinger
12. Mr. Belvedere Braveheart
13. timschochet The Bad News Bears
14. rikishiboy Grey Poupon
15. Mr. CIA The Pink Panther

Round 29
1. Mister CIA Chappaquiddick
2. rikishiboy Beetle Bailey
3. timschochet The Charleston
4. Mr. Belvedere Charlie Brown
5. krista4 Scott Norwood "Wide Right"
6. Chaos Commish From Here to Eternity
7. Carver M16
8. Mrs. Rannous Andy Taylor
9. jwb The Hustle/Disco
10. tish156 Roberto Benigni wins best actor
11. AcerFC Don't You Forget About Me
12. Usual21 The Jetsons
13. Meathead GI Joe
14. DC Thunder The Locomotion
15. DougB Cosmopolitan

Round 30
1. DougB Southern Fried Chicken
2. DC Thunder Scrapple
3. Meathead Who killed Natalee Holloway?
4. Usual21 There's No Business Like Show Business
5. AcerFC Swing Dance
6. tish156 Robin Williams
7. jwb Meet the Flintstones
8. Mrs. Rannous Po Boy
9. Carver Tupac Shakur
10. Chaos Commish Just Do It
11. krista4 Lucille Ball
12. Mr. Belvedere Whatchamacallit
13. timschochet Vogue
14. rikishiboy Dizzie Gillespie
15. Mr. CIA Risky Business

Round 31
1. Mister CIA Hopalong Cassidy
2. rikishiboy Son House
3. timschochet Singin' In the Rain
4. Mr. Belvedere New England Clam Chowder
5. krista4 Tootsie
6. Chaos Commish Johnny Carson
7. Carver Fruity Pebbles
8. Mrs. Rannous Jean Harlow
9. jwb Martin Scorsese wins Best Director
10. tish156 Beethoven
11. AcerFC Phil Simms "I'm Going to Disneyland!"
12. Usual21 Key Lime Pie
13. Meathead Bat Out of Hell
14. DC Thunder ESPN.Com
15. DougB Winnie the Pooh

Round 32
1. DougB Roseanne Connor
2. DC Thunder Milky Way
3. Meathead Hershey Kisses
4. Usual21 Toto
5. AcerFC Field of Dreams
6. tish156 Stuck on Band Aid
7. jwb One
8. Mrs. Rannous Loretta Lynn
9. Carver Will Ferrell
10. Chaos Commish Ozzie Nelson
11. krista4 If I Were A Rich Man
12. Mr. Belvedere Adrian Brody kisses Halle Berry
13. timschochet Pez
14. rikishiboy The Dukes of Hazzard
15. Mr. CIA Bat Masterson

Round 33
1. Mister CIA Elsa
2. rikishiboy Carmen Sandiego
3. timschochet Charles Ingalls
4. Mr. Belvedere The Macarena
5. krista4 Heathers
6. Chaos Commish California Roll
7. Carver The Godfather Part II
8. Mrs. Rannous Stevie Ray Vaughn
9. jwb M1
10. tish156 Bernie Madoff
11. AcerFC Schindler's List
12. Usual21 Tony Micelli
13. Meathead Purple Rain
14. DC Thunder Seventy Six Trombones
15. DougB Jelly Bellies

Round 34
1. DougB Roy Clark
2. DC Thunder He Man and the Masters of the Universe
3. Meathead Bubbles
4. Usual21 Billboard
5. AcerFC Nestle Crunch
6. tish156 Seasons of Love
7. jwb Stand By Me
8. Mrs. Rannous TV Guide
9. Carver Napster
10. Chaos Commish The Stay Puft Marshmellow Man
11. krista4 Ward Cleaver
12. Mr. Belvedere Love, Actually
13. timschochet Etta James
14. rikishiboy Refrigerator Perry Touchdown
15. Mr. CIA Theme From A Summer Place

Round 35
1. Mister CIA Donald in Mathmagic Land
2. rikishiboy Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
3. timschochet John Wesley Hardin
4. Mr. Belvedere Fruit Loops
5. krista4 Chicken Dance
6. Chaos Commish Seabiscuit
7. Carver Thriller
8. Mrs. Rannous George Armstrong Custer
9. jwb Walkie Talkie
10. tish156 Bo Diddley
11. AcerFC I Feel Pretty
12. Usual21 Twizzlers
13. Meathead Saturday Evening Post
14. DC Thunder The Ballad of Davy Crockett
15. DougB Twenty One is rigged

Round 36
1. DougB Count Chocula
2. DC Thunder Bill Murray
3. Meathead Ipad
4. Usual21 Rocky vs. Ali
5. AcerFC Born in the U.S.A.
6. tish156 Springfield Model 1861
7. jwb Barry Bonds and Steroids
8. Mrs. Rannous That's Incredible!
9. Carver Little Walter
10. Chaos Commish Zorro
11. krista4 101 Dalmations
12. Mr. Belvedere GQ Magazine
13. timschochet Tonya Harding vs. Nancy Kerrigan
14. rikishiboy Everlasting Gobstoppers
15. Mr. CIA Lynn Swann catch

Round 37
1. Mister CIA BB, HP, AD & C
2. rikishiboy Nicholas Cap Gun
3. timschochet hand held camera
4. Mr. Belvedere Natalie Wood drowns
5. krista4 Maryland Crab Cakes
6. Chaos Commish The Impossible Dream
7. Carver Kenny Rogers
8. Mrs. Rannous Fatty Arbuckle Trial
9. jwb TWIX
10. tish156 Glen Miller
11. AcerFC Don't flash the car without lights
12. Usual21 CNN
13. Meathead Chris Farley
14. DC Thunder Midnight Cowboy
15. DougB Tara's Theme

Round 38
1. DougB Charleston Chew
2. DC Thunder Rob Lowe Dances with Snow White
3. Meathead Lex Luthor
4. Usual21Abbey Road
5. AcerFC Timothy McVeigh
6. tish156 Calamity Jane
7. jwb Chim Chim Cheree
8. Mrs. Rannous Almond Joy
9. Carver Tim Taylor
10. Chaos Commish Pirates of the Carribean- The Curse of the Black Pearl
11. krista4 Hello Kitty
12. Mr. Belvedere Herbie Hancock
13. timschochet Doug Williams
14. rikishiboy Luck, Be A Lady
15. Mr. CIA Remington 870

Round 39
1. Mister CIA Captain Crunch with Crunchberries
2. rikishiboy Three Musketeers
3. timschochet Windows Live
4. Mr. Belvedere Martha Stewart
5. krista4 Checkers
6. Chaos Commish George Jones
7. Carver Chili's Baby Back Ribs
8. Mrs. Rannous IMDB
9. jwb The Ghost Hitchhiker
10. tish156 Punk'd
11. AcerFC Ghost
12. Usual21Hakuna Matata
13. Meathead Cuba Gooding Jr.'s Acceptance Speech
14. DC Thunder Len Bias
15. DougB White Christmas

Round 40
1. DougB Corrupt Backward Messages on Records
2. DC Thunder Clarence "Frogman" Henry
3. Meathead John Elway's Helicopter Dive
4. Usual21 Reba McEntire
5. AcerFC Robert Ford
6. tish156 Sourdough Bread
7. jwb Freddie Prinze
8. Mrs. Rannous Time Warp
9. Carver Mr. Goodbar
10. Chaos Commish Bob Marley Catch A Fire
11. krista4 Richard Gere and the gerbil
12. Mr. Belvedere Mouse
13. timschochet Walter Winchell
14. rikishiboy Howard Cunningham
15. Mr. CIA Bit O Honey

Round 41
1. Mister CIA Smokey the Bear
2. rikishiboy Blockbuster Video
3. timschochet The Bachelor
4. Mr. Belvedere Inception
5. krista4 Meow Mix
6. Chaos Commish Model 1911
7. Carver South Park creators in drag
8. Mrs. Rannous Ren and Stimpy
9. jwb Mr. Burns
10. tish156 Shrek
11. AcerFC Batman: The Animated Series
12. Usual21 Michael Jackson's skin color
13. Meathead Sunrise, Sunset
14. DC Thunder Oxi-Clean with Billy Mays
15. DougB Spontaneous Human Combustion

Round 42
1. DougB The Color Purple
2. DC Thunder US Government planned 9-11
3. Meathead Your Brain
4. Usual21 Trix
5. AcerFC Pump Up the Volume
6. tish156 Faith Hill
7. jwb Freakies
8. Mrs. Rannous Neco Sweethearts
9. Carver Beauty and the Beast
10. Chaos Commish Charley Patton
11. krista4 The Princess Bride
12. Mr. Belvedere Whole Foods
13. timschochet Under the Sea
14. rikishiboy Ghostbusters
15. Mr. CIA The Rockettes' Leg Kick

Round 43
1. Mister CIA Angelina Jolie kisses brother
2. rikishiboy Van Halen 1984
3. timschochet America
4. Mr. Belvedere Alice Cooper
5. krista4 Movin' On Up
6. Chaos Commish Frank Sinatra
7. Carver Nat King Cole
8. Mrs. Rannous Life
9. jwb Love Is
10. tish156 Payday
11. AcerFC Thelonius Monk
12. Usual21 UZI Submachine Gun
13. Meathead Craig's List
14. DC Thunder Explosion of TWA 800
15. DougB The Bare Necessities

Round 44
1. DougB Easy to Be Hard
2. DC Thunder Jabba the Hut
3. Meathead The Biggest Loser
4. Usual21 Eric Clapton
5. AcerFC The Pillsbury Doughboy
6. tish156 Marcus Allen TD run
7. jwb The Huffington Post
8. Mrs. Rannous Charlie Chaplin wins Honorary Oscar
9. Carver Driving Miss Daisy
10. Chaos Commish The Godfather
11. krista4 AK-47
12. Mr. Belvedere Progressive
13. timschochet Peter Gunn
14. rikishiboy The Wrong Frank accepts the Oscar
15. Mr. CIAMerle Haggard

Edited by timschochet, 06 May 2012 - 03:07 PM.

