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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Time and what waits for no man? Tell it to the judge. Bluto (John Belushi) was urinating on a sidewalk outside of Delta house when his character was introduced. Why Pinto (Tom Hulce) kept walking when Flounder (Stephen Furst) stopped to zip up his fly in the
film's opening sequence had nothing to do with a cop.

2. Flounder wasn't exactly Omega material, and he knew that, but he thought he was a shoe-in to get into the fraternity because …

3. If you were a fly on the wall at the Omega membership party, you would have heard Greg (James Daughton) explain the advantages that his fraternity offered, but his choice of words left something to be desired. Which one of his sentences should have been rephrased?

4. "No, after I graduate I'm gonna get drunk every night." That was Boon's (Peter Riegert) reply to Katy (Karen Allen) when he was asked if he planned to get drunk every weekend for the rest of his life. What question did Bluto answer with a belch and a question of his own?

5. Kids, always remember to look both ways when crossing a street. Behind, under and any other way you can think of, as well, if you're sharing some intimate detail about yourself. Mandy (Mary Louise Weller) told Barbara Sue Jansen (Martha Smith) something personal about either herself or her boyfriend, Greg, while Bluto
National Lampoon's Animal House
(1) He didn't see him stop. (2) His brother was a Delta. (3) "You'll find that Omega House has more activities than most of the other fraternities on campus." (4) Larry wanted to know why he was given the name "Pinto." The question that Bluto asked Larry was, "Why not?" (5) C
(6) A zit (7) She was looking up at the stars. (8) He was juggling some tennis rackets.

(9) He told the court that they couldn't hold the whole fraternity responsible for the behavior of a few perverted individuals. For "if you do," he said, "shouldn't we blame the whole fraternity system? And if the whole fraternity system is guilty, then isn't it an indictment of our educational institutions in general, and an indictment of our entire American society?" Let's see the makers of Trivial Pursuit fit that answer on the back of one of their cards!
(10) 3 + 20 + 1962 - 1904 = 81


National Lampoon's The Naked Mile
The object was to hit as many balls as one could.
John Landis, 1978
Full quiz available in volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
National Lampoon's The Naked Mile
Joe Nussbaum, 2006
Want to participate in a hard-on competition? The one that was held in The Naked Mile (so to speak) included three events - who could hold a bucket filled with beer up the longest, who could catch the most rings and a game that was played with ping pong balls. Was the object of that game to hit them as far as one could, simply to hit as many as one could or to knock the balls into cups?
was hiding under the bleachers. Was it …

A. Greg liked to wear her panties.
B. She was thinking about not wearing any panties under her cheerleader uniform to get Greg's attention at the school's homecoming game.
C. Greg wouldn't sleep with her because he didn't believe in premarital sex.
D. She was thinking about sleeping with the most repulsive guy on campus to get back at Greg for something he did.


6. Its all fun and games until someone gets hit with a mouthful of mashed potatoes. That happened when Bluto did his impersonation of a what?

7. When Bluto used a ladder to spy on Mandy and some of the girls in her sorority, it reminded us of a scene from The Honeymooners - Ralph standing with Ed on the fire escape outside a curtain-less window. Ray Charles would have seen them! At least here, some explanation was given as to why Mandy didn't see Bluto when she walked over to the window. What was it?

8. No more questions until you say it. Come on. Thank you, sir. May I have another question? Yes, you may. That wasn't so hard, was it? How was Hoover (James Widdoes) amusing some of the guests when Flounder
arrived at the toga party?

9. Two dozen acts of perversion during their Roman toga party, serving alcohol to freshmen during pledge week (and after established drinking hours), routinely providing dangerous narcotic diet pills to its members during mid-term exam week, and a deficient aggregate grade-point average for five consecutive semesters. Need we say more? Someone better. What did Otter (Tim Matheson) say in Delta House's defense?

10. You didn't think you'd get through this quiz without a math question, did you? What number would you come up with if you added…


- The number of times that Bluto shouted "Holy shit!" after Neidermeyer's (Mark Metcalf) horse dropped dead of a heart attack.
- The number of push-ups that Neidermeyer wanted Flounder to do over a pile of horse manure.
- The year in which the story took place and then subtracted by the year the college was founded.