TD 445 - Prime Time [Final results]

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TD 445 - Prime Time [Final results]

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This quiz is called "Prime Time" - with all questions related to prime numbers.

Rules/Notes
1) Lowest point total wins; your score for each question is equal to the total number of players submitting that same answer
2) NO DROPS
3) You may elect to take the sheep (most popular) answer for two questions
4) Wrong responses are the "sheep" answer +4
5) All answers are due by 8 AM Central time on Tuesday, May 19, 2020
6) If you need clarification on a clue, want to verfiy your responses or have other questions please PM me. If you're not sure something is a correct answer, don't use it.
7) Submit answers via this Google form or PM

Questions

1. 37 - Retired by both the Mets and Yankees for Casey Stengel - who was the first manager to have his number retired by two teams. Given the player, name the team for these retired numbers. [Number preferred - A correct answer without the number receives a +2 penalty. Example - If "80 - Steve Largent (NFL)" were a clue, then "80 - Seattle Seahawks" is the "full" correct answer, but a response of just "Seattle Seahawks" would also be counted as correct with a +2 "penalty" added.]

36 - Robin Roberts (MLB)
35 - Phil Niekro (MLB)
34 - Hakeem Olajuwon (NBA)
33 - Alvan Adams (NBA)
32 - Jim Brown (NFL)
31 - Grant Fuhr (NHL)
30 - Martin Brodeur (NHL)
29 - Eric Dickerson (NFL)
28 - Curtis Martin (NFL)
27 - Teppo Numminen (NHL)
26 - Martin St. Louis (NHL)
25 - Jose Cruz (MLB)
24 - Lenny Moore (NFL)
23 - Willie Horton (MLB)
22 - Rolando Blackman (NBA)
21 - Peter Forsberg (NHL)
20 - Barry Sanders (NFL)
19 - Tony Gwynn (MLB)
18 - Serge Savard (NHL)
17 - Rod Brind'Amour (NHL)
16 - Pat LaFontaine (NHL)
15 - Bart Starr (NFL)
14 - Jeff Hornacek (NBA)
13 - Dan Marino (NFL)
12 - Roberto Alomar (MLB)
11 - Edgar Martinez (MLB)
10 - Fran Tarkenton (NFL)
9 - Tony Parker (NBA)
8 - Cal Ripken, Jr. (MLB)
7 - John Elway (NFL)
6 - Julius Erving (NBA)
5 - George Brett (MLB)
4 - Chris Webber (NBA)
3 - Harmon Killebrew (MLB)
2 - Al MacInnis (NHL)
1 - Oscar Robertson (NBA)
00 - Robert Parish (NBA)

2. 31 - Baskin-Robbins became known for having 31 flavors - meaning there was one for every day of the month. There are also 31 Saturdays in 2020 after the final results for this quiz are revealed (May 23). Name a post-May 23 date which falls on a Saturday in 2020.

3. 29 - One of the 2-digit Interstates which passes through my home state of Iowa. Name another 2-digit US Interstate which fits one or both of the following criteria: 1) Contains a 2 or 9; 2) Is a prime number greater than 29

4. 23 - Flavors in Dr. Pepper. Name one of these things that include the name of a fruit or vegetable. [Give both first and last name for people/characters.]

Singer of "Criminal" (#21 1997)
Real name John Devenanzio, he appeared on The Real World and then many times on MTV's The Challenge
Long-time panelist on To Tell the Truth, Tony Award winner for Subways Are for Sleeping and storekeeper Loren Bray on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
Xavier Roberts' dolls whose popularity led to riots at stores in the fall and winter of 1983
Stand-up comedian and actor whose nickname refers to his red hair
Phoebe's best friend on The Thundermans - whose name rhymes with a famous comedian who had a popular NBC show in the 1990s
Alter ego of Beavis where he pulls his shirt collar over his head and raises forearms in a 90-degree angle next to his chest
Johnny Depp plays this title character in a 1993 film also starring Leonardo DiCaprio
An animated blue coonhound that first appeared in 1958 and spoke with a Southern drawl
Tina Fey's character on 30 Rock
Group which reached #20 with "No Rain" in 1993
Tall and skinny female character in the Popeye cartoons - usually as his girlfriend
Pittsburgh Pirates Pierogi Race participant who wears a purple hat
Mascot for Syracuse University who wears a large blue hat and blue pants
Character in the Mario franchise whose Mushroom Kingdom is constantly under attack by Bowser
Animated British TV show whose theme song described the characters as being "down at the bottom of the garden"
Gwyneth Paltrow's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
First appeared as a year-old baby on Nickelodeon's Rugrats and later was the main character of spin-off All Grown Up!
Member of the WNBAs Las Vegas Aces who set the NCAA women's basketball record by scoring over 3,500 points while at the University of Washington
Toy that was first distributed in 1952 and later would be voiced by Don Rickles in the Toy Story movies
Superhero that Linus Van Pelt expects will bring him toys on Halloween
A character originally created for American Greetings who became a doll with freckles, curly red hair and a bonnet in 1979
Nickname for snowboarder Shaun White

5. 19 - The debut album for Adele, who later had the 2015 #1 song "Hello" - the same title as a Lionel Richie #1 from 1984. Name the song title (with letters that start each word in the brackets) shared by one of these given pairs of artists.

