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category episode uid air_date text dollar_value answer
"M" TV 6367 6367"M" TV$2000 1335830400.0 On a trig table, one of the 2 basic functions that equals zero for a right angle $2000 cosine (or cotangent)
WORD ORIGINS 6367 6367WORD ORIGINS$2000 1335830400.0 Falling,morning,death $2000 star
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES 6367 6367HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES$2000 1335830400.0 This relative & guardian of Tom Sawyer was based on the author's mother $2000 Aunt Polly
WEBSITES 6367 6367WEBSITES$2000 1335830400.0 It's the deepest gorge in North America, reaching a maximum depth of 7,900 feet in Idaho $2000 Hell\'s Canyon
EXTREME WEATHER 6367 6367EXTREME WEATHER$2000 1335830400.0 A 1532 book by him says, "A prince should...have no other aim or thought...but war & its organization and discipline" $2000 Machiavelli
AUTHORS' MIDDLE NAMES 6367 6367AUTHORS' MIDDLE NAMES$2000 1335830400.0 This producer, winner of the first 8 awarded to the best short subject cartoon; he knew a little about animation $2000 Walt Disney
CHINESE GEOGRAPHY 6365 6365CHINESE GEOGRAPHY$200 1335484800.0 China's easternmost & northernmost points lie on Heilongjiang province's border with this nation $200 Russia
HOW SOON WE FORGET! 6365 6365HOW SOON WE FORGET!$200 1335484800.0 The Speaker of the House before John Boehner $200 Nancy Pelosi
ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS 6365 6365ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS$200 1335484800.0 Oh yeaaaaah! This brand with a wall-busting spokes-pitcher was originally known as Fruit Smack $200 Kool-Aid
PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR 6365 6365PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR$200 1335484800.0 1863 $200 Lincoln
POTPOURRI 6365 6365POTPOURRI$200 1335484800.0 This synonym for "newspaper" is in the names of newspapers like Albuquerque's &, of course, Wall Street's $200 journal
AT THE "DELI" 6365 6365AT THE "DELI"$200 1335484800.0 One who offends the law, maybe a juvenile $200 a delinquent
CHINESE GEOGRAPHY 6365 6365CHINESE GEOGRAPHY$400 1335484800.0 From the Plateau of Tibet,thisriver serves as the border between many provinces & regions $400 Yangtze River
HOW SOON WE FORGET! 6365 6365HOW SOON WE FORGET!$400 1335484800.0 The latest star crowned on "Dancing with the Stars" in November 2011 $400 (J. R.) Martinez
ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS 6365 6365ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS$400 1335484800.0 This food icon, a tiny doll of white clay, cost $16,000 in 1965-- heehee! Good decision! $400 the Pillsbury Dough Boy
PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR 6365 6365PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR$400 1335484800.0 1868 $400 Andrew Johnson
POTPOURRI 6365 6365POTPOURRI$400 1335484800.0 A coonskin cap is also called this, after a frontiersman who served in Congress $400 Davy Crockett
AT THE "DELI" 6365 6365AT THE "DELI"$400 1335484800.0 A word for a choice or dainty morsel of food $400 a delicacy
CHINESE GEOGRAPHY 6365 6365CHINESE GEOGRAPHY$600 1335484800.0 There are over 2 million people in the mineral processing center of Baotou, on this desert's southern edge $600 the Gobi
HOW SOON WE FORGET! 6365 6365HOW SOON WE FORGET!$600 1335484800.0 The reigning World Series MVP, & we'll spot you "David" $600 David Freese
ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS 6365 6365ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS$600 1335484800.0 In 1898 artist Marius Rossillon created the tire man for this company $600 Michelin
PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR 6365 6365PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR$600 1335484800.0 1946 $600 Harry Truman
POTPOURRI 6365 6365POTPOURRI$600 1335484800.0 This champagne is named for a monk who worked in the cellars of the Benedictine Hautvillers abbey $600 Dom Perignon
AT THE "DELI" 6365 6365AT THE "DELI"$600 1335484800.0 It was probably your first room, but you got kicked out of it quickly $600 the delivery room