Unless otherwise stated, any comment or statement I make is strictly MY OPINION, and should not be taken as an implication of fact, no matter how definitive it sounds. I speak for no one but myself.



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Abrantes/Meathead
Album cover Bat Out of Hell
Animal celebrity Bubbles
Animated character Woody
Best Picture One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Blues performer Howling Wolf
Breakfast Cereal Cocoa Puffs
Candy Hershey's Kisses
Candy bar Kit Kat
Celebrity scandal Woody Allen marries Soon Ji
Celebrities who died young Chris Farley
Chick flick The Notebook
Comic Strip Calvin & Hobbes
Country performer Garth Brooks
Criminal John Gotti
Dance Hokey Pokey
Disney Movie Fantasia
Disney Song Can You Feel the Love Tonight
Fictional Criminal Lex Luthor
Fictional Hero Ellen Ripley
Funny Person Richard Pryor
Guns M14
Jazz performer Ella Fitzgerald
Jingle Like A Good Neighbor, State Farm Is There
Magazine Saturday Evening Post
Memorable Oscar Moment Cuba Gooding Jr's Acceptance Speech
Memorable Superbowl Moment John Elway's helicopter dive
Movie Song Purple Rain
Movie Theme Imperial March (The Empire Strikes Back)
Movie Ending Chinatown
Musical Theater Song Sunrise, Sunset
Old West Personality Butch Cassidy
Radio Personality Harry Caray
Reality Show The Biggest Loser
Regional Food Grits
Retailer Costco
Teenage Movie Grease
Technological Gadget iPad
TV Cartoon GI Joe
TV Commercial "Your Brain"
TV Parent Archie Bunker
TV Show theme Greatest American Hero
Unexplained Mystery Who Killed Natalee Holloway?
Urban Legend Baby alligator in sewer
Website Craig's List

AcerFC
Album cover Born in the USA
Animal celebrity Shamu
Animated character Pillsbury Doughboy
Best Picture Schindler's List
Blues performer Ray Charles
Breakfast Cereal Rice Krispies
Candy Reese's Pieces
Candy bar Nestle Crunch
Celebrity scandal Michael Vick Dog Scandal
Celebrities who died young Kurt Cobain
Chick flick Ghost
Comic Strip Garfield
Country Performer Johnny Cash
Criminal Timothy McVeigh
Dance Swing Dance
Disney Movie Beauty and the Beast
Disney Song When You Wish Upon A Star
Fictional Criminal The Grinch
Fictional Hero James Bond
Funny Person Chris Rock
Guns Red Ryder BB Gun
Jazz performer Thelonius Monk
Jingle I'm A Toys R Us Kid
Magazine Playboy
Memorable Oscar Moment Sacheen Littlefeather
Memorable Superbowl Moment Phil Simms: "I'm Going to Disneyland"
Movie Song Don't You Forget About Me
Movie Theme Godfather Love Theme
Movie Ending Field of Dreams
Musical Theater Song I Feel Pretty
Old West Personality Robert Ford
Radio Personality Wolfman Jack
Reality Show American Idol
Regional Food Chicago Deep Dish Pizza
Retailer Macy's
Teenage Movie Pump up the Volume
Technological Gadget GPS
TV Cartoon Batman: The Animated Series
TV Commercial The California Raisins
TV Parent Cliff Huxtable
TV Show theme Sesame Street
Unexplained Mystery The Zodiac Killer
Urban Legend Don't Flash Car with Lights off
Website Twitter

Carver
Album cover Thriller
Animal celebrity Spuds Mackenzie
Animated character Mickey Mouse
Best Picture Driving Miss Daisy
Blues performer Blues
Breakfast Cereal Fruity Pebbles
Candy Bazooka (Joe) bubble gum
Candy bar Mr. Goodbar
Celebrity scandal Michael Jackson child molestation
Celebrities who died young Tupac Shakur
Chick flick Beaches
Comic Strip Spiderman
Country performer Kenny Rogers
Criminal Whitey Bulger
Dance The Electric Slide
Disney Movie The Lion King
Disney Song Beauty and the Beast
Fictional Criminal Tony Montana
Fictional Hero Jack Bauer
Funny Person Will Ferrell
Guns M16
Jazz performer Nat King Cole
Jingle Chili's Baby Back Rib
Magazine Sports Illustrated
Memorable Oscar Moment South Park Creators in drag
Memorable Superbowl Moment Whitney's National Anthem
Movie Song You're the Best
Movie Theme Rocky Theme
Movie Ending The Godfather Part II
Musical Theater Song Memory
Old West Personality Billy the Kid
Radio Personality Vin Scully
Reality Show Jersey Shore
Regional Food Buffalo Wings
Retailer Toys R Us
Teenage Movie Dazed and Confused
Technological Gadget Wristwatch
TV Cartoon Scooby Doo, Where Are You?
TV Commercial "I've fallen and I can't get up!"
TV Parent Tim Taylor
TV Show theme Are You Ready For Some Football?
Unexplained Mystery Jimmy Hoffa
Urban Legend Big Foot
Website Napster

Chaos Commish
Album cover Bob Marley Catch A Fire
Animal celebrity Seabiscuit
Animated character The Stay Puft Marshmellow Man
Best Picture The Godfather
Blues performer Charley Patton
Breakfast Cereal Cheerios
Candy Junior Mints
Candy bar Snickers
Celebrity scandal OJ Simpson Murder Saga
Celebrities who died young Karen Carpenter
Chick flick From Here to Eternity
Comic Strip Blondie
Country performer George Jones
Criminal Osama bin Laden
Dance Tap
Disney Movie Pirates of the Carribean- Curse of the Black Pearl
Disney Song Circle of Life
Fictional Criminal Robin Hood
Fictional Hero Zorro
Funny Person Johnny Carson
Guns Model 1911
Jazz performer Frank Sinatra
Jingle I'd Love to be an Oscar Meyer Weiner
Magazine Rolling Stone
Memorable Oscar Moment streaker
Memorable Superbowl Moment David Tyree Catch
Movie Song The Sound of Music
Movie Theme The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
Movie Ending The Godfatjer
Musical Theater Song The Impossible Dream
Old West Personality Buffalo Bill
Radio Personality Orson Welles
Reality Show Dancing With The Stars
Regional Food California Roll
Retailer Amazon
Teenage Movie American Graffiti
Technological Gadget Cell phones
TV Cartoon The Simpsons
TV Commercial Just Do It
TV Parent Ozzie Nelson
TV Show theme Beverly Hillbillies
Unexplained Mystery Flight 19
Urban Legend Involuntary Kidney Removal
Website Youtube

DC Thunder
Album cover Weasels Ripped My Flesh
Animal celebrity Flipper
Animated character Homer Simpson
Best Picture Midnight Cowboy
Blues performer Clarence "Frogman" Henry
Breakfast Cereal Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Candy Marshmellow Peeps
Candy bar Milky Way
Celebrity scandal Cheryl Crane kills Johnny Stompanato
Celebrities who died young Len Bias
Chick flick A League of their Own
Comic Strip Doonesbury
Country performer Hank Williams, Jr.
Criminal Ted Bundy
Dance Locomotion
Disney Movie Song of the South
Disney Song The Ballad of Davy Crockett
Fictional Criminal Jabba the Hut
Fictional Hero Buck Rogers
Funny Person Bill Murray
Guns Winchester Repeating Rifle
Jazz performer Billy Strayhorn
Jingle Dinah Shore's Chevrolet jingle
Magazine Time
Memorable Oscar Moment Rob Lowe Dances with Snow White
Memorable Superbowl Moment John Riggins run
Movie Song Over the Rainbow
Movie Theme Lara's Theme (Dr. Zhivago)
Movie Ending Casablanca
Musical Theater Song Seventy Six Trombones
Old West Personality Sitting Bull
Radio Personality Rush Limbaugh
Reality Show Deadliest Catch
Regional Food Scrapple
Retailer Sears, Roebuck
Teenage Movie Back to the Future
Technological Gadget Polaroid Land Camera
TV Cartoon He Man and the Masters of the Universe
TV Commercial Oxi-Clean with Billy Mays
TV Parent Ann Romano
TV Show theme Hawaii Five O
Unexplained Mystery TWA Flight 800
Urban Legend Federal government planned 9-11
Website ESPN.com

DougB
Album cover Dark Side of the Moon
Animal celebrity Lassie
Animated character Winnie the Pooh
Best Picture West Side Story
Blues performer Muddy Waters
Breakfast Cereal Count Chocula
Candy Jelly Bellies
Candy bar Charleston Chew
Celebrity scandal Twenty One is rigged
Celebrities who died young Jim Morrison
Chick flick The Color Purple
Comic Strip Li'l Abner
Country performer Roy Clark
Criminal Lee Harvey Oswald
Dance The Twist
Disney Movie Cinderella
Disney Song The Bare Necessities
Fictional Criminal Hannibal Lecter
Fictional Hero Tarzan
Funny Person Will Rogers
Guns .44 Magnum
Jazz performer Duke Ellington
Jingle You Deserve A Break Today
Magazine Cosmopolitan
Memorable Oscar Moment Sidney Poitier wins best actor
Memorable Superbowl Moment "The Tackle" (Rams vs. Titans)
Movie Song White Christmas
Movie Theme Tara's Theme
Movie Ending Planet of the Apes
Musical Theater Song Easy to Be Hard
Old West Personality Geronimo
Radio Personality Casey Kasem
Reality Show Big Brother
Regional Food Southern Fried Chicken
Retailer Walmart
Teenage Movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Technological Gadget Transistor Radio
TV Cartoon The Flintstones
TV Commercial Less Filling, Tastes Great
TV Parent Roseanne Connor
TV Show theme Welcome Back
Unexplained Mystery Corrupt Backwards Messages on Records
Urban Legend Spontaneous Human Combustion
Website Yahoo!