Prince (#12 1983), Charli XCX (#48 Dance 2019) [#]
Eagles (#32 1974), Kelly Clarkson (#13 2009) [AG]
Sarah McLachlan (#4 1999), Shaggy (#1 2001) [A]
The Supremes (#1 1964), Regina (#10 1986) [BL]
Kool & the Gang (#2 1985), Madonna (#2 1989) [C]
Elvis Presley (#1 1956), Bobby Brown (#8 1988) [DBC]
Fleetwood Mac (#1 1977), The Cranberries (#42 1993) [D]
Roberta Flack (#1 1974), Bad Company (#10 1975) [FLML]
The Go-Go's (#11 1984), Tears for Fears (#3 1985) [HOH]
Huey Lewis and the News (#8 1983), T'Pau (#4 1987) [HAS]
Olivia Newton-John (#3 1982), Demi Lovato (#10 2013) [HA]
Pat Benatar (#23 1979), Dionne Warwick (#10 1982) [H]
Wilson Phillips (#1 1990), En Vogue (#2 1990) [HO]
Daughtry (#5 2007), Phillip Phillips (#6 2012) [H]
Van Halen (#1 1984), Kris Kross (#1 1992) [J]
Three Dog Night (#5 1969), U2 (#10 1992) [O]
Def Leppard (#12 1983), Nickelback (#2 2005) [P]
Del Shannon (#1 1961), Bon Jovi (#39 1984) [R]
Harry Nilsson (#1 1972), Motley Crue (#8 1990) [WY]

6. 17 - Seventeen is a popular magazine. Unscramble one of these other magazine titles.

maniacre nearfilm
terbet emohs nad nerdgas
palominocost
milfay cleric
oarglum
odog geepoisehunk
hatarm atwrest gvilni
atanlion cigarpegho
ranstep
eelpop
erredas idgets
brokedo
heaps
hornetus vingil
rstops laudslitter
state fo mohe
emit

7. 13 - Considered "unlucky" by many and feared by those with triskaidekaphobia. Name the fear for a person with one of the given phobias.
[Think "general" terms - more "specific" answers (such as makes of cars for "motorphobia") will be grouped together.]

arachnophobia
botanophobia
coulrophobia
equinophobia
herpetophobia
ichthyophobia
kinemortophobia
lachanophobia
nephophobia
ornithophobia
sinistrophobia
taurophobia
venustraphobia

8. 11 - Millie Bobby Brown plays the character Eleven on Stranger Things. Given the years of its run and two actors (or its host), name one of these TV shows with a number in the title.

Fox (2001-2010) - Kiefer Sutherland, Dennis Haysbert
NBC (1985-1990) - Marla Gibbs, Jackee Harry
CBS (2011-2017) - Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs
Fox (1987-1991) - Johnny Depp, Holly Robinson
ABC (2012-2013) - Rachael Taylor, Vanessa Williams
ABC (1958-1964) - Roger Smith, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
NBC (1968-1975) - Martin Milner, Kent McCord
NBC (1961-1963) - Joe E. Ross, Fred Gwynne
CBS (1989-1996) - Hosted by William Shatner
USA (2004-2007) - Joel Gretsch, Jacqueline McKenzie
Nickelodeon (2005-2008) - Jamie Lynn Spears, Paul Butcher

9. 7 - The soft drink 7 Up was once called the "Uncola" in an advertising campaign. Match the artist with their song title that begins with "Un". [Answer as letter followed by number.]

A. Unbelievable (#1 1991)
B. Un-Break My Heart (#1 1996)
C. Undrunk (#61 2019)
D. Unforgettable (#14 1991)
E. Unpretty (#1 1999)
F. Unwell (#5 2003)
G. Unwritten (#5 2005)

1. EMF
2. Fletcher
3. Matchbox Twenty
4. Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole
5. Natasha Bedingfield
6. TLC
7. Toni Braxton

10. 5 - The restaurant Five Guys Burgers and Fries has many locations across the country. Name one of these people or things that includes "Guy".

Original host of Minute to Win It on NBC and current host of "GGG" on Food Network
Bandleader of the Royal Canadians
Four-part music video series by the band The Possum Posse with first episode titled "Bears, Indians & Such"
Actress known for roles as Dina in film School Daze and Whitley on TV show A Different World
Longtime Raider who was the first "pure" punter inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame

11. 3- Many MLB and NFL games took place at Three Rivers Stadium - named for a trio of waterways that met nearby. Name one of those three rivers.

