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Entertainment Weekly's Great American Pop Quiz

Sharpen your pencils, class. It's pop quiz time! Entertainment Weekly presents the second annual edition of the Great American Pop Quiz. Whether you're a student or a scholar in the world of pop culture, Entertainment Weekly puts your knowledge to the test with 100 questions that reveal how adept you are at showbiz trivia.

This year the quiz focuses on the 1990s, the decade that spawned a dizzying diversity of entertainment from Seinfeld, to Pretty Woman, the Spice Girls and the Backstreet Boys. EW's pop-quiz issue hits newsstands April 2, 2004.

1. In what country were the Backstreet Boys first stars?





2. The first rule of "Fight Club" is, "You don't talk about Fight Club." How many rules of Fight Club are there?





3. What was Garth Brooks' job before he became a country music superstar?


Gym coach

Boot-store manager

Wrestling referee

4. Which of the following was not a regular skit on "In Living Color?"

Homey the Clown

Fire Marshall Bill

The Dark Side with Nat X

The Dirty Dozens

5. What's the name of Morpheus' ship in "The Matrix?"





6. According to George on "Seinfeld," what is Vandelay Industries?

Architectural firm

Manufacturer of latex products

Bra company

Import/export company

7. In "Goodfellas," on what airline do the wiseguys make their big hit?

Pan Am

El Al


Aer Lingus

8. What's Meg Ryan's favorite book in "You've Got Mail?"

Pride and Prejudice

Sense and Sensibility

Madam Bovary

Wuthering Heights

9. What major-league ball club did Hammer work for?

New York Yankees

Oakland A's

Chicago White Sox

Atlanta Braves

10. In "My Best Friend's Wedding," to which two desserts does Julia Roberts compare herself and Cameron Diaz?

Hot fudge sundae and sorbet

Creme brulee and jello

Carrot cake and pineapple upside down cake

Ile flotante and poires helene

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