jwb
Album cover Sticky Fingers
Animal celebrity Mr. Ed
Animated character Bugs Bunny
Best Picture Casablanca
Blues performer John Lee Hooker
Breakfast Cereal Freakies
Candy Wrigley's Gum
Candy bar TWIX
Celebrity scandal Barry Bonds steroids
Celebrities who died young Freddie Prinze
Chick flick Thelma and Louise
Comic Strip Love Is
Country performer Patsy Cline
Criminal Son of Sam
Dance The Hustle/Disco
Disney Movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Disney Song Chim Chim Cheree
Fictional Criminal Travis Bickle
Fictional Hero Mr. Burns
Funny Person Bob Hope
Guns M1
Jazz performer Miles Davis
Jingle twoallbeefpatties
Magazine Life
Memorable Oscar Moment Martin Scorsese wins Best Director
Memorable Superbowl Moment Garo Yepremian/Redkins TD
Movie Song Dueling Banjos
Movie Theme Theme from Star Wars
Movie Ending Psycho
Musical Theater Song One
Old West Personality Doc Holliday
Radio Personality Alan Freed
Reality Show Candid Camera
Regional Food NYC Pizza
Retailer 7-Eleven
Teenage Movie Stand By Me
Technological Gadget Walkie Talkie
TV Cartoon Schoolhouse Rock
TV Commercial Apple Macintosh Commercial
TV Parent Marge Simpson
TV Show theme Meet the Flintstones
Unexplained Mystery Who shot JFK
Urban Legend The Ghost Hitchhiker
Website The Huffington Post

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Album cover The Velvet Underground and Nico
Animal celebrity Checkers
Animated character Hello Kitty
Best Picture The Godfather Part II
Blues performer Robert Johnson
Breakfast Cereal Wheaties
Candy Tootsie
Candy bar Butterfinger
Celebrity scandal Watergate
Celebrities who died young James Dean
Chick flick The Princess Bride
Comic Strip Peanuts
Country performer Willie Nelson
Criminal Bonnie & Clyde
Dance Chicken Dance
Disney Movie 101 Dalmations
Disney Song It's A Small World
Fictional Criminal Gordon Gekko
Fictional Hero Atticus Finch
Funny Person Lucille Ball
Guns AK-47
Jazz performer Billie Holiday
Jingle Meow Mix
Magazine Mad
Memorable Oscar Moment Jack Palance pushups
Memorable Superbowl Moment Scott Norwood "Wide Right"
Movie Song As Time Goes By
Movie Theme James Bond Theme
Movie Ending Citizen Kane
Musical Theater Song If I Were A Rich Man
Old West Personality Wild Bill Hickok
Radio Personality Edward R. Murrow
Reality Show Survivor
Regional Food Maryland Crab Cakes
Retailer Woolworth's
Teenage Movie Heathers
Technological Gadget Remote Control
TV Cartoon The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show
TV Commercial Mean Joe Greene Commercial
TV Parent Ward Cleaver
TV Show theme Movin' On Up
Unexplained Mystery DB Cooper
Urban Legend Richard Gere and the gerbil
Website Google

Mr. Belvedere
Album cover The White Album
Animal celebrity Taco Bell dog
Animated character Charlie Brown
Best Picture Braveheart
Blues performer BB King
Breakfast Cereal Fruit Loops
Candy Sour Patch Kids
Candy bar Whatchamacallit
Celebrity scandal Clinton/Lewinsky Scandal
Celebrities who died young John Belushi
Chick flick Love, Actually
Comic Strip Family Circus
Country performer Blake Shelton
Criminal Martha Stewart
Dance The Macarena
Disney Movie Bambi
Disney Song A Whole New World
Fictional Criminal Dexter
Fictional Hero Captain Malcolm Reynolds
Funny Person Ellen Degeneres
Guns Walther PPK
Jazz performer Herbie Hancock
Jingle Gimme a Break
Magazine GQ
Memorable Oscar Moment Adrian Brody kisses Halle Berry
Memorable Superbowl Moment Janet Jackson's Wardrobe Malfunction
Movie Song Footloose
Movie Theme Back to the Future
Movie Ending Inception
Musical Theater Song Oklahoma!
Old West Personality Wyatt Earp
Radio Personality Alice Cooper
Reality Show Celebrity Apprentice
Regional Food New England Clam Chowder
Retailer Whole Foods
Teenage Movie Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
Technological Gadget MOuse
TV Cartoon Smurfs
TV Commercial Progressive
TV Parent Danny Tanner
TV Show theme The Muppet Show
Unexplained Mystery Natalie Wood Drowns
Urban Legend The Mothman
Website Facebook

Mr. CIA
Album cover Wild Cherry
Animal celebrity Elsa
Animated character Smokey the Bear
Best Picture Rocky
Blues performer Bessie Smith
Breakfast Cereal Captain Crunch with Crunchberries
Candy Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
Candy bar Bit O Honey
Celebrity scandal Chappaquiddick
Celebrities who died young Jimi Hendrix
Chick flick Gone with the Wind
Comic Strip Bloom County
Country performer Merle Haggard
Criminal Patty Hearst
Dance Rockettes' Leg Kick
Disney Movie Donald in Mathmagic Land
Disney Song Zip A Dee Doo Dah
Fictional Criminal Tony Soprano
Fictional Hero Hopalong Cassidy
Funny Person Charlie Chaplin
Guns Remington 870
Jazz performer Wynton Marsalis
Jingle BB, HD, AP, & C
Magazine Parade
Memorable Oscar Moment Angelina Jolie kisses brother
Memorable Superbowl Moment Lynn Swann Catch
Movie Song Born to be Wild
Movie Theme Theme From A Summer Place
Movie Ending Dr. Strangelove
Musical Theater Song Tomorrow
Old West Personality Bat Masterson
Radio Personality Jack Benny
Reality Show Cops
Regional Food Philly Cheese Steak
Retailer Neiman Marcus
Teenage Movie Risky Business
Technological Gadget Zippo Lighter
TV Cartoon The Pink Panther
TV Commercial Keep America Beautiful
TV Parent Al Bundy
TV Show theme Mission Impossible
Unexplained Mystery Who Shot Tupac
Urban Legend Robert Johnson's trip to the Crossroads
Website Wikipedia

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Album cover Whipped cream & Other Delights
Animal celebrity Secretariat
Animated character Jessica Rabbit
Best Picture The Silence of the Lambs
Blues performer Stevie Ray Vaughn
Breakfast Cereal Life
Candy Neco Sweethearts
Candy bar Almond Joy
Celebrity scandal Fatty Arbuckle trial
Celebrities who died young Jean Harlow
Chick flick Titanic
Comic Strip Dilbert
Country performer Loretta Lynn
Criminal John Dillinger
Dance Time Warp
Disney Movie The Incredibles
Disney Song Heigh Ho
Fictional Criminal Don Vito Corleone
Fictional Hero Dirty Harry
Funny Person Groucho Marx
Guns Thompson submachine gun
Jazz performer Benny Goodman
Jingle I'm a Pepper
Magazine TV Guide
Memorable Oscar Moment Charlie Chaplin wins Honorary Oscar
Memorable Superbowl Moment Joe Namath
Movie Song My Heart Will Go On
Movie Theme The Magnificent Seven
Movie Ending The Wizard of Oz
Musical Theater Song Old Man River
Old West Personality George Armstrong Custer
Radio Personality Garrison Keillor
Reality Show That's Incredible!
Regional Food Po Boy
Retailer Piggly Wiggly
Teenage Movie Animal House
Technological Gadget Game Boy
TV Cartoon Ren and Stimpy
TV Commercial Brooke Shields Calvin Klein Ad
TV Parent Andy Taylor
TV Show theme The Addams Family
Unexplained Mystery Lizzie Borden
Urban Legend Moon landing faked
Website IMDB

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Animal celebrity Morris the Cat
Animated character Popeye
Best Picture Ben Hur
Blues performer Son House
Breakfast Cereal Kellogg's Frosted Flakes
Candy Everlasting Gobstoppers
Candy bar Three Musketeers
Celebrity scandal Pete Rose Gambles
Celebrities who died young Buddy Holly
Chick flick Pretty Women
Comic Strip Beetle Bailey
Country performer Dolly Parton
Criminal The Unabomber
Dance Breakdance
Disney Movie Mary Poppins
Disney Song Mickey Mouse March
Fictional Criminal Carmen Sandiego
Fictional Hero The Lone Ranger
Funny Person Bill Cosby
Guns Nicholas cap gun
Jazz performer Dizzy Gillespie
Jingle Oscar Meyer Jingle
Magazine National Geographic
Memorable Oscar Moment The wrong Frank accepts award
Memorable Superbowl Moment Refrigerator Perry TD
Movie Song Ghostbusters
Movie Theme Indiana Jones
Movie Ending Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Musical Theater Song Luck, Be A Lady
Old West Personality Annie Oakley
Radio Personality Paul Harvey
Reality Show Star Search
Regional Food Chili con carne- Texas Style
Retailer Blockbuster Video
Teenage Movie Porky's
Technological Gadget Sony Walkman
TV Cartoon Beavis and Butthead
TV Commercial Grey Poupon
TV Parent Howard Cunningham
TV Show theme The Dukes of Hazzard
Unexplained Mystery The Black Dahlia
Urban Legend Elvis lives
Website ebay