12. Bonus #1: 2 - Name up to 3 states with schools in 2 of the "Power 5" (ACC, Big Ten, Big XII, Pac-12, SEC) NCAA FBS conferences [Correct answers = -1, SHEEP = 0]

13. Bonus #2: Give the total number (All 5 leagues together) of MLB, MLS, NBA, NFL and NHL teams that were scheduled to play in 2020. [Correct answer = -2]
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time

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Final entrant list...
Spoiler
merica
Rackme32
MarkBarrett
ParrotRob
casketromance

NYCScribbler
BrigadierSolo13
Gamawire
Shaquebanisa
Ironhorse

Peachbox
MattKnowles
jfmk
threearruda
RougeGod

econgator
AFRET CMS
clprez
twelvefootboy
heppm01

Floridagator
True North
classicroadster
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time

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Bump #1 - still a few days to be added to the list in the spoiler box above.

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time

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Bounce #2

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Final bump before tomorrow's deadline.

Reveal should begin Tuesday afternoon.

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I will accept entries until 1 PM Central today and then begin the reveal this afternoon.

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q2 revealed]

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1. 37 - Retired by both the Mets and Yankees for Casey Stengel - who was the first manager to have his number retired by two teams. Given the player, name the team for these retired numbers. [Number preferred - A correct answer without the number receives a +2 penalty.]

36 - Robin Roberts (MLB) [Philadelphia Phillies]
35 - Phil Niekro (MLB) [Atlanta Braves]
34 - Hakeem Olajuwon (NBA) [Houston Rockets]
33 - Alvan Adams (NBA) [Phoenix Suns]
32 - Jim Brown (NFL) [Cleveland Browns]
31 - Grant Fuhr (NHL) [Edmonton Oilers]
30 - Martin Brodeur (NHL) [New Jersey Devils]
29 - Eric Dickerson (NFL) [Los Angeles Rams]
28 - Curtis Martin (NFL) [New York Jets]
27 - Teppo Numminen (NHL) [Arizona Coyotes]
26 - Martin St. Louis (NHL) [Tampa Bay Lightning]
25 - Jose Cruz (MLB) [Houston Astros]
24 - Lenny Moore (NFL) [Indianapolis Colts]
23 - Willie Horton (MLB) [Detroit Tigers]
22 - Rolando Blackman (NBA) [Dallas Mavericks]
21 - Peter Forsberg (NHL) [Colorado Avalanche]
20 - Barry Sanders (NFL) [Detroit Lions]
19 - Tony Gwynn (MLB) [San Diego Padres]
18 - Serge Savard (NHL) [Montreal Canadiens]
17 - Rod Brind'Amour (NHL) [Carolina Hurricanes]
16 - Pat LaFontaine (NHL) [Buffalo Sabres]
15 - Bart Starr (NFL) [Green Bay Packers]
14 - Jeff Hornacek (NBA) [Utah Jazz]
13 - Dan Marino (NFL) [Miami Dolphins]
12 - Roberto Alomar (MLB) [Toronto Blue Jays]
11 - Edgar Martinez (MLB) [Seattle Mariners]
10 - Fran Tarkenton (NFL) [Minnesota Vikings]
9 - Tony Parker (NBA) [San Antonio Spurs]
8 - Cal Ripken, Jr. (MLB) [Baltimore Orioles]
7 - John Elway (NFL) [Denver Broncos]
6 - Julius Erving (NBA) [Philadelphia 76ers]
5 - George Brett (MLB) [Kansas City Royals]
4 - Chris Webber (NBA) [Sacramento Kings]
3 - Harmon Killebrew (MLB) [Minnesota Twins]
2 - Al MacInnis (NHL) [St. Louis Blues]
1 - Oscar Robertson (NBA) [Milwaukee Bucks]
00 - Robert Parish (NBA) [Boston Celtics]

Gwynn for the win…

San Diego Padres [SHEEP] - 3
Shaquebanisa
MattKnowles
jfmk

New Jersey Devils - 2
NYCScribbler
threearruda

Detroit Tigers - 2
ParrotRob
heppm01

Colorado Avalanche - 2
AFRET CMS
clprez

Carolina Hurricanes - 2
Peachbox
RougeGod

St. Louis Blues - 2
merica
BrigadierSolo13

SINGLETONS - 1

Houston Rockets
Rackme32

Edmonton Oilers
True North

Arizona Coyotes
casketromance

Tampa Bay Lightning
classicroadster

Detroit Lions
twelvefootboy

Minnesota Vikings
MarkBarrett

San Antonio Spurs
Gamawire

Kansas City Royals
Ironhorse

Minnesota Twins
Floridagator

Boston Celtics
econgator

NOT USED
Philadelphia Phillies
Atlanta Braves
Phoenix Suns
Cleveland Browns
Los Angeles Rams
New York Jets
Houston Astros
Indianapolis Colts
Dallas Mavericks
Montreal Canadiens
Buffalo Sabres
Green Bay Packers
Utah Jazz
Miami Dolphins
Toronto Blue Jays
Seattle Mariners
Baltimore Orioles
Denver Broncos
Philadelphia 76ers
Sacramento Kings
Milwaukee Bucks

2. 31 - Baskin-Robbins became known for having 31 flavors - meaning there was one for every day of the month. There are also 31 Saturdays in 2020 after the final results for this quiz are revealed (May 23). Name a post-May 23 date which falls on a Saturday in 2020.

