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  1. 1. About Quizot Thousand of questions across multiple topics! Questions compiled from Quizot.com
  2. 2. Question 1 Comedian George Carlin first listed a highly controversial list in 1972 in his monologue. He was arrested for disturbing the peace when he first performed the routine at a show in Milwaukee. At the time, it was unsuitable for broadcast these on the public airwaves in the U.S, whether radio or television. As such, they were avoided in scripted material, and bleep-censored if ever used; broadcast standards differ in different parts of the world, then and now, although most of the words on Carlin's original list remain taboo . The list was not an official list, but rather was compiled by Carlin. Nonetheless, a radio broadcast featuring these words led to a Supreme Court decision that helped establish the extent to which the federal government could regulate speech on broadcast in the United States.The monologue is popularly known as "Seven words you can ____ ____ ____ ____". Fill in the blanks for the last three words of this monologue title.
  3. 3. Answer 1 "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television" is a monologue delivered by George Carlin in 1972 in which he listed the seven dirty words. Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television George Denis Patrick Carlin (May 12, 1937 – June 22, 2008) was an American comedian, writer, social critic, and actor who won five Grammy Awards for his comedy albums.
  4. 4. Question 2 French : "Le trône de fer" German : "Eisenthron" Spanish : "Juego de tronos" English: ?
  5. 5. Answer 2 Game of Thrones
  6. 6. Question 3 This is an episode of The Simpsons titled ―The two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons‖. What is being mocked.
  7. 7. Answer 3 Air India The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons" is the seventh episode of The Simpsons' ninth season, that originally aired on November 16, 1997. It was written by Richard Appel and directed by Steven Dean Moore.he episode sees Apu Nahasapeemapetilon marry Manjula, and incorporates several aspects of Hindu wedding ceremonies, which the writers researched during the episode's production. When Manjula came to USA she flew with Air India. Gunter and Ernst's tiger that was transported with Air India was sent to St. Louis instead of Springfield.
  8. 8. Question 4 Euglossa X is the scientific name of a species of bees in Brazil. The species has been named so by Brazilian biologist Andre Nemesio in honour of the nerdy and funny character Y of a popular American sitcom. Identify X.
  9. 9. Answer 4 Bazinga Euglossa bazinga is a euglossine bee species found in Brazil. It is named after the catchphrase of the fictional character Sheldon Cooper from the television show The Big Bang Theory. It was previously misidentified as Euglossa ignita, and is threatened with habitat loss.
  10. 10. Question 5 This British television show devised by Bill Wright drew inspiration from his experiences of being interrogated by the Gestapo during World War II. Which show?
  11. 11. Answer 5 Mastermind Devised by Bill Wright, the basic format of Mastermind has never changed — four and in later contests five contestants face two rounds, one on a specialized subject of the contestant's choice, the other a general knowledge round. Mastermind is a British quiz show, well known for its challenging questions, intimidating setting and air of seriousness.

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