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Album cover Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Animal celebrity Rin Tin Tin
Animated character Snoopy
Best Picture On The Waterfront
Blues performer Etta James
Breakfast Cereal Lucky Charms
Candy Pez
Candy bar Hershey's Chocolate Bar
Celebrity scandal Tonya Harding vs. Nancy Kerrigan
Celebrities who died young Rudolph Valentino
Chick flick When Harry Met Sally
Comic Strip Little Orphan Annie
Country performer Hank Williams
Criminal Al Capone
Dance The Charleston
Disney Movie Pinocchio
Disney Song Under the Sea
Fictional Criminal Michael Corleone
Fictional Hero Captain Kirk
Funny Person Woody Allen
Guns Colt 45
Jazz Performer Louis Armstrong
Jingle I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
Magazine Vogue
Memorable Oscar Moment Sally Field's Speech
Memorable Superbowl Moment Doug Williams wins Superbowl, MVP
Movie Song Singin' In the Rain
Movie Theme The Pink Panther
Movie Ending The Bad News Bears
Musical Theater Song America
Old West Personality John Wesley Hardin
Radio Personality Walter Winchell
Reality Show The Bachelor
Regional Food Gumbo
Retailer Tiffany's
Teenage Movie Rebel Without A Cause
Technological Gadget Hand held camera
TV Cartoon South Park
TV Commercial Life Cereal Commercial
TV Parent Charles Ingalls
TV Show theme Peter Gunn
Unexplained Mystery Amelia Earhart
Urban Legend Poisoned Halloween candy
Website Windows Live

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Album cover Nevermind
Animal celebrity Beethoven
Animated character Betty Boop
Best Picture Forrest Gump
Blues performer Bo Diddley
Breakfast Cereal Captain Crunch
Candy m&ms
Candy bar Pay Day
Celebrity scandal Pamela Anderson/Tommy Lee
Celebrities who died young Otis Redding
Chick flick Steel Magnolias
Comic Strip Cathy
Country performer Faith Hill
Criminal Bernie Madoff
Dance YMCA
Disney Movie Alice In Wonderland
Disney Song A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart
Fictional Criminal Dr. Evil
Fictional Hero Shrek
Funny Person Robin Williams
Guns Springfleld Model 1861
Jazz performer Glenn Miller
Jingle Stuck on band aid
Magazine People
Memorable Oscar Moment Roberto Benigni wins Best Actor
Memorable Superbowl Moment Marcus Allen's TD run
Movie Song Mrs. Robinson
Movie Theme E.T.
Movie Ending The Usual Suspects
Musical Theater Song Seasons of Love
Old West Personality Calamity Jones
Radio Personality Don Imus
Reality Show Punk'd
Regional Food Sourdough Bread
Retailer Target
Teenage Movie The Breakfast Club
Technological Gadget Beeper
TV Cartoon Spongebob Squarepants
TV Parent Carol Brady
TV Show theme Cheers
Unexplained Mystery Jon Benet Ramsey
Urban Legend Pop Rocks
Website Match.Com

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Album cover Abbey Road
Animal celebrity Toto
Animated character Wile E. Coyote
Best Picture Platoon
Blues performer Eric Clapton
Breakfast Cereal Trix
Candy Twizzlers
Candy bar Baby Ruth
Celebrity scandal Tiger Woods' Infidelities
Celebrities who died young Bruce Lee
Chick flick Dirty Dancing
Comic Strip The Far Side
Country performer Reba McEntire
Criminal Charles Manson
Dance The Moonwalk
Disney Movie Finding Nemo
Disney Song Hakuna Matata
Fictional Criminal Keyser Soze
Fictional Hero Indiana Jones
Funny Person George Carlin
Guns Uzi Submachine Gun
Jazz performer Charlie Parker
Jingle Let's All Go to the Lobby
Magazine Billboard
Memorable Oscar Moment Ali vs. Rocky
Memorable Superbowl Moment Gatorade Shower
Movie Song Eye of the Tiger
Movie Theme Jaws
Movie Ending The Sixth Sense
Musical Theater Song There's No Business Like Show Business
Old West Personality Jesse James
Radio Personality Howard Stern
Reality Show The Real World
Regional Food Key Lime Pie
Retailer Home Depot
Teenage Movie Ferris Buller's Day Off
Technological Gadget iPod
TV Cartoon The Jetsons
TV Commercial Be Like Mike
TV Parent Tony Micelli
TV Show theme Gilligan's Isle
Unexplained Mystery Michael Jackson's skin color
Urban Legend Bloody Mary
WebsiteCNN

