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1. Comic book villains by this name include one called "Karshon," who is defeated by the Green
Lantern, and another named Gunther Hardwicke who teams up Fox and Vulture in a failed
attempt to blast Batman and Robin into space. Poker pro Humberto Brenes annoyingly plays
with two plastic figurines of them at the tables, and it is the name of a CBS legal drama that
centers on a defense attorney-turned-prosecutor played by James Woods. For 10 points, name
this lifeform, examples of which include one that terrorizes Amity Island in "Jaws."
ANSWER: great white sharks
Identify these elements of Greek and Middle Eastern cuisine, for 10 points each:
 The city of Gaziantep is famous for this Turkish and Greek dessert, usually containing
chopped nuts and honey.
 The nuts and honey are found inside of this type of flaky dough, also used in the making of
ANSWER: Phyllo dough
2. This Miami alum, who broke Bill Schroeder’s team record for shortest career time to twenty
home runs, once lived with his grandfather in Hank Greenberg’s old house. Recently given the
largest contract in club history, an eight-year, forty-five million dollar extension, he has changed
positions and will no longer share the infield with Rickie Weeks and Prince Fielder. For 10
points, name this new left fielder and former third baseman, nicknamed the “Hebrew Hammer,”
who in 2007 won the National League Rookie of the Year award playing for the Milwaukee
ANSWER: Ryan Braun
Kobe Bryant failed to score 10 or more points only once in the 2007-08 season. For 10 points
 This Eastern Conference team, with a backcourt led at the time by Jason Kidd and Vince
Carter, held Kobe to six points on February 5th.
ANSWER: New Jersey Nets [accept New Jersey]
 This Spanish center made his Lakers debut in that game, putting up a double-double on the
Nets after being traded from the Memphis Grizzlies.
ANSWER: Pau Gasol Saéz
3. At one point, it is switched in Austria with a similar item that belongs to Elsa. It is retrieved
from under a door just before a man learns his failure of not speaking Hovitos. It was acquired as
a gift from a man who had just used the sheriff to retrieve the Cross of Coronado. At the end of a
2008 movie, it blows off a rack during a wedding, and Mutt Williams attempts to put it on but is
rebuffed by its proper owner. For 10 points, identify this trademark headgear of the archaeologist
who saved Short Round and Willy from the Temple of Doom.
ANSWER: Indiana Jones’s hat [or Indiana Jones’s fedora; accept obvious equivalents]
Name some recent films that revolve around crazy bug monsters, for 10 points each.
 Small bug monsters whose bites cause people to explode rain down from the several-
hundred-feet-tall monster which attacks New York in this 2008 J.J. Abrams-produced movie.
 The titular phenomenon traps a bunch of people in a grocery store, where they are besieged
by killer bug-like things, in this 2007 film directed by Frank Darabont.
ANSWER: The Mist
4. One of its bonus tracks is a collaboration with John Mayer that samples the Chairmen of the
Board song "Bittersweet," while its artist wishes he could "stop time like a photograph" on the
track "Good Night." Jay-Z is the subject of an entire track, the emotional "Big Brother," and this
album released on the same day as 50 Cent’s Curtis has a track that samples a Daft Punk song
and references a time when "OJ had Isotoners." For 10 points, name this 2007 album featuring
the singles "Good Life" and "Stronger," the third full-length album by Kanye West.
Though Julie ends up broke and drunk, Magnolia becomes a star singing "Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat
Man." For 10 points each:
 Name this musical that originally featured Paul Robeson’s Joe singing "Ol’ Man River."
ANSWER: Show Boat
 This man worked with Jerome Kern to compose Show Boat’s music, before beginning
another longtime working partnership with Richard Rogers.
ANSWER: Oscar Hammerstein II
5. One major leaguer born in this country is Tommy Phelps. A player of this nationality was
traded to the Marlins for Derek Lee and to the Dodgers with other players for Paul Lo Duca and
others. Another signed a $65 million dollar contract with the Rangers after breaking into the bigs
with the Dodgers. One player of this nationality blew two saves while playing for the winning
team in the 2001 World Series, closing for the Arizona Diamondbacks. For 10 points, name this
home country of Hee-Sop Choi, Chan Ho Park, and Byung-Hyun Kim.
