2005 TRASHionals
Round 17

1. Identify these films starring Woody Allen that were NOT directed by Allen, for ten points each.

  1. This 1991 film starred Allen and Bette Midler as a couple who, on their 16th anniversary, go on a shopping stroll, where they admit their infidelities and extramarital affairs.
    Answer: Scenes From a Mall
  2. This 1976 take on McCarthyism and the Red Scare saw Allen play a cashier who poses as a writer for blacklisted friends.
    Answer: The Front
  3. Allen played Jimmy Bond in this 1967 spoof of Ian Fleming's 007 spy novels, based very loosely on a Fleming book.
    Answer: Casino Royale

2. Name these regular shows on Toon Disney, for ten points each.

  1. There's no Arnold Schwarzenegger on this program in which the eponymous strongman protects the land of Udrogoth with the help of sisters Fang and Candy while their parents are away.
    Answer: Dave the Barbarian
  2. This title teenager lives in a space attention and some of his best friends are real aliens.
    Answer: Lloyd in Space
  3. Also seen on ABC Saturday mornings, Ingrid Third is the partner of this show's title character, a former troublemaker turned safety patroller at X Middle School who shares his last name with a U.S. president.
    Answer: Fillmore!

3. This year marked the first time since 1999 that the men's NCAA division 1 hockey final featured two teams from the same conference. For ten points each:

  1. This was guaranteed after the second round of the tournament when all four semifinalists came from what conference?
    Answer: WCHA or Western College Hockey Association
  2. The 1999 final -- and the 1995 final as well -- featured two teams from what conference on the other side of the country from the WCHA?
    Answer: Hockey East
  3. 2005 also marked the 15th season since the ECAC had a team in the national title game. What team -- which lost in this year's tournament to Colorado College -- was the ECAC's last finals rep, losing to Wisconsin in 1990?
    Answer: Colgate University

4. Identify these prime-time TV personalities you might�ve caught late night on Cinemax or Showtime, for ten points each.

  1. Long before starring on a long-running CBS drama, this actress and lad mag staple did a topless scene for the "Brunch Club" segment of the show Hot Line.
    Answer: Catherine Bell
  2. This 2001 Playmate of the Year and Baywatch Hawaii actress showed up in a couple of episodes of Erotic Confessions under her own name and once under the name Nicole Arlen.
    Answer: Brande Roderick
  3. This winner of Survivor: Thailand was billed as a used car salesman, but he appeared in a multitude of soft-core projects under a variety of names before joining that show.
    Answer: Brian Heidik (accept either)

5. Co-written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster, it was the third track on Kristofferson's debut album and was later recorded by one of his lovers. For ten points each:

  1. Name this song, a #1 hit for that lover in 1971.
    Answer: "Me and Bobby McGee"
  2. This singer's version of "Me and Bobby McGee" hit #12 on the country charts in 1969, long after he recorded "King of the Road."
    Answer: Roger Miller
  3. In 1972, almost 14 years after his last top 10 hit, this Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's version of Me and Bobby McGee was his last Top 40 hit.
    Answer: Jerry Lee Lewis

6. For ten points each, name these tasty meat and pastry combinations.

  1. Popular throughout the Latin world, their name comes from the Spanish for wrapping in bread. Fillings can include meats, shrimp, corn or, for dessert versions, fruit. They are thought to come from Galicia in Spain.
    Answer: empanada
  2. This English food, a semi-circular item filled with meat, onion, and turnip, is said to have originated with miners in its namesake region who would eat it while holding the folded crust. The EU wants to accord name protection to these akin to the use of Champagne to designate sparkling wines from that region of France.
    Answer: Cornish pasty
  3. This Finnish dish looks like a large loaf of rye bread when cooked. It contains fish, pork, bacon, and can be seasoned with dill and salt. Its name is a combination of Finnish words for 'fish' and 'rooster.'
    Answer: kalakukko

7. For ten points each, name these literary prizes:

  1. San Jose State awards this prize for the worst possible opening line of a novel. It is named for the man who famously began the novel Paul Clifford with the words "It was a dark and stormy night."
    Answer: Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest
  2. This award in oratory is given by the British Plain English Campaign. Alicia Silverstone won in 2000 for saying, "I think that Clueless was very deep. I think it was deep in the way that it was very light. I think lightness has to come from a very deep place if it's true lightness."
    Answer: The Foot in Mouth Award
  3. Erich Von Daniken won the first one for literature for his Chariots of the Gods, which explained how alien astronauts influenced human civilization. 2004's winner was The American Nudist Research Library of Kissimmee, Florida, for preserving nudist history so that everyone can see it.
    Answer: Ig Nobel Prize