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Album cover 1. Whipped Cream and Other Delights 2. Nevermind 3. The White Album 4. Wild Cherry 5. The Velvet Underground and Nico 6. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 7. Dark Side of the Moon 8. Sticky Fingers 9. Weasels Ripped My Flesh 10. Bat Out of Hell 11. Born in the USA 12. Abbey Road 13. Thriller 14. Bob Marley Catch a Fire 15. 1984 Animal celebrity 1. Lassie 2. Rin Tin Tin 3. Taco Bell dog 4. Flipper 5. Shamu 6. Secretariat 7. Spuds Mackenzie 8. Mr. Ed 9. Morris the Cat 10. Beethoven 11. Toto 12. Elsa 13. Bubbles 14. Checkers 15. Seabiscuit Animated character 1. Mickey Mouse 2. Bugs Bunny 3. Homer Simpson 4. Betty Boop 5. Jessica Rabbit 6. Popeye 7. Snoopy 8. Woody 9. Charlie Brown 10. Smokey the Bear 11. Winnie the Pooh 12. Stay Puft Marshmallow Man 13. Hello Kitty 14. Pillsbury Doughboy 15. Wile E. Coyote Best Picture 1. Rocky 2. The Godfather 3. Casablanca 4. Forrest Gump 5. On the Waterfront 6. The Godfather Part II 7. The Silence of the Lambs 8. West Side Story 9. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 10. Platoon 11. Ben Hur 12. Braveheart 13. Driving Miss Daisy 14. Midnight Cowboy 15. Schindler's List Blues performer 1. Muddy Waters 2. BB King 3. John Lee Hooker 4. Robert Johnson 5. Bessie Smith 6. Ray Charles 7. Son House 8. Stevie Ray Vaughn 9. Etta James 10. Bo Diddley 11. Little Walter 12. Charley Patton 13. Eric Clapton 14. Clarence "Frogman" Henry 15. Howlin' Wolf Breakfast Cereal 1. Wheaties 2. Cheerios 3. Kellogg's Corn Flakes 4. Cocoa Puffs 5. Lucky Charms 6. Rice Krispies 7. Captain Crunch 8. Kellogg's Frosted Flakes 9. Fruity Pebbles 10. Fruit Loops 11. Count Chocula 12. Captain Crunch with Crunchberries 13. Freakies 14. Life 15.Trix Candy 1. m&ms 2. Sour Patch Kids 3. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups 4. Wrigley's gum 5. Bazooka (Joe) bubble gum 6. Junior Mints 7. Marshmallow Peeps 8. Tootsie Pop 9. Reese's Pieces 10. Pez 11. Jelly Bellies 12. Hershey Kisses 13. Twizzlers 14. Everlasting Gobstoppers 15. Neco Sweethearts Candy bar 1. Snickers 2. Hershey's Chocolate Bar 3. Baby Ruth 4. Kit Kat 5. Whatchamacallit 6. Nestle Crunch 7. Butterfinger 8. TWIX 9. Three Musketeers 10. Charleston Chew 11. Almond Joy 12. Milky Way 13. Mr. Goodbar 14. Bit O Honey 15. Pay Day Celebrity scandal 1. OJ Simpson Murder Saga 2. Clinton/Lewinsky Scandal 3. Watergate 4. Woddy Allen marries Soon Ji 5. Tiger Wood's Infidelities 6. Michael Jackson child molestation 7. Pete Rose gambles 8. Michael Vick Dog Scandal 9. Pamela Anderson/Tommy Lee 10. Chappaquiddick 11. Barry Bonds & Steroids 12. Twenty One is Rigged 13. Fatty Arbuckle Trial 14. Cheryl Crane kills Johnny Stompanoto 15. Tonya Harding vs. Nancy Kerrigan Celebrities who died young 1. James Dean 2. Jimi Hendrix 3. Buddy Holly 4. Karen Carpenter 5. Kurt Cobain 6. Otis Redding 7. Bruce Lee 8. Rudolph Valentino 9. Jim Morrison 10. John Belushi 11. Tupac Shakur 12. Jean Harlow 13. Chris Farley 14. Freddie Prinze 15. Len Bias Chick flick 1. A League of Their Own 2. Thelma and Louise 3. Beaches 4. Titanic 5. Gone with the Wind 6. Dirty Dancing 7. Pretty Woman 8. The Notebook 9. Steel Magnolias 10. When Harry Met Sally 11. From Here to Eternity 12. Love, Actually 13. Ghost 14. The Princes Bride 15. The Color Purple Comic Strip 1. Peanuts 2. Calvin & Hobbes 3. Doonesbury 4. Family Circus 5. Garfield 6. Bloom County 7. The Far Side 8. Cathy 9. Blondie 10. Dilbert 11. Little Orphan Annie 12. Li'l Abner 13. Spiderman 14. Beetle Bailey 15. Love Is Country Performer 1. Johnny Cash 2. Dally Parton 3. Hank Williams 4. Patsy Cline 5. Willie Nelson 6. Hank Williams, Jr. 7. Garth Brooks 8. Blake Shelton 9. Loretta Lynn 10. Roy Clark 11. Kenny Rogers 12. George Jones 13. Reba McEntire 14. Faith Hill 15. Merle Haggard Criminal 1. Charles Manson 2. Al Capone 3. John Dillinger 4. Ted Bundy 5. Whitey Bulger 6. John Gotti 7. Timothy McVeigh 8. Bonnie & Clyde 9. Osama Bin Laden 10. The Unabomber 11. Lee Harvey Oswald 12. Son of Sam 13. Patty Hearst 14. Bernie Madoff 15. Martha Stewart Dance 1. Breakdance 2. The Twist 3. Hokey Pokey 4. The Moonwalk 5. Tap 6. The Electric Slide 7. YMCA 8. The Charleston 9. The Hustle/Disco 10. Swing Dance 11. The Macarena 12. Chicken Dance 13. Time Warp 14. The Locomotion 15. The Rockettes' Leg Kick Disney Movie 1. Fantasia 2. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 3. Alice In Wonderland 4. Beauty and the Beast 5. The Lion King 6. Pinocchio 7. Bambi 8. Mary Poppins 9. Cinderella 10. Finding Nemo 11. The Incredibles 12. 101 Dalmations 13. Donald in Mathmagic Land 14. Song of the South 15. Pirates of the Carribean- Curse of the Black Pearl Disney Song 1. When You Wish Upon A Star 2. Zip A Dee Doo Dah 3. Mickey Mouse March 4. Can You Feel the Love Tonight 5. Heigh Ho 6. Circle of Life 7. A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes 8. It's A Small World 9. A Whole New World 10. Hakuna Matata 11. Chim Chim Cheree 12. Beauty and the Beast 13. The Bare Necessities 14. The Ballad of Davey Crockett 15. Under the Sea Fictional Criminal 1. Don Vito Corleone 2. Tony Montana 3. Hannibal Lecter 4. Tony Soprano 5. The Grinch 6. Keyser Soze 7. Dexter 8. Michael Corleone 9. Dr. Evil 10. Robin Hood 11. Gordon Gekko 12. Carmen Sandiego 13. Mr. Burns 14. Jabba the Hut 15. Lex Luthor Fictional Hero 1. Tarzan 2. Indiana Jones 3. Captain Malcolm Reynolds 4. The Lone Ranger 5. James Bond 6. Buck Rodgers 7. Atticus Finch 8. Sam Spade 9. Dirty Harry 10. Captain Kirk 11. Ellen Ripley 12. Hopalong Cassidy 13. Zorro 14. Shrek 15. Jack Bauer Funny Person 1. Richard Pryor 2. Bob Hope 3. Groucho Marx 4. Charlie Chaplin 5. George Carlin 6. Will Rogers 7. Ellen Degeneres 8. Woody Allen 9. Bill Cosby 10. Chris Rock 11. Robin Williams 12. Lucille Ball 13. Johnny Carson 14. Will Ferrell 15. Bill Murray Guns 1. Colt Single Action Army (Colt 45) 2. Red Ryder BB Gun 3. Winchester Repeating Rifle 4. Thompson Submachine Gun 5. Walther PPK 6. .44 Magnum 7. M14 8. M16 9. M1 10. Nicholas Cap Gun 11. Springfield Model 1861 12. Remington 870 13. Model 1911 14. AK-47 15. Uzi Submachine Gun Jazz Performer 1. Louis Armstrong 2. Benny Goodman 3. Miles Davis 4. Wynton Marsalis 5. Duke Ellington 6. Charlie Parker 7. Ella Fitzgerald 8. Billie Holiday 9. Billy Strayhorn 10. Thelonius Monk 11. Dizzie Gillespie 12. Glenn Miller 13. Herbie Hancock 14. Nat King Cole 15. Frank Sinatra Jingle 1. I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony) 2. You Deserve A Break Today 3. Oscar Meyer 4. Let's All Go to the Lobby 5. Gimme a Break 6. Dinah Shore's Chevrolet jingle 7. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there 8. I'd Love to be an Oscar Meyer Weiner 9. I'm A Toys R Us Kid 10. twoallbeefpatties 11. I'm a Pepper 12. Stuck on Band Aid 13. BB, HP, AD & C 14. Meow Mix 15. Chili's Baby Back Ribs Magazine 1. Playboy 2. Life 3. People 4. National Geographic 5. Sports Illustrated 6. Mad 7. Parade 8. Rolling Stone 9. Cosmopolitan 10. Vogue 11. Time 12. TV Guide 13. Billboard 14. Saturday Evening Post 15. GQ Memorable Oscar Moment 1. Sacheen Littlefeather 2. Streaker 3. Sally Field's Speech 4. Jack Palance Pushups 5. Sidney Poitier wins Best Actor 6. Roberto Benigni wins Best Actor 7. Martin Scorsese wins Best Director 8. Adrian Brody kissing Halle Berry 9. Ali vs. Rocky 10. South Park Creators in Drag 11. The wrong Frank accepts award 12. Charlie Chaplin wins honorary Oscar 13. Rob Lowe dances with Snow White 14. Angelina Jolie kisses brother 15. Cuba Gooding Jr. accepts award Memorable Superbowl Moment 1. Janet Jackson's Wardrobe Malfunction 2. Whitney's National Anthem 3. David Tyree Catch 4. Joe Namath 5. Gatorade Shower 6. "The Tackle" (Rams vs. Titans) 7. Garo Yepremian/Redskins TD 8. Scott Norwood "Wide Right" 9. Phil Simms: "I'm Going to Disneyland" 10. Refrigerator Perry Touchdown 11. Lynn Swann catch 12. John Riggins run 13. Doug Williams wins Superbowl, MVP 14. Marcus Allen's TD run 15. John Elway's Helicopter Dive Movie Song 1. Over the Rainbow 2. Mrs. Robinson 3. My Heart Will Go On 4. As Time Goes By 5. Eye of the Tiger 6. Dueling Banjos 7. Born to be Wild 8. Ghostbusters 9. Footloose 10. You're the Best 11. Don't You Forget About Me 12. Singin' In the Rain 13. Purple Rain 14. The Sound of Music 15. White Christmas Movie Theme 1. Theme from Star Wars 2. Imperial March (The Empire Strikes Back) 3. Jaws 4. Indiana Jones 5. The Magnificent Seven 6. The Pink Panther 7. Theme from Rocky 8. E.T. 9. Back to the Future 10. Godfather Love Theme 11. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 12. James Bond theme 13. Lara's Theme (Doctor Zhivago) 14. Theme from A Summer Place 15. Tara's Theme Movie Ending 1. The Usual Suspects 2. Psycho 3. Chinatown 4. Casablanca 5. Citizen Kane 6. Planet of the Apes 7. Dr. Strangelove 8. The Sixth Sense 9. The Wizard of Oz 10. The Bad News Bears 11. Field of Dreams 12. The Godfather Part II 13. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 14. Inception 15. The Godfather Musical Theater Song 1. Tomorrow 2. Oklahoma! 3. Memory 4. Ol' Man River 5. There's No Business Like Show Business 6. One 7. If I Were A Rich Man 8. Seasons of Love 9. I Feel Pretty 10. The Impossible Dream 11. Luck, Be A Lady 12. Easy to be Hard 13. Seventy Six Trombones 14. America 15. Sunrise, Sunset Old West Personality 1. Billy the Kid 2. Doc Holliday 3. Sitting Bull 4. Wild Bill Hickok 5. Jesse James 6. Wyatt Earp 7. Buffalo Bill Cody 8. Annie Oakley 9. Butch Cassidy 10. Geronimo 11. Bat Masterson 12. John Wesley Hardin 13. George Armstrong Custer 14. Calamity Jane 15. Robert Ford Radio Personality 1. Howard Stern 2. Rush Limbaugh 3. Paul Harvey 4. Casey Kasem 5. Wolfman Jack 6. Orson Welles 7. Garrison Keillor 8. Alan Freed 9. Jack Benny 10. Vin Scully 11. Edward R. Murrow 12. Don Imus 13. Harry Caray 14. Walter Winchell 15. Alice Cooper Reality Show 1. Survivor 2. American Idol 3. Big Brother 4. Jersey Shore 5. Dancing With The Stars 6. Deadliest Catch 7. Cops 8. Candid Camera 9. Celebrity Apprentice 10. Star Search 11. The Real World 12. That's Incredible! 13. Punk'd 14. The Bachelor 15. The Biggest Loser Regional Food 1. Chili Con Carne- Texas Style 2. Philly Cheese Steak 3. Grits 4. Buffalo Wings 5. Chicago Deep Dish Pizza 6. Gumbo 7. NYC Pizza 8. Southern Fried Chicken 9. Po Boy 10. New England Clam Chowder 11. Key Lime Pie 12. Maryland Crab Cakes 13. California roll 14. Sourdough Bread 15. Scrapple Retailer 1. Sears, Roebuck 2. Macy's 3. Woolworth's 4. Target 5. Walmart 6. Amazon 7. Home Depot 8. 7-Eleven 9. Tiffany's 10. Toys R Us 11. Piggly Wiggly 12. Neiman Marcus 13. Costco 14. Bl;ockbuster Video 15. Whole Foods Teenage Movie 1. Ferris Buller's Day Off 2. Dazed and Confused 3. Fast Times at Ridgemont High 4. The Breakfast Club 5. American Graffiti 6. Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure 7. Porky's 8. Rebel Without A Cause 9. Grease 10. Animal House 11. Risky Business 12. Heathers 13. Stand By Me 14 Back to the Future 15. Pump Up the Volume Technological Gadget 1. Cell phones 2. Remote Control 3. Sony Walkman 4. iPod 5. Zippo Lighter 6. GPS 7. Transistor Radio 8. Game Boyhttp://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=635807&st=0#entry14175408 9. Beeper 10. Wristwatch 11. Walkie Talkie 12. iPad 13. hand held camera 14. Polaroid land camera 15. Mouse TV Cartoon 1. The Simpsons 2. The Smurfs 3. South Park 4. Scooby Doo, Where are You? 5. Spongebob Squarepants 6. Beavis and Butthead 7. The Flintstones 8. Rocky and Bullwinkle 9. Schoolhouse Rock 10. The Jetsons 11. GI Joe 12. Batman: The Animated Series 13. Ren and Stimpy 14. The Pink Panther 15. He Man and the Masters of the Universe TV Commercial 1. Mean Joe Greene commercial 2. Where's the Beef? 3. Apple Macintosh Commercial 4. "I've fallen and I can't get up!" 5. Life Cereal commercial "Mikey" 6. Be Like Mike 7. Less Filling, Tastes Great 8. Brooke Shields Calvin Klein ads 9. Keep America Beautiful 10. California Raisins 11. Grey Poupon 12. Just Do It 13. Progressive 14. Oxi-Clean with Billy Mays 15. Your Brain TV Parent 1. Cliff Huxtable 2. Carol Brady 3. Al Bundy 4. Archie Bunker 5. Marge Simpson 6. Danny Tanner 7. Andy Taylor 8. Roseanne Connor 9. Charles Ingalls 10. Tony Micelli 11. Ward Cleaver 12. Ozzie Nelson 13. Ann Romano 14. Howard Cunningham 15. Tim Taylor TV Show theme 1. Cheers 2. Gilligan's Isle 3. Beverly Hillbillies 4. Welcome Back 5. Hawaii Five O 6. Sesame Street 7. The Muppet Show 8. Mission Impossible 9. Greatest American Hero 10. The Addams Family 11. Are You Ready for Some Football? 12. Meet the Flintstones 13. The Dukes of Hazzard 14. Movin on Up 15. Peter Gunn Unexplained Mystery 1. Amelia Earhart 2. Jimmy Hoffa 3. Lizzie Borden 4. Who shot JFK 5. DB Cooper 6. Who shot Tupac 7. Jon Benet Ramsey 8. Flight 19 9. The Black Dahlia 10. Who Killed Natalee Holloway? 11. Natalie Wood drowns 12. The Zodiac Killer 13. Spontaneous Human Combustion 14. Michael Jackson's skin color 15. TWA Flight 800 Urban Legend 1. Robert Johnson's trip to the Crossroads 2. Big Foot 3. Elvis lives 4. Moon landing faked 5. Involuntary Kidney Removal 6. Bloody Mary 7. Pop Rocks 8. Poisoned Halloween Candy 9. Baby alligator in sewer 10. The Mothman 11. Don't flash the car with lights off 12. The Ghost Hitchhiker 13. Corrupt Backwards Messages on Records 14. Richard Gere and the gerbil 15. Federal government planned 9/11 Website 1. Facebook 2. Google 3. Youtube 4. ebay 5. Wikipedia 6. Twitter 7. Yahoo! 8. Match.Com 9. Napster 10. CNN 11. Windows, Live 12. IMDB 13. ESPN.com 14. The Huffington Post 15.Craig's List