One day away from another error-less question…

May 30 [Co-SHEEP] - 2
jfmk
heppm01

June 13 [Co-SHEEP] - 2
MarkBarrett
Gamawire

June 27 [Co-SHEEP] - 2
Rackme32
NYCScribbler

July 11 [Co-SHEEP] - 2
Ironhorse
Floridagator

August 22 [Co-SHEEP] - 2
merica
True North

SINGLETONS - 1

June 20
twelvefootboy

July 4
threearruda

July 18
ParrotRob

July 25
classicroadster

August 29
casketromance

September 19
econgator

September 26
Peachbox

October 10
RougeGod

October 24
clprez

November 21
MattKnowles

November 28
BrigadierSolo13

December 19
Shaquebanisa

NOT USED
June 6
August 1
August 8
August 15
September 5
September 12
October 3
October 17
October 31
November 7
November 14
December 5
December 12
December 26

WRONG ANSWER = 6
AFRET CMS (June 28)

STANDINGS AFTER Q2
1. casketromance - 2
1. econgator - 2
1. twelvefootboy - 2
1. classicroadster - 2
5. Rackme32 - 3
5. MarkBarrett - 3
5. ParrotRob - 3
5. BrigadierSolo13 - 3
5. Gamawire - 3
5. Ironhorse - 3
5. Peachbox - 3
5. threearruda - 3
5. RougeGod - 3
5. clprez - 3
5. Floridagator - 3
5. True North - 3
17. merica - 4
17. NYCScribbler - 4
17. Shaquebanisa - 4
17. MattKnowles - 4
17. heppm01 - 4

ALL SHEEP LINE - 5

22. jfmk - 5
23. AFRET CMS - 8

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q2 revealed]

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Any other TD and I'd be delighted to have just four points now.

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q3-Q5 revealed]

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3. 29 - One of the 2-digit Interstates which passes through my home state of Iowa. Name another 2-digit US Interstate which fits one or both of the following criteria: 1) Contains a 2 or 9; 2) Is a prime number greater than 29

East coast leads the way…

I-95 [SHEEP] - 4
NYCScribbler
Peachbox
jfmk
RougeGod

I-59 - 3
Gamawire
Ironhorse
clprez

I-90 - 3
MarkBarrett
threearruda
econgator

I-83 - 2
ParrotRob
BrigadierSolo13

I-89 - 2
Floridagator
classicroadster

SINGLETONS - 1

I-25
AFRET CMS

I-39
merica

I-49
twelvefootboy

I-73
True North

I-94
heppm01

I-97
Rackme32

NOT USED
I-12
I-19
I-20
I-22
I-24
I-26
I-27
I-37
I-41
I-43
I-69
I-71
I-72
I-79
I-82
I-91
I-93
I-96
I-99

SHEEP = 4
casketromance
MattKnowles

WRONG ANSWER = 8
Shaquebanisa [I-53 - The number was apparently proposed for both a stretch of road in Louisiana and also the Avenue of the Saints (which is literally less than a mile from my house), but has not actually been used.]

4. 23 - Flavors in Dr. Pepper. Name one of these things that include the name of a fruit or vegetable. [Give both first and last name for people/characters.]

Singer of "Criminal" [Fiona Apple]
Real name John Devenanzio, he appeared on The Real World and then many times on MTV's The Challenge [Johnny Bananas]
Long-time panelist on To Tell the Truth, Tony Award winner for Subways Are for Sleeping and storekeeper Loren Bray on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman [Orson Bean]
Xavier Roberts' dolls whose popularity led to riots at stores in the fall and winter of 1983 [Cabbage Patch Kids]
Stand-up comedian and actor whose nickname refers to his red hair [Carrot Top]
Phoebe's best friend on The Thundermans - whose name rhymes with a famous comedian who had a popular NBC show in the 1990s [Cherry Seinfeld]
Alter ego of Beavis where he pulls his shirt collar over his head and raises forearms in a 90-degree angle next to his chest [Great Cornholio]
Johnny Depp plays this title character in a 1993 film also starring Leonardo DiCaprio [Gilbert Grape]
An animated blue coonhound that first appeared in 1958 and spoke with a Southern drawl [Huckleberry Hound]
Tina Fey's character on 30 Rock [Liz Lemon]
Group which reached #20 with "No Rain" in 1993 [Blind Melon]
Tall and skinny female character in the Popeye cartoons - usually as his girlfriend [Olive Oyl]
Pittsburgh Pirates Pierogi Race participant who wears a purple hat [Oliver Onion]
Mascot for Syracuse University who wears a large blue hat and blue pants [Otto the Orange]
Character in the Mario franchise whose Mushroom Kingdom is constantly under attack by Bowser [Princess Peach]
Animated British TV show whose theme song described the characters as being "down at the bottom of the garden" [Poddington Peas]
Gwyneth Paltrow's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe [Pepper Potts]
First appeared as a year-old baby on Nickelodeon's Rugrats and later was the main character of spin-off All Grown Up! [Tommy Pickles]
Member of the WNBAs Las Vegas Aces who set the NCAA women's basketball record by scoring over 3,500 points while at the University of Washington [Kelsey Plum]
Toy that was first distributed in 1952 and later would be voiced by Don Rickles in the Toy Story movies [Mr. Potato Head]
Superhero that Linus Van Pelt expects will bring him toys on Halloween [Great Pumpkin]
A character originally created for American Greetings who became a doll with freckles, curly red hair and a bonnet in 1979 [Strawberry Shortcake]
Nickname for snowboarder Shaun White [Flying Tomato]