HOW SOON WE FORGET! 6365 6365HOW SOON WE FORGET!$800 1335484800.0 The native country of the poet who won the 2011 Nobel Prize for Literature $800 Sweden
ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS 6365 6365ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS$800 1335484800.0 In the mid-1950s the rollout of this cigarette company's cowboy boosted sales by 3,241% in 1 year $800 Marlboro
PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR 6365 6365PRESIDENT OF THE YEARDD: $1,000 1335484800.0 1798 DD: $1,000 John Adams
POTPOURRI 6365 6365POTPOURRI$800 1335484800.0 Both a religious & social event, a quinceaƄera celebrates a girl's passage to adulthood at this age $800 15
AT THE "DELI" 6365 6365AT THE "DELI"$800 1335484800.0 It's what a jury does to arrive at a verdict $800 deliberate
HOW SOON WE FORGET! 6365 6365HOW SOON WE FORGET!$1000 1335484800.0 The 2011 Emmy winner for outstanding comedy series $1000 Modern Family
ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS 6365 6365ADVERTISING MASCOTS & ICONS$1000 1335484800.0 Comedian Pete Holmes provides the voice of a stock-trading baby in ads for this company $1000 E-Trade
PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR 6365 6365PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR$1000 1335484800.0 1930 $1000 Hoover
POTPOURRI 6365 6365POTPOURRI$1000 1335484800.0 This King of the Belgians was born on April 8, 1875 in Brussels, presumably not in a can $1000 Albert
AT THE "DELI" 6365 6365AT THE "DELI"$1000 1335484800.0 A state of mental confusion $1000 delirium
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS$200 1335398400.0 This soft drink company with over 3,500 beverages in its portfolio tops the world in brand value, as it has for the past 11 years $200 Coca-Cola
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$200 1335398400.0 Nathan Hale $200 hanging
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$200 1335398400.0 A small part of Indiana touches the southern end of this lake $200 Lake Michigan
MEN 6364 6364MEN$200 1335398400.0 The drilling of the Big Bend tunnel through the Alleghenies in the 1870s may have led to the tale of this folk hero $200 John Henry
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$200 1335398400.0 The modern marathon race was first held at the revival of the Olympic games in 1896 in this city $200 Athens
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$200 1335398400.0 Where an Apple computer keyboard has "Delete", a P.C. has this $200 Backspace
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS$600 1335398400.0 Interbrand calls shopping online through this retailer "one of the web's defining experiences" $600 Amazon
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$600 1335398400.0 Maximilien Robsepierre $600 by guillotine
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$600 1335398400.0 Number of Great Lakes that are partly in Canada $600 four
MEN 6364 6364MEN$600 1335398400.0 "The Real America" is one of several books bythiscommentator, who's been seen on TV & heard on radio $600 Glenn Beck
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$600 1335398400.0 To the nearest minute, what you'll have to average per mile to run a 2:10 marathon like the champs $600 5 minutes
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$600 1335398400.0 The 1970s were wide open with this model seenhere $600 a Pacer
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$800 1335398400.0 The last American man to win the Olympic marathon was Frank Shorter in 1972 in this city $800 Munich
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDSDD: $1,600 1335398400.0 The only Finnish company on the list, it has 27% of the global cellphone market, the most of any company DD: $1,600 Nokia
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$1000 1335398400.0 Tennessee Williams $1000 by choking on a pill-bottle cap
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$1000 1335398400.0 This second-largest of the Great Lakes by surface area was named for the Indians who lived on its shores $1000 Lake Huron