ANSWER: South Korea [or Republic of Korea or Korea Republic; prompt on Korea; do not
accept or prompt on North Korea or Democratic People's Republic of Korea]
A 10-foot incline known as Duffy’s Cliff once supported its most notable feature, a 37 foot wall
in left field. For 10 points each:
 Name this baseball stadium.
ANSWER: Fenway Park
 The right field foul pole at Fenway Park is named for this weak-hitting second baseman,
who apocryphally benefitted from its closeness to home plate.
ANSWER: Johnny Pesky
6. After this character created the alter ego “Sir Hotbod Handsomeface,” he began making out
with a piece of paper. In recent appearances, he has compared a nose to an “unscented
emergency candle” while using the alias “Dr. Rubdown” and theorized a cereal called “Sugar
Rittled Gunshots in a Crowded Mall.” The monarchy he rules, which has a population of “Tire,”
also contains the ghost of his Tandy 400, while other notable residents include his companion
The Cheat. For 10 points, identify this author of the “Teen Girl Squad” series and inventor of
Trogdor, the boxing-glove-handed e-mail-answering villain of the Homestar Runner universe.
ANSWER: Strong Bad
Name these quizbowl programs, for 10 points each.
 Including such question styles as "chain snappers" and "Who Am I?", this wide-ranging
show for the Canadian equivalents of high schools was televised from 1961 to 1985.
ANSWER: Reach for the Top
 Jeremy Paxman and Bamber Gascoigne are the two iconic hosts of this BBC program,
which has been won by three different colleges of Oxford in the last five years.
ANSWER: University Challenge
7. In 2006 they independently released the album Summer Girl. "Road Man", a track off of their
breakout 1999 album, is a reggae-style song about a roadie speeding down the highway in a van
loaded with a heavy sound system. Other deep album tracks from Astro Lounge include "I Just
Wanna See" and "Radio." They appear in the final scene of Rat Race as themselves, performing
at a Save the Children benfit. For 10 points, Steve Harwell and Greg Camp lead what California
band, best known for their breakthrough single "Walking on the Sun" and the hit "All Star?"
ANSWER: Smash Mouth
Name some rock songs often heard at sporting events, for 10 points each.
 Featuring a memorable synthesizer riff and lyrics about evacuating Earth for Venus, this
song by Europe can often be heard towards the end of Detroit Pistons games.
ANSWER: "The Final Countdown"
 Banned by the University of Maryland after students appended "you suck" to its one
intelligible lyric, this song lost popularity in sports after its creator, Gary Glitter, was arrested.
ANSWER: "Rock and Roll Part 2" [prompt on partial title or on "The ‘Hey’ Song"]
8. The Lean Learning Center sells a team-building “experience” based on this game, and the
2007 Maker Faire in San Mateo featured a lifesize version of it. Players lose their turn when they
land on a Dog Bone space, and its board features six spaces named the Loop. During this game,
players place the bowling ball on the thing-a-ma-jig, set the diver and the helping hand in
position, and put the marble in the bucket. This board game involves players collecting pieces of
cheese in order to turn a crank, which operates a contraption inspired by Rube Goldberg. For 10
points, name this board game whose players attempt to snare the title animals.
ANSWER: Mouse Trap
Name some clothing brands that have been in the news, for 10 points each.
 During an April Barack Obama speech, three men were spotted wearing this preppy brand’s
t-shirts directly behind the candidate, though this company denied planting them there.
ANSWER: Abercrombie & Fitch
 This popular urban company recently launched an MTV show subtitled "internship by
design," and its founder has publicly lamented the lack of African-American models in fashion.
ANSWER: Sean John
9. He goes on Maury under the name Napoleon Bonaparte and his onetime roommate Bradley is
caught with a men's underwear catalog after being made this character's accountabili-buddy. This
character's alter ego has a sidekick named General Disarray, and is dressed up like a dog after
taking a shuriken to the eye. He is the chosen one of Imagination Land and he recreates his
friends Kyle and Stan. For 10 points, identify this yellow-haired resident of South Park.