She's "Plum"-ber One…

Kelsey Plum [SHEEP] - 4
Rackme32
casketromance
NYCScribbler
Ironhorse

Great Cornholio - 3
merica
BrigadierSolo13
econgator

Flying Tomato - 3
Peachbox
jfmk
RougeGod

Johnny Bananas - 2
MarkBarrett
classicroadster

Carrot Top - 2
Gamawire
Floridagator

Blind Melon - 2
ParrotRob
threearruda

SINGLETONS - 1

Orson Bean
clprez

Cabbage Patch Kids
twelvefootboy

Gilbert Grape
AFRET CMS

Huckleberry Hound
heppm01

Tommy Pickles
Shaquebanisa

Mr. Potato Head
MattKnowles

Strawberry Shortcake
True North

NOT USED
Fiona Apple
Cherry Seinfeld
Liz Lemon
Olive Oyl
Oliver Onion
Otto the Orange
Princess Peach
The Poddington Peas
Pepper Potts
Great Pumpkin

5. 19 - The debut album for Adele, who later had the 2015 #1 song "Hello" - the same title as a Lionel Richie #1 from 1984. Name the song title (with letters that start each word in the brackets) shared by one of these given pairs of artists.

Prince (#12 1983), Charli XCX (#48 Dance 2019) [#] [1999]
Eagles (#32 1974), Kelly Clarkson (#13 2009) [AG] [Already Gone]
Sarah McLachlan (#4 1999), Shaggy (#1 2001) [A] [Angel]
The Supremes (#1 1964), Regina (#10 1986) [BL] [Baby Love]
Kool & the Gang (#2 1985), Madonna (#2 1989) [C] [Cherish]
Elvis Presley (#1 1956), Bobby Brown (#8 1988) [DBC] [Don't Be Cruel]
Fleetwood Mac (#1 1977), The Cranberries (#42 1993) [D] [Dreams]
Roberta Flack (#1 1974), Bad Company (#10 1975) [FLML] [Feel Like Makin' Love]
The Go-Go's (#11 1984), Tears for Fears (#3 1985) [HOH] [Head Over Heels]
Huey Lewis and the News (#8 1983), T'Pau (#4 1987) [HAS] [Heart and Soul]
Olivia Newton-John (#3 1982), Demi Lovato (#10 2013) [HA] [Heart Attack]
Pat Benatar (#23 1979), Dionne Warwick (#10 1982) [H] [Heartbreaker]
Wilson Phillips (#1 1990), En Vogue (#2 1990) [HO] [Hold On]
Daughtry (#5 2007), Phillip Phillips (#6 2012) [H] [Home]
Van Halen (#1 1984), Kris Kross (#1 1992) [J] [Jump]
Three Dog Night (#5 1969), U2 (#10 1992) [O] [One]
Def Leppard (#12 1983), Nickelback (#2 2005) [P] [Photograph]
Del Shannon (#1 1961), Bon Jovi (#39 1984) [R] [Runaway]
Harry Nilsson (#1 1972), Motley Crue (#8 1990) [WY] [Without You]

A three-way tie at the top…

Dreams [Co-SHEEP] - 3
jfmk
RougeGod
True North

Hold On [Co-SHEEP] - 3
merica
threearruda
heppm01

Jump [Co-SHEEP] - 3
MattKnowles
clprez
classicroadster

Heart and Soul - 2
ParrotRob
casketromance

One - 2
Gamawire
econgator

Runaway - 2
NYCScribbler
Shaquebanisa

SINGLETONS - 1

Already Gone
BrigadierSolo13

Baby Love
twelvefootboy

Cherish
MarkBarrett

Don’t Be Cruel
Rackme32

Heart Attack
Floridagator

Heartbreaker
Peachbox

Photograph
Ironhorse

NOT USED
1999
Angel
Feel Like Makin' Love
Head Over Heels
Home
Without You

WRONG ANSWER = 7
AFRET CMS (Celebration)