MEN 6364 6364MEN$1000 1335398400.0 In his adventures, Reinhold Messner, best known for doing this without oxygen, has lost several toes & his brother Gunther $1000 scale Mount Everest
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$1000 1335398400.0 In Beijing in 2008, Sammy Wanjiru of this nation broke the Olympic record by almost 3 minutes $1000 Kenya
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$1000 1335398400.0 French truckers sometimes stage Operation Escargot; translate & you know traffic slows to this $1000 a snail\'s pace
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS$400 1335398400.0 The airborne fungus Phytophthora infestans caused this crop to fail in 1845 $400 the potato
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$400 1335398400.0 Add a letter to "smile" & you get this figure of speech $400 a simile
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$400 1335398400.0 Talking to this villain, Smee says, "I have often noticed your strange dread of crocodiles" $400 Captain Hook
MEN 6364 6364MEN$400 1335398400.0 Gorki Park, The Revolution Museum $400 Moscow
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$400 1335398400.0 To make change, the coin called a "piece of" this was cut into smaller pieces; "two bits" was a quarter of one $400 eight
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$400 1335398400.0 The seductive Mrs. Robinson in the movie "The Graduate" $400 (Anne) Bancroft
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS$800 1335398400.0 A short-lived rebellion for independence began in Dublin on Monday, April 24, 1916, the day after this holiday $800 Easter
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$800 1335398400.0 From the Latin for "true", it means to test the truth by comparison or investigation $800 verify
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$800 1335398400.0 The sinister Mrs. Danvers torments the second Mrs. de Winter in this 1938 novel $800 Rebecca
MEN 6364 6364MEN$800 1335398400.0 Alameda Park along Avenida Juarez $800 Mexico City
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHONDD: $2,200 1335398400.0 Corinth minted its own coins called pegasi that featured this type of animal in flight DD: $2,200 a horse
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$800 1335398400.0 Mrs. Smith in 2005's "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" $800 Angelina Jolie
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS$1200 1335398400.0 Taken as a slave to Ireland in the early 400s, he escaped to France, where he studied for the priesthood before returning $1200 St. Patrick
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$1200 1335398400.0 A hot dog $1200 a frankfurter
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$1200 1335398400.0 Pretending to be an ally of Winston Smith in this novel, O'Brien is a party leader who's been watching Winston for years $1200 1984
MEN 6364 6364MEN$1200 1335398400.0 The column of King Sigismund (built in 1644), the heart of Chopin (built in 1810) $1200 Warsaw
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$1200 1335398400.0 The name of this unit of weight used in monetary transactions also means "natural ability" $1200 talent
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$1200 1335398400.0 Dorothy Parker in "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle" $1200 Jennifer Jason Leigh
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS$1600 1335398400.0 In 1446 Dermot McCarthy built this castle & installed a stone taken from an earlier version of the castle $1600 Blarney
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$1600 1335398400.0 The British borrowed this word for a table napkin from the French $1600 a serviette
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$1600 1335398400.0 In "The Old Curiosity Shop", Little Nell's grandfather gambles away the shop to this evil dwarf $1600 Quilp
MEN 6364 6364MEN$1600 1335398400.0 The Reza Abbasi Museum $1600 Teheran
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$1600 1335398400.0 This colorful currency printed during the Civil War lent its name to a political party of the 1870s & '80s $1600 the Greenback Party