ANSWER: Leopold “Butters” Stotch
Like South Park, its theme song was recorded by Les Claypool from Primus. For 10 points each:
 Name this show, which features quick claymation pop-culture reference, and has included
segments like "Fidel Castro's Dance Dance Counter-revolution" and Optimus Prime recording a
prostate cancer PSA.
ANSWER: Robot Chicken
 This other Adult Swim show is made from an Aaron Magruder comic strip featuring Huey
and Riley Freeman.
ANSWER: The Boondocks
10. One of his first creations was the film Luau, but a film closer to his associated style is 1982's
Vincent. He made a film about the life of cross-dressing film maker of Glen or Glenda?, Ed
Wood. That film stared an actor who also star in this man's Sleepy Hollow and his rendition of
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The director of Mars Attacks! and Big Fish, for 10 points,
identify this creative force who often works with Johnny Depp, responsible for Edward
Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and 2007's version of Sweeney Todd.
ANSWER: Timothy Burton
Name some recent Katherine Heigl movies, for 10 points each.
 In this 2008 flick, Heigl plays Jane, who is a perpetual bridesmaid until she meets New York
City Journal reporter Kevin.
ANSWER: 27 Dresses
 In this 2005 comedy, Heigl plays Lynn Sheridan, who is disgusted when she finds out Jeffy
is not as eligible for the Special Olympics as he lets on.
ANSWER: The Ringer
Category Quiz: Tossups
11. A character played by Peter Serafinowicz is discovered behind the shower curtain in this
movie, in which a running joke is characters saying "You've got red on you." The climactic scene
includes the revelation that David is in love with Liz, is set to Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now,"
and takes place at the Winchester, where the central group has gathered, armed with a cricket
bat. Succeeded in the “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy” by Hot Fuzz, for 10 points, name this 2004
movie starring Simon Pegg as an electronics salesman in London, which used the tagline “a
romantic comedy— with zombies.”
ANSWER: Shaun of the Dead
12. A song in which this is heard is "Georgie's Theme" from the soundtrack to Twisted Nerve by
Bernard Herrmann. Additionally, the intro to the Scorpions' "Wind of Change" features a
repeated melody of this, while in the Concert in Central Park, Simon and Garfunkel replaced this
with a saxophone solo in "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard." The first melody in "Young
Folks" by Peter, Bjorn, and John is an example of this, as is the main melody of "Sweet Georgia
Brown", the theme song of the Harlem Globetrotters. For 10 points, name this sound, also heard
at the end of Otis Redding's "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay".
ANSWER: whistling [accept word forms]
13. A 2004 documentary, subtitled From Russia With Love, was made about one of the people
who claims to be this. Elorg was set up to represent that man in his negotiations with Robert
Stein, who claimed this title actually belongs to a bunch of Hungarians. Because of the conflict
over who holds this distinction, the Tengen imprint was forced to recall a black cartridge.
However, the current legally recognized holder of this title, Henk Rogers, has reached out to the
real individual, Alexey Pazhitnov, to form a new company that will give proper royalties to this
person. For 10 points, identity this distinction which Pazhitnov, acquired in 1985 at the Soviet
Ministry of Hardware and Software Expert by creating a popular puzzle game.
ANSWER: being the inventor of Tetris [accept clear equivalents; prompt on “owner” or
“copyright holder” of Tetris or similar answers]
14. This man's civilian career was as an asbestos installation supervisor, and in his will, he
requested that his head be detached and mailed to the emperor of Japan. During World War II, he
killed several Axis soldiers by beating them with a piece of his deceased friend, and while
serving in the occupation of Japan, he fathered Junichiro. Prior to his death from a shrimp
allergy, his shins were blown off in the war, and his marriage to Didi provided him with a new
son, whom he named "G.H." or "Good Hank." For 10 points, name this late, ill-tempered father
of Hank Hill.
ANSWER: Cotton Hill [prompt on Hill]
15. One group which organized to use these items was ultimately led by a former child actor
nicknamed “Face,” and included Myn Donos and Elassar Targon. The center of their production
was the Coromon Islands near the Metellos Trade Route, where the T-65B model was made by
Incom. Their controls are similar to those of the T-16 Skyhopper, and they gain their name from
the pattern formed by their S-foils. For 10 points, Rogue Squadron notably flew what ships,
whose pilots Wedge Antilles and Luke Skywalker used them to attack the Death Star?