STANDINGS AFTER Q5
1. twelvefootboy - 5
2. Floridagator - 8
2. True North - 8
4. Rackme32 - 9
4. MarkBarrett - 9
4. ParrotRob - 9
4. BrigadierSolo13 - 9
4. heppm01 - 9
4. classicroadster - 9
10. Gamawire - 10
10. econgator - 10
10. clprez - 10
13. merica - 11
13. Ironhorse - 11
13. Peachbox - 11
13. threearruda - 11
17. casketromance - 12
17. MattKnowles - 12
19. RougeGod - 13
20. NYCScribbler - 14
21. Shaquebanisa - 15
21. jfmk - 15

ALL SHEEP LINE - 16

23. AFRET CMS - 17
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q5 revealed]

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WTF???
Is this opposite day? FIVE singletons when I had to choose two obvious ones because I knew no other choices? (One song, one character)
A string of wrong answers awaits :lol: . I will soon join my usual cellar mates. Catch you later, AFRET
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q5 revealed]

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Oop. I misread Q3. I thought it had to be both. I wondered why most of the questions had lots of possible answers and that one only had a few.

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q2 revealed]

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clt013 wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 3:38 pm
Name a post-May 23 date which falls on a Saturday in 2020.

WRONG ANSWER = 6
AFRET CMS (June 28)
Hey, I counted VERY carefully. What? May has 31? When did THAT happen?
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Wed May 20, 2020 11:14 am
WTF???
Is this opposite day? FIVE singletons when I had to choose two obvious ones because I knew no other choices? (One song, one character)
A string of wrong answers awaits :lol: . I will soon join my usual cellar mates. Catch you later, AFRET
Better hurry -- I'm not waiting around. I'm guessing there are still several sheep and/or wrong answers awaiting further reveal.
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q6-Q7 revealed]

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6. 17 - Seventeen is a popular magazine. Unscramble one of these other magazine titles.

maniacre nearfilm [American Rifleman]
terbet emohs nad nerdgas [Better Homes and Gardens]
palominocost [Cosmopolitan]
milfay cleric [Family Circle]
oarglum [Glamour]
odog geepoisehunk [Good Housekeeping]
hatarm atwrest gvilni [Martha Stewart Living]
atanlion cigarpegho [National Geographic]
ranstep [Parents]
eelpop [People]
erredas idgets [Reader's Digest]
brokedo [Redbook]
heaps [Shape]
hornetus vingil [Southern Living]
rstops laudslitter [Sports Illustrated]
state fo mohe [Taste of Home]
emit [Time]

The field favors "Family" and "Home"…

Family Circle [SHEEP] - 4
Rackme32
jfmk
AFRET CMS
clprez

Taste of Home - 3
Gamawire
econgator
classicroadster

Parents - 2
Peachbox
Floridagator

Shape - 2
heppm01
True North

Sports Illustrated - 2
NYCScribbler
RougeGod

Time - 2
MarkBarrett
casketromance

SINGLETONS - 1

American Rifleman
BrigadierSolo13

Better Homes and Gardens
threearruda

Martha Stewart Living
Shaquebanisa

National Geographic
MattKnowles

People
twelvefootboy

Reader's Digest
merica

Redbook
Ironhorse

Southern Living
ParrotRob

NOT USED
Cosmopolitan
Glamour
Good Housekeeping

7. 13 - Considered "unlucky" by many and feared by those with triskaidekaphobia. Name the fear for a person with one of the given phobias.

arachnophobia [Spiders]
botanophobia [Plants]
coulrophobia [Clowns]
equinophobia [Horses]
herpetophobia [Reptiles]
ichthyophobia [Fish]
kinemortophobia [Zombies]
lachanophobia [Vegetables]
nephophobia [Clouds]
ornithophobia [Birds]
sinistrophobia [Left-handedness]
taurophobia [Bulls]
venustraphobia [Beautiful women]

Four flocks of four…

Birds [Co-SHEEP] - 4
casketromance
econgator
twelvefootboy
classicroadster

Fish [Co-SHEEP] - 4
MarkBarrett
jfmk
threearruda
heppm01

Left-handedness [Co-SHEEP] - 4
Rackme32
RougeGod
AFRET CMS
Floridagator

Reptiles (incl. Snakes) [Co-SHEEP] - 4
NYCScribbler
Ironhorse
clprez
True North

Horses - 3
ParrotRob
Peachbox
MattKnowles

SINGLETONS - 1

Bulls
Gamawire

Clowns
Shaquebanisa

Plants
BrigadierSolo13

Spiders
merica

NOT USED
Beautiful women
Clouds
Vegetables
Zombies

STANDINGS AFTER Q7
1. twelvefootboy - 10
2. BrigadierSolo13 - 11
3. merica - 13
3. ParrotRob - 13
5. Gamawire - 14
5. Floridagator - 14
5. True North - 14
8. MarkBarrett - 15
8. heppm01 - 15
10. Ironhorse - 16
10. Peachbox - 16
10. MattKnowles - 16
10. threearruda - 16
10. classicroadster - 16
15. Rackme32 - 17
15. Shaquenbanisa - 17
15. econgator - 17
18. casketromance - 18
18. clprez - 18
20. RougeGod - 19
21. NYCScribbler - 20
22. jfmk - 23