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 09:05 AM

Before we start, just want to thank Tim for running these drafts. Always a good time. :thumbup:

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 09:05 AM

Before we start, just want to thank Tim for running these drafts. Always a good time. :thumbup:

You're welcome. But I'm just the facilitator. A lot of other people do most of the grunt work.
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 09:14 AM

Before we start, just want to thank Tim for running these drafts. Always a good time. :thumbup:

You're welcome. But I'm just the facilitator. A lot of other people do most of the grunt work.

True. Thanks to the judges too. I'll get around to be a judge one day, but it IS a lot of work.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 09:17 AM

Timfantm

Will be happy to judge a few, but since I'm drafting, I'll wait until non-drafters volunteer.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 09:24 AM

Since we have no judges yet, let me go over MY rules regarding the categories:

First of all, in general, this is a popular culture draft. Meaning that the question of impact on American culture should take precedence over excellence in most categories. There are a couple of examples where this does not really matter- for instance, movie theme. I doubt any movie theme selected will have too much impact on culture; therefore, it should simply be drafted based on which is the best. Now, here are some notes:


Album cover- Need not have originated in America.

Animal celebrity- Could be film or TV star, athlete, famous pet, or mascot.

Animated character- from film or television

Best Picture- must have won the Academy Award for best picture.

Bluesman- Any blues performer will do- not a band, must be a single person (though not necessarily a solo performer.)

Breakfast Cereal- with only a very few exceptions, looking for brand names here

Candy- This one needn't be a brand name selection, so long as it's had an impact on our culture

Candy bar- brand names only

Celebrity scandal- wide open so long as at least one famous person is involved

Celebrities who died young- I'm setting the cutoff at 35

Chick flick- romantic comedy

Comic Strip- there's over 100 years of material here

Country Musician- could be a singer or performer

Criminal- anyone suspected or convicted of a crime or multiple crimes

Dance- any series of dance moves that goes by a name, and has an impact on culture

Disney Movie- animated, live action, or both

Disney Song- must originate in a Disney movie or TV show

Fictional Criminal- from movies, TV, or literature

Fictional Hero- from movies, TV, or literature

Funny Person- stand up, movies, TV, radio, etc.

Guns- hand held pistol, rifle, shotgun, etc. Need not have originated in US.

Jazz Musician- see blues and country

Jingle- from TV or radio advertisment

Magazine- must be American

Memorable Oscar Moment- wide open- could be acceptance speech or incident

Memorable Superbowl Moment- could be play, haltime, afterwards, so long as it occurred during the broadcast

Movie Song- As per AFI, song must originate from the movie

Movie Theme- main theme only- must originate from the movie

Movie Ending- last 5 or 10 minutes

Musical Theater Song- any Broadway showtune

Old West Personality- from the 19th century

Radio Personality
Reality Show
Regional Food
Retailer
Teenage Movie
Technological Gadget- hand held
TV Cartoon
TV Commercial
TV Parent
TV Show theme
Unexplained Mystery
Urban Legend
Website- not a search engine
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 09:58 AM

I'll judge Regional Food, per my prior offer. If you'll have me, I'll post some criteria by tonight.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 10:54 AM

I'll judge Regional Food, per my prior offer. If you'll have me, I'll post some criteria by tonight.

Of. course
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 11:53 AM

I'm a good judge. I can provide references.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 11:56 AM

Since we have no judges yet, let me go over MY rules regarding the categories:

First of all, in general, this is a popular culture draft. Meaning that the question of impact on American culture should take precedence over excellence in most categories. There are a couple of examples where this does not really matter- for instance, movie theme. I doubt any movie theme selected will have too much impact on culture; therefore, it should simply be drafted based on which is the best. Now, here are some notes:


Album cover- Need not have originated in America.

Animal celebrity- Could be film or TV star, athlete, famous pet, or mascot.

Animated character- from film or television

Best Picture- must have won the Academy Award for best picture.

Bluesman- Any blues performer will do- not a band, must be a single person (though not necessarily a solo performer.)

Breakfast Cereal- with only a very few exceptions, looking for brand names here

Candy- This one needn't be a brand name selection, so long as it's had an impact on our culture

Candy bar- brand names only

Celebrity scandal- wide open so long as at least one famous person is involved

Celebrities who died young- I'm setting the cutoff at 35

Chick flick- romantic comedy

Comic Strip- there's over 100 years of material here

Country Musician- could be a singer or performer

Criminal- anyone suspected or convicted of a crime or multiple crimes

Dance- any series of dance moves that goes by a name, and has an impact on culture

Disney Movie- animated, live action, or both

Disney Song- must originate in a Disney movie or TV show

Fictional Criminal- from movies, TV, or literature

Fictional Hero- from movies, TV, or literature

Funny Person- stand up, movies, TV, radio, etc.

Guns- hand held pistol, rifle, shotgun, etc. Need not have originated in US.

Jazz Musician- see blues and country

Jingle- from TV or radio advertisment

Magazine- must be American

Memorable Oscar Moment- wide open- could be acceptance speech or incident

Memorable Superbowl Moment- could be play, haltime, afterwards, so long as it occurred during the broadcast

Movie Song- As per AFI, song must originate from the movie

Movie Theme- main theme only- must originate from the movie

Movie Ending- last 5 or 10 minutes

Musical Theater Song- any Broadway showtune

Old West Personality- from the 19th century

Radio Personality
Reality Show
Regional Food
Retailer
Teenage Movie
Technological Gadget- hand held
TV Cartoon
TV Commercial
TV Parent
TV Show theme
Unexplained Mystery
Urban Legend
Website- not a search engine



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Posted 09 March 2012 - 11:57 AM

i was just wondering if u could clarify the movie theme further do u mean movie theme song? also tish's boyfriends name is mr. belvedere. thanks!

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 12:15 PM

i was just wondering if u could clarify the movie theme further do u mean movie theme song? also tish's boyfriends name is mr. belvedere. thanks!

No it's not a song. It's the theme. I can't explain further without spotlighting, but... let's just say John Williams should be a frequent participant in this category. Does that help?
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 12:54 PM

yes thank you! sorry

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 01:42 PM

Jebus, I'm addicted. I'll be in. :D

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 01:46 PM

Jebus, I'm addicted. I'll be in. :D

You're #15. But ONLY if you finish the other judging first. I'm highly impatient at this point.
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 01:48 PM

I'd like to judge Animated Character and Best Picture please.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 02:29 PM

Animated Character

I'm hoping people will sell me on why their selection is worthy of high marks in this draft. With so many possible choices, this category can be viewed from a lot of angles and a good argument can/will really make a difference. I don't want to list certain things I'm looking for and have everyone fall in line to meet those guidelines, I want drafters to make their selections and sway me with opinions. Bonus points will be awarded if you select my personal favourite.


Best Picture

the only difference is the pool of choices is smaller...and don't pick the crappy movie no matter how pop culture-y you think it is.


Feel free to ask me any questions here or in PM as I'm sure I'll be making comments throughout.

Blues performer- Chaos Commish

I'll follow the same basic criteria as the Jazz category. Scroll down to read but consider the following first.

Blues is sort of the father of American musical forms, so I will probably weigh influence a little heavier than pop appeal. The influence of the blues on jazz, rock, pop, and r&b is perhaps a more substantial part of the cultural story than the genre alone, so that aspect deserves consideration.

Candy- Mrs. Rannous

I'm looking for pop culture, tooth-decaying goodness here. It doesn't have to taste good. It just has to be instantly recognizable. It does need to be a name brand. I don't want generic choices like "chewing gum" or "taffy". If it is associated with popular things other than dental care (you do love your dentist, right?), so much the better. I can think of at least three top picks, and I haven't tried all that hard.

And remember, no candy bars. That's a different category.