16. He depicted Japan as a drowning cat holding a sign that reads "Beware, I can be velly
dangerous when aroused" in one of his many World War II political cartoons. His less political
works include The Seven Lady Godivas and a book about being examined in a geriatric clinic,
You’re Only Old Once. He touched upon the evils of the Cold War in his tale about the Yooks
and the Zooks, and he depicted someone who defends trees against the evil Once-ler. For 10
points, name this author of Yertle the Turtle, Fox in Socks and The Cat in the Hat.
ANSWER: Dr. Seuss [or Theodor Seuss Geisel]
17. In this show, Wilson tries to hook up with Rocket Dog before meeting Mozart, but they are
separated by a fire during which she is murdered. Wilson is a member of the commandoes, one
of several families in this show including Zappa and the Lazuli who are enemies of the main
family, the Whiskers. For 10 points, identify this Animal Planet show about some African
animals, filmed using fiber optic cameras in their burrows.
ANSWER: Meerkat Manor
18. An alleged motivation for this event was a letter Yaasmyn Fula wrote to David Kenner about
access to tapes. It was witnessed by Yafeu Fala, and was preceded by a scuffle with Orlando
Anderson. Occurring at Koval Lane on the way to Las Vegas’s Club 662 for a performance with
Run DMC, it resulted in a minor neck wound for Suge (SHOOG) Knight, who attempted to drive
its victim to the hospital. For 10 points, name this still-unsolved September 7, 1996 crime that
resulted in the death of the rapper known for "All Eyez on Me" and "California Love."
ANSWER: the shooting [or murder/killing/death etc] of Tupac Shakur [accept clear
Category Quiz: Bonuses
Forbes claims that he is a dropout from Pinar Del Rio High School and has a "My Little Friend"
clothing line. For 15 points, name this Miami drug lord portrayed by Al Pacino in Scarface.
ANSWER: Antonio "Tony" Montana
Her rock relationship with Derek Jeter did not stop her from playing Jane Bullard in the
upcoming The Love Guru. For 15 points, name this actress, known for playing Sue Storm in
Fantastic Four and Nancy in Sin City.
ANSWER: Jessica Alba
Despite being mostly considered American, the fact that they were led by a singer from Scotland
led to their recording the titular theme to The World is Not Enough. For 15 points, name this
band whose other hits include "Special," and "Only Happy When It Rains"
This group’s sound was described as "Upper West Side Soweto" by its frontman, recent
Columbia grad Ezra Koenig. For 15 points, name this band whose 2008 self-titled album
includes the songs "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa," "Mansard Roof," and "A-Punk."
ANSWER: Vampire Weekend
Giovanny Gutierrez has become a Youtube sensation engaging in one of its activities. Another
activity includes such challenges as palm trees, sun salutations, and triangles. For 15 points,
name this 2008 Nintendo game which also includes a table tilt and ski slalom using its motion-
encouraging balance board.
ANSWER: Wii Fit
His first appearance was an encounter with the Red Ghost, whom this figure repelled with
merely a thought. For 15 points, name this being who brooke his oath of non-intervention during
the coming of Galactus, a powerful, moon-dwelling member of a race of observers in the
Fantastic Four comics.
ANSWER: The Watcher [or Uatu]
Colin Montgomerie nearly became the only European to win the Wanamaker Trophy at this
event in 1995, but instead lost to Steve Elkington in a playoff. For 15 points, name this golf
tournament won in 2006 and 2007 by Tiger Woods, will be held at Oakland Hills at 2008.
ANSWER: the PGA [or the United States Professional Golfers Association Championship]
After backing up Tyler Palko at Pitt, he transferred to Delaware, where he led the team to the
Division I Football Championship Subdivision title game. For 15 points, name this quarterback,
a first-round draft pick this year of the Baltimore Ravens.