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$1600 1335398400.0 Mrs. Bradley of Britain's "The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries" & Mrs. Peel of "The Avengers" $1600 Diana Rigg
INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS 6364 6364INTERBRAND TOP 100 GLOBAL BRANDS$2000 1335398400.0 Ireland's four historic regions are Munster, Leinster, Connacht, & this one, most of which became Northern Ireland $2000 Ulster
HOW'D THEY DIE? 6364 6364HOW'D THEY DIE?$2000 1335398400.0 A narrow passageway; a restricted airspace for the passage of aircraft $2000 corridor
THE GREAT LAKES 6364 6364THE GREAT LAKES$2000 1335398400.0 This unscrupulous villain of "King Lear" betrays his father to Regan & her husband, the Duke of Cornwall $2000 Edmund
MEN 6364 6364MENDD: $2,000 1335398400.0 The Tower of Belem, built in the 1500s to honor Vasco da Gama DD: $2,000 Lisbon
RUNNING A MARATHON 6364 6364RUNNING A MARATHON$2000 1335398400.0 One of the world's earliest coins, it has a name from the Greek for "to grasp" $2000 a drachma
"PACE" YOURSELF 6364 6364"PACE" YOURSELF$2000 1335398400.0 Mrs. King, who starred opposite Bruce Boxleitner's scarecrow $2000 Kate Jackson
CITY SEALS (& SEA LIONS) 6363 6363CITY SEALS (& SEA LIONS)$200 1335312000.0 Pacific Point Preserve at Sea World in this Florida city is a great place to meet California sea lions $200 Orlando
COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG 6363 6363COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG$200 1335312000.0 A mugger might say, hand over your "sausage & mash", this $200 cash
ORGANIZATIONS 6363 6363ORGANIZATIONS$200 1335312000.0 In 2010 the organization formerly known by these 4 letters simply became The Y $200 the YMCA
JOHN GRISHAM TITLES 6363 6363JOHN GRISHAM TITLES$200 1335312000.0 Troy Phelan's last will & this causes some upheaval:"The ____" $200 Testament
"BEAN" THERE 6363 6363"BEAN" THERE$200 1335312000.0 Tutti-fruitti & bubble gum are flavors of these candies $200 jelly beans
DUNN THAT 6363 6363DUNN THAT$200 1335312000.0 In her years on this TV show, Nora Dunn impersonated Imelda Marcos, Liza Minnelli & Barbara Bush $200 Saturday Night Live
CITY SEALS (& SEA LIONS) 6363 6363CITY SEALS (& SEA LIONS)$600 1335312000.0 In the suburbs of Tokyo, Leo the sea lion is good atthisart form; he's writing theword"rabbit" $600 calligraphy
COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG 6363 6363COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG$600 1335312000.0 A "tea leaf" is one of these & might wind up in a "flowery dell", a prison cell $600 a thief
ORGANIZATIONS 6363 6363ORGANIZATIONS$600 1335312000.0 If your kids are into sports, you probably know that AYSO is the American Youth this Organization $600 Soccer
JOHN GRISHAM TITLES 6363 6363JOHN GRISHAM TITLES$600 1335312000.0 An 11-year-old witnesses a suicide, needs a lawyer & becomes the book's title:"The ____" $600 Client
"BEAN" THERE 6363 6363"BEAN" THERE$600 1335312000.0 Residents' fondness for a baked molasses version earned a U.S. state capital this nickname $600 Beantown
DUNN THAT 6363 6363DUNN THAT$600 1335312000.0 Ironically, Adam Dunn, who mainly played this position for the White Sox, finished 2011 with a .159 average $600 designated hitter
CITY SEALS (& SEA LIONS) 6363 6363CITY SEALS (& SEA LIONS)$1000 1335312000.0 A life-sized statue of Andre the cinematic harbor seal stands in Rockport in this state $1000 Maine
COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG 6363 6363COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG$1000 1335312000.0 Almost like Cockney rhyming slang itself, something communicated "a la mode" is done in this $1000 code
ORGANIZATIONS 6363 6363ORGANIZATIONSDD: $1,000 1335312000.0 This international society for smarties was founded in Oxford, England in 1946 DD: $1,000 Mensa
JOHN GRISHAM TITLES 6363 6363JOHN GRISHAM TITLES$1000 1335312000.0 A court reexamines a chemical company-caused cancer cluster:"The ____" $1000 Appeal
"BEAN" THERE 6363 6363"BEAN" THERE$1000 1335312000.0 Also an accomplished artist, he was the fourth astronaut on the Moon $1000 Alan Bean
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