8. For ten points each, name these non-horror flicks directed by Frankenstein director James Whale:

  1. Whale directed the definitive film version of this musical whose songs include "Ol' Man River."
    Answer: Show Boat
  2. In Whale's version of this classic novel, Louis Hayward played the title character, Philippe of Gascony.
    Answer: The Man in the Iron Mask
  3. Whale's directorial debut was this screen adaptation of an antiwar play.
    Answer: Journey's End

9. The IRL is going somewhere this season it's never gone before: on the road. Three races this year will be run on road courses. For ten points each, name those three non-ovals that'll remind IRL drivers what it's like to make right hand turns.

Answer: St. Petersburg, Infiniti Raceway, Watkins Glen

10. Answer these questions about the voices behind the short-lived MTV cartoon Clone High, USA, for ten points each.

  1. The voice of the narrator, as well as Abe Lincoln, one of the main characters on the series was provided by this SNL cast member whose main job is to play George W. Bush.
    Answer: Will Forte
  2. The voice of Cleopatra is provided by this actress best known for playing feisty Kate on The Drew Carey Show.
    Answer: Christa Miller
  3. He plays the nameless janitor on Scrubs, but on this show, he voiced such roles as Julius Caesar, Buddy Holly and Gandhi�s dad.
    Answer: Neil Flynn

11. (AUDIO) So what if their current relevancy is in question, R.E.M. has rocked in the past. Given an track, identify the R.E.M. album from which it originally came, for ten points each.

  1. Clip 67
    Answer: Monster (song is �What�s the Frequency, Kenneth?�)
  2. Clip 68
    Answer: Green (song is �Get Up�)
  3. Clip 69
    Answer: Life�s Rich Pageant (song is �Begin the Begin�)

12. These are tough times to be Brad Pitt:

  1. For five points, in the wake of his marriage to Jennifer Aniston ending, he's been linked to this co-star of the upcoming Mr. & Mrs. Smith.
    Answer: Angelina Jolie
  2. For ten points, Pitt went on Access Hollywood to deny reports by this magazine that he and Jolie were lovey dovey together at a Palm Springs hotel. He previously scrapped with this mag over a story about him spending time with model April Florio.
    Answer: Us Weekly
  3. For fifteen points, Pitt and Jolie were staying at the same hotel as they'd just shot photos for an upcoming spread in this fashion magazine in the Conde Nast family of publications.
    Answer: W

13. For ten points each, given a character played by Tom Hanks, identify the film.

  1. Rick Gassko
    Answer: Bachelor Party
  2. Carl Hanratty
    Answer: Catch Me If You Can
  3. Pep Streebeck
    Answer: Dragnet

14. Did you ever hear the legend about the synchronicity between 1939�s The Wizard of Oz and the Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon? Answer these questions about it, for ten points each. Note: if you're playing along at home, start the CD after the third MGM lion roar.

  1. The tornado scene begins in Oz when this song begins. The song lasts during the entire duration of the storm.
    Answer: "The Great Gig In The Sky"
  2. When the Scarecrow sings "If I Only Had a Brain," this song is playing.
    Answer: "Brain Damage"
  3. When Dorothy opens the door and sees Oz for the first time, the movie goes from black-and-white to color. Also, this song begins.
    Answer: "Money"

15. For ten points each, name these alleged antichrists:

  1. Thomas Jefferson, George Bernard Shaw, and Albert Schweitzer are among those who have suggested the antichrist is this man, whom Episcopal bishop John Shelby Spong claimed was possibly gay due to his misogyny in Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism.
    Answer: Saint Paul the Apostle or Saul of Tarsus
  2. Because he was allegedly named High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy in Resolution 666, some accuse this Secretary-General of rebuilding the Roman Empire through the European Union.
    Answer: Javier Solana Madariaga
  3. This Romanian U.N. Secretary-General creates a world government in the Left Behind series.
    Answer: Nicolae Carpathia (Accept either name)

16. Identify these celebrities who have or have had pro golf tournaments named for them, for ten points each.

  1. The only celebrity to currently have a PGA Tour event named for him is this man, whose name still tops a tourney in Palm Springs, despite his 2003 death.
    Answer: Bob Hope
  2. The LPGA Tour holds a tournament outside Toledo, Ohio, named for this celeb and MASH alum.
    Answer: Jamie Farr
  3. The Celebrity Players Tour hosted a 2005 tournament named in honor of this man, who quarterbacked the San Diego Chargers to an appearance in Super Bowl 29.
    Answer: Stan Humphries

17. 40-30-20-10-1, name the company.