ALL SHEEP LINE - 24

23. AFRET CMS - 25

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q7 revealed]

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3 singletons in a row for me and I'm creepin at your heels now, twelvefootboy :twisted:

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q7 revealed]

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BrigadierSolo13 wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 9:58 am
3 singletons in a row for me and I'm creepin at your heels now, twelvefootboy :twisted:
This game is like NASCAR or the Olympic 3000 meter run - you don't want to be in first on the last turn :). Actually, this game isn't like any damn thing - but beware the hubris :lol:. That said, it's been fun to luck into 6 singletons in a row - it's a nicely designed game to build a photo finish. I do wish I'd gone with my first instinct of coulrophobia as a shoutout to el morbeedo :).

Word up, you need to be looking in the rear view mirror. Floridagator and merica both are dope at playing this game. I'll be back to the all sheep line soon enough, thank you. :roll:

eta - I've possibly got a wrong answer coming up on the numbered TV show and maybe even question 11, which will probably have the ability to flip the whole game upside down with it's limit of 3 answers.
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q3-Q5 revealed]

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clt013 wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 9:43 am
3. 29 - One of the 2-digit Interstates which passes through my home state of Iowa. Name another 2-digit US Interstate which fits one or both of the following criteria: 1) Contains a 2 or 9; 2) Is a prime number greater than 29
Also..... I-19 runs a whole 63 miles south from downtown Tucson to the Mexican border.
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q8-Q10 revealed]

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8. 11 - Millie Bobby Brown plays the character Eleven on Stranger Things. Given the years of its run and two actors (or its host), name one of these TV shows with a number in the title.

Fox (2001-2010) - Kiefer Sutherland, Dennis Haysbert [24]
NBC (1985-1990) - Marla Gibbs, Jackee Harry [227]
CBS (2011-2017) - Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs [2 Broke Girls]
Fox (1987-1991) - Johnny Depp, Holly Robinson [21 Jump Street]
ABC (2012-2013) - Rachael Taylor, Vanessa Williams [666 Park Avenue]
ABC (1958-1964) - Roger Smith, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. [77 Sunset Strip]
NBC (1968-1975) - Martin Milner, Kent McCord [Adam-12]
NBC (1961-1963) - Joe E. Ross, Fred Gwynne [Car 54, Where Are You?]
CBS (1989-1996) - Hosted by William Shatner [Rescue 911]
USA (2004-2007) - Joel Gretsch, Jacqueline McKenzie [The 4400]
Nickelodeon (2005-2008) - Jamie Lynn Spears, Paul Butcher [Zoey 101]

An auto makes a late run to the front…

Car 54, Where Are You? [SHEEP] - 5
Rackme32
clprez
heppm01
Floridagator
True North

24 - 4
ParrotRob
NYCScribbler
Ironhorse
MattKnowles

Zoey 101 - 4
BrigadierSolo13
Shaquebanisa
jfmk
threearruda

227 - 3
merica
Peachbox
classicroadster

77 Sunset Strip - 2
MarkBarrett
casketromance

SINGLETONS - 1

2 Broke Girls
Gamawire

Adam-12
econgator

NOT USED
21 Jump Street
666 Park Avenue
Rescue 911
The 4400

SHEEP = 5
RougeGod

WRONG ANSWERS = 9
AFRET CMS (Route 66)
twelvefootboy (Deep Space Nine)

9. 7 - The soft drink 7 Up was once called the "Uncola" in an advertising campaign. Match the artist with their song title that begins with "Un". [Answer as letter followed by number.]

A. Unbelievable (#1 1991)
B. Un-Break My Heart (#1 1996)
C. Undrunk (#61 2019)
D. Unforgettable (#14 1991)
E. Unpretty (#1 1999)
F. Unwell (#5 2003)
G. Unwritten (#5 2005)

1. EMF
2. Fletcher
3. Matchbox Twenty
4. Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole
5. Natasha Bedingfield
6. TLC
7. Toni Braxton

Toni tops the list…

B7 (Un-break My Heart - Toni Braxton) [SHEEP] - 6
Rackme32
MarkBarrett
casketromance
Gamawire
clprez
Floridagator

D4 (Unforgettable - Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole) - 5
ParrotRob
econgator
AFRET CMS
twelvefootboy
heppm01

A1 (Unbelievable - EMF) - 3
merica
RougeGod
classicroadster

C2 (Undrunk - Fletcher) - 3
BrigadierSolo13
Ironhorse
threearruda

F3 (Unwell - Matchbox Twenty) - 3
NYCScribbler
MattKnowles
True North

E6 (Unpretty - TLC) - 2
Shaquebanisa
Peachbox

G5 (Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield) [SINGLETON!] - 1
jfmk

10. 5 - The restaurant Five Guys Burgers and Fries has many locations across the country. Name one of these people or things that includes "Guy".

