Question: If you are a US citizen about to graduate from college, you are eligible to apply for a summer driving this ostentatious vehicle. Thousands will apply, twelve will drive.
Question: Jeremiah was a bullfrog, and he was a good friend of what band?
Question: Harlequin, Blenheim, Domino and Merle are all descriptors of what?
Question: What is it called when the fairway of a golf hole makes a significant curve to the left or right, often putting the flag out of sight from the tee?
Question: Burt Reynolds and Dom DeLouise team up as scruffy canines in this animated feature.
Question: You may know that Bill Clinton had a “first cat” named Socks while in office, but who’s first feline was “Misty Malarky Ying Yang”?
Question: You probably know Nepeta cataria by what easier-to-remember name?
Question: This ancient feline is the state fossil of California.
Question: Speaking of the musical “Cats”… it features lyrics by this Nobel Prize winner, and music by this composer with a knighthood.
Question: In what long-running stage production would you find “Pollicle Dogs”?