ANSWER: Joe Flacco
A recent episode of this show took the central pair to Milan, Ohio, where mysterious phone calls
were urging people to harm themselves. For 15 points, name this show in which the Winchester
brothers roam America fighting evil spirits.
In 2005 he expressed interest in buying control of the Greenock Morton football club in his
native Scotland. For 15 points, name this foul-mouthed British chef who torments contestants on
the FOX show "Hell’s Kitchen."
ANSWER: Gordon Ramsey
19. One member of this species murders Slipp and moves to a cove building boats. In addition to
Blaggut, other members of this species include Grinak and Rotface, who were killed by Ungatt
Trunn, and the antagonist of Cregga Rose Eyes, Damug Warfang. Another member of this
species is driven insane by a bell after being defeated by Mariel. A notable member of this
species kills Abbot Mortimer with his deadly tail before Matthias returns with the sword of
Martin the Warrior. Including Gabool the Wild and Cluny the Scourge, for 10 points, name these
rodents that often attack Redwall Abbey, who assist Ms. Frisby in a novel where they come from
Brittany Murphy and Dan Castellaneta will each provide guest voices in its June 24, 2008
release. For 10 points each:
 Name this upcoming movie, the soon to be released sequel to "Bender's Big Score."
ANSWER: The Beast with a Billion Backs
 Bender's Big Score and The Beast with a Billion Backs are the first two original movies
branching out of this animated series.
 This character from Futurama inists that Satan, "owes him," and presented his invention of
the smelloscope on a cocktail napkin.
ANSWER: Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth
20. One member of this band used the pseudonym Klark Kent in releasing a 1980 album of the
same name. That member's brother Miles signed the band to a contract after they released their
first album, Outlandos d'Amour. Their second album, Regatta de Blanc, spawned a single in
which "giant steps are what you take", "Walking on the Moon". For 10 points, name this band
including Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland who recorded "Synchronicity II", "Don't Stand
So Close to Me", "Roxanne", and "Every Breath You Take", and were fronted by their bassist,
ANSWER: The Police [accept ground rule double after "Regatta"]
Name some players integral to the Giants’ victory in Super Bowl XLII (42), for 10 points each.
 Named Super Bowl MVP, this Giants quarterback threw for 255 yards and two touchdowns.
ANSWER: Eli Manning [prompt on Manning]
 In addition to making a remarkable behind-the-head catch during the Giants’ game-winning
drive, this wide receiver caught Eli Manning’s first touchdown pass of the game.
ANSWER: David Tyree
 This Giants kicker redeemed himself after missing two game-winning field goals in the
NFC championship game by nailing a 32-yard field goal in the first quarter of Super Bowl XLII.
ANSWER: Lawrence Tynes
21. Dor et al. found that the type of these chemicals secreted by the Dufour’s gland is a better
predictor of fertility than dominance hierarchy, as it is tightly linked to ovarian development.
Another example of these is enhanced by the “footprint” variety and can be synthesized with a
2:1 ratio of citrial and geraniol; that type is named after Nasonov and is broadcast by raising the
abdomen and fanning the wings. The Koschevnikov gland produces one of the “alarm” types of
these chemicals, while other varieties include “forager” and “wax gland.” Queen Mandibular and
Queen Retinue are examples of, for 10 points, which chemicals secreted for such purposes as
marking paths to hives and sting locations, synthetic examples of which might include “What A
ANSWER: honeybee pheromones [accept BEEEEEEEEEE MOOOOOOOONES or apis
mellifera pheromones, prompt on pheromones]
Identify these bands featured in Guitar Hero 3, for 10 points each.
 “Cherub Rock” appeared both in GH3 and on this Billy-Corgan-fronted band’s album
Siamese Dream, which they followed with the double album Melon Collie and the Infinite
ANSWER: The Smashing Pumpkins
 Lead singer Mike Ness notes that “you only wanna do what you think is right” in this band’s
GH3 offering, “Story of My Life.” Other notable songs include “Mommy’s Little Monster” and
“Reach for the Sky.”
ANSWER: Social Distortion [prompt on Social D]
 This British band recently released the live album H.A.A.R.P. and previously produced the
best music video ever for the song Knights of Cydonia.