Original host of Minute to Win It on NBC and current host of "GGG" on Food Network [Guy Fieri]
Bandleader of the Royal Canadians [Guy Lombardo]
Four-part music video series by the band The Possum Posse with first episode titled "Bears, Indians & Such" [Guy on a Buffalo]
Actress known for roles as Dina in film School Daze and Whitley on TV show A Different World [Jasmine Guy]
Longtime Raider who was the first "pure" punter inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame [Ray Guy]

Punters are popular, too…

Ray Guy [SHEEP] - 8
merica
ParrotRob
BrigadierSolo13
Ironhorse
RougeGod
AFRET CMS
twelvefootboy
classicroadster

Guy Lombardo - 6
Rackme32
threearruda
econgator
clprez
Floridagator
True North

Jasmine Guy - 5
MarkBarrett
casketromance
Shaquebanisa
Peachbox
heppm01

Guy Fieri - 3
NYCScribbler
Gamawire
MattKnowles

NOT USED
Guy on a Buffalo

SHEEP = 8
jfmk

STANDINGS AFTER Q10
1. Gamawire - 24
2. BrigadierSolo13 - 26
2. Peachbox - 26
2. MattKnowles - 26
5. merica - 27
6. MarkBarrett - 28
6. Shaquebanisa - 28
6. True North - 28
9. threearruda - 29
9. econgator - 29
11. ParrotRob - 30
11. NYCScribbler - 30
11. heppm01 - 30
11. classicroadster - 30
15. casketromance - 31
15. Ironhorse - 31
15. Floridagator - 31
18. twelvefootboy - 32
19. Rackme32 - 34
20. RougeGod - 35
20. clprez - 35
22. jfmk - 36

ALL SHEEP LINE - 43

23. AFRET CMS - 47

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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q1-Q10 revealed]

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GDI I was going to go with Cabbage Patch Doll, but if there's a women's basketball answer I have to give it. Shoulda known someone known for topping a statistical chart would be high on a J! crew's list.
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q8-Q10 revealed]

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clt013 wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 7:44 am

STANDINGS AFTER Q10
1. Gamawire - 24
2. BrigadierSolo13 - 26
2. Peachbox - 26
2. MattKnowles - 26
5. merica - 27
6. MarkBarrett - 28
6. Shaquebanisa - 28
6. True North - 28
9. threearruda - 29
9. econgator - 29
11. ParrotRob - 30
11. NYCScribbler - 30
11. heppm01 - 30
11. classicroadster - 30
15. casketromance - 31
15. Ironhorse - 31
15. Floridagator - 31
18. twelvefootboy - 32
19. Rackme32 - 34
20. RougeGod - 35
20. clprez - 35
22. jfmk - 36

ALL SHEEP LINE - 43

23. AFRET CMS - 47
Wait...what just happened here? :o Doubt it will last, but I'll definitely take it this late in the game!
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Re: TD 445 - Prime Time [Q8-Q10 revealed]

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clt013 wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 7:44 am
Given the years of its run and two actors (or its host), name one of these TV shows with a number in the title.

Fox (2001-2010) - Kiefer Sutherland, Dennis Haysbert [24]
NBC (1985-1990) - Marla Gibbs, Jackee Harry [227]
CBS (2011-2017) - Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs [2 Broke Girls]
Fox (1987-1991) - Johnny Depp, Holly Robinson [21 Jump Street]
ABC (2012-2013) - Rachael Taylor, Vanessa Williams [666 Park Avenue]
ABC (1958-1964) - Roger Smith, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. [77 Sunset Strip]
NBC (1968-1975) - Martin Milner, Kent McCord [Adam-12]
NBC (1961-1963) - Joe E. Ross, Fred Gwynne [Car 54, Where Are You?]
CBS (1989-1996) - Hosted by William Shatner [Rescue 911]
USA (2004-2007) - Joel Gretsch, Jacqueline McKenzie [The 4400]
Nickelodeon (2005-2008) - Jamie Lynn Spears, Paul Butcher [Zoey 101]

77 Sunset Strip - 2
MarkBarrett
casketromance

WRONG ANSWERS = 9
AFRET CMS (Route 66)
twelvefootboy (Deep Space Nine)

ALL SHEEP LINE - 43

23. AFRET CMS - 47
AAARGH! Opus made me quit drinking coffee while visiting JBoard because I got tired of cleaning off my screen, but I guess I'll have to start again.

Looked at the list, thought, "Hmmm, Martin Milner and George Maharis in Route 66, Martin Milner and Kent McCord in Adam 12, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. in 77 Sunset Strip...... oh, well, guess I'll go with 77 Sunset Strip. Then I started reminiscing about about 1960s Corvettes and went on autopilot.

Is there a record for exceeding the all-sheep line by the biggest margin? I think I need some tutoring from TPH.
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