Country Music Performer- Mr CIA

While I can be a snob, I will judge all selections through a pop culture lense. Nevertheless, schlock artisans who sell a lot of records will not do well; great country artists that are not well known will be judged even less favorably. I'm looking for people who are best known for performing songs that are deeply stitched into the fabric of the American experience. Where the rankings are very close, celebrity status will be used to create separation.

Longevity and body of work matter. One hit wonders probably won't score well. Those that had long careers but are known for only one song can rank no better than middle of the pack, if even.

Individuals vs Bands - I'm expecting individuals to be selected here. There's probably a band or two which won't merit last place.

Lastly, don't expect any surprises at the top of the rankings. The #1 pick should be VERY obvious, and I have a pretty rough idea of who will be in the 2-10 range (the final order is still quite a mystery to me). Trying to separate a lot of these will prove to be difficult.


Disney Song- timschochet

The Disney songs can be any associated with Disney movies, television, musicals, amusement parks, etc. But in this case, the songs MUST originate with Disney. Songs by teen artists signed to Disney labels are excluded; I don't want this category filled with Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez hits. Certain songs have had a large effect on our pop culture and those are the ones which will do the best.


The movies can be live action or animated, or both. I'm interested in cultural impact as well as excellence (though as always, impact comes first.) A critically acclaimed film which few people saw (relatively speaking) will not do as well as a huge hit- be forewarned.

Guns- Chaos Commish

I'm looking for models here. Many identical models are made by different manufacturers, so the model is key. I collect a "model" of handgun and have it by Colt, Kimber, Springfield Armory, and a couple more manufacturers. Choosing make and model can be advantageous or not. In quick perusing I saw one sure top tenner that should have both make and model in the draft pick. Including the make should be a no brainer in cases where beneficial. There are exceptions to needing the model in other cases you may find. Generally the make was the whole story. This will make sense after you look into a few key firearms.

Pop culture and guns is delineated between reality and fiction. Your pick will be considered in both realms. Some may be so strong in one realm, the other hardly matters, but I suspect having reality based cultural significance and fiction based may be the best choices.

I love being Amerkin and bearing arms but I have no idea yet how the top picks will sort in review. Good luck. PM me if you're confused. It's possibly that kind of category for summa yous city folk and pacifist libs.

eta: I can see how someone might draft the round instead of the gun. So don't give me calibers and draft .22 (safest example).

Jazz performer- Chaos Commish

1. Since this is a pop culture draft your selection's popularity during his/her peak and fame going forward will be important. Influence on popular culture will be judged greater than influence on jazz itself, understanding that in its heyday, jazz was a huge part of pop culture itself. Crossover appeal is also key to pop culture music icons.

There has to be some balance here where jazz contributions override certain pop appeal and that's where I'm going to nitpick.

2. Talent, reputation, strength of discography, sales numbers and influence on other musicians (jazz or not) will score fairly equal points in the nitpicking process. Longevity will be considered in that it has less to do with lifespan than how the legend lives on.

Some massive pop culture superstars had minor jazz dalliances. Elvis Presley's Almost in Love is one of my favorite obscure jazz vocals, but Elvis is NOT a jazz vocalist/musician for our purposes.

Happy to answer questions or field ideas if this doesn't seem right to any of you. I would judge a jazz draft a little differently, that's the takeaway to consider.

Jingle- Mrs. Rannous

That advertising song that gives you an earworm that just won't quit. Don't be afraid to pick the older stuff. I'm pretty familiar with jingles going back to the Fifties. Mr R thought he had the top pick until I told him what I thought might win here. If no one steps up, I'll likely take it in Round Six, so be warned. This category is wide open, so don't be shy.

Most Memorable Oscar Moment

This doesn't have to be an award, although it can be.
It can be a speech
It can be a dress/outfit
It can be a hosts monologue
It can be a streaker.
It can be a red carpet interview.
It can be a something really bad, really funny or really sad.

In otherwords, ANYTHING that has happened during an Oscar ceremony that has captured the publics imagination or interest.

This will be judged purely on my opinion of what is memorable.

There may be lists on the internet. DO NOT USE these as a guide to how I will think.
What is the first thing or few things that come to your mind regarding what has happened at an Oscars. Chances are that is a memorable moment.

Any questions?

Movie Song- timschochet

Earlier I wrote that the song had to originate with the movie. But as I looked over several lists of movie songs (primarily AFI) I see that this is too broad a restriction. There are several examples of songs that were written before the movie, sometimes for a broadway show, sometimes for an earlier film, etc. (Before anyone gets nervous or excited, I don't necessarily agree with the AFI rankings so don't rely on them- I also think they missed out on several songs I might put in my own top ten. So be warned.)

In any case, the song need NOT originate with the film. But if you want it to score well, the film needs to be the main source of the song's popularity. If I believe that another source outside of the film is really the primary source of the popularity, you will be penalized in the rankings. Here's a way to think about it: if I name a song and ask you what you associate it with, the answer had better be the movie.
For this purpose, when you make your selection in this category, you need to state both the song AND the movie. For example: I select the song, "John Smith" from the film, "John Smith, Jr."

Now let me, without spotlighting, give an example of a song that might score well, and a song that would score poorly. Let's say there's a well known musical film that is based on a Broadway show. So you select a song from that film. The key is this: when I think of that song, do I think first of the Broadway show, or do I think first of the movie? If I think first of the movie then it will score well. If I think first of the Broadway show, it won't score well. Even if the song originated with a film, I need to connect the song in my mind with that film or it won't score well. There are examples (rare) of songs that were written for an absolutely forgettable film, and then years later that song became a hit in a different venue. These will NOT do well.

Other than this, I will first measure popular culture impact as this is a pop culture draft. How good a song is will be an important factor but only after popular cultural aspects are considered.

Last: obviously the same song cannot be drafted in any of the "song" categories: movie, Disney, Broadway. There are a few that are actually eligible for all 3 categories. But you only get 1. Once it's taken it's gone.

Musical Theater Song- timschochet

Similar to the rules for movie songs, the song selected needn't originate in the musical theater, but I had better THINK about the musical theater when I consider the song. For example, if you select the song "Dancing Queen" from the hit Broadway Show "Mamma Mia!", you're going to get screwed in rankings, because when I think of that song, I don't think about Broadway. Besides, this is a rich enough category that it shouldn't be necessary for anyone to do that.

Cultural impact of showtunes is much harder to quantify than movie songs, so unless there is a very clear argument for a certain pick, mostly it's going to be judged on (a) how popular it was and (b) how good it is. Obviously my personal tastes will play some factor here, but I will consider the critics.

Many musical theater songs did not originate on Broadway; some very famous ones first appeared in London. It's perfectly fine to select these, so long as they're well known to the American public. (This general rule should be true with regard to most categories. This is not an American-exclusive draft in terms of origination, but it is an American draft in terms of audience.)

Regional Food- krista4

There are a few ways to go about this. Picks could be something that was originated and remains generally available and/or popular only in one region (and I will count a region, a state, or even a locality as a region); I have certain Southern foods in mind here. Or a pick could be something, such as chili, that is national but has variations in different regions that make it a "regional" food--in the case of these picks, you must specify which region's food you are taking.

-Picks that were once regional but are now popular on a national scale will get a plus. This is the "it would be helpful if I've heard of it" factor. Really, OH and I debated this last night, as he thinks some concoction from his hillbilly roots would be a great pick, but since I've never even heard of it, the fact that it's wildly popular in the area he grew up in doesn't count for much.

-Deliciousness is a factor, but not an overriding one.

-Uniqueness is bigger element. Something that is merely a derivation of another popular food is not going to score as well, as a general rule, as something that was created whole cloth.

-Capturing the character of the region is a factor that is hard to describe but will also be weighed in.


I think that's all I have. Happy to take any questions here or via PM.

TV Show theme- timschochet

Cultural impact is pretty nil here, so I'm going to judge this on fame and quality. In terms of fame, just ask yourself this: if you were to think of the TV show in question, does the tune immediately pop in your head, without any effort? Do you know it by heart:? If so, it's going to do well. If you're struggling to think of it, or if it's a show with a magnificent tune that nobody knows because nobody watched the show, it's not going to do well.
After fame comes quality. If there's 5 songs all equally famous, the cheesy ones will score below the ones that are actually pretty good.

Edited by Chaos Commish, 13 March 2012 - 05:26 AM.


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Posted 09 March 2012 - 02:34 PM

If the first five want to pick, ya know since they're already ordered, that seems genius and any arguments would be the complete opposite.

Oh boy, I predict having your pick and mine right next to each other is going to lead to a lot of direct sniping. :popcorn:

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 03:31 PM


If the first five want to pick, ya know since they're already ordered, that seems genius and any arguments would be the complete opposite.

Oh boy, I predict having your pick and mine right next to each other is going to lead to a lot of direct sniping. :popcorn:

in this particular case, I will prefer the rounds where I'm on top. (sorry) :unsure:

While I've played peanut gallery in a bunch of these drafts, this will only be my third as a participant. I'm not one for strategy, but I put a little more thought into this than before, which amounts to some.

My problem isn't wanting my first pick because I'm excited, my problem is Monday. I'll be on a navy base where there are no cel phones (actually the camera is the problem) allowed.

I guess I can find someone not in the draft to take my top 6 picks, but starting over the weekend seems harmless enough. (Yes, I expect Tim to wield his mighty keyboard and nix the idea). :lol:

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 03:40 PM

People are always free to pick early
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 03:43 PM

People are always free to pick early

Great. I'll make my pick shortly. :banned: :lol:

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 04:11 PM

People are always free to pick early

Great. I'll make my pick shortly. :banned: :lol:

Cool, that way if I like it I csn swipe it
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 04:17 PM

I can handle criminals if you're in need of a judge.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 05:32 PM

I would like to judge candy (not candy bars) and ad jingle.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 06:17 PM

actually, now that I think about it, I'd like to judge cereal. I am an expert on the subject.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 06:27 PM

I've never had the 1.01. After I review and digest the categories, I'll make my selection. I'd prefer to first have some insight into what the judges are looking for, but I don't think I will see much before Monday. Surely there's a no-brainer or two to be had. I volunteer to judge the country musicians. I'll post guidelines sometime this weekend.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 06:41 PM

It would be helpful to have a place to put all the judging criteria. That worked well last time.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 08:18 PM

1.01 - Best Picture - Rocky (1976)

In terms of pop culture, this movie has it all.