  1. [40] They buy, sell, or process something, so you know Lloyd Dobler isn't working here.
  2. [30] Its roots go back to 1958, when a group of businessmen led by John Hanson convinced a California company to locate a plant in Forest City, Iowa. Hanson would become its first president when locals bought the plant.
  3. [20] 1963 saw its development of Thermo-Panel, a construction process that combined strength with light weight and insulation. The first of its best known products was made in 1966. Current speciality models include the Med One for clinical use and the Protector for police and emergency applications.
  4. [10] The three product lines include the Rialta, the Itasca, and the one named for the company. They also made the Jeopardy Brain Bus.
  5. [1] The Aspect, Journey, and Minnie are all models in the Winnebago line, the line named for the company.
Answer: Winnebago

18. Identify the authors of these mystery book series, for ten points each.

  1. The Amelia Peabody mysteries, including 2004's Guardian of the Horizon and 2005's The Serpent on the Crown.
    Answer: Elizabeth Peters
  2. The Stephanie Plum series, including Hard Eight, To the Nines and Ten Big Ones.
    Answer: Janet Evanovich
  3. The Anna Pigeon series, including High Country, Flashback and 2005's Hard Truth.
    Answer: Nevada Barr

19. For the stated number of points, name these brands from the Church and Dwight family of products.

  1. For five points, this baking soda brand, now branched out into toothpaste, deodorants, and laundry products, is perhaps Church and Dwight's best known brand.
    Answer: Arm & Hammer
  2. For ten points, named from the Latin word for bright, it was originally a combo of steel wool pads and soap with jeweler's rouge. It would take off once they combined the pads and the soap.
    Answer: Brillo
  3. For fifteen points, this pregnancy test can give results three days before an expected period, four days sooner than other leading brands. It also uses an easy read result line to help verify results.
    Answer: First Response

20. Answer these related TV questions, for ten points each.

  1. Lee Horsley starred in this 1980s ABC series about the son of an oil millionaire who liked to do detective work on the side.
    Answer: Matt Houston
  2. Montel Williams had a brief run on network series TV as the title character of this 1996 CBS show about a retired Navy officer who becomes a science teacher at his New Jersey high school.
    Answer: Matt Waters
  3. Dean Martin made this Donald Hamilton character famous on film. Anthony Franciosa reprised the role of this swinging L.A. detective in a short-lived 1975 ABC series of the same name.
    Answer: Matt Helm

21. In his 22-year major league career, Mike Morgan played for 12 different teams. Talk about frequent flyer miles! Name these teams Morgan played for, for ten points each.

  1. Morgan won a World Series ring as a middle reliever and set-up man for this National League club in 2001.
    Answer: Arizona Diamondbacks
  2. Morgan had two tours of duty with this current National League Central team, first from 1992-1995, and again in 1998. In 1993, Morgan replaced the departed Greg Maddux as the number one starter for this squad.
    Answer: Chicago Cubs (more on "Chicago")
  3. In 1988, Morgan played for this team, which began the season by losing their first 21 games.
    Answer: Baltimore Orioles

22. Identify the following about IMDB's list of the Bottom 10 musicals, as of February 13, 2005, for the stated number of points.

  1. (5) Topping the list is this 2002 film, set during spring break, and starring Ms. Clarkson and Mr. Guarini.
    Answer: From Justin to Kelly
  2. (5) Shaquille O'Neal is a rapping genie in this 1996 stinker.
    Answer: Kazaam
  3. (10) Valerie Vomit, Windy Winston, Foul Phil and Messy Tessie were among the characters in a 1987 bomb about this infamous trading card series.
    Answer: Garbage Pail Kids
  4. (10) The 1967 horror musical comedy bomb Hillbillies in a Haunted House featured this aging South African-born actor, who played Sherlock Holmes in 15 films, as Gregor.
    Answer: Basil Rathbone