22. In this movie, it is revealed that one character’s real name is Moogberg, and Andy Dick
makes a cameo as a masseuse. The title character calls one man the “Prime Rib of Propecia”, and
that same man is labeled the Claymation dude by another character. He gives a so-called
“eugoogly” after a freak gasoline fight accident and must eventually join his rival Hansel to foil
Mugatu’s plan to kill the Malaysian Prime Minister. For 10 points, name this movie about a male
model played by Ben Stiller.
ANSWER: Zoolander [accept Derek Zoolander]
Name some video games set in dystopias, for 10 points each.
 This first-person-shooter, winner of several 2008 Game Developers Choice awards, is set in
the underwater Ayn Rand-inspired dystopia of Rapture.
 This classic Squaresoft RPG for the Super Nintendo enables the player to travel through
time to the year 2300, where a grim dystopia is the result of the "Day of Lavos" 301 years earlier.
ANSWER: Chrono Trigger
 In the "Zero" series of this Capcom franchise, the titular hero fights the dystopian
government agency, Neo Arcadia, instead of the original villain, Dr. Wily.
ANSWER: Mega Man [accept Rockman]
23. She shows a propensity for poker, winning a hand with a pair of deuces before her friend
Winona becomes offended by the presence of a wooden cigar store Indian. A graduate of Tufts
and an Orioles fan, she is first seen when inviting friends to a birthday party in "The Stakeout."
She calls herself "Lois Loan" after dating a destitute man, and her other former romantic interests
include "Crazy" Joe Davola, Joel Rifkin, and "grease monkey" David Putty. For 10 points, name
this one-time editor for the J. Peterman catalog, portrayed by Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Seinfeld.
ANSWER: Elaine Marie Benes
The number three pick in the 1999 draft, this man was traded from the Hornets to his current
team in 2005. For 10 points each:
 Identify this NBA point guard, who notably led his team in an upset against the Mavericks
in the 2007 playoffs.
ANSWER: Baron Davis [accept B-Diddy]
 Baron Davis, Andris Biedrins, and Stephen Jackson play for this team, which missed the
2008 playoffs despite a 48 and 34 record.
ANSWER: Golden State Warriors [accept either]
 This other Warriors guard, who scored 20.2 points per game in the 2007-2008 season, was
the recipient of the 2006-2007 “Most Improved Player” Award, .
ANSWER: Monta Ellis
24. One character claims that this place’s headline event can be pictured by taping the sand
draining out of the bathtub and rewinding it. One patron here is an ajuitar keyboard player for
Disaster Area named Hotblack Desiato who is spending a year dead for tax reasons. Its Emcee,
Max Quordlepleen, has witnessed the show he hosts 500 times. The patrons pay for it with a
penny that accumulates thousands of year’s worth of interest and many have their cars parked by
Marvin the Paranoid Android. For 10 points, name this title institution of the first sequel to The
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
ANSWER: Milliway’s [or The Restaurant at the End of the Universe]
Notable scenes in this movie include one set to Ride of the Valkyries, in which Lt. Colonel Bill
Kilgore’s helicopter unit attacks and captures a beach in order to go surfing. For 10 points each:
 Identify that 1979 movie, in which Kilgore tells Martin Sheen’s Captain Ben Willard that he
“loves the smell of napalm in the morning.”
ANSWER: Apocalypse Now
 This man, who cast his sister Talia Shire as Connie Corleone in all three of his Godfather
movies, also produced and directed Apocalypse Now.
ANSWER: Francis Ford Coppola [prompt on Coppola]
 In between Godfather parts I and II, Coppola directed this movie, which starred Gene
Hackman as paranoid surveillance expert Harry Caul.
ANSWER: The Conversation
25. It was one of the earliest songs for its author, written when he was just 16 years old. In 2005,
Jonathan Coulton mashed it up with the Chicago song 25 or 6 to 4. The Beastie Boys sampled
this song for The Sounds of Science. The narrator suggests the rental of a cottage on the Isle of
Wight each summer, and suggests that he could do housework, such as mending a fuse.
Foreseeing the future, the narrator sees himself with three grandkids: Vera, Chuck, and Dave.