    [*]Redemption, underdog makes good, rags to riches, guy gets girl - need I continue.
    [*]Indelibly stamped images - Run up the stairs at the museum, eating raw eggs,pounding sides of beef.
    [*]Launched the career of one of Hollywood's biggest stars of all-time - a beautiful example of life imitating art.
    [*]Set the stage for sequels that grossed nearly a billion dollars.
    [*]Gonna Fly Now.
    [*]Quotable - Adrian!
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Posted 09 March 2012 - 10:07 PM

And good lord, did it suck. Other that Burgess Meredith, that is some seriously bad writing and acting.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 10:11 PM

Now now now. Rocky is a perfectly legitimate pick. Not bad at all, in my opinion. Certainly on my short list for the category...have you looked at the Best Picture winners over the last 30 years? :X OHFORGODSSAKEINEEDTOFIGUREOUTMYPICKSOONOHMYGOD.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 10:14 PM

OH and I have decided to have two teams, one devoted to "winning" picks and one devoted to stuff that is truly great but probably not so well known (just WAIT 'til you see the movie ending pick). So tim, please sign OH up for a slot, but you'll be forbidden to make fun of his poor draft strategy, as little we take will be purely tops in a draft (though nothing will be from Sweden).

Edited by krista4, 09 March 2012 - 10:16 PM.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 02:24 AM

1.2 chili -regional food Sorry about the delay
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:01 AM

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:06 AM

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Hoping you'll do some judging. Album cover should be right up your alley. Interested?
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:09 AM

1.3 Louis Armstrong- Jazz Musician

Should be one of the easy 20s on the board. Then again, I thought the same thing about Christopher Columbus. We may end up with a judge of this category who discounts Pops' impact, though I'm not sure how that can be possible.
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:31 AM

1.3 Louis Armstrong- Jazz Musician

Should be one of the easy 20s on the board. Then again, I thought the same thing about Christopher Columbus. We may end up with a judge of this category who discounts Pops' impact, though I'm not sure how that can be possible.

I spent a lot of time poring over the categories last night, and I came to the conclusion there are no sure 20s in this draft, save the category I volunteered to judge, Country Musician.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:32 AM

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Hoping you'll do some judging. Album cover should be right up your alley. Interested?

Judging 20% of the Europe one is enough now. Remember I'm going to run the Billboard #1 Album draft soon. If you join in that (Piece of piss really, pick one from the list that will be in the OP when you're up and you're done), then I'll do a couple here once everyone picks their favorites.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:34 AM


1.3 Louis Armstrong- Jazz Musician

Should be one of the easy 20s on the board. Then again, I thought the same thing about Christopher Columbus. We may end up with a judge of this category who discounts Pops' impact, though I'm not sure how that can be possible.

I spent a lot of time poring over the categories last night, and I came to the conclusion there are no sure 20s in this draft, save the category I volunteered to judge, Country Musician.

Categories, Mr every pick I make is the best ever and any rationality goes out the window once I pick it.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:42 AM


1.3 Louis Armstrong- Jazz Musician

Should be one of the easy 20s on the board. Then again, I thought the same thing about Christopher Columbus. We may end up with a judge of this category who discounts Pops' impact, though I'm not sure how that can be possible.

I spent a lot of time poring over the categories last night, and I came to the conclusion there are no sure 20s in this draft, save the category I volunteered to judge, Country Musician.

Oh I disagree. There's about 4 or 5 categories in which one pick pretty clearly should be tops. I think chili is one, and Pops is another. Your pick of Rocky is terrific, but in that category there are several films that could vie for the top selection IMO.
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:44 AM

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Hoping you'll do some judging. Album cover should be right up your alley. Interested?

Judging 20% of the Europe one is enough now. Remember I'm going to run the Billboard #1 Album draft soon. If you join in that (Piece of piss really, pick one from the list that will be in the OP when you're up and you're done), then I'll do a couple here once everyone picks their favorites.

Oh, I'll be in that draft. Sounds like fun. I like most music drafts; the only ones I generally avoid involve stuff from the last couple of decades- I just don't honestly know enough of it.
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:46 AM

I'm happy to judge any categories that I don't have a top 5-7 pick in, because if I judge those, then I'll likely give myself 20 or more every time. :boxing:

I think there's a few categories with obvious 20 pters, but I don't think jazz or country musicians are among them. Like judging classical in the eurodraft, jazz and country in a pop culture draft; the value of the pick is skewed by things euro and pop culture as opposed to straight classical, country or jazz drafting. :2cents:

The argument for Satchmo is more convincing to me than the argument for any top country musician... I think. I'm not sure who will go #1 there yet, but I know who I think should be tops. No way we all agree on that one.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:49 AM



1.3 Louis Armstrong- Jazz Musician

Should be one of the easy 20s on the board. Then again, I thought the same thing about Christopher Columbus. We may end up with a judge of this category who discounts Pops' impact, though I'm not sure how that can be possible.

I spent a lot of time poring over the categories last night, and I came to the conclusion there are no sure 20s in this draft, save the category I volunteered to judge, Country Musician.

Oh I disagree. There's about 4 or 5 categories in which one pick pretty clearly should be tops. I think chili is one, and Pops is another. Your pick of Rocky is terrific, but in that category there are several films that could vie for the top selection IMO.

I'm interested in Krista's criteria for regional foods, because chili is multi-regional. I'll leave it at that without spotlighting to better explain, but she could weigh the multi-region-ality of chili as positive or negative depending on her position there.

Edited by Chaos Commish, 10 March 2012 - 08:51 AM.


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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:49 AM

Better get my regional food judging thoughts up here since someone has already picked in the category. rikishi, given the way you posted your pick (i.e., without a regional variation specified), I suspect you and I might have a different view of what the category entails. With respect to your pick, you need to specify which region's chili you are talking about since there are some pretty significant variations between _______ chili and _______ chili. Which one are you choosing?
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Judging for regional food:

-There are a few ways to go about this. Picks could be something that was originated and remains generally available and/or popular only in one region (and I will count a region, a state, or even a locality as a region); I have certain Southern foods in mind here. Or a pick could be something, such as chili, that is national but has variations in different regions that make it a "regional" food--in the case of these picks, you must specify which region's food you are taking.

-Picks that were once regional but are now popular on a national scale will get a plus. This is the "it would be helpful if I've heard of it" factor. Really, OH and I debated this last night, as he thinks some concoction from his hillbilly roots would be a great pick, but since I've never even heard of it, the fact that it's wildly popular in the area he grew up in doesn't count for much.

-Deliciousness is a factor, but not an overriding one.

-Uniqueness is bigger element. Something that is merely a derivation of another popular food is not going to score as well, as a general rule, as something that was created whole cloth.

-Capturing the character of the region is a factor that is hard to describe but will also be weighed in.


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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:50 AM

I'm happy to judge any categories that I don't have a top 5-7 pick in, because if I judge those, then I'll likely give myself 20 or more every time. :boxing:

I think there's a few categories with obvious 20 pters, but I don't think jazz or country musicians are among them. Like judging classical in the eurodraft, jazz and country in a pop culture draft; the value of the pick is skewed by things euro and pop culture as opposed to straight classical, country or jazz drafting. :2cents:

The argument for Satchmo is more convincing to me than the argument for any top country musician... I think. I'm not sure who will go #1 there yet, but I know who I think should be tops. No way we all agree on that one.


Based on your posts in the recent jazz thread, I'd like you to judge this category if you're willing. You seem to have a high degree of knowledge on this subject, and that's always the most desired element.
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:50 AM

Movie Theme is kinda awkward...seems like Movie Score has a little more precision. :2cents: Cannot draft as I don't have any bandwidth this month, but I might be interested in judging a category or two. 14 x 44 = 616, so that should take a 6 weeks or more. IME average in TimDrafts™ is around 16-18 picks per day, or 80-90 during the business week, and then another 10-15 on weekends. Sometimes goes a little faster but it's generally right around there. Anyway, good luck and have fun all! Wish I had time, these are very fun and informative. :thumbup:

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:52 AM




1.3 Louis Armstrong- Jazz Musician

Should be one of the easy 20s on the board. Then again, I thought the same thing about Christopher Columbus. We may end up with a judge of this category who discounts Pops' impact, though I'm not sure how that can be possible.

I spent a lot of time poring over the categories last night, and I came to the conclusion there are no sure 20s in this draft, save the category I volunteered to judge, Country Musician.

Oh I disagree. There's about 4 or 5 categories in which one pick pretty clearly should be tops. I think chili is one, and Pops is another. Your pick of Rocky is terrific, but in that category there are several films that could vie for the top selection IMO.

I'm interested in Krista's criteria for regional foods, because chili is multi-regional. I'll leave it at that without spotlighting to better explain, but she could weigh the multi-region-ality of chili as positive or negative depending on her position there.

We were typing at the same time. Something that is multi-regional is not what I was thinking of for this category--I interpreted the category to be purely regional--so while chili can be a good pick, it needs to be specified which chili we're talking about.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:54 AM

Looks like I was wrong about Chili. I didn't know Krista would request that it be specified. In retrospect, this makes a lot of sense. But it also means that it's not the clear top selection I thought it was. You were right, Mr. CIA!
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 08:57 AM

Movie Theme is kinda awkward...seems like Movie Score has a little more precision.

Except that I don't think taking the entire score is necessary. When I think of a movie theme, with extremely few exceptions, I think about the main tune. I don't remember too much of anything else. It's the main tune that I want judged in this.
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