The Great American Pop Culture Quiz

The Great American Pop Culture Quiz : 2005 Day-To-Day Calendar

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Can you name Crockett's alligator on Miami Vice' Do you know where Duran Duran got its name' What do Suge Knight and John Wayne have in common' It was these questions (and ninety-seven others) that caused the April 11, 2003, issue of Entertainment Weekly to fly off the shelves as never before. That was when the Great American Pop Culture Quiz was born. Entertainment Weekly, recognized as the source of pop culture information with a circulation of 1,650,000 and a total readership of 10 million, received hundreds of letters from loyal readers who were obsessed with the quiz. It was featured for a week on the Today Show, lives on as a daily feature on Access Hollywood, and will headline an annual issue of the magazine. Each page of the Great American Pop Culture Quiz 2005 Calendar features an all-new, head-scratching question from the writers at Entertainment Weekly on such topics as television, movies, and music. With the answer revealed on the back of each page, readers can create office fun or a friendly competition at home. By the way, the alligator's name was Elvis, Duran Duran was a character in the sci-fi film Barbarella, and Suge Knight and John Wayne both have the first name of Marion.show more

Product details

  • Calendar | 365 pages
  • 137.2 x 139.7 x 45.7mm | 317.52g
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • 0740745107
  • 9780740745102