For 10 points, name this Beatles song from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, asking "will
you still need me, will you still feed me" if the narrator has reached the titular age.
ANSWER: “When I'm Sixty-Four”
This game’s use of the interior of Manchester Cathedral for fight scenes has gotten it in trouble
with the Church of England. For 10 points each:
 Identify this 2006 Insomniac Games first-person-shooter, in which the player controls Sgt.
Nathan Hale, part of an American task force sent to liberate Britain from alien invaders.
ANSWER: Resistance: Fall of Man
 This Evolution Studios-developed game is set at a namesake offroad racing festival in
Monument Valley. Players can control up to seven different types of vehicle!
 Resistance and Motorstorm were by far the most successful exclusive launch titles for this
console, also noted for its Blu-ray player and its unsightly price tag.
ANSWER: Sony Playstation 3 [accept PS3]
26. Originally created during World War II at the Victory Club in Piedras Negras, this dish was
popularized when Howard Cosell raved about it during Monday Night Football. In Death Proof,
Stuntman Mike sloppily eats this dish at the bar where he meets his victims. Homer Simpson
obtains an edible sombrero made entirely of them before breaking into a parody of a Village
People song. For 10 points, name this food item that is often "loaded" with sour cream or meat,
but generally contains tortilla chips and melted cheese.
Name some Nicolas Cage movies that somehow weren’t panned by critics, for 10 points each.
 In this 1995 film, Cage plays screenwriter Ben Sanderson, who goes to the titular city to
drink himself to death. Instead, he forms a relationship with a local prostitute, Sera.
ANSWER: Leaving Las Vegas
 A mustachioed Cage stars alongside Holly Hunter in this 1987 Coen Brothers film, playing
a hapless criminal who kidnaps one of a furniture magnate’s quintuplets.
ANSWER: Raising Arizona
 Cage teams up with Sean Connery to infiltrate Alcatraz after the prison gets taken over by a
neurotoxin-wielding general played by Ed Harris in this 1996 Michael Bay classic.
ANSWER: The Rock
27. In one movie of this title, directed by Andy Warhol, John Giorno engages in the title activity.
The Invasion of the Body Snatchers was subtitled “to do this no more.” A more recent film with
this in the title sees Stéphane attempt to make a disasterology calendar. Sam Baldwin is a
character in a movie that implies a lack of this, while in another film Princess Aurora does this.
For 10 points, identify this state of brainwave production, of which a big one is mentioned in the
title of a film adaptation of a Philip Marlowe containing work.
ANSWER: sleep [accept word forms]
He has trouble getting his client a part in Medellin because of Yom Kippur, and his assistant
Lloyd is often the target of his verbal abuse. For 10 points each:
 Name this fictional agent portrayed by Jeremy Piven.
ANSWER: Ariel "Ari" Gold [accept any part of the listed name]
 Ari Gold is a major character on this HBO series, which features the lives of Hollywood
actor Vincent Chase and his namesake crew.
 Vince’s childhood friend and member of his entourage, this reptilian-named man portrayed
by Jerry Ferrara is almost always seen sporting a Yankees hat.
28. Pete Browning played in this city during his year in the Players League, where its squad was
called the Infants, and earlier Jim McCormick was a star pitcher for this city’s Blues. Other
defunct baseball teams from this city include one which folded after going 20-134 in 1899, the
Spiders. Later, their stars included a man traded to the Tigers for Harvey Kuenn, Rocky
Colavito, and players such as Early Wynn and Larry Doby from a 1954 team that won 104
games. For 10 points, name this city, where the current baseball team includes Paul Byrd, Travis
Hafner, Fausto Carmona, C.C. Sabathia, and Grady Sizemore.
Name these musical acts that discussed space travel, for 10 points each.
 This former Velvet Underground frontman and singer of "Walk on the Wild Side" recorded
"Satellite of Love."
ANSWER: Lou Reed
 This "Ziggy Stardust" and "Changes" performer described Major Tom in his song "Space
ANSWER: David Bowie [or David Jones]
 This band asked "Do you realize we're floating in space?" on their album Yoshimi Battles
the Pink Robots.
ANSWER: The Flaming Lips